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View Poll Results: How many wins will Miami finish the season with?

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    Will Miami win 60 games this season?

    At 40-14, with 28 games left to play, do you think Miami will crack the 60 win plateau? They would have to go at least 20-8 to reach the mark. At some point you'd figure that the Big 3 will see some rest before gearing up for hopefully 16 more wins in the post season.

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    I think it really depends on when we secure the top seed in the east. If we get it early there could be games where our players get rest instead of playing time.

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    We do have a lot of games left against team below .500 it will be close. I think we will be 58-24? Unless we stay hot like we are and we might go 64-18!
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    It would take a collapse not to

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    they should, it's only february and we have 40 wins in the books.

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    They probably will, but I'd rather them energy conserve for important matters. I don't want them pushing and exerting unnecessary energies to accomplish it.....

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    Don't think so

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    hope so. my boy has heat under 59.5. hes bet on under each year of big 3 so far and won so it would be nice to see him lose finally.

    i was smart and took lakers under 59

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    If we take average margin of victory and record into consideration, the Clippers, HEAT, Spurs, and Thunder are all teams on pace to win 60+ games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dré View Post
    If we take average margin of victory and record into consideration, the Clippers, HEAT, Spurs, and Thunder are all teams on pace to win 60+ games.
    Clippers would have to go 20-4 (83.3%). They are not on pace, but the other three are.

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    Could , But we'll prolly rest players




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    Quote Originally Posted by ATX View Post
    Clippers would have to go 20-4 (83.3%). They are not on pace, but the other three are.
    You're only taking record into consideration. Incorporating point differential as well, the Clippers are a 60-game win team.

    You have to realize that one's record may not always be indicative of how good the team actually is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dré View Post
    You're only taking record into consideration. Incorporating point differential as well, the Clippers are a 60-game win team.

    You have to realize that one's record may not always be indicative of how good the team actually is.
    I'll be wildly amazed if the Clippers win 60 games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATX View Post
    I'll be wildly amazed if the Clippers win 60 games.
    Nobody's saying they will. No team is necessarily a reflection of what they truly are. E.g., the 2010 San Diego Chargers (underachievers) or the 2012 Baltimore Orioles (overachievers). Take last season's Orioles for example, they managed 93-wins despite allowing nearly as many runs (vs forced runs). Does anyone really believe that, that Orioles team was better than division rival Tampa Bay (who won 3 fewer games and missed the playoffs as a result)? Despite the Rays owning the third best point differential in all the majors?

    Like I said, record is never necessarily indicative of just how good (or bad) a team truly is. These Clippers project to 60-wins. Whether they do is another story entirely.

    To conclude, there are 4 super teams (teams that project to 60 or more wins). And they are: LAC, MIA, OKC, and SAS.

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    we can win 60 games this season by the looks of it .. but still it depends on what the team goes for .. if they want the best seed possible then we will be there ..but if they decide to rest key players ithen we are bound for 58 wins ..

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