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Broy007 / Player since Monday, May 3rd 2006
Is it just me or has these playoffs been a flop. With the Cavs demolishing their opponents, Orlando wipping Philly without Dwight Howard, Atlanta and Miami never played a game closer than 20 points. The only exception is the AMAZING series Celts VS Bulls. On the west side there has been no good series period. Lakers VS Jazz sleeper, Denver VS Hornets the nuggets won by
leoonfire95 / Player since Monday, May 3rd 2006
In my opinion, it has to be the lakers coming to town April 8, 2011. With the playoffs a few days away, it could change the whole landscape of the western conference. Plus its extra heated considering its the lakers, our most hated rivals. I could see this game putting the blazers at the top of western conference if we were to win. But hey, that's just one man's opinion, give me your thoughts.
I've been going over this and I'm thinking someone like the cavs for a first round pick? I don't know though, I need other opinions!
Max Mandel / Player since Monday, May 3rd 2006
Before entering the NBA after his junior year of college, Al Horford was a key member of one of the best teams in college basketball history. Horford was the starting PF for the Florida Gators and helped lead the school to back-to-back NCAA championships.
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