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View Poll Results: Who Gets 8th?

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  • Milwaukee Bucks

    24 33.33%
  • Detriot Pistons

    1 1.39%
  • Toronto Raptors

    43 59.72%
  • Philadelphia 76ers

    2 2.78%
  • Other.. Who?

    2 2.78%
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    The Race To 8th: East Edition

    7th- Celtics- 29-27 (27games Remain)
    8th- Bucks- 26-28 (28 Games Remain)........... 0GB
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    9th- Raptors- 23-33 (26 games remain)............ 4GB
    10th- 76ers- 22-32 (28 games remain)........ 4GB
    11th- Pistons- 22-36 (24 Games Remain)........ 6GB

    Who do you think gets Last Playoff Spot And Why?


    Games to Watch Tonight:

    Toronto vs Washington

    Detriot vs Atlanta

    Utah vs Boston

    Results From Last Night:

    Portland 92 vs Boston 86

    New York 99 vs Philly 93



    *This will be updated on a Daily Basis
    Last edited by joshhorvath; 02-25-2013 at 12:03 AM.

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    Bucks.

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    I think the Bucks hold on. A healthy Bynum could make it interesting, but I think JJ is really gonna help Milwaukee's offense. Anything that takes minutes away from Monta can't hurt.

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    Man just if the raptors has gotten Rudy Gay earlier on in the season they could have been the 7th seed already.

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    I like the way Toronto plays after aquiring Rudy Gay, they might challenge Bucks.

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    This should be called the race to get swept in the first round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justinnum1 View Post
    This should be called the race to get swept in the first round.
    Lmao, this is so true. I don't think the ninth seed wants to compete for it.

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    Lol, don't care if my guys get swept in the 1st round. It's been a long time since toronto saw playoff basketball, and the young guys need to earn their stripes. If the bucks, pistons or sixers don't want to compete for that, then I'd be happy to take it from them

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    Lol change the name to.. "Who Will Want To Get Swept by Miami In The First Round?"

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    I think the Raptors if they somehow made it could steal a game from Miami. 2 at most... Bucks would probably win a game. Sixers without Bynum would not be pretty and same for a young Pistons team.

    From a fans perspective looking for a competitive matchup, I'd hope the Raptors made it, but they might have too much ground to make up at this point

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    Im going to go along with the group and say the Raptors make a late season push. They have the best roster of the teams listed. The Bucks have a pretty sizable lead so they might be able to hold out.


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    the way the raptors have been playing since acquiring rudy gay if they keep this up they will make it.

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    I think the Raptors would give the Heat the toughest test. They have played them well, it would be great to see the Raps back in the playoffs, but they might be just a game to far behind.
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    I'm thinking the Bucks hold on, but I wouldn't be too surprised if Toronto takes the spot instead. Their ending schedule isn't extremely tough, with lots of games against bottom dwellers.


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    haha, I don't think the raps can test miami. Playoff basketball will shut down our offense very quickly. We haven't had the time to gel, despite the 'talent' we've got on our roster, we're getting by right now on talent and not necessarily team play. Miami will expose us. But I'd still rather be 8th than 9th for the experience alone.

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