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With the relocation next year (I think?), I think we have a lot to look forward to.

Southeast Division: Atlanta Hawks, Charlotte Bobcats, Miami Heat, Orlando Magic, Washington Wizards.

If that is our division, I do not see how we cannot win it.

Next year, with a healthy lineup, we will be one of the powerhouses in the East (If they exist at all).

PG - Arenas.
SG - Hughes.
SF - Stackhouse.
PF - Kwaminator.
C - ?

I think that's a pretty good lineup, and we have a whole wealth of talent off the bench as well. I think we have a legitimate shot to go to the second round. Of course, that all hinges on how Kwaminator does and if Arenas/Hughes/Stackhouse can stay out of injury problems.
 

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Ok. We are not going to get a top pick. Arenas and Stack are on their way back, and we will play ourselves into the 10th or 11th pick.

That is the way it is going to be.
 

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Nothing is a lock, man.. That is crazy to say. All of the teams in the division are awfully bad, and there is not much seperation in best to last.

DIVISION HANDICAPS:
Miami has not had a 100% Caron
Wash. has missed Gil most of the yr.
Atlanta has not had their own 1st round pick in over 3 yrs.
Orlando's GM is incompetent
Charlotte doesn't have a roster yet
 
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