Nuntius was right for a while. I was wrong for a while. But ultimately I was right and Frank Vogel has been let go.
"A player who makes a team great is more valuable than a great player. Losing yourself in the group, for the good of the group, thatís teamwork."
Assuming these numbers are correct
ECF - 2.8
WCF - 4.6
ECF - 3.8 Pacers vs Pistons
WCF - 6.3 T-Wolves vs lakers
ECF - 5.0
WCF - 4.0
ECF - 4.8
Last edited by Unclebuck; 04-11-2012 at 09:31 AM.
4-6 is a safe bet. We should get more respect, we are getting more from anylists this year, I think it's our turn to pick up a couple nationally televised games.. Though it's still Indiana with no superstars, so your only gonna have so many in this league.
How many nat'l games did Philly get this season? I think our number next year is going to be similar if we do not clear the first round. If we do go on a nice run and make the 2nd round opponent work... Maybe we get on as many times as Memphis did this year.
At any rate, I just don't see us being on more than a handful of times because we don't have that name on the roster that is "Must see TV"
...Still "flying casual"
And for what I remember the transition defenses were stellar as well.
I am trying to locate a listing of how many times each team was on TNT, ESPN and ABC.
Note this was to have been the schedule if a full season took place. Click on the link to see a complete list of the schedule. Here is the breakdown by team .
Blazers and Warriors were scheduled for too many. The Grizzlies should have been a lot more.
Lakers - 25
Heat - 25
Celtics - 24
Bulls - 24
Mavs - 23
Knicks - 22
Thunder - 19
Magic - 14
Blazers - 14
Spurs - 14
Nuggets - 14
Clippers - 13
Warriors - 10
Suns - 10
Hawks - 8
Grizzlies - 5
Sixers - 5
Jazz - 4
Hornets - 2
Rockets - 2
Raptors - 1
Wizards - 1
Cavs - 1
Bucks - 1
Pistons - 1
Pacers - 1
Kings - 1
T-Wolves - 1
Nets - 0
Bobcats - 0
The Lakers and Heat lead the way in national TV appearances, with 25 each. The Celtics (24), Bulls (23), Mavericks (23), Knicks (22) and Thunder (19) follow.
Twenty-eight of the NBA’s thirty teams are scheduled to make a national TV appearance this season, including the likes of the Kings, Bucks, Timberwolves, Wizards, and even the Pistons.
The only teams left off the national TV slate were the Nets and Bobcats
Last edited by Unclebuck; 04-11-2012 at 11:22 AM.
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
Or throw in a first-round pick and flip it for a max-level point guard...
ESPN2 only has had 1 game all season and they were scheduled to have no games if the full season had been played. So why does it matter
In the playoffs ESPN2 will have some games when they already have two on ESPN
But to answer your question ESPN2 is a lot closer to ESPN than NBATV. but is is still not quite ESPN. if ESPN is 100 and NBTV is 10. ESPN2 is about a 90