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  1. 1. Who will win the 2012/13 NBA Championship?

    • Lakers
      0
    • Miami
      23
    • OKC
      5
    • NYN
      0
    • Chicago
      1
    • San Antonio
      11
    • Boston
      0
    • Clippers
      0
    • Memphis
      0
    • Indiana
      1
    • Houston
      1
    • Other
      1


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Excited for the playoffs to start! Wonder how long LA will survive without the Mamba.

It really all comes down to Pau gasol. which one of him shows up

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Lakers in 6 but lose in the 2nd round to OKC

Yeah no way they beat OKC especially without mamba.

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Time for the HEAT to start the journey defending their championship, looking forward to witnessing LeBron grow his legacy in the only season that really matters!

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Love Kobe's coaching on Twitter during the LA game! People are really underestimating the Spurs.

Saw an interesting stat today. During the Duncan/ Kobe era on the Spurs/Lakers, all 6 times they have met have resulted in the winner ending up in the finals. I don't know if this year counts because Kobe's injured but it would be crazy the 2 teams could keep the streak alive.

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Love Kobe's coaching on Twitter during the LA game! People are really underestimating the Spurs.

Saw an interesting stat today. During the Duncan/ Kobe era on the Spurs/Lakers, all 6 times they have met have resulted in the winner ending up in the finals. I don't know if this year counts because Kobe's injured but it would be crazy the 2 teams could keep the streak alive.

The panel was laughing at Magic yesterday fro suggesting that the Lakers are even close to being even with the Spurs

Who is underestimating them? Nobody thinks the Lakers will get through the first round

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Which team would you fear most in transition: OKC, Miami, the Clippers or the Nuggets?

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Which team would you fear most in transition: OKC, Miami, the Clippers or the Nuggets?

Heat

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Which team would you fear most in transition: OKC, Miami, the Clippers or the Nuggets?

Miami. No one can stop the train that is Lebron and if you get in front of him, his unmatched passing skills always seem to find an open man.

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Westbrook is trying too hard to like take over OKC or something from Durant. He is good, but Durant should always be taking more shots. Just hasn't always been the case this year. Which, in transition, means you get random horrible Westbrook decisions.

Clippers can certainly make you pay in transistion but you have to face it, if Lebron and Wade are coming down the floor together on one defender? It's almost unstoppable.

Also, Lakers, if they used Dwight and Gasol properly, would deifnitely of had a chance. But Parker and Duncan are managing to play at a good level. Duncan is playing lights out. And with Manu coming back to this series and playing as good as he did? Unless the coaching changes up and Gasol and Dwight are actually used like they should be, Spurs should probably be able to walk over Lakers. Even if Laker's had Kobe. Lakers would have to hope for worsening injuries on Spurs.

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Westbrook is trying too hard to like take over OKC or something from Durant. He is good, but Durant should always be taking more shots. Just hasn't always been the case this year. Which, in transition, means you get random horrible Westbrook decisions.

Clippers can certainly make you pay in transistion but you have to face it, if Lebron and Wade are coming down the floor together on one defender? It's almost unstoppable.

Also, Lakers, if they used Dwight and Gasol properly, would deifnitely of had a chance. But Parker and Duncan are managing to play at a good level. Duncan is playing lights out. And with Manu coming back to this series and playing as good as he did? Unless the coaching changes up and Gasol and Dwight are actually used like they should be, Spurs should probably be able to walk over Lakers. Even if Laker's had Kobe. Lakers would have to hope for worsening injuries on Spurs.

Westbrook requiring surgery, out indefinitely :P

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Lakers guard depth is practically non existent now. Nash, Blake and Meeks are all out. This will not end well for the Lakers.

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