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Thread: X-Factor

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    X-Factor

    Players are trying to push their teams farther into the playoffs. What player will need to step up in order to make their team advance in the playoffs?

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    Everybody on the Jazz.
    Fight the Power

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    Nuggets-
    Most of the team, but a lot goes on Melo and JR Smith
    Time for some hootenanny.

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    Rockets- RON ARTEST, He needs to grow up mentally. He jacks up contested 3's when he's pissed off, just go ask Kobe

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    If the Bobcats want to make the playoffs, Gerald Wallace has to continue to play out of his mind like he is right now. But since the Bobcats don't have any stars on their team, pretty much everyone is going to have to step up if they are going to make it.
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    Everyone not named dwayne wade
    Miami Heat:......Fill the roster out with some decent signings

    New Orleans Saints: 9-3
    First in NFC South. 3rd seed

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    Thaddeus Young......

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    Tony Parker...Duncan is hobbling and Manu has to come back to his old form...Tony Parker is in his prime...he will have to carry a bigger load than ever if the Spurs want to maintain as contender.

    Parker has been mitey awesome this year for those of you the who haven't noticed. His season has been better than Derons IMO...
    OUTRAGE

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    IMO JR Smith if they want a legitimate shot at the finals.

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    aaron brooks

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    That's a good one too.

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    It's not as big as any of the other names but for the Cavs I would love to see Daniel Gibson get back to his 07 form in the playoffs. Would be a deadly outside shooter we could add to help spread the floor.


    #fiftyfive

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    For the Lakers the X-Factor is Lamar Odom, if he comes to play every night, he can be the difference against most teams. He's 6'10 and can handle the ball and pass like a point guard. He's a mismatch for most players, he just has to make sure his head is in the game.
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    Bring Back the Zen Master.

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    I would agree with Aaron Brooks. The Rockets have a Big man in Yao, they have a forward in Scola and Artest and all their missing is a healthy, productive guard, that can distribute the ball and score.

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    Deron Williams
    Gerald Wallace-Man, I'm still hurtin-watching this guy play for the Bobcats

    Rafer Alston: I know the magic are already in the playoffs, but he NEEDS to keep putting up decent numbers in this monster offense. I think he is an X-Factor for the Magic in the playoffs. This team has had bad history w/ previous playoff games, but learned from every lose. They are a huge threat w/ Alston especially.

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