View Poll Results: Who will win the Central Division?

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  • The Chicago Bulls

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  • The Cleveland Cavaliers

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  • The Detroit Pistons

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  • The Indiana Pacers

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  • The Milwaukee Bucks

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    The Central Division



    Chicago Bulls
    Starting Five: Eddy Curry, Tyson Chandler, Luol Deng, Ben Gordon & Kirk Hinrich
    Bench: C Antonio Davis, F Othello Harrington, F Malik Allen, F Andres Nocioni, G Eric Piatkowski, G Eddie Basden, G Chris Duhon, G Jannero Pargo

    Cleveland Cavaliers
    Starting Five: Zydrunas Iglauskas, Donyell Marshall, LeBron James, Larry Hughes & Damon Jones
    Bench: C Martynas Andriuskevicius, F Anderson Varejao, F Drew Gooden, F Alan Henderson, F Aleksandar Pavlovic, G Ira Newble, G Luke Jackson, G Eric Snow

    Detroit Pistons
    Starting Five: Ben Wallace, Rasheed Wallace, Tayshaun Prince, Rip Hamilton & Chauncey Billups
    Bench: C Darko Milicic, C Dale Davis, F Antonio McDyess, F Jason Maxiell, F Amir Johnson, F Carlos Delfino, G Alex Acker, G Ronald Dupree, G Maurice Evans, G Lindsey Hunter, G Carlos Arroyo

    Indiana Pacers
    Starting Five: Jeff Foster, Jermaine O'Neal, Ron Artest, Stephen Jackson & Jamal Tinsley
    Bench: C David Harrison, F Jonathan Bender, F Austin Croshere, F Scot Pollard, F Danny Granger, F Fred Jones, G Anthony Johnson, G Sarunas Jasikevicius, G Eddie Gill

    Milwaukee Bucks
    Starting Five: Andrew Bogut, Joe Smith, Bobby Simmons, Michael Redd & TJ Ford
    Bench: C Dan Gadzuric, C Ervin Johnson, F Ersan Ilyasova, F Toni Kukoc, F Bobby Simmons, G Jiri Welsch, G Charlie Bell, G Reece Gaines, G Maurice Williams

    With the season coming up rather shortly I bring to you a series of "Division Winner" questions...WHO HAS THE BEST STARTING FIVE AND WHO HAS THE BEST BENCH??? WHO WILL WIN THE CENTRAL DIVISION AND HOW WILL THE OTHERS PLACE BEHIND THEM???

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    definitly the pacers. with the whole crew back and a healthy jamaal tinsley, they are definitly title contenders. jackson can slide over to the 2 creating mismatches in the position. artest can practically guard anybody in the nba, jermaine o'neal's athleticism and offensive game are off the charts, and jeff fosters heart and rebounding are unmatched too. jamaal tinsley fits into this because he keeps them running smooth, he's like the general of the team

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    Detroit or Indiana. The Pistons might not have Coach Brown, but they have the next best thing. The Pacers have a pretty good team this year too. Will Ron Artest make an impact this year? Will he be effective?

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    clvd no doubt

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