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Hollinger 2010 playoff odds.

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Despite the horrible Boston/New Jersey results last week, the Cats are 6-2 over their past eight. It's hard to argue against them being in the playoffs if they maintain that kind of record.

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Also, we're tied with Milwaukee right now for the 6th spot at 9-11 and they're going in the wrong direction with four straight losses. We're just two back from Miami for the 5th playoff spot.

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The East is so awful beyond that Boston/Orlando/Cleveland triumverate that the Bobcats could finish anywhere from 4th to 14th. I like what the team has shown in the last few weeks though.

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