There is eight seeds in the the Eastern Conference. No way in hell New Jersey or Miami will be better come playoff time. So even if we were to go by that the Pistons would be the 7th seed entering the playoffs. Making you crazy, but not as crazy as this guy
I didn't say that I was just putting those teams so you can see how far you'd probably go lol agienst better teams in the east.
Last edited by Yung D-Will : 12-20-2008 at 07:08 AM.
-Okur and Sheed demand a defender that's willing to guard the long ball. When they get that defender, they take them inside and body them.
-Milsap is all strength. Prince is all length.
-Williams v Stucky should be nice to watch.
-Who's going to guard Iverson? Who's Iverson going to guard? Two very important questions.
I am tired of waiting for Williams to turn it on, attack the rim, nail step back jumpers and control the game again. If he doesn't get moving, the ASG might be too far out of reach, especially with Roy dropping career highs left and right.
Detroit and Utah both play very physical basketball and execute well in the half court set. Utah is going to need to defend, rebound and move right into pushing the ball. We'll see how Okur and Milsap handle the outlet pass duties.
ArE YoU even paying attention to the Nuggets since the trade? Billups has turned the Nuggets into a defensive powerhouse. Look at the stats. Pistons, once the hallmark of defensive, are allowing nearly 100! points now. Marinate in that.
FEAR the Nuggets! Yeah be scared. They goin win the Northwest.
Quick quick, what's Utah's record against Northwest Division teams?