NBA 2008-2009

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NBA 2008-2009

Postby Brock » Mon Oct 06, 2008 8:38 pm

any predictions on ROY, MVP, Finals
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Re: NBA 2008-2009

Postby Ren » Wed Oct 08, 2008 2:42 pm

ROY: Johnson
MVP: Garnett
Finals: Spurs/Celtics
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Re: NBA 2008-2009

Postby Brock » Wed Oct 08, 2008 3:23 pm

ROY: Beasley
MVP: Paul
Finals: Pistons/Hornets
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Re: NBA 2008-2009

Postby andrew » Sun Oct 12, 2008 5:49 pm

wizards = last place
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Re: NBA 2008-2009

Postby Dan » Sun Oct 12, 2008 11:59 pm

i am a band-wagon NBA fan...i love chris paul and the hornets!!
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Re: NBA 2008-2009

Postby Jellis » Tue Oct 14, 2008 1:58 pm

I refuse to do predictions as they always back fire on me, but I am excited to see the cavs now that they added a second scoring option and picked up 2 young big men
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Re: NBA 2008-2009

Postby Brock » Tue Oct 14, 2008 2:22 pm

Jellis wrote:I refuse to do predictions as they always back fire on me, but I am excited to see the cavs now that they added a second scoring option and picked up 2 young big men


Mo Williams will help but he hasnt played 80 games or more since the 04-05 season

in the East i like the Hawks, Magic, 76ers to be better
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Re: NBA 2008-2009

Postby Jellis » Tue Oct 14, 2008 3:37 pm

Brock wrote:
Jellis wrote:I refuse to do predictions as they always back fire on me, but I am excited to see the cavs now that they added a second scoring option and picked up 2 young big men


Mo Williams will help but he hasnt played 80 games or more since the 04-05 season

in the East i like the Hawks, Magic, 76ers to be better



really I think the Hawks will have a lot of trouble, childress did a lot for that team and his loss will be felt
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Re: NBA 2008-2009

Postby Ryan » Tue Oct 14, 2008 10:08 pm

yo adam morrison is back. watch out for them bobcats!
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Re: NBA 2008-2009

Postby nferg18 » Tue Oct 14, 2008 10:17 pm

andrew wrote:wizards = last place

Juan Dixon will make sure that doesnt happen
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Re: NBA 2008-2009

Postby Brock » Tue Oct 14, 2008 10:34 pm

Jellis wrote:
Brock wrote:
Jellis wrote:I refuse to do predictions as they always back fire on me, but I am excited to see the cavs now that they added a second scoring option and picked up 2 young big men


Mo Williams will help but he hasnt played 80 games or more since the 04-05 season

in the East i like the Hawks, Magic, 76ers to be better



really I think the Hawks will have a lot of trouble, childress did a lot for that team and his loss will be felt


yea but it also means more time for Marvin Williams and a full season with Bibby
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Re: NBA 2008-2009

Postby Meng » Thu Oct 16, 2008 6:49 pm

I'm doing my first basketball league in a while and need some help. I'm a casual basketball fan so that is why I'm asking for help.

This league has no bench, 16 starters, and is a 15 team league so naturally, I have a lot of crap starting. My last 4 picks in the draft were D.J. Augustin, Maurice Evans, Semih Erden, and Othello Hunter. Are they all garbage?

The top 15 guys on the waiver wire (they all clear tomorrow) are Bonzi Wells, Matt Harpring, Marquis Daniels, Kareem Rush. Jason Williams, Devin Brown, Mark Blount, Keyon Dooling, Fred Jones, Tony Allen, Travis Diener, Damon Jones, Shawne Williams, Johan Petro, and Reggie Evans.

Which of these guys would you pick up and who would you drop?
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Re: NBA 2008-2009

Postby Brock » Fri Oct 17, 2008 7:36 am

Meng wrote:I'm doing my first basketball league in a while and need some help. I'm a casual basketball fan so that is why I'm asking for help.

This league has no bench, 16 starters, and is a 15 team league so naturally, I have a lot of crap starting. My last 4 picks in the draft were D.J. Augustin, Maurice Evans, Semih Erden, and Othello Hunter. Are they all garbage?

The top 15 guys on the waiver wire (they all clear tomorrow) are Bonzi Wells, Matt Harpring, Marquis Daniels, Kareem Rush. Jason Williams, Devin Brown, Mark Blount, Keyon Dooling, Fred Jones, Tony Allen, Travis Diener, Damon Jones, Shawne Williams, Johan Petro, and Reggie Evans.

Which of these guys would you pick up and who would you drop?


I like the Augustin Pick, Mo Evans only has value if he beats out Flip Murray for more time...Erden and Hunter you can drop

most of the guys you listed either will get little playing time or not even in the NBA...any chance Batum is avail?

I would go for Petro if he starts...what is you're full team?
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Re: NBA 2008-2009

Postby Meng » Fri Oct 17, 2008 2:24 pm

PG: Chauncey Billups
PG: Chris Duhon
SG: Ray Allen
SG: Josh Howard
G: Richard Hamilton
G: Raja Bell
SF: Tyrus Thomas
SF: Michael Finlay
PF: Amare Stoudemire
PF: Tim Duncan
F: Zach Randolph
F: Maurice Evans
C: Joakim Noah
C: Mark Blount
Util: Delonte West
Util: Thabo Sefalosha
Util: D.J. Augustin
Util: J.J. Redick

Remember, this is a 15 team league.
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Re: NBA 2008-2009

Postby Brock » Fri Oct 17, 2008 2:41 pm

Meng wrote:PG: Chauncey Billups
PG: Chris Duhon
SG: Ray Allen
SG: Josh Howard
G: Richard Hamilton
G: Raja Bell
SF: Tyrus Thomas
SF: Michael Finlay
PF: Amare Stoudemire
PF: Tim Duncan
F: Zach Randolph
F: Maurice Evans
C: Joakim Noah
C: Mark Blount
Util: Delonte West
Util: Thabo Sefalosha
Util: D.J. Augustin
Util: J.J. Redick

Remember, this is a 15 team league.


I would dump Redick...Did you take Amare in the top 4?

the biggest weakness on you're team is the PG position and then Center...players i would try and trade for are stuckey, matt barnes, salmons, thad young
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