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WHO WILL HAVE THE BETTER SEASON OUT OF THESE 2 BAD TEAMS CLIPPERS OR KINGS

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WHO WILL HAVE THE BETTER SEASON OUT OF THESE 2 BAD TEAMS CLIPPERS OR KINGS

right now they both sit near the very bottom of the west. will theyboth continue to be near the bottom or will one make a push to get to the respectable .500 mark


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It's gonna be close, I don't

It's gonna be close, I don't think any more than 3 or 4 wins separate these teams at the end.

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mmmmmm.... idk, ima say

mmmmmm.... idk, ima say clippers just cuz the kings r now so used to havin martin out, and when he comes back, every1 will have to adjsut, so clippers, and the clippers r deeper

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I think they both will. Both

I think they both will. Both teams are about to get star players back. Kings will get Martin and the Clippers should be getting Griffin in two-three weeks.

It won't happen immediately, but I think Griffin will have a tremendous impact once he gets his legs under him. Not necesarily as far as scoring, but with his energy, rebounding, etc.

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the kings, tyreke is an

the kings, tyreke is an allstar this year and his slashing style will fit well with kevin martin and i think martin can thrive without the ball in his hands all the time.

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I think Evans and Martin

I think Evans and Martin will fit well together. Martin plays well without the ball and he'll open up driving lanes for Evans. I can't wait to see them on the floor together.

I like the Kings right now. Well coached... Very good young talent that's overachieving right now.

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im curious to see how that

im curious to see how that works. so far evans has played the sg and hes a score first guard. i think martin will still get his points but im curious as to the other players get there points with martin and evans taking alot of shots. as far as who will be better. id say the kings because martin has allstar talent and blake at best i see getting 15-8. hes still a rookie and hes far behind as far as game condition and game understanding.

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and i dont think evans is a

and i dont think evans is a allstar this year..not over kobe,nash,dwill,cp3,roy durant,melo,dirk,gasol,zbo,duncan,amare,gay

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CLIPPERS

Clippers all the way!

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Clippers because Griffin

Clippers because Griffin should take them over the edge and also Kevin Martin will jack up Sac's chemistry. These two team are not bad. I like clippers talent but their coach sucks. I love Sac's youth and grittiness.

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so you dont think blake

so you dont think blake might jack up the clippers chemstry since the offense runs through chris?..plus the fact blake is a rookie that hasnt even played a game and missed training camp?. i think some of yall are under estimating how long it will probably take a rookie to get adjusted to the nba when hes missed half the season and most of training camp and with a established scorer down low on top of what team he will be playing with

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and would the chemistry

and would the chemistry issue be more of one for a rookie going to a team that already has chemisry issues then with a veteran? as far as the teams not being bad. they are what there record says they are. if .500 is average int he nba what is below .500? i know i wouldnt call that good. and i wouldnt call below .500 average so what do you call it?

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if clippers didnt have such a bad coach

Could be pretty even by end of the season. If Clippers didn't have a retard for a coach then I would of said Clippers. While the Kings are coached very well but are far too young.

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No... I don't think Griffin will mess up the Clippers' chemistry at all. The offense will continue to run through Kaman.

It's been established since the start of the season that Griffin doesn't have to be the savior of the team. He's a smart kid. He's not going to come in expecting the offense to run through him or trying to take 15-20 shots per game. He's going to play with energy, rebound and play D. He'll score when he gets the opportunity. Honestly... I think it'll be an easy transition.

It's a lot different than the Martin situation because he's the same position as Evans and has been the team's leading scorer the last few years. Martin is used to taking a ton of shots. He was averaging 30 before he got injured. The Kings will have a harder time establishing chemistry when Martin returns than the Clippers will have when Griffin returns. Simply because that's all Martin really brings to the table.

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