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RaysFan
06-01-2010, 04:14 PM
How would you rank the Top-10 in the NBA after all was said and done?

1. LA Lakers
2. Boston
3. Orlando
4. Phoenix
5. Oklahoma City
6. San Antonio
7. Cleveland
8. Denver
9. Utah
10. Dallas

RadiantShot
06-01-2010, 04:21 PM
1. Los Angeles
2. Boston
3. Orlando
4. Phoenix
5. Cleveland
6. San Antonio
7. Oklahoma City
8. Utah
9. Denver
10. Dallas

sp1derm00
06-01-2010, 04:29 PM
Cleveland is definitely above the Spurs.

Spurs were swept by the Suns whereas the Cavs lost 4-2 against the Celtics.

xbrackattackx
06-01-2010, 04:31 PM
1. Los Angeles
2. Boston
3. Phoenix
4. Orlando
5.Oklahoma City
6. San Antonio
7. Cleveland
8. Dallas
9. Denver
10.Utah

Hawkeye15
06-01-2010, 04:37 PM
1. Los Angeles
2. Boston
3. Orlando
4. Phoenix
5. Cleveland
6. San Antonio
7. Oklahoma City
8. Utah
9. Denver
10. Dallas

mine too

97NYer
06-01-2010, 04:41 PM
1.L.A
2.Boston
3.Orlando
4.Phoenix
5.Cleveland
6.Utah
7.San Antonio
8.Oklahoma city
9.Denver
10.Dallas

mikantsass
06-01-2010, 04:42 PM
1. Los Angeles
2. Boston
3. Orlando
4. Phoenix
5. Cleveland
6. San Antonio
7. Oklahoma City
8. Utah
9. Denver
10. Dallas

I like this but IMO you have to put the C's at #1. They beat the Cavs and Magic who were the top 2 teams in the East. The Lakers competition was a little iffy.

RadiantShot
06-01-2010, 04:43 PM
Just my opinion.

tredigs
06-01-2010, 04:44 PM
1. Boston (Took out the two Eastern Conference favorites with relative ease and have never looked sharper)

2. L.A. (Close 2nd, but Bynum's injury hurts them badly going forward, plus their path was easier)

3. Phoenix (Unexpected and inspiring play. Outperformed all expectations)

4. Orlando

5. Cleveland

6. San Antonio (taking out a team who was considered top 2 in the Western Conference gives them a big boost IMO)

7. OKC (took two (nearly 3) from the Lakers team who swept the Jazz)

8. Jazz (beat the Nuggets. Obviously can't have them below Denver)

9. Denver

10. Dallas (biggest disappointment of playoffs. Although the Spurs were just the better team)

king4day
06-01-2010, 04:45 PM
Phoenix and Orlando is a toughie. Orlando lost both home games to start the series. Phoenix got blown out in its first two games.
Phoenix made it a series.
Orlando made it a series only after trailing 3-0 with the series virtually over.

And Boston over LA without a doubt. Bostons road was much more difficult.

Sadds The Gr8
06-01-2010, 04:47 PM
1) Lakers
2) Celtics
3) Magic
4) Phoenix
5) Cavs
6) San Antonio
7) OKC
8) Utah
9) Dallas
10) Denver

0202243
06-01-2010, 04:49 PM
I only care about the n 1... Boston or LA :D

BkOriginalOne
06-01-2010, 04:51 PM
If Denver had their coach they would be number 4 :(

carter15
06-01-2010, 06:12 PM
Phoenix and Orlando is a toughie. Orlando lost both home games to start the series. Phoenix got blown out in its first two games.
Phoenix made it a series.
Orlando made it a series only after trailing 3-0 with the series virtually over.

And Boston over LA without a doubt. Bostons road was much more difficult.

Yea, you can probably argue either the Magic or Suns for #3, but does it really matter lol. I'm sure neither fan-base will care whether they are 3 or 4, but wanted to be 1. Not directing this at you, just in general.

Kakaroach
06-01-2010, 06:23 PM
1. Los Angeles
2. Boston
3. Orlando
4. Phoenix
5. Cleveland
6. Utah
7. San Antonio
8. OKC
9. Denver
10. Dallas

VinceGully
06-01-2010, 06:38 PM
1. Boston (Took out the two Eastern Conference favorites with relative ease and have never looked sharper)

2. L.A. (Close 2nd, but Bynum's injury hurts them badly going forward, plus their path was easier)

3. Phoenix (Unexpected and inspiring play. Outperformed all expectations)

4. Orlando

5. Cleveland

6. San Antonio (taking out a team who was considered top 2 in the Western Conference gives them a big boost IMO)

7. OKC (took two (nearly 3) from the Lakers team who swept the Jazz)

8. Jazz (beat the Nuggets. Obviously can't have them below Denver)

9. Denver

10. Dallas (biggest disappointment of playoffs. Although the Spurs were just the better team)

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