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NBA Predictions 2010-11

Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Originally posted by socalfan21:
LOL... James... dude... Anderson and Gortat would not start on most teams

especially Anderson he hasn't done s**t in the league yet.

Gortat could on some teams. Though that's mostly because of the lack of legit bigmen in the league. He's just decent, IMO. A lot of teams don't even have a single decent player at the Center position.

Yeah I can definitely see Gortat as well. He has some potential and its a shame he doesn't get more time cuz I'd like to see what he can do.

They gave him way too much money to be the player they're asking him to be.

Yeah they did they shoulda just had the Mavs have him, but I wouldn't be suprised to see him get traded in the next year or two.
  • crzy
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jrg completely overrates the Magic bench as well. It's nothing special. Especially now that Barnes is gone.
Originally posted by crzy:
jrg completely overrates the Magic bench as well. It's nothing special. Especially now that Barnes is gone.

Barnes started on that team, and he's the Lakers 8th man.
Originally posted by crzy:
jrg completely overrates the Magic bench as well. It's nothing special. Especially now that Barnes is gone.

Orlando Magic's 2009 PER (36)

Ryan Anderson - 19.3 PPG 8.0 REB
JJ Redick - 15.7 PPG
Mickael Pietrus - 13.9 PPG
Marcin Gortat - 9.7 PPG 11.3 REB
Quentin Richardson (Heat) - 11.7 PPG

I'll take it
  • dman
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Originally posted by jrg:
Originally posted by crzy:
jrg completely overrates the Magic bench as well. It's nothing special. Especially now that Barnes is gone.

Orlando Magic's 2009 PER (36)

Ryan Anderson - 19.3 PPG 8.0 REB
JJ Redick - 15.7 PPG
Mickael Pietrus - 13.9 PPG
Marcin Gortat - 9.7 PPG 11.3 REB
Quentin Richardson (Heat) - 11.7 PPG

I'll take it

Those guys are gonna play 36 minutes?
Originally posted by SacRock14:
EAST

Atlantic
2. Boston Celtics 58-24
Toronto Raptors 32-50
New York Knicks 31-51
New Jersey Nets 27-55
Philadelphia 76ers 20-62

Central
3. Chicago Bulls 53-29
7. Milwaukee Bucks 41-41
8. Cleveland Cavaliers 39-43
Indiana Pacers 25-57
Detroit Pistons 25-57

Southeast
1. Miami Heat 62-20
4. Orlando Magic 53-29
5. Atlanta Hawks 49-33
6. Charlotte Bobcats 43-39
Washington Wizards 24-58

WEST

Southwest
3. Dallas Mavericks 54-28
5. San Antonio Spurs 49-33
Houston Rockets 38-44
New Orleans Hornets 36-46
Memphis Grizzlies 35-47

Northwest
2. Portland Trailblazers 57-25
4. Oklahoma City Thunder 52-30
6. Denver Nuggets 48-34
7. Utah Jazz 48-34
Minnesota T-Wolves 19-63

Pacific
1. Los Angeles Lakers 60-22
8. Phoenix Suns 47-35
Golden State Warriors 39-43
Sacramento Kings 34-48
Los Angeles Clippers 32-50

MVP: Kevin Durant
ROY: John Wall
MIP: Darren Collison
DPOY: Dwight Howard
6th: Jamal Crawford
Coach: Nate MacMillan
All-NBA 1st: Chris Paul-Kobe Bryant-Kevin Durant-LeBron James-Dwight Howard
All-NBA 2nd: Dwyane Wade-Deron Williams-Dirk Nowitzki-Amare Stoudemire-Pau Gasol
All-NBA 3rd: Steve Nash-Brandon Roy-Carmelo Anthony-Tim Duncan-Joakim Noah
All-Rookie: John Wall-Paul George-Wesley Johnson-Blake Griffin-DeMarcus Cousins



Knicks won 29 games last year!!

Adding Amare and Felton ONLY increases the win column by 2?
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
1) Los Angeles Lakers 60-22
2) Dallas Mavericks 55-27
3) Oklahoma City Thunder 54-28
4) Portland Trailblazers 52-30
5) San Antonio Spurs 51-31
6) Utah Jazz 48-34
7) Houston Rockets 48-34
8) Phoenix Suns 43-39
9) Denver Nuggets 42-40
10) New Orleans Hornets 41-41
11) Golden State Warriors 37-45
12) Los Angeles Clippers 34-48
13) Memphis Grizzlies 34-48
14) Sacramento Kings 32-50
15) Minnesota Timberwolves 16-66

1) Miami Heat 62-20
2) Orlando Magic 61-21
3) Boston Celtics 55-27
4) Chicago Bulls 47-35
5) Atlanta Hawks 46-36
6) Milwaukee Bucks 44-38
7) Charlotte Bobcats 40-42
8) New York Knicks 37-45
9) Washington Wizards 34-48
10) Indiana Pacers 33-49
11) Cleveland Cavaliers 33-49
12) Philadelphia 76ers 30-52
13) New Jersey Nets 26-56
14) Detroit Pistons 25-57
15) Toronto Raptors 14-68

MVP: Kevin Durant
ROY: Blake Griffin
COY: Rick Adelman
DPOY: Dwight Howard
6th Man: Jamaal Crawford

WCFs: Lakers over Mavericks
ECFs: Heat over Celtics
Finals: Lakers over Heat



Feel free to add your own.

Hey Pete

Didnt you say the Cavs were a playooff team with out Lebron?
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Originally posted by socalfan21:
LOL... James... dude... Anderson and Gortat would not start on most teams

especially Anderson he hasn't done s**t in the league yet.

Gortat could on some teams. Though that's mostly because of the lack of legit bigmen in the league. He's just decent, IMO. A lot of teams don't even have a single decent player at the Center position.

Yeah. To be honest he could probably have started for the Kings at times before they drafted Cousins and traded for Dalembert. He probably could start on Philly right now, or maybe NYK if they don't start Amare there. He's a decent player.

LMAO why would the Knicks not start Amare? A $100 million bench player?
Originally posted by blizzuntz:
Hey Pete

Didnt you say the Cavs were a playooff team with out Lebron?

No, I said they were a mid-30 win team without LeBron.

The #8 spot in the East is up for grabs though, and it's very possible that they contend.
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Originally posted by blizzuntz:
Hey Pete

Didnt you say the Cavs were a playooff team with out Lebron?

No, I said they were a mid-30 win team without LeBron.

The #8 spot in the East is up for grabs though, and it's very possible that they contend.

I see them contending for the #1 pick
Originally posted by TheSixthRing:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Originally posted by socalfan21:
LOL... James... dude... Anderson and Gortat would not start on most teams

especially Anderson he hasn't done s**t in the league yet.

Gortat could on some teams. Though that's mostly because of the lack of legit bigmen in the league. He's just decent, IMO. A lot of teams don't even have a single decent player at the Center position.

Yeah. To be honest he could probably have started for the Kings at times before they drafted Cousins and traded for Dalembert. He probably could start on Philly right now, or maybe NYK if they don't start Amare there. He's a decent player.

LMAO why would the Knicks not start Amare? A $100 million bench player?

I think he meant if Amare starts at PF, instead of C.
Originally posted by SacRock14:
Originally posted by TheSixthRing:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Originally posted by socalfan21:
LOL... James... dude... Anderson and Gortat would not start on most teams

especially Anderson he hasn't done s**t in the league yet.

Gortat could on some teams. Though that's mostly because of the lack of legit bigmen in the league. He's just decent, IMO. A lot of teams don't even have a single decent player at the Center position.

Yeah. To be honest he could probably have started for the Kings at times before they drafted Cousins and traded for Dalembert. He probably could start on Philly right now, or maybe NYK if they don't start Amare there. He's a decent player.

LMAO why would the Knicks not start Amare? A $100 million bench player?

I think he meant if Amare starts at PF, instead of C.

Yeah, no s**t, Sixth.
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by SacRock14:
Originally posted by TheSixthRing:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Originally posted by socalfan21:
LOL... James... dude... Anderson and Gortat would not start on most teams

especially Anderson he hasn't done s**t in the league yet.

Gortat could on some teams. Though that's mostly because of the lack of legit bigmen in the league. He's just decent, IMO. A lot of teams don't even have a single decent player at the Center position.

Yeah. To be honest he could probably have started for the Kings at times before they drafted Cousins and traded for Dalembert. He probably could start on Philly right now, or maybe NYK if they don't start Amare there. He's a decent player.

LMAO why would the Knicks not start Amare? A $100 million bench player?

I think he meant if Amare starts at PF, instead of C.

Yeah, no s**t, Sixth.

Lick it.
Originally posted by TheSixthRing:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by SacRock14:
Originally posted by TheSixthRing:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Originally posted by socalfan21:
LOL... James... dude... Anderson and Gortat would not start on most teams

especially Anderson he hasn't done s**t in the league yet.

Gortat could on some teams. Though that's mostly because of the lack of legit bigmen in the league. He's just decent, IMO. A lot of teams don't even have a single decent player at the Center position.

Yeah. To be honest he could probably have started for the Kings at times before they drafted Cousins and traded for Dalembert. He probably could start on Philly right now, or maybe NYK if they don't start Amare there. He's a decent player.

LMAO why would the Knicks not start Amare? A $100 million bench player?

I think he meant if Amare starts at PF, instead of C.

Yeah, no s**t, Sixth.

Lick it.

Lick this


CELTICS ALL DAYY BABY....Watch out for the Thunder out west.