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Bold Predictions For The 09-10 Season (NBA)

I'm going to make 10 predictions, feel free to many as many or as little as you want....

1. Danilo Gallinari will be the leading scorer for the Knicks this season.
2. Rajon Rondo will average 9 assists a game and be a starter in the All-Star game for the East.
3. Andre Iguodala will average 20 ppg, 5 boards, and 5 assists and be an All-Star reserve.
4. Dwight Howard will be the NBA MVP.
5. Rip Hamilton will be traded to the Warriors for Steven Jackson as the 2 centerpieces of the deal.
6. Mike Dunleavy will be fired before the 15th game of the season.
7. Terrence Williams will relieve Courtney Lee of his starting SG duties by the first 15 games of the season.
8. Greg Oden will average 17 ppg and 10 rebs and be the NBA's Most Improved Player.
9. The Sacremento Kings will win the least amount of games in the NBA (17-65).
10. The Lakers will go 69-13, and have the best record in basketball.


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1. Danilo Gallinari will be

1. Danilo Gallinari will be the leading scorer for the Knicks this season. (VERY POSSIBLE)

2. Rajon Rondo will average 9 assists a game and be a starter in the All-Star game for the East. (I DONT KNOW ABOUT STARTER, that might make 4 POSSIBLE ALL STARS FROM 1 TM. I SEE 3 MAX GETTING IN, SO WE WILL SEE)

3. Andre Iguodala will average 20 ppg, 5 boards, and 5 assists and be an All-Star reserve. (VERY POSSIBLY, AND LIKELY)

4. Dwight Howard will be the NBA MVP. (DEF CHANCE FOR SURE)

5. Rip Hamilton will be traded to the Warriors for Steven Jackson as the 2 centerpieces of the deal. ( I DOUBT IT, WHO WANTS A HEAD CASE IN STEPHEN JACKSON.. IS THIS LIKE DEVIL BEING TRADED FOR ANGEL. I JUST DONT SEE IT)

6. Mike Dunleavy will be fired before the 15th game of the season. ( I DISAGREE, I SEE IMPROVEMENT)

7. Terrence Williams will relieve Courtney Lee of his starting SG duties by the first 15 games of the season. ( DID U SEE COURTNEY IN PLAYOFFS LAST YR. TERRANCE HAS HIS WORK CUT OUT FOR HIM IF THIS IS THE CASE)

8. Greg Oden will average 17 ppg and 10 rebs and be the NBA's Most Improved Player. (LOL, I HOPE SO. SAME BOWIE COMPARISON / TREE ROLLINS COMPARISON GONE, WOULD BE NICE RELIEF FOR ODEN)

9. The Sacremento Kings will win the least amount of games in the NBA (17-65). ( I AGREE)

10. The Lakers will go 69-13, and have the best record in basketball. ( I THINK THEY CAN DO BETTER THAN THAT)

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1. Danilo Gallinari will be

1. Danilo Gallinari will be the leading scorer for the Knicks this season. (no, wilson chandler, nate, and Lee will all average more)
2. Rajon Rondo will average 9 assists a game and be a starter in the All-Star game for the East. (possibly)
3. Andre Iguodala will average 20 ppg, 5 boards, and 5 assists and be an All-Star reserve.(Maybe, but it wont happen uless Philly has a real good record)
4. Dwight Howard will be the NBA MVP.(Again it could happen, unless the Lakers have a fantastic record and Kobe puts up his usual)
5. Rip Hamilton will be traded to the Warriors for Steven Jackson as the 2 centerpieces of the deal.(NO!)
6. Mike Dunleavy will be fired before the 15th game of the season. (Probably not)
7. Terrence Williams will relieve Courtney Lee of his starting SG duties by the first 15 games of the season. (hahaha definetley not. maybe he will take Yi's small forward spot tho)
8. Greg Oden will average 17 ppg and 10 rebs and be the NBA's Most Improved Player. (Eh, more like 13 and 9 imo)
9. The Sacremento Kings will win the least amount of games in the NBA (17-65). (Least amount yes, 17 wins no)
10. The Lakers will go 69-13, and have the best record in basketball. (i could see them winning even more, but ill go with this prediction)

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Hmm

1. That 1st prediction is pretty bold, but Gallinari sounds like a guy that would be a complete surprise to the general NBA fan.

2-4 seem to be real possibilities. As a Sixers fan, I hope Iggy can put down that kind of season this year in this new offense.

5. Obviously trades are always bold, but what improvement would Detroit make adding Jackson over Hamilton? If Hamilton is traded, it would have to be more than likely for a big man. A Hamilton & Kwame Brown for Zydrunas Ilgauskas & Delonte West deal would seem more likely. With the way West is seemingly falling out of favor in Cleveland, he would be a guy they would unload on, especially if they could get a player like Hamilton. You can say no team that would take on West at this point, but I think Detroit might because of former offensive minded assistant Cleveland and now Detroit head coach John Kuester. He might be the only coach to handle West besides coach Mike Brown himself. Detroit could unload on some salary in the off-season with Big Z's expring contract, while Hamilton gets to play for a contender. But hey, that's just my two cents on that.

6. The L.A. Clips have a really decent roster. If they get off to a poor start coach Dunleavy should be fired.

7. Seriously? The starting shooting guard of last year's Eastern conference champions will be benched in favor of a rookie? With Lee having a chip on his shoulder since he was traded in the first place, I highly am doubting this prediction. I do like Williams as a player, however.

8 -10. Certainly possibilities. But based on what you said about Gallinari, wouldn't you think he would have a better chance at the Most Improved Award? Oden, while non-spectacular, did not have a terrible year by general NBA center standards. Not that I think Gallinari will win it either, but he really didn't do anything last year battling that back injury.

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On the Courtney Lee & T-Will topic

I think Terrence Williams comes into the NBA as a better perimeter defender (which the Nets need right now more than offense) and facilitator (which they need since Harris isn't a true playmaker as a passer) than Lee. Courtney Lee didn't play very well in the playoffs, he couldn't guard any players he was matched up against for the most part (he only did a decent job against Delonte West and Mo Williams, and they were self-checked more than anything). He also didn't provide much in terms of consistent shooting and was usually the 4th and 5th option offensively. Notice how much Pietrus played. Courtney Lee isn't anything special at all. He's a 2nd unit player honestly. Terrence Williams is a starter and a possible terror on D. He has the ability to be a borderline All-Star, and I think he'll get there if he gets PT. To me, this is like starting Willie Green over Andre Iguodala.

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LMAO!!! U COMPARING GREG

LMAO!!! U COMPARING GREG ODEN TO TREE ROLLINS?? HAHAHAHA U SHOULD BE DOING STANDUP

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iggy, how can u say Courtney lee is a bad defender? Did u watch the playoffs at all? There was a reason Van Gundy always had Lee guard the other teams best play, Iguodala, Pierce and Allen, LeBron, and finally Kobe. Come on man Lee is gonna be a real good player and the starter in NJ the whole season. The only way Williams gets into the starting 5 is if Yi has a bad start or Lee gets injured. I like Williams to but be realistic homie

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Rude boy.. Go read some

Rude boy.. Go read some espn... Im not comparing him to Tree Rollins... People are though.. What has oden proven yet??

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He played Kobe and got into

He played Kobe and got into foul trouble every single game. Mikael Pietrus played way more of a role in the playoffs than Lee. Especially on D. He rarely guarded Iguodala in the Orlando series (that was Hedo's assignment) Lee guarded Willie Green and Lou Williams. And when he did guard Iguodala, Iguodala was too much for him. He guarded Ray Allen in the Boston series and Allen ran him through screens and made plenty of shots. Kobe and Lebron killed him, no need to even mention them. Pietrus defended better against all the big time players and shot better and more consistent in every single series than Lee did. So to answer your question, yes I did, indeed, watch the playoffs.

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so u compare T Will to iggy,

so u compare T Will to iggy, and Willie green to Courtney Lee.. EWWW... Are you a sixers fan? What did Lee do to philly in playoffs???

Lee did phenomenal for a rookie down the stretch... Just a little excerpt from Stan Van gundy right b4 playoffs begun.

Courtney Lee, Orlando Magic
Lee is averaging 17.6 points on 57.1 percent shooting in his past seven games. He's made 33 starts for the Magic since passing Mickael Pietrus and J.J. Redick on his way up the depth chart -- and doesn't seem ready to give up the starting spot anytime soon. "I don't feel like we're playing with a rookie out there," Magic coach Stan Van Gundy told the Orlando Sentinel. "He just doesn't make very many mistakes."

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I think you're underrated

I think you're underrating Courtney Lee a little. As a rookie, he defended very well throughout the season and during the playoffs. Guarding Ray Allen, LeBron James and Kobe Bryant is no easy task for anyboy, let alone a rookie. Lee showed really good poise and IQ on defense throughout the season, which is why he was named the starter at shooting guard. I doubt Lee will ever be considered a great player, but he has a chance to be very good.

I think Terrence Williams is the better perimeter defender and facilitator, but he doesn't bring the shooting or scoring ability that Lee does. Lee is a very good three point shooter and has a great mid-range game. He also has underrated athletic and finishing ability.

If Terrence Williams does end up starting, it'll be at small forward. At 6' 6" 220 he can definitely guard small forwards. I see him being a point forward type of player, similar to Andre Iguodala. I like the idea of Harris, Lee and Williams.

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1.Wow that's interesting but

1.Wow that's interesting but I don't think so, Harrington will be around 20ppg for sure, so...NO
2.all-star starter, no way i think..9apg? yes, absolutely!
3.I think even about 20+6+6 ;)
4.Will finish 2nd after LeBron, IMO
5.IDK
6.Maybe no, but it would be good for clippers IMO
7. He is pretty big and strong to play SF
8. YESSS, I believe in Greg
9.YEs
10.Yes

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Well..

I mean, sure Courtney Lee was just a rookie. And a very solid one at that, but for people to say he was some great defender and played good in the playoffs is off wack to me. He didn't anything more than average to me in the playoffs. Mikael Pietrus was a much better overall player in the playoffs, outside of slashing to the rim. He never guarded the best perimeter player except when he defended Kobe, and when he did he was bad and (once again) Pietrus was the better defender.

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Lol yea... You'll never see

Lol yea... You'll never see anything about him being a great defender or that he played great in the playoffs written by me. I think he was very solid overall, especially considering this was his first experience in the playoffs. Of course Mickael Pietrus played better though. At 6' 6" 215 lbs, he was just a better matchup against LeBron and Kobe. Pietrus has also been in the league since 2003. Could you imagine him in 2003 trying to guard a superstar in the playoffs lol? He'd have gotten burned too.

Courtney Lee is also a player from Indianapolis and I had the opportunity to watch him play/compete against him. He's not somebody who's talent jumps out at you. He just does everything really well though. He's smart, makes very good decisions and works hard. He has above average athleticism and is a very good shooter. Eventually he'll have the confidence to consistently take his man off the dribble and get to the rim.

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here are a few bold

here are a few bold predictions from me:

1-The shaq experement will fail in Cleaveland and they will finsh 3rd in east and not get back to conference finals.

2-After next season, people will be saying that Beasley should not have been a top 5 pick.

3-Steve Kerr will be fired at the end of the season. He has been garbage since he got there.

4-Derrick Rose and Gilbert Arenas will battle it out for best pg in the east.

5-Clippers make the playoffs. BDiddy and Kaman will have bounce back years and Gordon and Griffin will show why they are the future of the franchise.

6-Wolves will have the worst record in the league.

7-Lakers will challenge the 72 win record.

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Wow... I agree with your predicitions 110% and can see every one of them playing out that way.

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Tezo, Iggy, & Perez

Wow duh! Why didn't I think of the possibility of Williams starting at SF next to Lee? And you're right Iggy about Mikael Pietrus and his role for the Magic during the playoffs. As for Williams, he probably will be the starting SF down the line this season, especially with Bobby Simmons, Trenton Hassell, and Jarvis Hayes all having expiring contracts this season.

I guess I was already picturing LeBron James in a Nets uniform being the starting SF hahah. It's a possibility...not that I root for the Nets or anything. Seriously. I just think with that new Russian owner and the way their salary situation is set up, they're more than any other team beyond the Cavs themselves to snatch LBJ up.

I too, agree completely with Ilperez's predictions.

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I didnt either lol...good

I didnt either lol...good job Tezo. I meant to say that earlier. He actually is more of a small forward with 2-guard height, kind of like Josh Howard or Iguodala.

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Lol I see the potential in

Lol I see the potential in him to be even better than Iguodala Iggy!

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Lol I dont. Harris and Lopez

Lol I dont. Harris and Lopez will be too high in the pecking order for him to get the offensive numbers he'll need. The 76ers traded Iverson to make Philly his team, I dont see the Nets grooming Williams to take the number 1 role.

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1. Danilo Gallinari will be

1. Danilo Gallinari will be the leading scorer for the Knicks this season.(Probably not)

2. Rajon Rondo will average 9 assists a game and be a starter in the All-Star game for the East.(Doubt it alot of people dont like Rondo and wont vote for him he might make it but I doubt he starts)

3. Andre Iguodala will average 20 ppg, 5 boards, and 5 assists and be an All-Star reserve.(Probably)

4. Dwight Howard will be the NBA MVP.(Possible)

5. Rip Hamilton will be traded to the Warriors for Steven Jackson as the 2 centerpieces of the deal.(Not happenin)

6. Mike Dunleavy will be fired before the 15th game of the season.(Possible but unlikely)

7. Terrence Williams will relieve Courtney Lee of his starting SG duties by the first 15 games of the season.(He plays SF and he will have to fight CDR and Lee for minutes if he wants to SG)

8. Greg Oden will average 17 ppg and 10 rebs and be the NBA's Most Improved Player.(Possible I expect him to have a breakout year to)

9. The Sacremento Kings will win the least amount of games in the NBA (17-65).(Kings arent very good so thats likely)

10. The Lakers will go 69-13, and have the best record in basketball.(Probably but I think they will win 2 or 3 more)

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1. Danilo Gallinari will be

1. Danilo Gallinari will be the leading scorer for the Knicks this season.(If MIke D goes to him I think it could happen because he has some Dirk in him but it may be too early fpr him this year to be on that level)
2. Rajon Rondo will average 9 assists a game and be a starter in the All-Star game for the East.( I believe he will make the all star game but starting I dont know about that, starters are normally voted in and he is not even popular with is own team)
3. Andre Iguodala will average 20 ppg, 5 boards, and 5 assists and be an All-Star reserve.( i see this happening)
4. Dwight Howard will be the NBA MVP.( I hope this happens because he deserves to win one)
5. Rip Hamilton will be traded to the Warriors for Steven Jackson as the 2 centerpieces of the deal.
(This will not happen lol)
6. Mike Dunleavy will be fired before the 15th game of the season.(The Clippers could win 40 games with a nobody coaching it, they are that talented so I think Dunleavy will stick around)
7. Terrence Williams will relieve Courtney Lee of his starting SG duties by the first 15 games of the season.(If Williams can make a jump shot maybe this can happen)
8. Greg Oden will average 17 ppg and 10 rebs and be the NBA's Most Improved Player.(His rebounds are too low and I believe he will be a canidate but the thing is he did not play bad enought last year to win it)
9. The Sacremento Kings will win the least amount of games in the NBA (17-65).(They will have the lowest)
10. The Lakers will go 69-13, and have the best record in basketball.(They could possibly get 70 wins)

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just one question..why

just one question..why isjackson considered such a head case...some peopel try to point to thats why he left the spurs but if you look deeper you will notice that the spurs wanted to resign him but he left for more money. i do think some people on here and even some media guys read or hear something from a third party and run with it with out finding out for thereselves..this list actually looks alot liek the one on hoopsworld.com with some minor changes..i agree with the first 4..dont think jackson will get traded unless he continues to demand for it. hamilton or prince will get traded. i dont see oden averaging that much since there are so many options on that team..he can get that many boards though...the kings will suck because they are horrible..if the lakers stay healthy then they can get 70

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Iguodala9's predictions

1. Danilo Gallinari will be the leading scorer for the Knicks this season. - I think Gallinari has potential, but I don't see him leading the Knicks in scoring this year. the Knicks are more of a balanced scoring team with Chandler, Harrington, Robinson, and Lee, and the reason I doubt this is Gallinari's year is because his minutes aren't even guaranteed this year.

2. Rajon Rondo will average 9 assists a game and be a starter in the All-Star game for the East. - i say the assist total is a possibility, but like some others have said, the starters are voted by the fans and I don't see the fans voting him in.

3. Andre Iguodala will average 20 ppg, 5 boards, and 5 assists and be an All-Star reserve. - honestly, i think his points drop a bit and his assists go up. with Miller gone, he'll have to facilitate more, and Williams and Young will take up some of the scoring. i think he'll average 18-19 ppg, 5-6 rpg, and 6-7 apg.

4. Dwight Howard will be the NBA MVP. -very, very possible and very likely as well. especially if the Magic finish with an impressive record that many predict they will have. I think he'll be somewhere in the top 10 with lebron and kobe.

5. Rip Hamilton will be traded to the Warriors for Steven Jackson as the 2 centerpieces of the deal. - i don't think a deal would go down between these two teams. I don't see why the Warriors would trade to get Hamilton.

6. Mike Dunleavy will be fired before the 15th game of the season. -this was the hardest one for me. i think he's definitely on the hot seat. if the Clippers don't have at least a decent record after 15 games, then yes I say he gets fired, especially when you look at who they play during those first 15 games (they play Minnesota twice, OKC twice, Golden State)

7. Terrence Williams will relieve Courtney Lee of his starting SG duties by the first 15 games of the season. - no I see Courtney Lee starting. if anything both are battling for a starting position, but not against each other. Lee will battle out with CDR for the starting 2 guard and T-Will will battle Simmons for the starting small forward/

8. Greg Oden will average 17 ppg and 10 rebs and be the NBA's Most Improved Player. - i sure hope so, just so people can stop giving him the bust label too soon. and I think those numbers are a possibility, and those numbers will also make ppl realize how much potential he still has.

9. The Sacremento Kings will win the least amount of games in the NBA (17-65). - I agree

10. The Lakers will go 69-13, and have the best record in basketball. - yes... as much as I hate to say it....

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1-The shaq experement will fail in Cleaveland and they will finsh 3rd in east and not get back to conference finals. - it's hard to say. while the Cavs struggled against the Magic last year, it seems that they built their team to match up against the Lakers by bringing another big (Shaq) and perimeter defender (Moon). with all that said, I actually think the Cavs finish 1st again in the east, but will still have match up problems against the Magic.

2-After next season, people will be saying that Beasley should not have been a top 5 pick. - his talent is there, but I think his character will be the thing that will have people saying Miami wasted their pick on him.

3-Steve Kerr will be fired at the end of the season. He has been garbage since he got there. - absolutely agree

4-Derrick Rose and Gilbert Arenas will battle it out for best pg in the east. - yes! thank you, someone who doesn't think Rondo is the best PG in the East! Derrick Rose will start to show his potential this year and Arenas will bounce back and average 24 ppg and 5 apg.

5-Clippers make the playoffs. BDiddy and Kaman will have bounce back years and Gordon and Griffin will show why they are the future of the franchise. - i agree with all, except I don't see the Clippers making the postseason this year. close, but I think they need to gain a little more experience.

6-Wolves will have the worst record in the league. - i say kings, but it's a possibility

7-Lakers will challenge the 72 win record. - i agree

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2-After next season, people will be saying that Beasley should not have been a top 5 pick.

3-Steve Kerr will be fired at the end of the season. He has been garbage since he got there.

4-Derrick Rose and Gilbert Arenas will battle it out for best pg in the east.

These are my favorite predictions from your list... Love it to death..

#2- Michael Beasley hasn't shown that he was worth the top 2 pick so far... People have been saying that he's much more dominating than Kevin Durant but look at them now... It's more than a mile... Maybe the Heat should have followed their instinct and drafted OJ Mayo at number 2 since they were tempted to do so at that time...

#3- Steve Kerr decided to break the "7-seconds-or-less" system and focused on defense which catalyst Steve Nash and power forward Amar'e Stoudemire knows nothing about... Well, all else failed and he is about to get a hot seat from the owner... Anyway, Marv Albert will welcome you back anytime at the announcer's booth, Steve...

#4- Clearly my man Derrick Rose is a year older and it is expected that he will help the Bulls rise higher this season... The battle of the best PG will begin but looking at both of 'em... You can clearly see that they have different games... Rose is a pass-first type while Arenas is more of a scorer... Still, it will be interesting to see... That is, if both remain healthy to play 82 games throughout...

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fizer, Kerr said how he was

fizer, Kerr said how he was gonna focus on defense and change the culture of the team, and then he proceeded to trade Shawn Marion for Shaq and Raja Bell for Jason Richardson. That doesn't exactly scream defensive improvement to me. Kerr has been terrible from the very begining.

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LOL

He traded the 2 best defensive players on the team in Raja Bell and Shawn Marion and yet there he was emphasizing DEFENSE... That is a definite example of what an IRONY is ladies and gentlemen...

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Sacremento Kings No Longer a Doormat

I also like the predictions of llperez22 and I want to add one more prediction that differs from most people in this forum. Although I don't think they will challenge for the NBA title, I believe the Kings will be a far better team than many expect. I anticipate that Tyreke Evans will have a monster year and be in the running for "Rookie of the Year" along with Blake Griffin, whom I think will win the award and become one of the best Power Forwards in the game his first year.

Please note, I'm not expecting the Kings to have a great season, but I think we'll see significant progress over last year when they were the league's doormat. If I had to guess a specific number, I think they'll double last year's win total of 17. For those of you who aren't too good with math, that prediction is 34 wins.

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