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  1. #1
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    How many wins are you expecting from Portland, LAC, Denver, Warriors this season?

    How many wins are you expecting from Portland, the Clippers and Warriors this season?

    I think these 7 will have 48+ wins more than likely (Rockets, Lakers, Spurs, Hornets, Jazz, Suns and Mavericks), but how many wins do you expect Portland, the Clippers, Warriors and Nuggets to get as well?
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    around the 45 ish mark for all of them. I'd say there will be 5 teams in the mid to high 50s (LA Lakers, Rockets, Hornets, Spurs, Jazz), and the rest of them right around 50. I don't think that this is the blazers break-out year. I think next year will be.

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    Portland = 43-45 (close, but not enough to make the playoffs)

    Denver/GSW = 46-48 (tight race again for 8th)

    Clippers = 35-40 (40 if they do really well)

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakers4sho View Post
    Portland = 43-45 (close, but not enough to make the playoffs)

    Denver/GSW = 46-48 (tight race again for 8th)


    Clippers = 35-40 (40 if they do really well)
    I would have to say the same for Portland, Denver, and GSW.

    Clipper I think will barely make 30... maybe 20-25. Sorry B.Diddy.

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    Portland is still a young team and they have to integrate Greg Oden and the new guys into their offense. Maybe, if they perform above expectations.

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    portland = 45 wins
    Denver = 47 wins
    GSW = 44 wins
    LAC = 30-35 wins

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakers4sho View Post
    Portland is still a young team and they have to integrate Greg Oden and the new guys into their offense. Maybe, if they perform above expectations.
    Yup Greg Oden really has to pick it up. Is it me or does it seem as if he is already 28.

    I hope the rest of his body isnít age the way he looks, or it could be a injury cursed career, from broken wrist to ACL ...guy is too good of a player to see wash away by injuries.

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    I don't see how Denver is going to defend anything, and in the West, you need to defend. Golden State has an abundance of swingmen, and Monte is going to be running the point, we gotta see how that works out. I think Portland gets in easy though.

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    Trailblazers-49
    Warriors-46
    Nuggets-43
    Clippers-33

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    i see their are a lot of Clipper haters here. they won 23 with a completely depleted roster. not to mention the two seasons before that were 40 win or more season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakers4sho View Post
    Portland = 43-45 (close, but not enough to make the playoffs)

    Denver/GSW = 46-48 (tight race again for 8th)

    Clippers = 35-40 (40 if they do really well)
    I totally agree with this guy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by krazyclipperfan View Post
    i see their are a lot of Clipper haters here. they won 23 with a completely depleted roster. not to mention the two seasons before that were 40 win or more season.
    that was when u had brand... i agree, I bet clips win no more then 35 games..

    Hard to believe denver in the hunt with their trade of Camby to the lowly clips

    Portland and warriors I believe will win at least 45 games

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    You guys are all crazy. The Clippers are going to win at least 40 games, closer to 45. Portland...I have no idea what to expect really. I'm scared though, I'll admit that. Nuggets with zero defense... I don't know. The warriors will also be interesting to watch, with Monta Ellis assuming the full time pg position, which I think he'll thrive in. I could possibly see 2 of these teams making it and perhaps Dallas or Phoenix POSSIBLY missing the playoffs, or at least being given a run for their money.

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    Phoenix will make the playoffs in my mind
    Nash,Shaq,Amare,Hill,Bell,Barbosa,Diaw,Barnes,Lope z
    too good to not make playoffs

    Dallas i think will struggle a little bit because who knows, kidd could be exausted from olympic play and age might start to play a factor

    I think Spurs,Lakers,Rockets,Hornets,Jazz,Suns,Blazers,Mav s will make it

    close but no cigar-Denver and GS

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    Nuggets 40-48 Lot of ? marks
    Clippers should be in that 41-44 range
    Blazers 40-41
    Warriors 35-38

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