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Here is the average age for each team:

Denver 24.1

Cleveland 25.3
Indiana 25.5
Clippers 25.5
Houston 25.6
Golden State 25.6
Chicago 25.7

Washington 26.3
Memphis 26.5
Boston 26.6
Orlando 26.6
Phoenix 26.6
Miami 26.9

Lakers 27.0
Seattle 27.0
Atlanta 27.2
Philadelphia 27.5
Sacramento 27.5
Milwaukee 27.8

Minnesota 28.1
New Jersey 28.1
Utah 28.4
New Orleans 28.7

Portland 29.0
New York 29.1
Toronto 29.4
Detroit 29.6
San Antonio 29.7
Dallas 29.8

http://boards.espn.go.com/cgi/nba/request.dll?MESSAGE&room=nba_por&id=174543

Nuggets and Cavs are very young teams, but they won't make a good season, but Pacers, Clippers and Rockets have a chance t make a good season.

Mavs and Spurs are the older ones, but they got game.

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It's pretty scary that the 3-time defending champions are the 14th youngest team in the NBA! Out of the teams ahead of them only Indiana, Boston and Orlando made the playoffs last year, and that was in the East. Meaning that the Lakers are younger than any other Western Conference playoff team, even the "up-and-coming" Kings :rolleyes:.
 

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Originally posted by <b>Jemel Irief</b>!
It's pretty scary that the 3-time defending champions are the 14th youngest team in the NBA! Out of the teams ahead of them only Indiana, Boston and Orlando made the playoffs last year, and that was in the East. Meaning that the Lakers are younger than any other Western Conference playoff team, even the "up-and-coming" Kings :rolleyes:.
That's pretty scary Jemel. The Laker team still have a long road and will be a great team for many years from now.
 
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