Even though our Roster may be depleded for this weekend, I still think we can beat the Pacers and the Magic.
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I really hope that the NBA goes to a MLB type of system and has a wild card game to determine who gets into the playoffs.
The NBA should really consider going to a 16-team playoff.
I just signed a petition calling for Congress to oppose the
anti-environment and pro-corporate “No More National Parks” bill. I think you should too!
I wish that the NBA could change their playoff format to a march madness tournament style playoff with the best 16 teams getting in.
I am glad that we now truly have a long-term head coach in George Karl.