Eight reasons to sign up for NBA League Pass
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In NBA.com's GM Survey, the league's general managers gave their opinions on a number of topics, including the team that's most fun to watch and the most athletic player in the league.

While many of these players and their squads will be shown numerous times on national and local broadcasts, there's only one way to guarantee that you'll be able to catch them night in and night out, and that's by signing up for NBA League Pass. Here's a breakdown of the teams and player that the league's brain trust is most excited to see in '04-05.

Which team is the most fun to watch?

Team No. 1: Denver Nuggets (23.8%)
They already had players like Carmelo Anthony, Earl Boykins, Andre Miller and Nene. Now that they've added the high-flying Kenyon Martin to the mix, the Nuggets should soar all season long in the Mile High City.
Which player is the most athletic?

Player No. 1: LeBron James (33.3%)
From alley oops off the backboard to organizing a dunk-fest at the last Rookie Challenge, King James can fly with the best of 'em. And the scariest thing is he says his springs have more hop than ever before. Look out below.
Team No. 2: Memphis Grizzlies (19.0%)
Ballin' blondie Jason Williams leads Memphis' multi-pronged attack, which can go in (Pau Gasol), out (Mike Miller) and everywhere in-between (James Posey, Bonzi Wells).
Player No. 2: Kobe Bryant (19.0%)
Knowing that he had to carry the Lakers on his shoulders this season, Kobe beefed up over the summer, meaning he'll be well prepared to dazzle over the 82-game grind.
Team No. 3: Dallas Mavericks (14.3%)
No Nash? No Walker or Jamison? No fear -- enter Jason Terry, Jerry Stackhouse, Erick Dampier and rookie Devin Harris. The general consensus seems to be that this is still a team that can fill it up with the best of 'em.
Player No. 3: Vince Carter (9.5%)
Every year, Air Canada provides some of the most memorable dunks and drives caught on tape. The new season should be no different as Carter will try to drop more jaws than ever before as part of a rejuvenated Raptors squad.
Team No. 4: Phoenix Suns (14.3%)
With Shawn Marion, Amare Stoudemire and Joe Johnson in the mix, Phoenix was already a fun team to watch. Now that they've added Steve Nash and Quentin Richardson the Arizona desert could be hotter than ever in '04-05.
Player No. 4: Kenyon Martin (9.5%)
K-Mart's a devastating defender in the low post, and no four in the league gets out on the break better. Don't expect this to change with his move to Denver, as Martin should fit right in with 'Melo, Miller and company.

(Photo credits: Kenyon Martin by Gary Dineen/NBAE/Getty Images; Jason Williams by Joe Murphy/NBAE/Getty Images; LeBron James by Garrett Ellwood/NBAE/Getty Images; Steve Nash by Barry Gossage/NBAE/Getty Images; Jason Terry by Fernando Medina/NBAE/Getty Images; Kobe Bryant by Noah Graham/NBAE/Getty Images; Carmelo Anthony by Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE/Getty Images; Vince Carter by Dave Sandford/NBAE/Getty Images)