Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by Darth Tater, Oct 11, 2005.
By mid season, Kerr will be picking the Pistons to win it all. ...in the East at least.
It was interesting that in his "worst case scenario" for Detroit he had them not winning the division. For Indiana and the others he either had them barely making the playoffs or not making the playoffs. So even though he picked Indy first, he had a much worse worst case scenario for teams other than the Pistons. On Yahoo last year Kerr was dead on in predicting all of the playoff winners, and matchups and winners of later rounds before the playoffs even began. He didn't miss the winner of even one series.
top 10 in the NBA! ...and this is why u wait til after the preseason (see Stoudamire)... 10. Sacramento 9. Cleveland 8. New Jersey 7. Chicago 6. Houston 5. Indiana 4. Los Angeles 3. Miami 2. DETROIT 1. San Antonio ....i think my bruddas
Wow that LA pick is surprising!
Hmmm I'd think that Indiana would be above LA even giving Phil And Kobe the benefit of the doubt that they can turn the fanchise around
He has to Well i don't like the pistons in 2nd, but since spurs are champs he had to put them at first. I still think we're better, and we would of won if we hadn't screwed up in games 1 and 2.
Here is the Atlantic: http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_y...cB?slug=sk-atlantic101305&prov=yhoo&type=lgns
Looks like a pretty accurate accesment.
By mentioning Cleveland as a championship calibur team, Kerr proves that he's a semi-ridiculous analyst.
Steve's seem to have a chub for Indy since last year. Don't really get it.
, Mr. Pistons. Love your handle, for some reason.
Nothing suprising in this analysis.... although I want to go on record to say that... I really get the feeling that Okafur is going to have a breakout season. Studying/refining his game with "The Dream" this summer can only help his cause.
Don't underestimate Cleveland. They've got all the makings of a championship team.
Except playoff experience, a championship caliber defense or any proven winners. Cleveland has all of the makings of a "playoff" team. I don't see any signs (yet) that they are ready to beat Detroit or Indiana in a best of 7, let alone the Spurs.
Pacific I'm not so sure about Phoenix even making the playoffs let alone winning the division. http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_y...YcB?slug=sk-pacific101705&prov=yhoo&type=lgns
all credibility went out the door with that Phoenix pick. Is Kerr nuts? Winning the division without Q, Joe Johnson and Amare. Get REAL!
Sorry if you guys already saw this. I haven't been able to keep up with everything on here lately. Kerr sees Pistons as the best!!!! http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylt=AjM2jwi3VKERl7dJmii_lO85nYcB?slug=sk-rankings110705&prov=yhoo&type=lgns
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