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  • #19191
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    shannon92
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    East

    1 – Miami
    2 – Orlando
    3 – Bulls
    4 – Boston
    5 – Atlanta
    6 – Bucks
    7 – Bobcats
    8 – 76ers

    9 – Knicks
    10 -Pacers

    West
    1 – Lakers
    2 – Dallas
    3 – Nuggets
    4 – Okc
    5 – Portland
    6 – Spurs
    7 – Utah
    8 – Rockets

    9 – Memphis
    10 -Kings

    thoughts?

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  • #353906
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    Mr.Knick 32
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    East

    Charlotte is not better then NY. Atlanta is not better then Milwaukee

    West

    Portland should be higher.

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  • #353910
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    Chrischi
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    I don’t think Boston will be in the Top 4. They will have injury trouble and let people rest to concentrate fully on the playoffs. I see the Hawks over the Bucks though. The Knicks and Sixers over the Bobcats and the Pistons over the Pacers.

    Portland has a good chance to be higher, if they stay healthy, which is questionable as always. Same for the Rockets, if they’re healthy they will have 50+ wins.

    And the Kings won’t be 10th. They have a good young team, but the Clippers and the Hornets have better teams right now. Especially the Clippers.

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  • #353917
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    Tyrober
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    The knicks are going to make the playoffs. That is going to be a great regular season team that doesnt do much in the post season.

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  • #354014
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    Chrischi
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    Hard to to something in the post season if you’re facing the Heat or the Magic.

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  • #354112
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    burningflood
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    I don’t think the Warriors will finish behind Memphis and Sacramento this year. Maybe I’m just a homer, but I think the addition of David Lee and the return of Andris Biedrins to form is going to push the Warriors forward. The Dubs consistently have had a problem rebounding, allowing second chance points; Lee and Biedrins together are a great front line from a rebounding standpoint. Curry is still developing. Monta will be back, and yes, he probably won’t be a lockdown defender ala Shane Battier, but if he tries, he can play decently on that end as well. We saw them last year with injury after injury, three D-league call ups, and they consistently dressed the league minimum (and had a six man rotation). That obviously won’t cut it, but if the Warriors can stay healthy this year? They can be good.

    I don’t know anything about Dorrell Wright, but can he play? He’s supposed to bring it on defense, which is something the Warriors need.

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