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McWinning
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post your week two predictions here

i would but i don't have time im interested in who you think will win?


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I bet Chris Johnson goes off

I bet Chris Johnson goes off on the Texans

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hahahaha

hahahaha! The Truth will never trade him now.

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damn right

lol. hes back

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“Great player; I like him,”

“Great player; I like him,” Johnson said. “Obviously a great shooter, a guy who I think probably can create a little more off the dribble than he did, but, right now, he’s got a little learning curve and he’ll be ok.”

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Of course, there is a bigger

Of course, there is a bigger question facing Rockets owner Les Alexander, who is set to pay $70 million for Harden, and will shell out roughly $13.6 million apiece for Jeremy Lin and Omer Asik three years out. Can a team built around Harden, Lin and Asik compete for a championship? And if not, isn’t that a lot of money to spend on a team that, on paper, is not currently a playoff team? Also, while Morey and his staff look at the cap hit, which is roughly $8.3 million per season for three seasons for Lin and Asik, the checks they will cash in three years will be that $13.6 million number.

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Of course, there is a bigger

Of course, there is a bigger question facing Rockets owner Les Alexander, who is set to pay $70 million for Harden, and will shell out roughly $13.6 million apiece for Jeremy Lin and Omer Asik three years out. Can a team built around Harden, Lin and Asik compete for a championship? And if not, isn’t that a lot of money to spend on a team that, on paper, is not currently a playoff team? Also, while Morey and his staff look at the cap hit, which is roughly $8.3 million per season for three seasons for Lin and Asik, the checks they will cash in three years will be that $13.6 million number.

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