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  • Majesiu
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    Little late to the thread with the 3 already played and 1-2 record, but I think we will be able to pull 7-3, however the one remaining loss is against hot Bulls in windy city. Eleventh of January should be the day when we finally get our signature home victory this season (Washington without Wall doesn't count).

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  • Shaolin Fantastic
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    6 wins isn’t good enough need to get at least 7 here. We can’t just drop every game against a tough team especially if we’re gonna have bogey games like the Dallas one.

    Need that #1 seed. I’m gonna predict 5-5 since my negative predictions seem to jinx the team into doing well so far this year.

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  • Demographic Shift
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    7 and 3...

    I was feeling pretty cocky about calling the last segment spot on .... until I saw the guy who is his own source called it as well..

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  • Mitch P
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    Writing after the Dallas game certainly tends to put a pessimistic spin on things. But I'm saying 6 wins even though once more the competition is a bit thin. I'm seeing a few things of late which worry me. I feel that Lowry while still very good has indeed lost a bit from his peak and is not as likely to take over a game as he could in the past few years. OG hasn't made a three in the past couple of games and is getting very few shots. The bench only group is struggling horribly to score and I'm not confident that CJ Miles is really the answer. His 3 point shooting reputation is somewhat based on last year which was his best ever. He might not really be a 40% shooter. His limited minutes also seem to encourage him to chuck it up when he does get in.

    I think the Raptors are a year away.....and that if Lowry doesn't deteriorate too much. If Siakam can work his ass off and develop a better shot (ditto Delon) and Powell gets his head straight they could be very, very good. Of course so could Boston. I feel like this is Cleveland's last big year.

    So I predict losses to 2 more lousy teams, a close one to Cleveland and a win tomorrow night to get us all optimistic again. If they lose tomorrow it goes down to 5/5.

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  • Chefff
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    7-3

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  • S.R.
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    7-3 but they do really need to start beating some of the other top teams.

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  • TheWaterboy
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    I'm torn between 7-3 and 8-2 here, but I think I'll go with 7-3, just because after a long stretch of winning the games we are supposed to (except for the Clippers game), this relatively young team is likely to have one generic didn't-haven't-it game amongst these ten which turns into a lost game we could have and should have won.

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  • DanH
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    7-3, drop the OKC and CLE games, and split the BKN/MIA back to back.

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  • Abbas
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    8-2

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  • enlightenment
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    I think we sweep it. 10-0

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  • 3inthekeon
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    Not an optimist by nature, but this is a very good Raptor team both on offence and defence.
    8-2.

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  • Jclaw
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    the back to back at OKC could be tough. there will be an unexplained loss somewhere but I guess there could be an unexplained win. 9-1? That's the optimistic me.

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  • planetmars
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    This is a tougher schedule but not as tough as the first 10. Will go 8-2. Losses to Milwaukee on the road, and to Miami at home on the back to back.

    I guess I'm hoping more then believing they beat Cleveland.

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  • MixxAOR
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    0-10

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  • 007
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    7-3, losses to Cleveland, one of the Milwaukee games and OKC

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