Biggest Suprise so far?
Posted 09 November 2012 - 09:35 PM
I would walk thru hell in a gasoline suit to play the game of baseball- Pete Rose
Posted 09 November 2012 - 10:37 PM
HNL: Bulls GM
S2: 20-62 | S3: 51-31 (Lost to Braves 4-3 in Semi Finals; GMOY) | S3: 52-30 (Lost to 76ers 4-3 in First Round) | S4: 28-16
Posted 10 November 2012 - 07:29 AM
Losing your best player and #1 scoring option doesn't help your team.
I am surprised at how poor the Pacers have been this year. Other than losing to the Spurs we should have won every game we have lost. Quite pathetic how thy find ways to lose games. All those that [expletive deleted] about Granger not being a #1 guy, how do you like him now. Granger is looking pretty damn important now to the team. He might not be a star on most teams but he is our star and we seem lost without him.
Posted 10 November 2012 - 07:51 AM
I would add James Harden but I expected he'll be good as a starter. His first two games were impressive though.
Damian Lillard, win or loss. He's having an impressive start to his rookie season. Not sure if it'll continue but it's a good start.
I would say Knicks 4-0 start is surprising but it's not for me , only cause I expected them to start good because Amare Stoudemire isn't there, and I just think Knicks play so much greater when Carmelo and Amare aren't playing together... they might play good together this season but I don't know. I am surprised that they are the only undefeated team in the league though, that speaks a lot to how well they are playing.
Mavericks, I love how well they have been playing without Dirk Nowitzki. I just can't wait for Dirk to come back, to see how the whole team play together.
| Best PG: Rajon Rondo | Fav Defender: Serge Ibaka | Fav PF: Blake Griffin
Posted 10 November 2012 - 09:09 AM
Co-Commish of the GSL, former Timberwolves GM: 10.5 Seasons (659-210) 3 Championships
Posted 10 November 2012 - 12:35 PM
Honestly i WOULD be surprised if they get the 8th seed, I can see them getting that 6th seed, only teams better right now in the East are Heat, Boston, Knicks, (MAYBE) Brooklyn and Chicago (although I think we matchup well with them)
I'm surprised at the Bucks, honestly. Their team is pretty solid and I wouldn't be surprised to see them catch the 8th seed.
No one talks about Jrue Holiday but the guy is playing crazy good, hes averaging 19/11 i think.
Posted 10 November 2012 - 12:50 PM
I'll say that the Bucks have surprised me this season, as well as the Wolves.
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