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Peck
10-31-2004, 05:24 AM
It's that time of year again. It's time to make the call about how all of the teams will do this year. Also we will include the usual awards of M.V.P., R.O.Y., D.P.O.Y., C.O.Y. & sixth man.

I'll start.

Eastern Conferance

Atlantic Division

New York Knicks (5)
Philadelphia 76ers (8)
Boston Celtics
New Jersey Nets
Toronto Raptors

Central Division

Detroit Pistons (1)
Indiana Pacers (3)
Milwaukee Bucks (6)
Cleveland Cavaliers
Chicago Bulls

Southeast Division

Miami Heat (2)
Orlando Magic (4)
Washington Wizards (7)
Atlanta Hawks
Charlotte Bobcats


Western Conferance

Northwest Division

Minnesota Timberwolves (3)
Denver Nuggets (4)
Utah Jazz
Portland Trailblazers
Seattle Sonics

Pacific Division

Sacramento Kings (2)
Phoenix Suns (6)
L.A. Lakers (7)
Golden State Warriors
L.A. Clippers

Southwest Division

San Antonio Spurs (1)
Memphis Grizzlies (5)
Houston Rockets (8)
Dallas Mavericks
New Orleans Hornets


World Champions - Detroit Pistons

M.V.P.- Shaq
D.P.O.Y. - Ben Wallace
C.O.Y. - Jeff Bzdelik
R.O.Y. - Shawn Livingston
sixthman of the year - Antonio McDyse
M.I.P. - Al Harrington


On the Pacers front.

M.V.P. - Jermaine O'Neal
scoring leader - Ron Artest
Rebounding leader - Jermaine O'Neal
Assist leader - Jamaal Tinsely
Steal Leader - Stephen Jackson

SoupIsGood
10-31-2004, 07:58 AM
For scoring leader, do you mean points per game, or total points?

Unclebuck
10-31-2004, 08:45 AM
Peck, I've been waiting for this thread. Although you did not predict the Pacers number of wins.

Pacers will win 55 games.

Eastern conference playoff teams.

1) Pistons - 62 wins
2) Heat - 56 wins
3) Pacers - 55 wins
4) Sixers - 45 wins
5) Nets - 44 wins
6) Cavs - 42 wins
7) Bucks - 41 wins
8) Knicks - 38 wins.

burnzone
10-31-2004, 08:54 AM
Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

Philadelphia 76ers 50-32 (3)
Boston Celtics 49-33 (5)
New York Knicks 43-39 (7)
New Jersey Nets
Toronto Raptors

Central Division

Indiana Pacers 60-22 (1)
Detroit Pistons 56-26 (4)
Cleveland Cavaliers 41-41 (8)
Milwaukee Bucks
Chicago Bulls

Southeast Division

Miami Heat 57-25 (2)
Orlando Magic 45-37 (6)
Washington Wizards
Atlanta Hawks
Charlotte Bobcats


Western Conference

Northwest Division

Minnesota Timberwolves 56-26 (2)
Denver Nuggets 47-35 (7)
Utah Jazz
Portland Trailblazers
Seattle Sonics

Pacific Division

Sacramento Kings 55-27 (3)
Phoenix Suns 50-32 (5)
L.A. Lakers 45-37 (8)
Golden State Warriors
L.A. Clippers

Southwest Division

San Antonio Spurs 58-24 (1)
Houston Rockets 52-30 (4)
Dallas Mavericks 49-33 (6)
New Orleans Hornets
Memphis Grizzlies


World Champions - Indiana Pacers

M.V.P.- Tim Duncan
D.P.O.Y. - Ron Artest
C.O.Y. - Johnny Davis
R.O.Y. - Andre Iguodala
Sixthman of the year - Stephen Jackson
M.I.P. - Jonathan Bender

Pacers Awards

M.V.P. - Jermaine O'Neal
Scoring leader - Jermaine O'Neal
Rebounding leader - Jermaine O'Neal
Assist leader - Jamaal Tinsley
Steal Leader - Ron Artest

MSA2CF
10-31-2004, 10:33 AM
Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

Philadelphia 76ers 58-24 (2)
New York Knicks 49-33 (5)
Boston Celtics
New Jersey Nets
Toronto Raptors

Central Division

Detroit Pistons 65-17 (1)
Indiana Pacers 50-32 (4)
Milwaukee Bucks 48-34 (6)
Cleveland Cavaliers 48-34 (7)
Chicago Bulls

Southeast Division

Miami Heat 57-25 (3)
Charlotte Bobcats 44-44 (8)
Orlando Magic
Washington Wizards
Atlanta Hawks


Western Conference

Northwest Division

Denver Nuggets 56-26 (2)
Minnesota Timberwolves 56-26 (4)
Utah Jazz
Portland Trailblazers
Seattle Sonics

Pacific Division

Phoenix Suns 54-28 (3)
L.A. Clippers 53-29 (5)
Sacramento Kings 53-29 (6)
L.A. Lakers
Golden State Warriors

Southwest Division

Memphis Grizzlies 58-24 (1)
San Antonio Spurs 50-32 (7)
Houston Rockets 49-33 (8)
Dallas Mavericks
New Orleans Hornets


World Champions - Phoenix Suns

M.V.P.- Pau Gasol
D.P.O.Y. - Theo Ratliff
C.O.Y. - Bernie Bickerstaff
R.O.Y. - Shaun Livingston
Sixthman of the year - Earl Watson (unless Jason Williams is injured; I looked at Memphis's game last night and JW didn't play...If he's injured and Earl starts, then I choose Brian Cardinal)
M.I.P. - Primoz Brezec

Pacers Awards

M.V.P. - Jamaal Tinsley
Scoring leader - Jermaine O'Neal
Rebounding leader - Jermaine O'Neal
Assist leader - Jamaal Tinsley
Steal Leader - Stephen Jackson
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Will someone please check and see if my seedings are correctly done?

Hicks
10-31-2004, 01:38 PM
Don't forget you can't have the 1 and 3 seed be from the same division anymore.

Pig Nash
10-31-2004, 02:06 PM
Eastern Conferance

Atlantic Division

Philadelphia 76ers (3rd seed)
Boston Celtics (6th seed)
New York Knicks
New Jersey Nets
Toronto Raptors

Central Division

Indiana Pacers (1st seed)
Detroit Pistons (4th seed)
Cleveland Cavaliers(7th seed)
Milwaukee Bucks
Chicago Bulls

Southeast Division

Miami Heat (2nd seed)
Orlando Magic (5th seed)
Washington Wizards (8th seed)
Atlanta Hawks
Charlotte Bobcats


Western Conferance

Northwest Division

Minnesota Timberwolves (1st Seed)
Denver Nuggets (4th seed)
Utah Jazz(8th seed)
Portland Trailblazers
Seattle Sonics

Pacific Division

Sacramento Kings (3rd Seed)
Phoenix Suns (6th seed)
Golden State Warriors
L.A. Lakers
L.A. Clippers

Southwest Division

San Antonio Spurs (2nd seed)
Memphis Grizzlies (5th seed)
Houston Rockets (7th seed)
New Orleans Hornets
Dallas Mavericks

World Champions - Detroit Pistons

M.V.P.- Shaq
D.P.O.Y. - Andrei Kirelinko
C.O.Y. - Johnny Davis
R.O.Y. - Rafael Araujo
sixthman of the year - Jonathan Bender
M.I.P. - Al Harrington


On the Pacers front.

M.V.P. - Jermaine O'Neal
scoring leader - stephen jackson
Rebounding leader - Jermaine O'Neal
Assist leader - Jamaal Tinsley
Steal Leader - jamaal tinsley

ChicagoJ
10-31-2004, 02:41 PM
Wow. The homers are out in full force today.

You all realize we'll be missing 3/5 of our starting lineup, plus at least one of our primary backups, for at least a month. Last year's twelfth man, who can't keep out of foul trouble, is starting at C, his backup is a rookie who missed almost all of the preseason, and third-string is an undrafted rookie who's only been playing for five years and our GM gave the ringing endorsement of, "He is [in the league], for now.".

So we'll start December by basically repeating training camp. For all practical purposes, our seasoon doesn't start until January 1.

Come playoff time, we'll be fine. But we'll have to be blistering hot in the spring to finish with north of 50 wins.

Pacers = 4th seed
Lose to Detroit in second round
MVP = Duncan
Pacers MVP = Artest
Pacers leading scorer = Jackson

I'll fill in the rest later...

EDIT: NBA Champs = SA Spurs

Unclebuck
10-31-2004, 04:27 PM
Jay, I can buy your arguments, but please tell us who is going to the the 3rd seed.


One other thing I am very much taking the Pacers injuries into account. If the Pacers were healthy I would be predicting 60 wins.

November is the easiest time of the year to get some cheap wins, many teams aren't ready coming out of training camp, and with so many players changing teams, November will be very unpredictable.

obnoxiousmodesty
10-31-2004, 04:41 PM
Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

Philadelphia 76ers (48-34) (3)
Boston Celtics (44-38) (5)
New York Knicks (41-41) (7)
Toronto Raptors
New Jersey Nets

Central Division

Detroit Pistons (59-23) (1)
Indiana Pacers (56-26) (4)
Cleveland Cavaliers (42-40) (6)
Milwaukee Bucks
Chicago Bulls

Southeast Division

Miami Heat (55-27) (2)
Orlando Magic (40-42) (8)
Washington Wizards
Atlanta Hawks
Charlotte Bobcats

Western Conference

Northwest Division

Minnesota Timberwolves (60-22) (1)
Utah Jazz (50-32) (7)
Denver Nuggets (48-34) (8)
Portland Trailblazers
Seattle Sonics

Southwest Division

San Antonio Spurs (58-24) (2)
Dallas Mavericks (54-28) (4)
Houston Rockets (54-28) (5)
Memphis Grizzlies
New Orleans Hornets

Pacific Division

Sacramento Kings (55-27) (3)
Phoenix Suns (52-30) (6)
L.A. Lakers
Golden State Warriors
L.A. Clippers

World Champions - San Antonio Spurs

M.V.P.- Shaquille O'Neal
D.P.O.Y. - Ben Wallace
C.O.Y. - Mike D'Antoni
R.O.Y. - Andre Iguodala
Sixthman of the Year - Stephen Jackson
M.I.P. - Jonathan Bender

Pacers Awards

M.V.P. - Jermaine O'Neal
Scoring leader - Jermaine O'Neal
Rebounding leader - Jermaine O'Neal
Assist leader - Jamaal Tinsley
Steal Leader - Stephen Jackson

ChicagoJ
10-31-2004, 09:00 PM
Jay, I can buy your arguments, but please tell us who is going to the the 3rd seed.


One other thing I am very much taking the Pacers injuries into account. If the Pacers were healthy I would be predicting 60 wins.

November is the easiest time of the year to get some cheap wins, many teams aren't ready coming out of training camp, and with so many players changing teams, November will be very unpredictable.




I don't understand your 'third seed' question - we're obviously assuming Detroit and Miami will win thier divisions. I guess Philly will probably win the Atlantic, so by definition they'll get the third seed.

Do I think we'll have a better record than Philly? Before the injury outbreak, yes. Now, I don't know. It will be close.

Our ability to pick off some early, unexpected victories last November really boosted our season. I agree with your point on November, I just think we're the team that our opponents will pick up some 'cheap wins' against.

dipperdunk
10-31-2004, 09:14 PM
It's nice to see the 76ers getting some love in this thread. :cool:

My predictions...

Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

Philadelphia 76ers 45-37 (3)
New York Knicks 44-38 (5)
Boston Celtics 43-39 (6)
New Jersey Nets
Toronto Raptors

Central Division

Detroit Pistons 58-24 (1)
Indiana Pacers 55-27 (4)
Milwaukee Bucks 42-40 (7)
Cleveland Cavaliers 42-40 (8)
Chicago Bulls

Southeast Division

Miami Heat 49-33 (2)
Orlando Magic
Washington Wizards
Atlanta Hawks
Charlotte Bobcats


Western Conference

Northwest Division

Minnesota Timberwolves 57-25 (2)
Denver Nuggets 54-28 (5)
Utah Jazz 49-33 (7)
Portland Trailblazers
Seattle Sonics

Pacific Division

Phoenix Suns 51-31 (3)
Sacramento Kings 49-33 (8)
L.A. Lakers
Golden State Warriors
L.A. Clippers

Southwest Division

San Antonio Spurs 60-22 (1)
Houston Rockets 58-24 (4)
Dallas Mavericks 50-32 (6)
Memphis Grizzlies
New Orleans Hornets



World Champions - Pistons Over Houston

M.V.P.- Tracy McGrady
D.P.O.Y. - Ron Artest
C.O.Y. - Jeff Van Gundy
R.O.Y. - J.R. Smith
Sixthman of the year - Troy Hudson
M.I.P. - Carlos Arroyo

Pacers Awards

M.V.P. - Jermaine O'Neal
Scoring leader - Jermaine O'Neal
Rebounding leader - Jermaine O'Neal
Assist leader - Jamaal Tinsley
Steal Leader - Ron Artest

Unclebuck
10-31-2004, 09:40 PM
Jay, I'm sorry, still not used to the new divisions yet. I thought you were saying a team other than the Heat or Pistons were going to have a better record than the Pacers. My fault. I'm getting old, just turned 35 years old you know. I think you just did also. Hope you had a great Birthday,

DisplacedKnick
10-31-2004, 10:50 PM
EC

Atlantic

NY (3)
Philly (5)
NJ (6)
Toronto
Boston

Central

Detroit (1)
Pacers (4)
Cleveland (7)
Milwaukee
Chicago

SE

Miami (2)
Washington (8)
Orlando
Atlanta
Charlotte

WC

SW

Spurs (1)
Houston (5)
Memphis (6)
Dallas (7)
NO

NW

Minn (2)
Den (4)
Portland
Utah
Seattle

Pacific

Sacto (3)
Lakers (8)
Phoenix
GS
Clippers

Finals: Pistons vs Spurs

Champion: Pistons (I really want to pick the Spurs but I have a policy about this with defending champs who haven't changed much - or got better)
MVP: Shaq
DPOY: Duncan
COY: Bzdelik
ROY: Howard
Sixth Man: Crawford
MIP: Okur (struggled with this one - I kept wanting to type Bosh)

I'll let you guys worry about the Pacers.

ahhteeth
10-31-2004, 11:24 PM
I'm sorry if I'm the only one who thinks this, but I feel like the Pistons can be exploited. How I'm not sure but some coach out there will and that's gonna cause them to implode and barely make the play-offs.

Maybe it's just wishful thinking

Jose Slaughter
11-01-2004, 12:28 AM
Eastern Conferance

Atlantic Division

Boston Celtics 3
Philadelphia 76ers 6
New York Knicks
New Jersey Nets
Toronto Raptors

Central Division

Detroit Pistons 1
Indiana Pacers 4
Cleveland Cavaliers 8
Milwaukee Bucks
Chicago Bulls

Southeast Division

Washington Wizards 2
Miami Heat 5
Orlando Magic 7
Atlanta Hawks
Charlotte Bobcats


Western Conferance

Northwest Division

Minnesota Timberwolves 1
Denver Nuggets 4
Utah Jazz 6
Portland Trailblazers
Seattle Sonics

Pacific Division

Sacramento Kings 3
Phoenix Suns
L.A. Lakers
Golden State Warriors
L.A. Clippers

Southwest Division

San Antonio Spurs 2
Dallas Mavericks 5
Memphis Grizzlies 7
Houston Rockets 8
New Orleans Hornets


World Champions - San Antonio Spurs

M.V.P.- Shaq
D.P.O.Y. - Ron Artest
C.O.Y. - Eddie Jordan
R.O.Y. - Dwight Howard
sixthman - Bobby Jackson
M.I.P. - Grant Hill

ChicagoJ
11-01-2004, 12:40 AM
Jay, I'm sorry, still not used to the new divisions yet. I thought you were saying a team other than the Heat or Pistons were going to have a better record than the Pacers. My fault. I'm getting old, just turned 35 years old you know. I think you just did also. Hope you had a great Birthday,

I guess we're middle aged now. ;) I take solace in the fact that MagicRat's got us by a couple months. :devil: But the best part of October birthdays is that basketball historically has gone into full swing on my birthday (of course, that meant back in the day I'd occasionally have a gut-busting 'first practice of the season' at 6am to start my birthday celebration. :irked: )

Fool
11-01-2004, 09:27 AM
Peck, check your seedings.

Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

New York Knicks (3)
Philadelphia 76ers (5)
Boston Celtics
Toronto Raptors
New Jersey Nets

Central Division

Detroit Pistons (1)
Indiana Pacers (4)
Cleveland Cavaliers (7)
Milwaukee Bucks
Chicago Bulls

Southeast Division

Miami Heat (2)
Orlando Magic (6)
Washington Wizards (8)
Atlanta Hawks
Charlotte Bobcats

Western Conference

Northwest Division

Minnesota Timberwolves (2)
Denver Nuggets (4)
Utah Jazz (8)
Portland Trailblazers
Seattle Sonics

Southwest Division

San Antonio Spurs (1)
Dallas Mavericks (5)
Houston Rockets (6)
Memphis Grizzlies
New Orleans Hornets

Pacific Division

Sacramento Kings (3)
Phoenix Suns (7)
L.A. Lakers
L.A. Clippers
Golden State Warriors

World Champions - Detroit Pistons

M.V.P.- Shaq
D.P.O.Y. - Kobe Bryant
C.O.Y. - Johnny Davis
R.O.Y. - Andre Iguodala
sixthman - Brent Barry
M.I.P. - Antonio McDyess

Gyron
11-01-2004, 09:45 AM
Eastern Conferance

Atlantic Division

Philadelphia 76ers (3rd seed)
New York Knicks(5th seed)
Boston Celtics (6th seed)
New Jersey Nets
Toronto Raptors

Central Division

Detroit Pistons (1st seed)
Indiana Pacers (4th seed)
Cleveland Cavaliers(7th seed)
Milwaukee Bucks
Chicago Bulls

Southeast Division

Miami Heat (2nd seed)
Washington Wizards (8th seed)
Orlando Magic
Atlanta Hawks
Charlotte Bobcats


Western Conferance

Northwest Division

Minnesota Timberwolves (1st Seed)
Denver Nuggets (4th seed)
Utah Jazz
Portland Trailblazers
Seattle Sonics

Pacific Division

Sacramento Kings (3rd Seed)
Phoenix Suns (7th seed)
L.A. Lakers(8th seed)
Golden State Warriors
L.A. Clippers

Southwest Division

San Antonio Spurs (2nd seed)
Memphis Grizzlies (5th seed)
Houston Rockets (6th seed)
New Orleans Hornets
Dallas Mavericks

World Champions - Detriot Pistons

M.V.P.- Shaq
D.P.O.Y. - Ron Artest
C.O.Y. - Stan Van Gundy
R.O.Y. - Dwight Howard
sixthman of the year - Stephen Jackson
M.I.P. - Jonathon Bender

Burt_Reincarnated
11-01-2004, 10:04 AM
Atlantic Division

New York Knicks
Philadelphia 76ers 7
Boston Celtics 6
New Jersey Nets 4
Toronto Raptors

Central Division

Detroit Pistons 1
Indiana Pacers 2
Milwaukee Bucks
Cleveland Cavaliers 8
Chicago Bulls

Southeast Division

Miami Heat 3
Orlando Magic 5
Washington Wizards
Atlanta Hawks
Charlotte Bobcats


Western Conferance

Northwest Division

Minnesota Timberwolves 1
Denver Nuggets 3
Utah Jazz 6
Portland Trailblazers
Seattle Sonics

Pacific Division

Sacramento Kings
Phoenix Suns 2
L.A. Lakers 5
Golden State Warriors
L.A. Clippers

Southwest Division

San Antonio Spurs 4
Memphis Grizzlies
Houston Rockets 8
Dallas Mavericks 7
New Orleans Hornets


World Champions - Indiana Pacers

M.V.P.- Ron Artest
D.P.O.Y. - Ron Artest
C.O.Y. - Rick Carlisle
R.O.Y. - Okafer
sixthman of the year - Stephen Jackson (if he qualifies)
M.I.P. - Primoz Brezec


On the Pacers front.

M.V.P. - Ron Artest
scoring leader - Ron Artest
Rebounding leader - Jermaine O'Neal
Assist leader - Jamaal Tinsely
Steal Leader - Ron Artest

Shade
11-01-2004, 11:24 AM
[b]ATLANTIC
1) :sixers: (3)
2) :knicks: (7)
3) :celtics:
4) :nets:
5) :raptors:

CENTRAL
1) :pistons: (1)
2) :pacers: (4)
3) :cavaliers: (5)
4) :bucks: (8)
5) :bulls:

SOUTHEAST
1) :heat: (2)
2) :magic: (6)
3) :wizards:
4) :hawks:
5) :bobcats:

NORTHWEST
1) :timberwolves: (2)
2) :nuggets: (5)
3) :jazz: (8)
4) :blazers:
5) :sonics:

PACIFIC
1) :suns: (3)
2) :lakers: (6)
3) :warriors:
4) :kings:
5) :clippers:

SOUTHWEST
1) :spurs: (1)
2) :grizzlies: (4)
3) :rockets: (7)
4) :mavericks:
5) :hornets:





EAST PLAYOFFS
#1 :pistons: over #8 :bucks:
#2 :heat: over #7 :knicks:
#6 :magic: over #3 :sixers:
#4 :pacers: over #5 :cavaliers:



#4 :pacers: over #1 :pistons:
#2 :heat: over #6 :magic:



#4 :pacers: over #2 :heat:



WEST PLAYOFFS
#1 :spurs: over #8 :jazz:
#2 :timberwolves: over #7 :rockets:
#3 :suns: over #6 :lakers:
#4 :grizzlies: over #5 :nuggets:



#1 :spurs: over #4 :grizzlies:
#2 :timberwolves: over #3 :suns:



#1 :spurs: over #2 :timberwolves:



:trophy:NBA FINALS:trophy:
#4E :pacers: over #1W :spurs:

Hicks
11-01-2004, 12:21 PM
Eastern Conference:

Atlantic:

Philadelphia (2)
Boston (5)
New York (7)
New Jersey
Toronto

Central:

Detroit (1)
Indiana (4)
Cleveland (8)
Milwaukee
Chicago

South East:

Miami (3)
Orlando (6)
Washington
Atlanta
Charlotte

Western:

North West:

Minnesota (2)
Denver (4)
Utah (7)
Portland
Seattle

Pacific:

L.A. Lakers (3)
Phoenix (6)
Sacramento (8)
Golden State
L.A. Clippers

South West:

San Antonio (1)
Houston (5)
Dallas
Memphis
New Orleans

Champions: Detroit

MVP: Shaquille O'Neal
ROY: Emeka Okafor
DPOY: Ron Artest
6th Man: Stephen Jackson
MIP: Al Harrington
COY: Doc Rivers

Mourning
11-01-2004, 03:49 PM
Eastern Conference:

Atlantic:

Philadelphia (3)
Boston (5)
New York (7)
New Jersey
Toronto

Central:

Detroit (1)
Indiana (4)
Cleveland
Milwaukee
Chicago

South East:

Miami (2)
Orlando (6)
Washington (8)
Atlanta
Charlotte

Western:

North West:

Minnesota (2)
Denver (4)
Utah (6)
Portland
Seattle

Pacific:

Sacramento (3)
Phoenix (8)
L.A. Lakers
Golden State
L.A. Clippers

South West:

San Antonio (1)
Houston (7)
Dallas (5)
Memphis
New Orleans

Champions: Detroit

MVP: Shaquille O'Neal
ROY: Andre Iguodala
DPOY: Andrei Kirilenko
6th Man: Jonathan Bender (:fingerscrossed:)
16th Man: Qyntell Woods
MIP: Primoz Brezec
COY: Jerry Sloan

Pacers:
Team MVP: JO
Scoring Leader: JO
Rebounding Leader: JO
Assist Leader: Tinsley
Steal Leader: Artest

Regards,

Mourning:cool:

The_Diddler20
11-01-2004, 03:57 PM
Eastern Conference:

Atlantic:
Philadelphia (3)
New York (5)
Toronto (6)
Boston
New Jersey

Central:
Indiana (2)
Detroit (4)
Miwaukee (8)
Cleveland
Chicago

Southeast
Miami (1)
Orlando (7)
Atlanta
Washington
Charlotte

East Champs= Miami

Western Conference:

Northwest:
Minnesota (2)
Denver (5)
Utah (7)
Portland
Seattle

Pacific:
Sacramento (1)
Phoenix (4)
L.A. Lakers
L.A. Clippers
Golden State

Southwest:
San Antonio (3)
Memphis (6)
Houston (8)
Dallas
New Orleans

West Champs= Minnesota

NBA Champions= :timberwolves:

MVP= Jermaine O'Neal
R.O.Y.= Ben Gordon
D.P.O.Y.= Ben Wallace
6th Man= Bonzi Wells
MIP= Al Harrington
C.O.Y.= Jerry Sloan

MSA2CF
11-01-2004, 04:59 PM
What's with all these Primoz Brezec MIP copycats? :p

waxman
11-01-2004, 05:00 PM
Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

New York Knicks (44-38) (3)
Philadelphia 76ers (43-39) (6)
Toronto
Boston
New Jersey

Central Division

Detroit Pistons (57-25) (1)
Indiana Pacers (53-29) (4)
Cleveland Cavaliers (42-40) (7)
Milwaukee Bucks
Chicago Bulls

Southeast Division

Orlando Magic(50-32) (2)
Miami Heat (49-33) (5)
Washington Wizards 41-41 (8)
Atlanta Hawks
Charlotte Bobcats

Western Conference

Northwest Division

Minnesota Timberwolves (51-31) (2)
Denver Nuggets (50-32) (6)
Utah Jazz (46-36)
Portland Trailblazers
Seattle Sonics

Southwest Division

San Antonio Spurs (55-27) (1)
Dallas Mavericks (54-28) (4)
Houston Rockets (50-32) (5)
Memphis Grizzlies (46-36) (8)
New Orleans Hornets

Pacific Division

Sacramento Kings (50-32) (3)
Phoenix Suns (48-34) (6)
L.A. Lakers (48-34) (7)
Golden State Warriors
L.A. Clippers

World Champions - Indiana Pacers

Kegboy
11-02-2004, 06:39 PM
Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

New York Knicks (3) 46-36
Boston Celtics (5) 45-37
Toronto Raptors (8) 38-44
Philadelphia 76ers 36-46
New Jersey Nets 32-50

Central Division

Detroit Pistons (1) 55-27
Indiana Pacers (4) 54-28
Cleveland Cavaliers (6) 44-38
Milwaukee Bucks 37-45
Chicago Bulls 22-60

Southeast Division

Miami Heat (2) 50-32
Washington Wizards (7) 40-44
Orlando Magic 36-46
Charlotte Bobcats 24-58
Atlanta Hawks 21-61

Western Conference

Northwest Division

Minnesota Timberwolves (3) 53-29
Denver Nuggets (5) 49-33
Utah Jazz (8) 45-37
Portland Trailblazers 41-41
Seattle Sonics 27-55

Southwest Division

San Antonio Spurs (1) 57-25
Memphis Grizzlies (6) 48-34
Houston Rockets (7) 46-36
Dallas Mavericks 43-39
New Orleans Hornets 38-44

Pacific Division

Sacramento Kings (2) 55-27
L.A. Lakers (4) 53-29
Phoenix Suns 40-44
L.A. Clippers 32-50
Golden State Warriors 29-53

World Champions - Indiana Pacers

M.V.P.- Shaq
D.P.O.Y. - Ron Artest
C.O.Y. - Sam Mitchell
R.O.Y. - Emeka Okafor
sixthman - Eric Snow
M.I.P. - Primoz Brezec

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Asked afterward if O'Neal's absence contributed to Charlotte's win, Knight bristled.

"What about Primoz? They didn't have Shaq, but we didn't have Primoz," he said.

ChicagoJ
11-02-2004, 07:26 PM
Sam Smith listed Peanut Butter as his leading candidate to win M.I.P. this season. Also had SJax as his leading candidate for the Sixth Man award - somebody might want to tell Sam that Reggie is injured and Jackson is starting. :rolleyes:

Will Galen
11-02-2004, 08:50 PM
You can determine the seeding from the order of finish. So my predictions are in the order of finish, not seeds.

Eastern Conferance

Atlantic Division

Philadelphia 76ers (4)
New York Knicks (7)
Boston Celtics (8)
New Jersey Nets
Toronto Raptors

Central Division

Indiana Pacers (1)
Detroit Pistons (2)
Cleveland Cavaliers (5)
Milwaukee Bucks (6)
Chicago Bulls

Southeast Division

Miami Heat (3)
Orlando Magic
Washington Wizards
Atlanta Hawks
Charlotte Bobcats


Western Conferance

Northwest Division

Minnesota Timberwolves (1)
Denver Nuggets (6)
Utah Jazz
Portland Trailblazers
Seattle Sonics

Pacific Division

Phoenix Suns (4)
Sacramento Kings (5)
L.A. Lakers
L.A. Clippers
Golden State Warriors

Southwest Division

Dallas Mavericks (2)
San Antonio Spurs (3)
Memphis Grizzlies (7)
Houston Rockets (8)
New Orleans Hornets

Eastern Conference - Indiana Pacers
Western Conference - Minnesota Timberwolves
World Champions - Indiana Pacers

M.V.P.- Kevin Garnett
D.P.O.Y. - Ron Artest
C.O.Y. - Carlise
R.O.Y. - Devin Harris - Mavs
Sixthman of the year - Bender
M.I.P. - Al Harrington


On the Pacers front.

M.V.P. - Jermaine O'Neal
Scoring leader - Ron Artest
Rebounding leader - Jermaine O'Neal
Assist leader - Jamaal Tinsely
Steal Leader - Artest