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RyuKang
07-12-2014, 08:12 AM
Last season: 33-49
Next season: 55-27

scousemanne
07-12-2014, 08:13 AM
82-0

Fahnestock
07-12-2014, 08:16 AM
73-9

BullBoy8
07-12-2014, 08:18 AM
52-30. 3-4 seed. 2nd round exit. Pretty successful first year. With or without Love.

srom12
07-12-2014, 08:20 AM
70-12




















58-24

scousemanne
07-12-2014, 08:23 AM
52-30. 3-4 seed. 2nd round exit. Pretty successful first year. With or without Love.

So the team they will have is worse then the teams that made it to the ECF multiple times and one finals? Srs question

BullBoy8
07-12-2014, 08:40 AM
So the team they will have is worse then the teams that made it to the ECF multiple times and one finals? Srs question

Other teams that are better. It has nothing to do with team A in this year being better than team b 6 years ago when team 1, 2, and 3 are also better than team B from years past. And the Cavs are too young and inexperienced right now. They are a year or 2 away from truly competing for titles IMO.

And I am really high on the Raptors right now. Bring everyone back from last years team that got to the playoffs and some experience and learning what it will take to compete in the playoffs. Bulls I am obviously (biased and unbiased) high on.

Spill512
07-12-2014, 08:41 AM
Depends on whether they get Love or not. He'd fit in real well on that team.

krs128
07-12-2014, 08:42 AM
52-30. 3-4 seed. 2nd round exit. Pretty successful first year. With or without Love.

unless melo goes to the bulls what team in the east could stop them?

cashinout
07-12-2014, 08:43 AM
60-22

BullStampede
07-12-2014, 08:45 AM
52-30. Team will struggle with chemistry issues the way Miami did in Year 1.

BullBoy8
07-12-2014, 08:53 AM
unless melo goes to the bulls what team in the east could stop them?

I think the Raptors are legit. Demar will step up another level again IMO. Lowry needs to stay healthy now that he got his new contract. Valencunis (spelled wrong I know) is a really nice up and comer. They got playoff experience last year and are all between 23-28, where as the cavs have no experience (with or without Love) minus lebron and anderson. They are signing Mike Miller so he can help, and maybe f**kboy ray allen, but he is irrelevant to me. All the cavs main guys are between 18-23. Kyrie, Wiggins, Bennett, Thompson, etc.

And why I have their record the same if they get love is because that means they are gonna lose depth by sending 3+ players to the wolves for love plus picks (IMO).

And I think the Bulls are the favorites even without melo. Bias aside, there is no way, minus "just because lebron", that the cavs should be the favorites over the Bulls. Bulls have more experience, better coach, better players, etc.

BuckN20T
07-12-2014, 08:53 AM
55-27

2nd seed, ECF exit.

cashinout
07-12-2014, 08:56 AM
52-30. Team will struggle with chemistry issues the way Miami did in Year 1.

not nearly as much
the reason they struggled with chemistry in miami is because they had 3 elite level talents to deal with
now they have lebron and the people lebron will pass the ball to

jalundah
07-12-2014, 09:11 AM
The Cavs won 60+ games multiple times when Lebron was there first with a bunch of scrubs.

They now have a top young point guard and the best athlete in the NBA to play with him, and you guys think they will do worse?

Don't see it.
64-18

BullBoy8
07-12-2014, 09:21 AM
The Cavs won 60+ games multiple times when Lebron was there first with a bunch of scrubs.

They now have a top young point guard and the best athlete in the NBA to play with him, and you guys think they will do worse?

Don't see it.
64-18

NBA on the whole, is SOOOO much better than Lebron in his cleveland days. Gotta play the west 30 times (each team 2 times right?). I see an 18-12 record at best there and Id leave at a 500 record vs the west. Then he plays the Bulls 4 times, Pacers 4 times. Pacers will be worse if they cant get Lance back, but still see like 3 losses out of those 8 games. Then teams like the Raptors, Nets, Wizards, Hornets, Hawks and Heat will "steal" a 1 or 2 against the Cavs.

Id be more surprised to see the Cavs in the top 2 seeds than the 3-5 seed next year. The one thing Lebron has with the Cavs that he didnt have with the heat though is the youth. So people like Kyrie wont have to sit 30 games a season to rest like Wade did. And of course, this whole hypothetical is if everyone is healthy.

samir316
07-12-2014, 09:44 AM
66-16.

East of peace.

Vawx
07-12-2014, 10:06 AM
52-30. 3-4 seed. 2nd round exit. Pretty successful first year. With or without Love.

Really? What 3 teams are going to have better records in the East?

9inchSub
07-12-2014, 10:08 AM
53-29.

I'm pretty sure Lebron will do this thing but.. Wiggins, Benett and Kyrie health all questionable ..

and also David Blatt hahaha can't take this team serious.

The team as of today won't win the east, they have to lure in more people if they want to win it all doubt they get a lot of wins against the likes of Bulls / Pacers.

BuckN20T
07-12-2014, 10:10 AM
I predict there will be 4 eastern conference teams with 50 wins.

Cavs
Raptors
Miami
Pacers

Other teams that could win 50 games:

Hawks
Knicks
Bulls
Hornets

BullBoy8
07-12-2014, 10:13 AM
Really? What 3 teams are going to have better records in the East?

Bulls and Raptors IMO. Cavs in the bunch of Heat, Hawks, Pacers, Nets, Hornets, Wizards.

Laverna
07-12-2014, 10:22 AM
Bulls and Raptors IMO. Cavs in the bunch of Heat, Hawks, Pacers, Nets, Hornets, Wizards.

Strong avi, name and sig to prediction correlation

57-25

ditsy911
07-12-2014, 10:23 AM
81-1