Rasheed Wallace to the....

7/5/2009 9:14:20 PM
dcsportfan10
7/5/2009 9:26:17 PM Report Abuse

oh god

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mcnairfrk
7/5/2009 10:44:30 PM Report Abuse

buckle up

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baseball18
7/5/2009 10:59:36 PM Report Abuse

i know next offseason is the big one, this one has been kind of overlooked i think.  it's been really really interesting and there have been some big signs and trades.

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bmredskin26
7/5/2009 11:22:17 PM Report Abuse

The power of the NBA has shifted to the East.

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apman39
7/5/2009 11:58:47 PM Report Abuse

Not at all.  The Lakers, Spurs, and Nuggets all must be considered serious threats.  Right now I'd give the edge to the West still because the Lakers got better and are the defending champs.  But definately the East has gotten much stronger over the past two or so seasons.  This is a good move by the Celtics too.  Wow I'm really looking forward to next season.

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dcsportfan10
7/6/2009 1:02:41 AM Report Abuse

the nuggets have ZERO chance of winning the title next year, every team that was contending last year got better except for the nuggets. i do think the east is more dominant, if you compare the top 4 seeds in the east to the top 4 in the west. if you compare the 8 playoff teams, yea you have an argument, but we all know the teams that actually have a shot this up coming season are the ones who put more talent on an already loaded team..i.e. cavs, magic,celtics,lakers,spurs

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Ppatt78
7/6/2009 1:47:11 AM Report Abuse

the Celtics have to be the favorites now huh, assuming KG is healthy.

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MikeSellers45
7/6/2009 8:25:06 AM Report Abuse

Sheed, Perkins, KG, Ray Allen, Paul Pierce, Rondo, and Starbaury.....yikes.

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pbuckley
7/6/2009 8:41:11 AM Report Abuse

They better win it next year because they are one really old team

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da_tree03
7/6/2009 9:15:00 AM Report Abuse

honestly i dont see how the magic got better. vince carter, imo, is not an upgrade from hedo...and they lost hedo, rafer and courtney lee and those last two names were great contributors to the team...

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evansm12
7/6/2009 9:51:46 AM Report Abuse

The Magic also get a sompletely healthy Jameer Nelson

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da_tree03
7/6/2009 9:59:22 AM Report Abuse

no disrepect to Jameer Nelson, but losing Hedo is going to hurt alot...

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BRonEAdams
7/6/2009 10:03:50 AM Report Abuse

i dont think the power has shifted to the east, id say the top teams in each conference are beefing up. the conferences will be more topheavy. adding rasheed made the celtics the team to beat in the east foloowed by the cavs, magic, pistons. the west will be dominated by the lakers, spurs, and nuggets.

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dcsportfan10
7/6/2009 5:18:24 PM Report Abuse

i dont think the pistons are contenders

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UnitedSkins
7/7/2009 10:52:37 PM Report Abuse

Mr. Buckley, the Celtics are old, but young teams don't win in the NBA. Older teams have historically been much better than their younger counterparts. A good example is the Lakers-Magic series.

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