I was bored until I read that
＋１ for you dude
Are people honestly saying our roster is worse off than last year? I haven't read that. Who are these nay sayers?
-Almost $30M in cap space.
-Best front court we've had in more than a decade at both ends.
-A handful of team options next off season
-NBA's most prolific paint scorer
-Versatility/depth at each position
We're the second best team in the Atlantic behind an ageing pack of limping hemorrhoids. God I hate Boston. We'll over take them in just over a year.
I think the sole downgrade is front court passing. Our +/- in this category could go either way. There's a likelihood of a higher FG% with better finishers. There's also a likelihood of a lower vs opponent ratio with less experienced players.2010 Prediction: 43.5 for 42 against
And I am loving it. Gallo's complete game and superior shooting make losing Harrington non pertinent.In the scoring department we only lost Al Brickington
I think we can basically reverse these stats. Perhaps even less in the against?BLOCKS
2009 Knicks: 3.7 for 4.5 against
I am a bit concerned about this with Stat as our main presence. Randolph brings that non-human wingspan in though. Not sure what to think or assume.REBOUNDING
2009 Knicks: 40.4 for 44.9 against
Good call. The 1st round is going to be tough with our inexperienced, young team. If we win a series, it'll be about timing and cohesion. Physically, athletically, potentially we're as good as any team out there. Youth and inexperience is the main concern.1 Miami
7 New York
8 Who cares?
I'm so looking forward to seeing these young guns. Awesome.