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All right, I've got to share some hometown love and say the Oklahoma City Thunder. Kevin Durant had a fantastic season last year and had great people all around him. I can't wait to see how this season plays out for them because I know they'll be even better than last year.

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sanford wrote:All right, I've got to share some hometown love and say the Oklahoma City Thunder. Kevin Durant had a fantastic season last year and had great people all around him. I can't wait to see how this season plays out for them because I know they'll be even better than last year.
Compare Russell Westbrook's stats with Lebron's 8-)

Westbrook is a stud

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Westbrook's like a Jack Russell terrier on crack. Guess his first name is fitting.

I remember watching him last year thinking "Where the hell did this guy come from." He was always so damn fast. It was unbelievable his skill. ALL of them were like that. I remember last year was a proud year for Oklahomans. A team with such young players doing so well. Hopefully that continues through this year.

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EASTERN CONFERENCE

1. Boston Celtics - 9 / 3
2. Orlando Magic - 9 / 3
3. Chicago Bulls - 7 / 4
4. Miami Heat - 8 / 5
5. Atlanta Hawks - 8 / 5
6. Indiana Pacers - 5 / 6
7. New York Knicks - 6 / 8
8. Cleveland Cavaliers - 5 / 7
9. Milwaukee Bucks - 5 / 8
10. Charlotte Bobcats - 5 / 8
11. Washington Wizards - 4 / 7
12. Detroit Pistons - 4 / 8
13. Toronto Raptors - 4 / 9
14. New Jersey Nets - 4 / 9
15. Philadelphia 76ers - 3 / 10

WESTERN CONFERENCE

1. San Antonio Spurs - 11 / 1
2. New Orleans Hornets - 10 / 1
3. Los Angeles Lakers - 11 / 2
4. Oklahoma City Thunder - 9 / 4
5. Dallas Mavericks - 8 / 4
6. Utah Jazz - 9 / 5
7. Golden State Warriors - 7 / 5
8. Portland Trail Blazers - 8 / 6
9. Denver Nuggets - 7 / 6
10. Phoenix Suns - 6 / 7
11. Sacramento Kings - 4 / 7
12. Memphis Grizzlies - 5 / 9
13. Minnesota Timberwolves - 4 / 10
14. Houston Rockets - 3 / 9
15. Los Angeles Clippers - 1 / 13 :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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I don't know what it is with the clippers, I always catch their games and they are winning in the third, and then the wheels come off and they lose the game. Griffin and Gordon are so creative and athletic but then when it comes to closing games they just can't get the job done.

But I think it is b/w LAL and Magic when it come to the chip, and why not throw SAS in the mix they are flying under the radar right now and playing good basketball, but something tells me when it comes to the final stretch the injury bug might catch up to them with their aging players. Lakers bench is just too deep, combine that with arguably the best coach in the league (Jerry is up their) and the best player in the world right now and it most likely will be a Laker year again.

PS Rudy Gay> LeBron
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Dodd wrote:I don't know what it is with the clippers, I always catch their games and they are winning in the third, and then the wheels come off and they lose the game. Griffin and Gordon are so creative and athletic but then when it comes to closing games they just can't get the job done.

But I think it is b/w LAL and Magic when it come to the chip, and why not throw SAS in the mix they are flying under the radar right now and playing good basketball, but something tells me when it comes to the final stretch the injury bug might catch up to them with their aging players. Lakers bench is just too deep, combine that with arguably the best coach in the league (Jerry is up their) and the best player in the world right now and it most likely will be a Laker year again.

PS Rudy Gay> LeBron
I don't know the last time a 1-13 team were so fun to watch... and don't count out the Hornets from making some noise. I don't think the Spurs will be able to last through the playoffs with their age though, but who knows.

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Boston Celtics - 9 / 4
Toronto Raptors - 5 / 9
Washington Wizards - 4 / 8
Detroit Pistons - 5 / 8
New Orleans Hornets - 11 / 1
Sacramento Kings - 4 / 8
Golden State Warriors - 7 / 6
Los Angeles Lakers - 12 / 2

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