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#1 Pedro Cerrano

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Posted 19 October 2012 - 12:53 PM

We will see how this goes....

ATLANTIC
Boston (2)
New York (4)
Philadelphia (5)
Brooklyn (8)
Toronto

SOUTHEAST
Miami (1)
Washington
Atlanta
Orlando
Charlotte

CENTRAL
Indiana (3)
Chicago ( 6)
Milwaukee (7)
Cleveland
Detroit

SOUTHWEST
San Antonio (3)
Dallas (6)
Memphis (7)
Houston
New Orleans

NORTHWEST
Oklahoma City (2)
Denver (5)
Minnesota (8)
Utah
Portland

PACIFIC
LA Lakers (1)
LA Clippers (4)
Golden State
Sacramento
Phoenix

EAST PLAYOFFS
Miami over Brooklyn
Philadelphia over New York
Chicago over Indiana
Boston over Milwaukee

Miami over Philadelphia
Chicago over Boston

Miami over Chicago

WEST PLAYOFFS
LA Lakers over Minnesota
LA Clippers over Denver
Dallas over San Antonio
Oklahoma City over Memphis

LA Lakers over LA Clippers
Oklahoma City over Dallas

LA Lakers over Oklahoma City

THE FINALS
LA Lakers over Miami in 7

A few notes:
-Both Chicago and Minnesota would be ranked higher were it not for pre-season injuries (Rose,Love, Rubio)
- Home Court advantage will be huge in the Finals. I think LA has the best regular season record and thus will have home court in the Finals which will make the difference.

COACH OF THE YEAR: Randy Wittman (heh, why not?)
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Bradley Beal
MVP: LeBron, of course
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#2 FlavaDave10

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Posted 24 October 2012 - 11:36 AM

We will see how this goes....

ATLANTIC
Boston (2)
New York (4)
Philadelphia (5)
Brooklyn (8)
Toronto

SOUTHEAST
Miami (1)
Washington
Atlanta
Orlando
Charlotte

CENTRAL
Indiana (3)
Chicago ( 6)
Milwaukee (7)
Cleveland
Detroit

SOUTHWEST
San Antonio (3)
Dallas (6)
Memphis (7)
Houston
New Orleans

NORTHWEST
Oklahoma City (2)
Denver (5)
Minnesota (8)
Utah
Portland

PACIFIC
LA Lakers (1)
LA Clippers (4)
Golden State
Sacramento
Phoenix

EAST PLAYOFFS
Miami over Brooklyn
Philadelphia over New York
Chicago over Indiana
Boston over Milwaukee

Miami over Philadelphia
Chicago over Boston

Miami over Chicago

WEST PLAYOFFS
LA Lakers over Minnesota
LA Clippers over Denver
Dallas over San Antonio
Oklahoma City over Memphis

LA Lakers over LA Clippers
Oklahoma City over Dallas

LA Lakers over Oklahoma City

THE FINALS
LA Lakers over Miami in 7

A few notes:
-Both Chicago and Minnesota would be ranked higher were it not for pre-season injuries (Rose,Love, Rubio)
- Home Court advantage will be huge in the Finals. I think LA has the best regular season record and thus will have home court in the Finals which will make the difference.

COACH OF THE YEAR: Randy Wittman (heh, why not?)
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Bradley Beal
MVP: LeBron, of course


East:
1. Miami
2. Boston
3. Chicago
4. 76ers
5. Indiana
6. Knicks
7. Brooklyn
8. Milwaukee

Miami beats Milwaukee
Boston beats Brooklyn
Chicago beats Knicks
Philly beats Indiana

Miami beats 76ers, but it's going to 7 games. Calling it now.
Boston beats Bulls

Miami beats Boston

West:
1. Thunder
2. Spurs
3. Lakers (Still not 100% sold on how Bryant, Nash, and Howard are going to mash)
4. Denver
5. LA Clippers
6. Memphis
7. Dallas
8. New Orleans Hornets (Anthony Davis and Austin Rivers will make this team a playoff team)

Thunder beats Hornets
Mavs beat Spurs
Lakers beat Grizzlies
Clippers beat Denver

Thunder beat Mavs
Lakers beat Clippers

Lakers beat Thunder

NBA FINALS:
Miami over Lakers in 6

AWARDS:
MVP- Kevin Durant
ROTY- Anthony Davis
Coach of the Year- Doug Collins

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#3 Oriole85

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Posted 24 October 2012 - 12:38 PM

COACH OF THE YEAR: Randy Wittman (heh, why not?)

Has a coach ever won COY from a team that didn't make the playoffs?
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#4 BSLMikeLowe

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Posted 29 October 2012 - 11:43 PM

Has a coach ever won COY from a team that didn't make the playoffs?


I forget the year, but Doc Rivers did it in his rookie season as a coach with Orlando. They had basically started a rebuild and he took a team of nobodies and got them within a game or two of the playoffs.

#5 BSLMikeLowe

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Posted 30 October 2012 - 12:06 AM

Since it's the eve of the new season, I better toss my hat in the ring now.

ATLANTIC
Boston (2)
Brooklyn (6)
New York (7)
Philadelphia (8)
Toronto

SOUTHEAST
Miami (1)
Atlanta (5)
Washington
Orlando
Charlotte

CENTRAL
Indiana (3)
Chicago (4)
Detroit
Milwaukee
Cleveland


SOUTHWEST
San Antonio (1)
Memphis (6)
Dallas (8)
New Orleans
Houston

NORTHWEST
Oklahoma City (3)
Denver (4)
Utah (7)
Minnesota
Portland

PACIFIC
LA Lakers (2)
LA Clippers (5)
Golden State
Sacramento
Phoenix

East Finals: Miami over Boston
West Finals: Lakers over Denver
NBA Finals: Miami over Lakers

MVP: LBJ
ROY: Anthony Davis
COY: George Karl




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