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I will start with East
1. Miami, I am curious to see if Ray Allen's ankle holds up
2. Brooklyn, They have Blatche!
3. Boston, Like additions of Jason Terry, Sullinger, Kris Joseph is a sleeper, Courtney Lee and Jeff Green is back
5. Chicago ( If Rose was healthy #2 )
6. Knicks, could be trouble with Soudamire and Chandler injuries.
7. 76ers, If Bynum injured they are cooked.
8. Wizards, if Nene and Wall are healthy, but not happening, I think Booker has major foot issue.
Hawks, have no size
Terrence Jones if he stays focued
Curious to see Terrence Ross
2nd round sleepers
Darius Miller. KY
Kim English, Missouri
Doron Lamb, Kentucky
t. taylor Kansas
Kris Joseph, Syracuse
Quincy Acy, Baylor
Mike Scott, UVA had very good pre season, but I am not sure.
1. Lakers, NBA Champs
3. LA Clippers
5. Memphis, Rudy Gay does not bring it all the time,
7. Golden State, when will Bogut play and wil Curry be healthy?
8. Utah, Enes Kanter could emerge as a key player
8b. Dallas, our pal Delonte West waived for conduct detrimental to team.
8c. Minnesota could make playoffs
8d. Sacremeto has some talent, but I do not T. Evans jacking up jump shots.
8e. Hornets, if Eric Gordon gets healthy could make playoffs. Vasquez shimmy team.
Let's Go C's!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
best nba preview ever
I love JLK33's stream of consciousness posting style
remember I am nuts and that is my style, I am not conscious all the time and I have out body experiences like now.
Did you know Big Foot was sighted in VA, I was the sightee.
The King will take the next step establishing himself as the GOAT with another title and one of the greatest seasons of all time. Something like 28/10/9
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Lakers/Heat final would be a lot of fun. anyone have any nba podcast suggestions?
amare out 6-8 weeks it seems
Lakers over Heat. Agree with JLK.
Those stats aren't right, but this post is essentially correct. Miami will definitely win the title. And that will be being to cement LBJ's legacy right there with MJ. LeBron will have a great season. Not near triple double. But great. His post season will be amazing. Lakers will be great, but they won't be able to stop him. 4-2 Miami
Should be on the all rookies list. He's very good. Him and wall will be very fun, but the team in general is a POS so two good guards won't save that. i do like beal though
I had Beal on all rookie list, but he is on bottom after 2nd rounders. and I misplaced his name. In fact I have him in top 5, possible runer up to Anthony Davis. I am curious to see what MKG does.
The Wizards would be good if Nene and Wall play 82 games. However, I think Nene career in serious jeporday due to chronic foot problems. I have same concerns for Booker. Wall's legs and knees look very abnormal and I am scared he will be injury prone.
Seraphin could become very good, I like Crawford as 6th man. Webster and Price appear to be good pickups. Without Wall and Nene you can put a giant fork in Wizards.
I think most improved team could be Golden State, but injuries a concern with Bogut and Curry.
Due to injuries I think 76ers and Knicks ( Chandler, Stoudamire and old age) may not make playoffs.
I really like Nets and Celtics in East and have them almost even.
Boston at Miami is great game tomorrow on TNT, Lakers versus Mavericks sucks because Dirk is out after knee surgery,
Wizards at Cleveland on Comacast.
I have no interest in the NBA until D. Rose returns.
Nothing positive can come out of this season if Andray Blatche or Javale McGee or Nick Young do anything to demonstrate any level of consistent productivity or maturity.
In the East, I'd put the Celtics #2, Knicks #3, Pacers #4 and the Nets #5.
I think the Heat beat OKC in the finals again.
If you're broadcasting a game, tell it the way it really is, but keep your opinions to yourself...!
Chuck has already flipped off Shaq.
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If you're a LAL fan....good luck thinking this guy is going to lead you to a title.
Who needs to raise a green flag when they can just raise a right fist?
Only Mike Brown would take the ball out of Steve Nash's hands and have him playing off the ball like that.
I think the Lakers are too old and I see Kobe and Howard having issues sooner than later. Especially if that chump keeps bricking free throws.
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Wizards are not a #8 seed. Bucks are a better team, even Orlando and Detroit look better. No mention of Cleveland? they're probably a 6 seed this year. Wizards are in for a long year.
Bitter Rondo and KG makes me so happy.
LOL at that being enough to cement his legacy right there with MJ.
The Lakers will get better as the season goes along. But as a long-time Laker fan I have to say this team is seriously overrated... the lack of speed and Princeton offense not being a good fit for this group concerns me in particular. Kobe and MWP are overrated defenders at this point in their careers. Dwight Howard is nowhere near 100% judging from the game last night. Not sure what some Laker fans are thinking saying this is a 60+ win team for sure... hope I'm wrong but don't see this team competing with Miami or OKC for a championship.
Dwight Howard might anger me more than any player in the history of the league.
"And I try to har-mo-nize with songs the lonesome sparrow sings...
There are no kings inside the Gates of Eden."
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