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So it's still slow in the NBA world with all the big, medium, and most of the small names signed already. As the team rosters pretty much stand as is, I thought we could all make some projections on what is going to happen next year. I'll also be making this into a competition where answers get points and I'll record everybody's projections. After the year is over, I'll tally up the points to anoint our Nostradamus of the Year (NOY) award. And don't worry, I won't flake out. I've been on this site daily for over 6 years.

So here are the rules:

1. Predict the standings for the East teams (1-15) and the West teams (1-15). 5 points for correct position, 3 points if they are one rank away, and 1 point if playoff/non-playoff prediction is correct if no points have been received for that team yet.

2. You get 3 predictions for the MVP, MIP, DPOY, 6MOY, and ROY. Order counts on these predictions. If your first prediction is correct, you get 5 points. If your second prediction is correct you get 3 points. If your third prediction is correct you get 1 point. If none of your predictions are correct, you suck.

That's pretty much it. It's fairly simple. Some input on the scoring from other posters would be appreciated as I think I might have the team rankings weighted to much, but the decision will be made based on our opinions.

Also, don't criticize people's predictions as none of us really know what is going to happen next year. So don't be going around neggin' everybody if they don't put your team in the playoffs. Once you post your picks, there is no changing.

I'll have my picks up in a little bit so people can use it as a template.


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my picks

So here we go....

East:
1. Miami
2. Chicago
3. Indiana
4. Brooklyn
5. New York
6. Detroit
7. Toronto
8. Washington

9. Cleveland
10. Atlanta
11. Charlotte
12. Boston
13. Orlando
14. Milwaukee
15. Philadelphia

West:
1. Clippers
2. Oklahoma City
3. San Antonio
4. Memphis
5. Golden State
6. Houston
7. Portland
8. Minnesota

9. Dallas
10. New Orleans
11. Denver
12. Lakers
13. Sacramento
14. Utah
15. Phoenix

MVP: 1. James 2. Paul 3. Durant
MIP: 1. Valanciunas 2. Wall 3. Irving
DPOY: 1. Howard 2. M.Gasol 3. Sanders
6MOY: 1. JR Smith 2. Ja.Crawford 3. H.Barnes
ROY: 1. McLemore 2. Zeller 3. Oladipo

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I think the Warriors can

I think the Warriors can outplay Memphis for that 4th seed

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Decision

That was a hard choice. But the warriors lost their backup pg and best big man off the bench in jack and Landry. They also have to rely on curry, lee, and bogut who have all had troubles with injuries in the past. They did bring in iggy, which will help their depth. Memphis is playing their first full year without gay. They'll be a good defensive team and they added some guys who can actually make threes which will help out their post oriented offence. They might dump zbo due to salary, which could bring this team down. But I'm a huge Ed Davis fan so id kinda like that to see him get some more minutes.

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My Picks

East

1 Pacers
2 Heat
3 Chicago
4 Brooklyn
5 Washington
6 New York
7 Cleveland
8 Toronto

9 Atlanta
10 Detroit
11 Charlotte
12 Orlando
13 Boston
14 Philadelphia
15 Milwaukee

West

1 L.A Clippers
2 San Antonio
3 Golden State Warriors
4 Houston
5 Oklahoma City*
6 Memphis
7 Minnesota
8 New Orleans

9 Dallas
10 Portland
11 Denver
12 L.A Lakers
13 Sacramento
14 Utah
15 Phoenix

MVP: 1) Chris Paul 2) LeBron James 3) Kevin Durant 4) Paul George 5) Derrick Rose

MIP: 1) Derrick Favors 2) John Wall 3) Enes Kanter 4) Ricky Rubio 5) Jonas Valanciunas

DPOY: 1) Dwight Howard 2) Marc Gasol 3) Serge Ibaka 4) Avery Bradley 5) Paul George

6MOY: 1) Tyreke Evans 2) Danny Granger 3) Klay Thompson 4) JR Smith 5) Jamal Crowford

ROY: 1) Cody Zeller 2) Victor Oladipo 3) Ben McLemore 4) Michael Cartee-Williams 5) Trey Burke

*( They lost for the second time a his third foot offensive, but this time is different, have failed to change anyone, but Ibaka can't bring Harden or Martin offensive level, Kevin and Russell can not do the work of 12 men )

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My Picks

East:
1. Miami
2. Chicago
3. Brooklyn
4. Indiana
5. NYK
6. Washington
7. Cleveland
8. Atlanta

9. Detroit
10. Orlando
11. Boston
12. Toronto
13. Charlotte
14. Milwaukee
15. Philadelphia

West:
1. Oklahoma City
2. Houston
3. LA Clippers
4. San Antonio
5. Golden State
6. Memphis
7. Minnesota
8. New Orleans

9. Denver
10. Portland
11. Dallas
12. LA Lakers
13. Sacramento
14. Phoenix
15. Utah

MVP: 1. Lebron James 2. Kevin Durant 3. Chris Paul

MIP: 1. Enes Kanter 2. Tobias Harris 3. Gordon Hayward

DPOY: 1. Roy Hibbert 2. Dwight Howard 3. Kevin Garnett

6 MOY: 1. Tyreke Evans 2. JR Smith 3. Manu Ginobili

ROY: 1: Victor Oladipo 2. Cody Zeller 3. Trey Burke

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East: 1. Miami 2. Chicago 3.

East:
1. Miami
2. Chicago
3. Indiana
4. Brooklyn
5. New York
6. Cleveland
7. Toronto
8. Washington

9. Detroit
10. Atlanta
11. Charlotte
12. Milwaukee
13. Orlando
14. Boston
15. Philadelphia

West:
1. Oklahoma City
2. LA Clippers
3. San Antonio
4. Memphis
5. Golden State
6. Houston
7. Denver
8. New Orleans

9. Minnesota
10. Portland
11. Dallas
12. LA Lakers
13. Sacramento
14. Utah
15. Phoenix

MVP: Lebron James
MIP: Enes Kanter/Derrick Favors
DPOY: Dwight Howard
6MOY: Jamal Crawford
ROY: Cody Zeller

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Picks

EAST
1. Miami
2. Indiana
3. Chicago
4. Brooklyn
5. New York
6. Washington
7. Toronto
8. Detroit
9. Cleveland
10. Atlanta
11. Charlotte
12. Orlando
13. Boston
14. Milwaukee
15. Philadelphia
WEST
1. Oklahoma City
2. LA Clippers
3. San Antonio
4. Memphis
5. Golden State
6. Houston
7. New Orleans
8. Minnesota
9. Dallas
10. Portland
11. Sacramento
12. LA Lakers
13. Denver
14. Utah
15. Phoenix

MVP: 1. Lebron 2. Durant 3. Rose
MIP: 1. Enes Kanter 2. Jeremy Lamb 3. John Wall
DPOY: 1. Noah 2. Lebron 3. Dwight
6MOY: 1. Jamal Crawford 2. Harrison Barnes 3. Tyreke Evans
ROY: 1. Anthony Bennett 2. Victor Oladipo 3. CJ Mccollum

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I hope you guys that are

I hope you guys that are thinking Kanter will win MIP are right, either him or Favors would please me.

B-BallFan : If I'm right your a Jazz fan and if your right and Kanter wins MIP and Hayward is 3rd and if Trey finishes 3rd in ROY race and Favors has at least a decent yr, I don't see the Jazz finishing last in the west, I think that must be wishful thinking on your part and your hoping we end up with Wiggins . I'm OK with all of this happening but I just don't see the Jazz finishing last if those 3 guys have good to very good years.
The West is tough and the draft is very good so if the Jazz finish last or second to last that would put us in the running for a very good player in the draft. This is the year to struggle.

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I'm actually not a Jazz fan,

I'm actually not a Jazz fan, even if my selections make me look that way. Looking back at my list, it does seem unlikely that the Jazz would get that much award recognition for a last place team. That said, Enes Kanter is in line for a big boost in minutes and is already fairly efficient and productive when given minutes, Trey Burke has very little contention for playing time for a rookie pg and this year's rookie class lacks star power, and Gordon Hayward should see his role on the team increase.

But even big steps up in production from Hayward and Kanter and a good rookie season may not be enough for the Jazz to avoid the cellar, as they are very inexperienced and have a dearth of veteran talent. Enes Kanter, Gordon Hayward, and Trey Burke could all have good years, but still fail to make-up for the loss of Big Al, Paul Millsap, and Mo Williams.

The Jazz's young line-up will need time to gel and figures to struggle at both ends of the floor, as even if Hayward improves, he isn't ready to be a go-to scorer, and Kanter could win MIP, but still fail to replace the production of Al Jefferson. And in this year's draft, Trey Burke could contend for ROY without being a true upgrade over Mo Williams.

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You make good points and like

You make good points and like I said, in a lot of ways I hope your right, the Jazz bench will be atrocious and that could or probably should result in a lot of losses. I really like Kanter and think he has a great chance to be the go to guy for the Jazz, he is inexperienced but shows a lot of talent. That said , Kanter for MIP is very possible. Hayward should improve from about 14.2 pts to 16.5 or so maybe even more, Favors , I think he will still struggle offensively but he should still score around 14 or 15 and he will anchor the defense. Somebody has to score so I don't think those figures are too high, Burks is a scorer and if he gets his time he will probably score 12 to 15 pts per. To me Burke will struggle and score around 10. The positive that will come out of this year will be seeing the youing core guys improve , I think that will happen even if the losses pile up. Because the Jazz FO didn't throw Kanter , Favors, Hayward or Burks to the wolves, these kids do have some experience and even though I see a lot of looses, I see also some close games, entertaining games, that end with an L.

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East: 1. Miami 2. Chicago 3.

East:
1. Miami
2. Chicago
3. Indiana
4. Brooklyn
5. New York
6. Detroit
7. Cleveland
8. Washington

9. Toronto
10. Atlanta
11. Charlotte
12. Boston
13. Orlando
14. Milwaukee
15. Philadelphia

West:
1. OKC
2. Clips
3. San Antonio
4. Houston
5. Golden Sate
6. Memphis
7. Portland
8. Denver

9. Dallas
10. New Orleans
11. Portland
12. Lakers
13. Sacramento
14. Utah
15. Phoenix

MVP: 1. KD 2. Bron 3.CP3
MIP: 1. Bledsoe 2. Wall 3. Irving
DPOY: 1. Howard 2. Bron 3. Noah
6MOY: 1. Jack2. Ja.Crawford 3. JR
ROY: 1. Oladipo 2. Bennett 3. B Mac

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Minny?

Which Portland is Minnesota?

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East: 1. Miami 2. Chicago 3.

East:
1. Miami
2. Chicago
3. Indiana
4. Brooklyn
5. New York
6. Detroit
7. Cleveland
8. Washington

9. Atlanta
10. Toronto
11. Charlotte
12. Milwaukee
13. Boston
14. Orlando
15. Philadelphia

West:
1. OKC
2. Clippers
3. San Antonio
4. Golden State
5. Houston
6. Memphis
7. Minnesota
8. Portland

9. New Orleans
10. Dallas
11. Lakers
12. Denver
13. Sacramento
14. Utah
15. Phoenix

MVP- Lebron, Durant, Paul
MIP- Gordon Hayward, Tobias Harris, Jonas Valunciunas
DPOY- Lebron, Dwight, Noah
6Man- Harrison Barnes, JR Smith, Jamal Crawford
ROY- McLemore, Oladipo, Zeller

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EAST Standings1.Miami

EAST Standings
1.Miami Heat
2.Chicago Bulls
3.Brooklyn Nets
4.Indiana Pacers
5.New York Knicks
6.Washington Wizards
7.Cleveland Cavaliers
8.Toronto Raptors

9.Detroit Pistons
10.Charlotte Bobcats
11.Atlanta Hawks
12.Orlando Magic
13.Boston Celtics
14.Milwaukee Bucks
15.Philadelphia Seventy-Sixers

WEST Standings
1.San Antonio Spurs
2.OKC Thunder
3.Golden State Warriors
4.LA Clippers
5.Houston Rockets
6.Memphis Grizzlies
7.Dallas Mavs
8.Portland Trailblazers

9.Minnesota T-Wolves
10.New Orleans Pelican
11.Denver Nuggets
12.LA Lakers
13.Utah Jazz
14.Sacramento Kings
15.Phoenix Suns

MVP: 1)Lebron James 2)Kevin Durant 3)Dwight Howard 4)CP3
5)John Wall

MIP: 1)John Wall 2)Tobias Harris 3)Jonas Valanciunas 4)Ricky Rubio 4)Ethier Utah young big men (Kanter/Favors

DPOY: 1)Dwight Howard 2)Roy Hibbert 3)Lebron James 4)Larry Sanders 5)Joakim Noah

6MOY: 1)Tyreke Evans 2)Jamal Crawford 3)JR Smith 4)Harrison Barnes 5)Jarret Jack

ROY: 1)Michael Carter-Williams 2)Ben McLemore 3)Victor Oladipo 4)Trey Burke 5)Cody Zeller

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Eastern Conference 1. Miami

Eastern Conference
1. Miami Heat
2. Indiana Pacers
3. Chicago Bulls
4. Brooklyn Nets
5. New York Knicks
6. Atlanta Hawks
7. Washington Wizards
8. Toronto Raptors

9. Detroit Pistons
10. Cleveland Cavaliers
11. Boston Celtics
12. Charlotte Bobcats
13. Milwaukee Bucks
14. Orlando Magic
15. Philadelphia 76ers

Western Conference
1. Los Angeles Clippers
2. San Antonio Spurs
3. Oklahoma City Thunder
4. Golden State Warriors
5. Memphis Grizzlies
6. Houston Rockets
7. Minnesota Timberwolves
8. Portland Trail Blazers

9. Denver Nuggets
10. New Orleans Pelicans
11. Los Angeles Lakers
12. Dallas Mavericks
13. Sacramento Kings
14. Utah Jazz
15. Phoenix Suns

MVP: 1) Chris Paul, 2) LeBron James, 3) Kevin Durant
MIP: 1) Andre Drummond, 2) Jimmy Butler, 3) Jonas Valanciunas
DPOY: 1) Roy Hibbert, 2) Joakim Noah, 3) Dwight Howard
6MOY: 1) Tyreke Evans, 2) Lou Williams, 3) Danny Granger
ROY: 1) Victor Oladipo, 2) Trey Burke, 3) Ben McLemore
COY (Bonus): 1) Randy Wittman, 2) Dwane Casey, 3) Rick Adelman

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COY

I was thinking about putting COY in there but I'm not a big fan of that award so I don't really wanna give it recognition. It usually just goes to the coach of the most improved team, which isn't fully indicative of coaching ability. When Sam Mitchell has one and Jerry Sloan doesn't, that's when the award loses its credibility.

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East: 1. Miami 2. Chicago 3.

East:
1. Miami
2. Chicago
3. Indiana
4. Brooklyn
5. Washington
6. New York
7. Detroit
8. Cleveland

9. Toronto
10. Atlanta
11. Charlotte
12. Milwaukee
13. Boston
14. Orlando
15. Philadelphia

West:
1. Clippers
2. Houston
3. OKC
4. SA
5. Golden State
6. Memphis
7. Portland
8. Minnesota

9. LA
10. New Orleans
11. Denver
12. Utah
13. Dallas
14. Sacramento
15. Phoenix

MVP: 1. Durant 2. James 3. Howard
MIP: 1. Kanter 2. T. Harris 3. Drummond
DPOY: 1. Howard 2. Sanders 3. M. Gasol
6MOY: 1. Granger 2. Ja.Crawford 3. L.Williams
ROY: 1. Oladipo 2. McLemore 3. Zeller

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East: 1. Miami 2. Indiana 3.

East:
1. Miami
2. Indiana
3. New York
4. Chicago
5. Brooklyn
6. Cleveland
7. Washington
8. Detroit

9. Atlanta
10. Toronto
11. Boston
12. Milwaukee
13. Charlotte
14. Orlando
15. Philadelphia

West:
1. Oklahoma City
2. Los Angeles Clippers
3. San Antonio
4. Houston
5. Golden State
6. Memphis
7. Portland
8. Minnesota

9. New Orleans
10. Denver
11. Los Angeles Lakers
12. Dallas
13. Sacramento
14. Utah
15. Phoenix

MVP: 1. LeBron James, 2. Kevin Durant, 3. Chris Paul
MIP: 1. Harrison Barnes, 2. Andre Drummond, 3. Eric Bledsoe
DPOY: 1. Roy Hibbert, 2. LeBron James, 3. Dwight Howard
6MOY: 1. Harrison Barnes, 2. Jamal Crawford, 3. Andrei Kirilenko
ROY: 1. Victor Oladipo, 2. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, 3. Michael Carter-Williams

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East 1. Indiana 2. Miami 3.

East

1. Indiana
2. Miami
3. Brooklyn
4. Chicago
5. New York
6. Cleveland
7. Washington
8. Detroit

9. Atlanta
10. Toronto
11. Milwaukee
12. Charlotte
13. Boston
14. Orlando
15. Philadelphia

West

1. Oklahoma City
2. LA Clippers
3. Houston
4. San Antonio
5. Golden State
6. Memphis
7. Minnesota
8. Portland

9. Dallas
10. New Orleans
11. Denver
12. LA Lakers
13. Sacramento
14. Utah
15. Phoenix

MVP: 1. Lebron James 2. Kevin Durant 3. James Harden
MIP: 1. Jonas Valunciunas 2. Andre Drummond 3. Andrew Nicholson
DPOY: 1. Dwight Howard 2. Lebron James 3. Larry Sanders
6th: 1. Danny Granger 2. Harrsion Barnes 3. Jarrett Jack
ROY: 1. Victor Oladipo 2. Kelly Olynyk 3. Anthony Bennett

(Bonus) #1 pick goes to Boston

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:)

Great idea, great game! Congrats! I'll post my predictions soon ..

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One suggestion

The MVP, ROY and other awards to be with five predictions calculating the points in the same pattern (1st - 5, 2nd - 4, 3rd - 3, 4th - 2, 5th - 1), I think it'd be more interesting and guys who already posted their forecasts can edit. What do you think ?

You can also include Top scorer and/or Coach of the year. Thank you.

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My Picks

EAST

1. Indiana Pacers
2. Miami Heat (Miami had reached their ceiling. I even predict a step back, because of Mike Miller's departure and D-Wade getting older. I'm not considering Greg Oden a legit contributor yet, I wish him all the best. though.)
3. Brooklyn Nets
4. Chicago Bulls
5. Cleveland Cavaliers (Lots of talent and a coach upgrade, they can do it!)
6. New York Knicks (I put them here on purpose, I want to see a New York clash in the first round with Brooklyn prevailing).
7. Detroit Pistons
8. Atlanta Hawks
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9. Washington Wizards (This was the hardest call. The battle for the 8th seed, I just don't believe Wizards can stay healthy, besides I don't believe in Otto Porter. So a break-out season by John Wall wouldn't be enough, Hawks are more balanced and HEALTHIER, imo.)
10. Toronto Raptors
11. Boston Celtics
12. Orlando Magic
13. Charlotte Bobcats
14. Milwaukee Bucks
15. Philadelphia 76ers

WEST

1. Houston Rockets
2. LA Clippers
3. San Antonio Spurs
4. Oklahoma City Thunder
5. Golden State Warriors
6. Minnesota T-Wolves
7. Memphis Grizzlies
8. LA Lakers ( I'm not delusional, I'm even Boston's fan, but this ain't fan-dreaming, I predict Kobe will be back hungry for wins, Lakers' picks this summer aren't that bad and finally Gasol+Nash - this guys can still play ball.)
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9. New Orleans Pelicans
10. Portland Trailblazers
11. Dallas Mavericks
12. Denver Nuggets (I really like them but losing the best GM, the best coach and with Galo injured + Lawson busy cheating on his pregnant wife/girlfriend - I think the Nuggets need to get punished! lol).
13. Sacramento Kings
14. Phoenix Suns
15. Utah Jazz

* Rookie Of the Year : 1. Ben Mclemore 2. Victor Oladipo 3. Cody Zeller /// 4. Kelly Olynyk 5. Anthony Bennett

* Most Valuable Player: 1. Chris Paul 2. LeBron James 3. Paul George /// 4. James Harden 5. Kevin Durant

* Defensive Player Of the Year: 1. Roy Hibbert 2. Dwight Howard 3. Joakim Noah /// 4. LeBron James 5. Serge Ibaka

* Sixth Man Of the Year: 1. Danny Granger 2. Tyreke Evans 3. Andre Iguadala /// 4. Harrison Barnes 5. Klay Thompson ( Don't know who's starting for GSW, dammit!)

* Most Improved Player: 1. Ricky Rubio 2. Kawhi Leonard 3. Jeff Green /// 4. John Wall 5. Jonas Valanciunas

BONUS:

* Top Scorer: 1. Carmelo Anthony 2. Kevin Durant 3. Paul George /// 4. LeBron James 5. Kobe Bryant

* Coach Of the Year: 1. Kevin McHale 2. Frank Vogel 3. Rick Adelman 4. Mark Jackson 5. Doc Rivers

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My Picks

East

1. Miami Heat
2. Chicago Bulls
3. Indiana Pacers
4. New York Knicks
5. Brooklyn Nets
6. Washington Wizards
7. Cleveland Cavaliers
8. Detroit Pistons
9. Atlanta Hawks
10. Toronto Raptors
11. Boston Celtics
12. Orlando Magic
13. Milwaukee Bucks
14. Charlotte Bobcats
15. Philadelphia 76ers

West
1. Oklahoma City Thunder
2. San Antonio Spurs
3. Los Angles Clippers
4. Golden State Warriors
5. Memphis Grizzlies
6. Houston Rockets
7. Minnesota Timberwolves
8. Portland Trailblazers
9. New Orleans Pelicans
10. Denver Nuggets
11. Dallas Mavericks
12. Los Angles Lakers
13. Utah Jazz
14. Sacramento Kings
15. Phoenix Suns

MVP Lebron James / Kevin Durant / Chris Paul
MIP John Wall / Enes Kanter / Nikola Vucevic
DPOY Dwight Howard / Serge Ibaka / Marc Gasol
6MOY Jamal Crawford / Reggie Jackson / Harrison Barnes
ROY Victor Oladipo / CJ McCollum / Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

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only

14 players so far, pitty cause this is damn interesting game.

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East 1. Miami 2. Chicago 3.

East

1. Miami
2. Chicago
3. Indiana
4. Brooklyn
5. New York
6. Cleveland
7. Detroit
8. Washington
9. Boston
10. Toronto
11. Atlanta
12. Charlotte
13. Milwaukee
14. Orlando
15. Philadelphia

West

1. Oklahoma City
2. L.A. Clippers
3. San Antonio
4. Golden State
5. Memphis
6. Houston
7. Denver
8. Portland
9. New Orleans
10. Minnesota
11. Dallas
12. Utah
13. L.A. Lakers
14. Sacramento
15. Phoenix

MVP: Kevin Durant
MIP: Enes Kanter
DPOY: Dwight Howard
6MOY: Harrison Barnes, but if Granger comes off the bench I'll say Granger
ROY: Victor Oladipo

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Great Idea

West

Houston
San Antonio
Clippers
Memphis
OKC
Golden State
Dallas
Denver
Utah
Minnesota
Portland
New Orleans
Lakers
Sacramento
Phoenix

East

Miami
Chicago
Indiana
Atlanta
Brooklyn
Detroit
New York
Washington
Toronto
Cleveland
Boston
Milwaukee
Orlando
Charlotte
Philly

MVP 1. James Harden 2. Lebron James 3. Chris Paul
ROY: 1. Victor Oladipo 2. Trey Burke 3. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
MIP: 1. Ty Lawson 2. Andre Drummond 3. Greg Oden
DPOY: 1. Dwight Howard 2. Joakim Noah 3. Paul George
6MOY: 1. Lou Williams 2. Manu Ginobili 3. Danny Granger

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East: 1. Miami 2. Chicago 3.

East:
1. Miami
2. Chicago
3. Brooklyn
4. Indiana
5. Detroit
6. New York
7. Washington
8. Toronto

9. Atlanta
10. Boston
11. Charlotte
12. Cleveland
13. Milwaukee
14. Orlando
15. Philadelphia

West:
1. Oklahoma City
2. San Antonio
3. Memphis
4. Los Angeles Clipps
5. Houston
6. Golden State
7. Minnesota
8. Los Angeles Lakers

9. New Orleans
10. Portland
11. Dallas
12. Denver
13. Phoenix
14. Utah
15. Sacramento

MVP: 1. Durant 2. James 3. Rose
MIP: 1. Bledsoe 2. Kanter 3. Valanciunas
DPOY: 1. James 2. Noah 3. Hibbert
6MOY: 1. R.Jackson 2. Drummond 3. Granger
ROY: 1. Oladipo 2. Burke 3. Zeller

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update

It's been a while since this was on the main page and the forums are getting pretty slow so I'm just commenting to get it back up there. This is still open (up until the start of the season) so if you wanna join just read the rules and comment back. Thanks!

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EAST 1) Miami 2) Pacers 3)

EAST

1) Miami
2) Pacers
3) Chicago
4) Knicks
5) Nets
6) Hawks
7) Wizards
8) Cavs

9) Pistons
10) Raptors
11) Bucks
12) Celtics
13) Bobcats
14) Magic
15) 76ers

WEST

1) OKC
2) SA
3) Rockets
4) Clippers
5) Golden State
6) Memphis
7) Minnesota
8) New Orleans

9) Denver
10) LA lakers
11) Portland
12) Dallas
13) Utah
14) Sacramento
15) Phoenix

MVP - LeBron - KD - James Harden

MIP - Favors - Tobias Harris - Bledsoe

DPOY - Lebron - Noah - Howard

6MOY - Klay Thompson ( idk if he's even coming off the bench lol) - Tyreke - Lance Stephenson

ROY - Cody Zeller - Oladipo - Trey

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