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Old 07-06-2006, 02:20 AM   #31
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jesus, people really don't respect the Grizz do they. Multiple people leave them out of the playoffs?

That is what going 0-12 in the most important games of the last three years will do to a team.

They'll probably get a playoff spot, and they probably won't do anything with it. Losing Bobby Jackson hurts. If Gay doesn't pan out or they suffer another injury like Stoudamire's I can see them being in the lottery.
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Old 07-06-2006, 03:24 AM   #32
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The Hornets look alright but theirs other teams who have improved on last year.
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Old 07-06-2006, 10:53 AM   #33
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Bobby Jackson $25 million, Peja $65 million and Chandler $55 million.
Now that is risk as hell. Jackson has been injuried the past three years and so has Peja. I don't like any of these signings, however Jackson's signing is the best of the three with Peja's being the worst of the three. No way is he worth 13 million a year.
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They look good on paper and i wont be surprised if they made the playoffs. Werent they in the running for a spot before the Paul injury?
This is my top 8 in the West
Mavericks
Suns
Spurs
Nuggets
Clippers
Lakers
Rockets
Kings

With these 3 competing with the Kings for the final spot.
Hornets
Jazz
Grizzlies
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They look good on paper and i wont be surprised if they made the playoffs. Werent they in the running for a spot before the Paul injury?
This is my top 8 in the West
Mavericks
Suns
Spurs
Nuggets
Clippers
Lakers
Rockets
Kings

With these 3 competing with the Kings for the final spot.
Hornets
Jazz
Grizzlies

The Rockets will only make the playoffs IF T-Mac and Yao stay healthy, which won't ever happen, so you can scratch them. The Lakers could make it if their young bigs (Kwame, Bynum) can help Kobe carry some of the load, and Radmonovich can suck my left nut. The Jazz are another team that must stay healthy in order to make it. Kirilenko and Boozer would definitely start on my All-Injured All The Time list, but when healthy they are among the best in the game at their position. I think it will pan out like this:

1. Mavericks
2. Spurs
3. Suns
4. Clippers
5. Nuggets
6. Kings
7. Jazz
8. Hornets
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