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Lets look at ESPNs Basketball Power Index?for what to expect this season on some key questions. BPI is a statistical projection system that ESPNs sports analytics team uses to simulate the entire NBA season 10,000 times every day. The BPI simulations provide a window into what to expect as the 2016-17 season unfolds.No surprise that the preseason BPI put the Warriors at the top of the league, or that the most likely NBA Finals matchup is a third consecutive Warriors vs. Cavaliers series (29 percent). Looking more closely at the data, however, allows us to offer some perspective on some of the more interesting questions this offseason has posed:Can the Warriors match their 73-win performance? Not likely. Despite replacing Harrison Barnes with Kevin Durant for Death Lineup 2.0, BPI is projecting the Warriors to win 62 games and gives them less than a one percent chance to win 73 or more games.In no way does this diminish how good the Warriors are going to be, but rather puts last years incredible regular season into perspective. They were a great team, but to get to 70-plus wins, some luck was involved (especially in terms of close games, injuries and scheduling), and there is no reason that everything that went right for the Warriors last season will go their way again this season.Will the experiment in Chicago work? Maybe. The Bulls have assembled a roster that has most people wondering how Rajon Rondo, Dwyane Wade, and Jimmy Butler will play together and if Paul Zipser can have the breakout season that no one is expecting.BPI ranks the Bulls 20th overall and projects them to be below average on both ends of the court. But Chicagos schedule is the eighth-easiest in the league. BPPI gives the mysterious Bulls a 42 percent chance of making the playoffs and projects them to win 39 games.ddddddddddddhat should we expect from the Durant-less Thunder? Another playoff appearance. BPI puts the angriest team in the league squarely in the playoffs (81 percent chance) and ranks them eighth overall.They will likely be carried by a 2000-01 Allen Iverson-type performance from Russell Westbrook. Look for Westbrook to challenge usage-rate records while leading what BPI projects to be the third-best offense in the league.Despite having a defense that is projected to be below average, the Thunder still have a 7 percent chance of returning to the conference finals. That may not seem high, but considering that two of their three best players were replaced by Victor Oladipo and Ersan Ilyasova, it would be truly remarkable for OKC to be one of the last four teams standing.Can anyone win the Finals besides the Cavaliers and Warriors? Yes. Collectively, the Warriors and the Cavaliers have a 68 percent chance of being crowned champion at the end of the season. That is the same odds that Hassan Whiteside has of making a free throw -- so it is possible someone else can pull it off.Behind the top two, the leading contenders according to BPI are the Spurs (13 percent), the Celtics (6 percent) and the Clippers (5 percent).BPI gives us a peak through all of the noise of the offseason to get a sense of what we may be about to witness as the 2016-17 season unfolds. Cant wait to see what actually happens.For more analytics content, head to ESPN.com/analytics. ' ' '