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Old 04-26-2012, 05:19 PM
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Originally Posted by rigas View Post
spurs need to beat the biggest tankers in the league right now the warriors for a 3rd double digit win streak. they beat the suns last night with no parker, manu, duncan, OR POP. all 4 where in arizona but flew home after practice. pop dropped a big FU on the suns lol.

3 double digit win streaks in a 66 game season with 2 streaks ending because pop tanked them and rested guys. thats pretty good i guess.
At this point if I have to pick one team from the west it would be the Spurs.

I also like the Bulls chances now when earlier in the season I wasn't sure. If Rip and Rose are playing well....the other players have emerged so much in their absense....

Old 04-26-2012, 08:19 PM
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I think the Spurs have emerged as the team to beat in the West. The Mavs should be much better though. I see Dirk stepping up, but w/o Chandler, OKC should take this series in 6 or 7. The Grizz aren't as good this year i think. The Clips might actually upset them, but probably unlikely as the Clips have FT issues down the stretch. Hack a Griffin is a strategy that opponents will use. The Lakers are an enigma. They have the size, but the issue will be spreading the ball around so that the big 3 will have enough touches. Not sure how they will balance that out plus their offense is too inconsistent...even their defense has disappeared at inopportune times considering Brown was a defensive guy.

The East will boil down to Heat and Bulls....can't see any other team beating them 4 times.
Old 04-26-2012, 08:35 PM
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Well the Charlotte Bobcats have done it. Worst winning % in NBA history. It will be a travesty if they don't get the #1 pick. Even then, this franchise has quite an uphill climb.
Old 04-27-2012, 05:27 AM
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ok so with 66 games in 120 days i think we have been almost "spoiled" being able to see our teams play so regularly. what to do till saturday? HA. looking forward to sunday at noon when my spurs start their run.
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