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ROCislandWarrior
02-10-2004, 11:54 PM
winners of 9 straight including tonights 89-78 win over the pistons

hopefully the break will slow them down

what do you all think?

zxc
02-10-2004, 11:57 PM
Always the team I was most worried about in the east even when they were struggling. Hope someone else knocks them out in the playoffs not sure I like our chances with that matchup.

ABADays
02-11-2004, 12:15 AM
I'm not afraid of no stinking Nets.

MSA2CF
02-11-2004, 12:15 AM
I'm not worried at all.

The Pacers are a better team and would win at least 4 of the 7 games needed.

Also, we have a much, much better homecourt advantage than that hell-hole they call the Continental Airlines Arena.

ROCislandWarrior
02-11-2004, 12:15 AM
Always the team I was most worried about in the east even when they were struggling. Hope someone else knocks them out in the playoffs not sure I like our chances with that matchup.

We took them to game five double OT two years ago... If we have to play them it will be a battle, but we'll be fine

Shade
02-11-2004, 12:15 AM
Always the team I was most worried about in the east even when they were struggling. Hope someone else knocks them out in the playoffs not sure I like our chances with that matchup.

http://www.itc.virginia.edu/virginia.edu/fall99/images/titleart.gif

:D

Looks like :unimpressed: has been replaced as your new favorite toy. :neutral:

Hicks
02-11-2004, 12:16 AM
Besides the fact that I think we're the better team now anyway: With homecourt advantage, we can take'm.

Anthem
02-11-2004, 12:36 AM
Don't have the stats at my fingers, but I checked a couple weeks ago and remember thinking that their schedule so far has been much easier.

We should increase our lead on most teams over the second half of the season.

Unclebuck
02-11-2004, 01:03 AM
Don't have the stats at my fingers, but I checked a couple weeks ago and remember thinking that their schedule so far has been much easier.

We should increase our lead on most teams over the second half of the season.

No, all three teams have basicvally the same schedules after the break. easy schedules.

I won't list every game for the Nets and Pistons, but I will list what I consider tough games. The amazing thing all three teams have a 4 game west coast trp the first week of March, at the same time.

After the allstar break

Nets:

@ Minnesota
H - Lakers
H - Sac
@ Lakers
@ Pacers
H - Mavs and Pistons


Pistons

@ NY
H - Minny
@ NJ
@ Spurs
H - Pacers



You can look up the Pacers schedule yourself.

Tim
02-11-2004, 01:17 AM
I rather face the Nets in the playoffs than NY.

Pacers don't play well in NY. We should have swept NY this season.

I hate the Knicks.

able
02-11-2004, 09:02 AM
slightly more indepth:

Nets:

@ Cleveland .385
Atlanta .340
@ Toronto .500
New Orleans .529
Toronto .500
@ Minnesota .706
Miami .396
L.A. Lakers .633
@ Denver .566
@ Phoenix .333
@ Golden State .440
@ L.A. Lakers .633
Denver .566
Chicago .269
@ Miami .396
Sacramento .735
Detroit .623
@ New York .472
Dallas .635
@ Chicago .269
@ Boston .434
@ Cleveland .385
Boston .434
@ Washington .327
New York .472
Atlanta .340
Milwaukee .529
Orlando .245
@ Indiana .736
Philadelphia .404
@ Atlanta .340
@ Miami .396


road games 16
home games 16

avg opp .467
+500 opp 13
+500 home 8
hidden dangers 2 (NY)
back to backs 8

Against West 12
W+500 6
Detroit:

Sacramento .735
@ New York .472
Milwaukee .529
Minnesota .706
Orlando .245
@ Philadelphia .404
@ Chicago .269
Atlanta .340
@ L.A. Clippers .440
@ Utah .500
@ Portland .434
@ Denver .566
@ Seattle .471
Chicago .269
Philadelphia .404
@ New Jersey .600
Denver .566
@ Cleveland .385
@ New Orleans .529
@ San Antonio .660
New York .472
L.A. Clippers .440
Miami .396
Indiana .736
Orlando .245
Toronto .500
@ Orlando .245
Washington .327
@ Toronto .500


Home games 15
Road Games 14
total 29

Against West 10
W+500 6
Avg opp .462

OPp +500 12
home +500 6

Hidden danger 2 (NY)
back to backs 4


Indiana:

New Orleans .529
@ Washington .327
Utah .500
Golden State .440
@ New Orleans .529
Philadelphia .404
@ Golden State .440
@ L.A. Clippers .440
@ Utah .500
@ Denver .566
Toronto .500
@ Boston .434
@ Cleveland .385
Portland .434
Sacramento .735
@ Memphis .569
Chicago .269
Dallas .635
@ Orlando .245
Miami .396
@ Milwaukee .529
Milwaukee .529
Toronto .500
@ Detroit .623
New York .472
@ Toronto .500
New Jersey .600
@ Philadelphia .404
Chicago .269

Home Games 15
Road Games 14

Total 29

Against West 11
W+500 5
avg opp .473

opp +500 15
+500 home 8

hidden danger 1 (NY)
back to backs 4

So statistically we have the worsed record to come (at this moment) yet the easiest against the West

Unclebuck
02-11-2004, 09:12 AM
Able: is that Boston's or Detroit's schedule :confused:

able
02-11-2004, 09:33 AM
<looks as innocent as possible>

That happens when you are complaining about your sat not working properly, fixing remote server and trying to posts here :)

:blush:


It was Detroit of course

:stupid:

Unclebuck
02-11-2004, 09:39 AM
Just playing with ya. But at least you know I read your post

able
02-11-2004, 09:58 AM
Just playing with ya. But at least you know I read your post

:D added wee bit more, overall you can say the schedules even out, except for the fact that NJ has to play 3 more games

Will have to look into "back to backs" will add those stats in a minute

I still feel comfy though and see us at worst running the same results as NJ and Det over that run, which would still mean we have Homecourt :D

Ragnar
02-11-2004, 10:18 AM
Clearly Jason Kidd was not playing his best for Byron Scott and he is for the FNG. And before we write this new guy off he is a total gym rat like JVG or Rick and he learned from Bobby. Whatever you may think about Bobby he did know his basketball.

But I still think we can take them the honneymoon will be over by the playoffs.

able
02-11-2004, 10:43 AM
Added back to backs : Nets 8 Det & Ind 4

MSA2CF
02-11-2004, 02:37 PM
I don't care what each team's schedule looks like.

The Pacers are the better team and should win, no matter who they play.

The Pacers will not be watching the Finals from home this year.