Right now no team in the central is below .500 and no team in the atlantic is above .500. Will this be true at the end of the season?
Maybe the case with the Central is true.LBJthefuturegoat said:Right now no team in the central is below .500 and no team in the atlantic is above .500. Will this be true at the end of the season?
a jason kidd lead team has always finished above .500, this season will be no different. He "WILLS" them to victory when it counts. And if im not mistaken, the southeast is by far playing the worst as of now.ShuHanGuanYu said:No, I do think New Jersey will be over .500 by end season. Philly will probably hover around .500. The Southeast only has 2 of 5 winning teams in it (1 if the Wizards can't continue at their current pace). Central is definitely the power division though and that will remain through the end of the season, with possibly every team having a winning record.
KobeBryant08 said:I voted yes, but i misread the question.
I thought you were asking if the combined records would be over .500 not every single team.
So my vote should be no...lol