Being a Cavaliers fan I admit my bias, maybe you should as well. If you really believe that the Cavaliers don't have an offensive punch, I think you will be terribly surprised when you see them play.Krstic All Star said:It's the Nets. The Wizards and Cavs both have a bunch of new talent to incorporate into the game, and Cleveland has choked thus far, not even getting in to the playoffs. The Nets, meanwhile, have strengthened their bench, added Marc Jackson in particular, and have their all star trio together for the first time. With those three and Krstic, they will be far more dangerous than they were last year, when they limped into the playoffs without one player really there (Jefferson), Carter still learning the offense, and Krstic with a damaged right thumb. They're improving, and will be devastating if/when their pieces mesh. That's not to say the Cleveland and/or Washington can't incorporate their own new pieces, but they don't have an overall punch like the Nets do.
The pistons as of now are the best team in the league, and could keep that up for the whole season.futuristxen said:Could be the pistons the way the Bucks look early on. The Bucks look completely sick. The Cavs have a similiar type of team, but the Bucks are coming together much faster.
Oh thats right I have to edit my rankings, the Pistons are definitely going to be the 4th at least. If Miami still had Shaquille O' Neal in good health I would rank them #1. :cheers:wadeshaqeddie said:predictions bade of before season
Nets are in no way even close to the Pistons though. By the looks of things, Nets will battle for the 4th best record with Cleveland and Mil Bucks, and may not win. They will get a third seed out of default.
so with the stupid rule of seeding the Nets are a top 3 seed, but they will be battling for the 4th best record.