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Old 09-29-2012, 11:10 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Knicks will be higher. On paper they're as good as anyone
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Old 09-29-2012, 01:28 PM   #20 (permalink)
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Re: ESPN NBA POWER RANKINGS TOP 5

Do not agree with Boston and Philly over Indiana.

I'm getting pretty tired of hearing how much Bynum will improve them without hearing any mention at all at the loss of Iggy.


This season will prove what I told Lakers fans for years. Bynum is not a franchise guy. But if hes ever going to trick anyone into thinking he is, this big contract year will be the year.
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24-12 year for Bynum but 76ers only win 46 games
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24-12 year for Bynum but 76ers only win 46 games
Maybe 24 and 12 this year. Just wait until he signs on to a max contract though.

Its all downhill from there outside a couple of "Hey, maybe hes completely healthy again" moments over the years.


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Re: ESPN NBA POWER RANKINGS TOP 5

I really like Philly as the darkhorse in the East and Denver as the darkhorse in the West.

1.) LA Lakers
2.) Miami Heat
3.) OKC Thunder
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5.) San Antonio Spurs/Chicago Bulls
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The Chicago Bulls?

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Re: ESPN NBA POWER RANKINGS TOP 5

Is power rankings for 'ship aspirations or end of season rankings. If the bulls can sneak in at 7 or higher I would have them top 5 to win the 'ship.

Grizz should be higher. Caves are too low. Bobcats are spot on.
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Re: ESPN NBA POWER RANKINGS TOP 5

2 things:

1) R-Star has officially put himself out there. I will definitely bust this thread out if Bynum has a couple of MVP-caliber season.

2) Power rankings have nothing to do with championships. They are merely a gauge of who the best teams are in a single snapshot of time.
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r-star has been running down bynum at least since I joined the site - this is nothing new (or are you joking?)
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1 Miami 46-20

How can they not start out peering down at 29 other teams? Even if the Heat do launch slowly with Wade and Ray Ray healing, it's not just our rule about defending champions that matters. Also: Mr. James returns as undisputed King of his sport for the first time ever.

2 Los Angeles 41-25

Maybe you can't win anything in the summertime. What you can do, though, is leapfrog everyone else in Power Rankdom apart from the defending champs when you trade for Dwight and Nash without surrendering Pau, which still hasn't fully sunk in even after writing that sentence dozens of times.

3 Oklahoma City 47-19

Am I, like so many out there, overlooking the fact that the Lakers still have lots of chemistry wrinkles to work out and health questions to answer? Guilty. Thing is, OKC convenes for camp amid plenty of its own uncertainty thanks to Harden's contract situation, Perk's health and that Finals flameout.

4 San Antonio 50-16

Timmy, Manu and Tony don't get any easier to read with age. Who could have predicted the 20 games in a row they won or the four straight Ls to OKC after that brush with invincibility? Want to write the Spurs off after a summer of precious little change? Go for it. We'll pass.

5 Los Angeles 40-26

Last season of bliss before CP3 leaves Blake and Clipperland behind? Or the start of something truly special that makes L.A. feel like Manchester with two true powerhouse teams in the same neighborhood? Like it or not, Staples Center is the NBA's two-team epicenter for juicy storylines. For now.

6 Boston 39-27

Whether or not you agree with Rondo's claim that the Celts are still on the short list of five teams that can win it all, there's no denying they'll have a bench this time with JET Terry, Courtney Lee, Jeff Green and Darko arriving to succeed the departed Ray Allen and Stiemsma.

7 Philadelphia 35-31

Find myself drawn to the Sixers as much as anyone in the East chasing Miami. Time will tell if I'm assuming too much about Bynum's impact, but Philly automatically skyrockets here for now in the wake of a trade that landed an undeniable franchise center and got Dwight out of the East. 8 Indiana 42-24

Indy's splashiest acquisition was Donnie Walsh. Nothing wrong with that -- not when the Pacers also re-signed Hibbert and George Hill -- but that means Frank Vogel is clearly dependent on improvement from within to maintain their spot in the East's elite. Not so simple.

9 Denver 38-28

The Nuggets, with Iguodala, are right there with Memphis and Dallas in the West's steel-cage battle for the bottom four playoff seeds. Yet you can't shake the suspicion that, even if Iggy and JaVale McGee have big years, they'll find out first-hand what sort of monster they helped L.A. assemble.

10 Dallas 36-30

After missing out on D-Will, Dallas never dreamed it could offer only one-year deals to the rest of the free-agent pack and still come away with Mayo, Kaman, Brand and Collison. The problem? The West is suddenly super deep again. And now Dallas has to score in Free Agency 2013.

11 Memphis 41-25

Committee (of one) spies say Z-Bo looks far sharper coming into this season than he did at any point last season, but it won't mean much unless A) Z-Bo and Rudy Gay finally click, B) Gay is dealt for a better fit and C) Memphis eventually puts some shooters around Z-Bo and Marc Gasol.

12 Brooklyn 22-44

OK, OK: They didn't get Dwight. But the Nets did just enough, by trading for Joe Johnson and signing a slew of others, to convince D-Will to stay, ship a watchable team to their gleaming new Brooklyn palace and give themselves a shot at finishing higher than the Knicks. It's a start.

13 New York 36-30

Let's see. Let's see if J-Kidd, at 39, can combine with Ray Felton (and Hakeem Olajuwon's tutorials) to help Melo and Amare snap together like Legos at last and make people forget that James Dolan let J-Lin go out of what largely appears to be spite. Maximum points for ambition.

14 Minnesota 26-40

When was the last time the Wolves were this interesting? Probably 2003-04 when they went to the West finals before trading away Sam (I Am) Cassell. We're still not quite sure how soon Rubio will be back from knee surgery, but K-Love and his overhauled supporting cast are must-see regardless.

15 Chicago 50-16

If you think D-Rose was emotional at that adidas press conference chronicling his diligent rehab, wait until you see what happens around New Year's when he and Coach Thibs start planning Rose's comeback from that ACL tear ... and cautious Bulls management tells them it's best to sit tight.

16 Utah 36-30

In the early days of the Pop era, Utah was the franchise San Antonio always tried to emulate. Now the Jazz have imported Dennis Lindsey from the Spurs' front-office mafia to help figure out who on the frontline stays or goes (Jefferson? Millsap?) to make way for Favors and Kanter.

17 Golden State 23-43

New management has overhauled so much, but the expectation that something (most likely health) will go awry lives on. So let's see if the Dubs -- deepest roster since 2007's We Believe squad --with Bogut, Curry and D-Lee ready to the start the season -- can hush the doomsayers for once.

18 Atlanta 40-26

It won't show up in the standings right away, but the Hawks were one of the unquestioned offseason winners on this scorecard when Danny Ferry jettisoned Joe Johnson (and more). I'd rather start over, as Atlanta will now do, than pointlessly keep banging my head on a second-round ceiling.

19 Milwaukee 31-35

En route to the Hall of Fame, reflecting on the monster trade two of his old teams swung, Don Nelson said: "Something you just never do in the NBA, you don't trade a 6-3 player for a talented 7-footer." Put Nellie down, then, in the camp saying Milwaukee lost the Bogut-for-Monta swap.

20 New Orleans 21-45

Whispers around the league persist that ROY favorite Anthony Davis and Co. can make a run at the No. 8 spot out West. I simply prefer to echo what we so often said about Kyrie's Cavs last season: Hope has been restored here, post-CP3, far faster than anyone imagined.

21 Portland 28-38

Can Damian Lillard trump Unibrow Davis and actually win the ROY race? Hard to fathom. Will Lillard be sufficiently dazzling to buy new coach Terry Stotts some time and placate Blazermaniacs as their heroes try to rebuild around Aldridge, Batum and the flashy new PG? Quite conceivable.

22 Washington 20-46

Lottery teams aren't supposed to be very intriguing, but the Wiz do make you wonder: Are we sleeping on these guys? Depends on what they get from Wall and his new rookie sidekick Beal and what sort of impact Nene and Okafor can still make. Buy in at your own risk.

23 Toronto 23-43

There's quiet optimism north of the border that the Raps can scrap for the East's No. 8 spot. I'll just stop at saying that Valanciunas' unhappy Olympics (and likely slow NBA start) won't discourage me at all about his promise. European coaches are prone to take it slow with young guys.

24 Phoenix 33-33

Did the Suns hang onto Steve Nash too long? Definitely. Did they spin out of Nash's emotional defection to the hated Lakers about as well as they possibly could by signing All-Lefty Team aspirant Dragic and snagging Scola on an amnesty waiver claim? This desert lover hopes so.

25 Detroit 25-41

It's an if. A rather big if, actually. But the idea that draft gamble Andre Drummond can eventually form a legit front-line tandem with Greg Monroe -- with salary-cap space looming next summer --adds up to the biggest glimmer of hope Pistons fans have seen for a half-decade.

26 Houston 34-32

Better to be stockpiling trade assets and scheming from lottery land to finally pull off a blockbuster than chase a playoff spot. The Rockets, sporting J-Lin and Kev Martin and not much else these days after Orlando spurned all their Dwight proposals, are about to seriously test that theory.

27 Orlando 37-29

Jacque Vaughn's older brother played at Cal State Fullerton, so it'll come as little surprise that the committee (of one) not-so-secretly roots for the Magic's surprise rookie coach. But let's be clear here. A rough season awaits after they got none of the three best players in the Dwight deal.

28 Cleveland 21-45

The Cavs, with five or six first- and second-year players in their rotation, will ask their fans for more patience. And you know what? With Varejao coming back and Kyrie poised to serve up more thrills, they'll undoubtedly get it whether or not Waiters dazzles or stumbles early.

29 Sacramento 22-44

The uncertain futures of Tyreke, Jimmer and NBA basketball itself in Sactown command our focus heading into the season. Factor in all the attention Cousins generates, with Thomas Robinson on the scene now as well, and methinks you can expect more Kings chatter nationally than normal.

30 Charlotte 7-59

How many games will the seven-win Cats win this season? Do they dare dream of rising to the lofty rankings heights of No. 29 or (gasp) No. 28? Will His Airness ever grant an extended interview to explain his game plan? Answers forthcoming in this space every Monday during the regular season.
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Trolling? im pretty sure putting a 2nd round exit team as #2 and the team that won the West as #3 is trolling. Nash and Dwight have yet to prove anything at all.
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Trolling? im pretty sure putting a 2nd round exit team as #2 and the team that won the West as #3 is trolling. Nash and Dwight have yet to prove anything at all.
This is a completely different team. Anyone who isn't a moron would know that. And Nash/Howard aren't the only changes that this team has.
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