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  • MACK11
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    If the team stays pat id say our record would be around 48-34

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  • isaacthompson
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    isaacthompson wrote: View Post
    I'd be ecstatic with 50 wins.
    ***assuming the team is staying the course for the time being..

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  • isaacthompson
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    KeonClark wrote: View Post
    Exactly, let's just keep riding it out and see how long it does ride out. If we end up with 45-50 wins at the end of the season, even the pro tankers should be happy that we're a LOT closer with a few of these guys on the roster than anyone imagined.
    I'd be ecstatic with 50 wins.

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  • KeonClark
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    2KJ wrote: View Post
    Raptors must prove they can hold on to their spot as they do have a very good chance, even to be # 3 w/ Al Horford out for a while. They are the best overall team in the Atlantic, but Brooklyn, NY, even Boston are not to be underestimated. NY and Brooklyn are fighting like shit to make the playoffs as they don't have a first rounder this year.

    If the Raptors are able to deliver and win key, must-win games in the following months, they should keep the core and build on it. But if the Raptors lose against teams that they should be beating (like last year) and fall behind the division, they should start selling for picks and other assets. We can't be stuck in no man's land, as our GM would say.
    Exactly, let's just keep riding it out and see how long it does ride out. If we end up with 45-50 wins at the end of the season, even the pro tankers should be happy that we're a LOT closer with a few of these guys on the roster than anyone imagined.

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  • 2KJ
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    Raptors must prove they can hold on to their spot as they do have a very good chance, even to be # 3 w/ Al Horford out for a while. They are the best overall team in the Atlantic, but Brooklyn, NY, even Boston are not to be underestimated. NY and Brooklyn are fighting like shit to make the playoffs as they don't have a first rounder this year.

    If the Raptors are able to deliver and win key, must-win games in the following months, they should keep the core and build on it. But if the Raptors lose against teams that they should be beating (like last year) and fall behind the division, they should start selling for picks and other assets. We can't be stuck in no man's land, as our GM would say.

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  • Stahmenah_Vybz
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    Hotshot wrote: View Post
    Don't forget you are on the Raptors board, if the Raptors were to lose their next 3 games in a row then all of the sudden its doom's day scenario all over again and the same fans who were screaming in joy for going to the playoffs are heading for their tanks (aka wanting to tank) once again.

    Bunch of reactive schizophrenics around here.
    Very good point

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  • RandomGuy
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    Memphis crushed Bobcats, does that mean they are not going to make the playoffs?

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  • Hotshot
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    isaacthompson wrote: View Post
    I can't believe this is even a thread. lol

    It's one game.

    Don't forget you are on the Raptors board, if the Raptors were to lose their next 3 games in a row then all of the sudden its doom's day scenario all over again and the same fans who were screaming in joy for going to the playoffs are heading for their tanks (aka wanting to tank) once again.

    Bunch of reactive schizophrenics around here.

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  • draftedraptor
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    TRex wrote: View Post
    That's not that surprising. GS is a great team. They can beat anybody in this league.
    I like what i am seeing from the warriors and trailblazers. the team builds looks very similar. overall everyone is smart and share the ball effectively, scoring bigs who can hurt you bad, star PG from the draft and wing defense. bobcats are like two players short before they go nuts.

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  • iblastoff
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    TRex wrote: View Post
    That's not that surprising. GS is a great team. They can beat anybody in this league.
    Oh I know. They're my other fav team on the west. But I still didn't expect such destruction!


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  • The Great One
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    iblastoff wrote: View Post
    and golden state just completely destroyed the heat. lots of crazy shit happening.
    That's not that surprising. GS is a great team. They can beat anybody in this league.

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  • TRX
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    Nosike wrote: View Post
    It's not that Westbrook is the batman, it's that his scoring, despite being more inefficient than Durants, makes things easier for Durant and the rest of the team by taking pressure off them.

    This is the same concept I've been trying to explain with derozan but no one is having it.
    ... With good reason.

    For starters, 39% of Westbrook's attempts come in the paint. 26% for DeRozan. DeRozan is also shooting 39.5% on ~18fga/game since Rudy was traded. (Rudy Gay was shooting 38.8% on ~18.5fga with Toronto.) Not to mention... Westbrook also takes plenty of heat for taking too many bad shots as well, so it's not like DeRozan is being singled out.

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  • iblastoff
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    at least theres no surprises from my team in portland tonight! crushing charlotte easily. this thread has no purpose.

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  • Masai Ujiri
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    iblastoff wrote: View Post
    and golden state just completely destroyed the heat. lots of crazy shit happening.
    Inb4 raps get the number one seed lol

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  • Masai Ujiri
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    TRex wrote: View Post
    Speaking of OKC. Man, they look like an average team without Westbrook. There's no way you lose to the Nets specially at home.

    Maybe Westbrook is the real Batman in OKC?? i mean, last year in the playoffs they looked so bad without him. And Durant looked lost.

    As for this thread. Don't tell me you're already in panic mode after tonight's scores lol.
    It's not that Westbrook is the batman, it's that his scoring, despite being more inefficient than Durants, makes things easier for Durant and the rest of the team by taking pressure off them.

    This is the same concept I've been trying to explain with derozan but no one is having it.

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