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The Phoenix Suns are the NBA’s youngest team entering the 2017-18 season, while the Cleveland Cavaliers are the oldest, according to a list compiled by HoopsRumors.
With an opening night roster that had an average age of 24.173, the Suns just edged the Philadelphia 76ers (24.232) and Chicago Bulls (24.293), respectively, as the league’s youngest.
The Cavs’ opening roster of 30.004, making them the only team in the league wit4h an average age of at least 30.
“For comparison’s sake, while the Cavs’ average age exceeds 30 years, the division-rival Bulls don’t have a single player in his 30s,” Luke Adams of HoopsRumors wrote.
The San Antonio Spurs (28.298) and Golden State Warriors (28.262), respectively, round out the top three oldest teams.