Lakers — champs will be champs until someone knock them off.
Nuggets — They will likely have all of their current players back, they are young, athletic, and now playoff experience.
Blazers — Young and experienced now, Roy will continue to get better.
Spurs — I learned to never count those vets out.
Rockets — this team is a serious contender if they are healthy, but it’s been 4 injury-riddled years, that’s a trend not bad luck.
Celtics — when healthy, I still think they are the best in the East, especially since the Cavs weakness were exposed this post season.
Orlando — With Nelson back they will be tougher and they will come back hungrier like the Lakers.
Cavaliers — Z’s health will be a concern and if they don’t get any FAs to solidify their PF position, they will get slaughtered against the likes of Boston and Orlando.
BQ: For people who went to the parade, how was it? It’s a shame they had to host this on a weekday, fuck why can’t they close it out in 7!
BQ2: Is it me or is Nike’s puppets commercial getting really shitty? They need something funny, put Shaq on there with Kobe!
STAR if you like STAR if you don’t like
LeBron super stud: I think you got something stuck in your mouth.
I know what you mean Cavs, I would love to see the Wizards beat Cleveland for once.
Lakers- No matter what happens with Ariza, Odom, Walton, they still have Kobe and Gasol, which makes them a contender.
Nuggets- Will keep a similar roster, I just want to see if they can upgrade over Kenyon Martin.
Blazers- Downright dangerous depending (wow say that 5 times fast) on the progression of young studs Roy, Aldridge, Oden, and especially Jerryd Bayless.
Spurs- Ginobilli will be back, and somehow they always acquire a few young guys out of nowhere that contribute.
Clippers- (Yeah the Clippers) A very deep big man rotation if it stays together, Thornton and Gordon getting better, and Baron Davis. These pieces can make the Clippers a serious threat IF they can develop some chemistry.
Rockets- Yao, T-Mac, Artest, Brooks, Scola, great starting 5, guys on the bench besides Landry and Lowry will have to step up though.
Celtics- Still have the big 3, and Rondo is getting better. Just have to focus on resigning Big Baby and possibly adding a veteran center to help Perkins.
Magic- Same team, just as much of a threat. I think Courteney Lee will get ALOT better next year.
Cavaliers- With or without Shaq, any team with Lebron is a contender.
Nets- This team has a lot of talent, and I think they will win 50 games as Lopez gets better and Devin Harris masters the offense.
BQ- I went last year, lol
BQ2- I want the puppets to burn. I like anything with Shaq in it though, dude is funny.
by: WALTER! (Eats Kobe Beef 4 Lunch)
on: 22nd June 09