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2018-2019 NBA Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Wizard, Nov 5, 2018.

  1. Wizard

    Wizard Do you feel it? The moon's power!

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    This is the chat where the few of us who are interested can discuss this year's NBA season! Let's stay on task and have some fun!

    My first thought goes to the MVP race, and I think Giannis Antetokounmpo is the early frontrunner. He has been leading the Bucks to be one of the best teams in the league, and he's dominating everybody.
     
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    Great thread. I forget his greek compatriot but he got dunked on my Giannis and I found it funny. I love the guy and he's an athletic beast.
     
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    Here's who I think will be in the Eastern Conference Playoff Prediction

    1. Raptors
    2. Celtics
    3. Bucks
    4. Sixers
    5. Wizards
    6. Hornets
    7. Pacers
    8. Pistons

    And Western Conference Playoff Prediction
    1. Warriors
    2. Rockets
    3. Trailblazers
    4. Spurs
    5. Lakers
    6. Jazz
    7. Thunder
    8. Pelicans
     
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  4. Wizard

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    I like your predictions, the only thing I would change is that the Nuggets make the playoffs, possibly over the Thunder. I think Denver has one of the best offenses, and a solid young core.

    Here are my preseason predictions at the season awards:

    MVP: Anthony Davis
    DPOY: Rudy Gobert
    ROY: Trae Young
    MIP: Tim Hardaway Jr.
    6th: Terry Rozier
    COY: Quinn Snyder
     
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    I can agree with all that. I still like OKC's chances though, even when they lost Melo. Adams is still a top center and they did good in keeping PG13 with Westbrook to remain a solid core 3. Denver does have a nice offense and they've been killing it since the season's start. I think they'll be a big surprise.

    Jamal Murray was on fire tonight. Dropping 48 on the damn Celtics? Hot damn
     
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    Kobe with the Lakers > LeBron with Lakers, that's a legacy you can't touch.
     
  7. Wizard

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    I think OKC is a great team, but they need to get their act together fast before they miss their chance in the playoff race.

    Murray is going to be an all star in a few years, I believe. Great young player

    Lebron and the Lakers has definitely been underwhelming so far. Lebron would have to win 5 rings to catch up to his Lakers legacy, and we all know that won't happen.
     

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