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Cool007
09-16-2010, 11:02 AM
Here's what I predict.

1 - Miami (67-15)
2 - Orlando (58-24)
3 - Chicago (54-28)
4 - Boston (52-30)
5 - Atlanta (48-34)
6 - Milwaukee (45-37)
7 - New York (42-40)
8 - Charlotte (39-43)

9 - Philly (35-47)
10 - Washington (34-48)
11 - Detroit (31-51)
12 - Indiana (30-52)
13 - Toronto (28-54)
14 - New Jersey (28-54)
15 - Cleveland (25-57)

lovingTO
09-16-2010, 11:11 AM
1 - Miami (67-15)
2 - Orlando (58-24)
3 - Boston (52-30)
4 - Atlanta (50-32)
5 - Charlotte (45-47)
6 - Chicago (45-37)
7 - Milwaukee (43-39)
8 - Philly (41-41)

9 - New York (35-47)
10 - Washington (34-48)
11 - Detroit (31-51)
12 - Indiana (30-52)
13 - Toronto (27-53)
14 - New Jersey (27-53)
15 - Cleveland (25-57)

Forbo
09-16-2010, 11:29 AM
Explain to me how Bobcats do that well? They lost their Center and PG?

nycericanguy
09-16-2010, 11:52 AM
Here's what I predict.

1 - Miami (67-15)
2 - Orlando (58-24)
3 - Chicago (54-28)
4 - Boston (52-30)
5 - Atlanta (48-34)
6 - Milwaukee (45-37)
7 - New York (42-40)
8 - Charlotte (39-43)

9 - Philly (35-47)
10 - Washington (34-48)
11 - Detroit (31-51)
12 - Indiana (30-52)
13 - Toronto (28-54)
14 - New Jersey (28-54)
15 - Cleveland (25-57)

Looks about right. I might give NY & MIL a couple of more wins each.

aussie
09-16-2010, 11:58 AM
1 - Miami (74-11)
2 - Orlando (58-24)
3 - Chicago (57-25)
4 - Boston (50-32)
5 - Atlanta (48-34)
6 - Milwaukee (45-37)
7 - New York (39-43)
8 - Charlotte (39-43)

9 - Indiana (37-45)
10 - Detroit (36-45)
11 - Philly (35-47)
12 - Washington (35-47)
13 - Toronto (25-57)
14 - New Jersey (22-60)
15 - Cleveland (14-68)

wmudford
09-16-2010, 01:38 PM
^^so your predicting miami wins 3 extra game they don't even play? lmao

NYYCowboys
09-16-2010, 02:01 PM
1. Orlando (61-21)
2. Miami (58-24)
3. Boston (55-27)
4. Chicago (50-32)
5. Atlanta (46-36)
6. New York (44-38)
7. Milwaukee (43-39)
8. Indiana (40-42)

9. Charlotte (39-43)
10. Philadelphia (37-45)
11. Detroit (37-45)
12. Washington (35-47)
13. New Jersey (32-50)
14. Toronto (28-54)
15. Cleveland (25-57)

Hawkeye15
09-16-2010, 02:06 PM
^^so your predicting miami wins 3 extra game they don't even play? lmao

they just signed Chuck Norris to a contract, so yes, this will be possible

IndyRealist
09-16-2010, 02:43 PM
Philly got better and Charlotte got worse. If the Bobcats make the playoffs, it'll be by a hair. I don't think New York did enough to make the playoffs. I think Miami will need time to gel, espeically on defense, while Boston will rest it's starters for much of the second half of the season.

1. Orlando (61-21)
2. Miami (58-24)
3. Boston (55-27)
4. Chicago (50-32)
5. Atlanta (46-36)
6. Milwaukee (43-39)
7. Philadelphia (41-41)
8. Charlotte (40-42)

9. Indiana (38-44)
10. New York (37-45)
11. Washinton (37-45)
12. Detriot (35-47)
13. New Jersey (30-52)
14. Toronto (28-54)
15. Cleveland (25-57)

nycericanguy
09-16-2010, 02:44 PM
1 - Miami (69-13)
2 - Orlando (59-23)
3 - Chicago (54-28)
4 - Boston (52-30)
5 - Atlanta (46-36)
6 - Milwaukee (46-36)
7 - New York (44-38)
8 - Indiana (39-43)

9 - Charlotte (36-46)
10 - Philly (36-46)
11 - Washington (34-48)
12 - Detroit (29-53)
13 - Toronto (28-54)
14 - New Jersey (28-54)
15 - Cleveland (25-57)

CHA got worse, the loss of Felton is going to really hurt them. Indiana has some great young talent, I expect them to compete for a playoff spot. Granger, Collison & Hibbert is not a bad trio.

NY is much better & deeper and they have a team now. Nate, Harrington & Hughes will be addition by subtraction.

J_M_B
09-16-2010, 03:28 PM
1 - Miami (66-16)
2 - Orlando (58-24)
3 - Boston (52-30)
4 - Chicago (49-33)
5 - Milwaukee (45-37)
6 - Atlanta (45-37)
7 - Charlotte (42-40)
8 - New York (41-41)

9 - Philadelphia (38-44)
10 - Indiana (37-45)
11 - Detroit (34-48)
12 - Washington (32-50)
13 - New Jersey (28-54)
14 - Cleveland (26-56)
15 - Toronto (23-59)