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In game 4 of the finals, David Stern said they are going to stay with the way it is now, as far as realignment is concerned. So if and when they change their minds in the future, hopefully the young bulls will be up to the challenge
 

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Over the course of time, the relative strengths between East and West will change. The real point is to get to a ring, and going through tougher opposition in the playoffs will make a team better in the long run.
 

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I agree!!!, the West is trying to take advantage of the East (for now), but give the East two years and the tide will turn--with young teams such as the Bulls, Nets, Magic, and Celtics coming up--the West will finally be exposed as the paper tiger punks they really are!!!

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I believe the East already has an extra team, so it probably would be a team for team swap. New Orleans going to the West and the Grizzlies going ot the East. Memphis is more East than Minnesota.

So this isn't bad since the Grizz still stink and the Hornets are a good team. But with Charlotte in the running for another team, maybe they'll just stink New Orleans in the West.

Either way i doubt Minnesota would be switched.
 
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