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Both of those are great teams. Love the coach of the Jazz, and that team is a blast to watch. Also neighbors with the coach of the Celtics, but not a huge fan--as they are always competing with Orlando.
I think Boston can, and Orlando might be able to, but they're gonna have to come together after the trade. Reintegrating Turkoglu won't be that difficult, I wouldn't think. But JRich might take some time.
Boston depends on health. KG looking like the KG from three years ago, that's dangerous, tough to match up with. I could see the Celts making a run, but if KG gets hurt, they're done. He's the one guy they can't live without, imo.
Phoenix is done. Nice story, but no chance IF they make the playoffs. Spurs look good, Duncan is turning the team over to Ginobli, ala Robinson to Duncan. If he can be happy with 32 minutes a night, they will have a chance. Who on the Lakers can defend him, even now? Spurs always have a big winning streak, this year a little earlier than usual. They will cool off, but still be good for playoffs, injuries aside.
Wow, that's brutal. Always stay true, but a second team to pull for isn't a bad idea in your case.
I would start watching OKC. Fantastic, young team. I'm looking today to see what the odds are on them going all the way. If they are high enough, I will place a small bet on them. I believe they have a shot to make a run here.
Yeah I do love Durant, I was almost a Lebron fan for a while, I was a 6-4 point guard in high school before I got even fatter and moved to PF in college so I always loved guys who didnt fit the so called ideal mold. I havent been serious about the nba for about 4 seasons now, I watch once in a while. It just got to be too "street" for a while, no real jumpshooters or actual skilled players just huge guys trying to outdunk eachother all the time and no defence. My friends have been telling me its been going the other way now with more and more "players" who have actual skills.
you know what really bugs me about how toronto is treated? Bosh is a douchebag, we put up with his learning curve, his aversion to physical play and defence and now he makes huge coin in miami where he doesnt fit anyway lol VC was never anything more than a great 6th man who could dunk and score but couldnt d up my gramma or make shots in the clutch and Mcgrady could have been something special if he would have just played ball. yet all of our best guys stick around to drive up their value then jump ship. whats really sad is my favourite raptors team was the earliest one. bah
Maybe I'll start following OKC, I like teams that pound it inside but have enough skill to move the ball around. TO is too much finesse but not with skill.