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Oct 29
2008
11:00 AM

by Brian
7
Click for full story. And finally we get to the most-important division in the league, the Atlantic. The champs loom large, but two other teams made big moves and one cellar-dweller made a necessary move. I expect this division to send three teams...
Oct 29
2008
8:49 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Southeast Division is kind of an afterthought when you're breaking down the league. It's got the best young big in the East, the most-entertaining guard in the league, an up-and-coming team that pushed Boston to seven games in...
Oct 28
2008
11:50 PM

by Brian
3
Click for full story. The Central is what I consider the most boring division in the league. The separation of the top two teams in the league from the rest will be large. This division has the best player in the universe, a...
Oct 28
2008
10:47 PM

by Brian
2
Click for full story. The third installment of NBA Season Previews features what was probably the strongest division in the league last year, the Southwest. The Hornets, Spurs and Rockets finished within a game of each other, the Mavs also won 50+. Who took...
Oct 21
2008
5:25 PM

by Brian
1
Click for full story. Part two of my NBA Season preview features the Pacific Division, or as I like to call it, home of the best team in the NBA. 2007-2008 Standings PACIFIC  W  L  PCT  GB  PF  PA  DIFF  z-LA Lakers  57...
Oct 21
2008
2:32 PM

by Brian
5
Click for full story. I'm going to try to hammer out my NBA previews over the next two days, we'll start with the least-important divisions and work our way back east to the Atlantic. Up now is the Northwest division.2007-2008 Standings NORTHWEST  W  L ...
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