If only we could play 66 games against the "bottom feeders"

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    If only we could play 66 games against the "bottom feeders"

    Dang, I guess we have to play the over .500 clubs at some point. Not like wailing on the hapless Nets or Wizards. Outrebounded by 12. Hibbert, far from being an elite center, really exposed our "donut" defense. As a disabled person, I believe JON should be allowed to have a court "helper" attend him at all times--both on and off the court. Ray was the only guy earning his paycheck against Indiana. Our oldest player has so far turned out to be our most consistent this year. It's gonna be a long year (except when we play the "weak sisters" of the league).
     
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    Re: If only we could play 66 games against the "bottom feeders"

    Finkel,
    You are correct.  We will win most likely around 33 to 37 games.
     
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    Re: If only we could play 66 games against the "bottom feeders"

    WE have enough talent to do better if the Coach could coach and adjust during the game.  But you are right the four wins are because of weak teams.
     
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    Re: If only we could play 66 games against the "bottom feeders"

    This is a decidely pedestrian team and an appearance in the playoffs would be a good result. Even with a fitter Pierce and a fit Pietrus, can't see how they'll make up for the lack of athleticism and the complete absence of any inside game. Enjoy 2011-2012 for what it's worth but bring on 2012-2013.
     
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    Re: If only we could play 66 games against the "bottom feeders"

    Good thing we don't play in the west otherwise it would be decidedly ugly.

    Blow this team up Dannnnyyyy!!!
     

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