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Who are the top weakest teams for 2012?

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Who are the weakest teams in the 2012-2013 season? Who are we, the Charlotte Bobcats going to compete with to capture the No.1 pick in 2013?

Go ahead and cross out the Hornets, Wizards, Cavaliers, and Warriors (teams who drafted in the top 7 in 2012). These four teams are deemed to be better this season and who could seriously contends to earn a playoffs' spot.

-Hornets has Eric Gordon, Anthony Davis, Austin Rivers, and Ryan Anderson

-Wizards have made some nice addition with Beal, Okafor, and Ariza to add with John Wall and Nene

-Cavaliers, if rumors are true and Howard is traded to LA. Then they will receive Bynum and def be a serious contender.

-Warriors has great shooters and a few big nice men to go in the paint.

With the recent additions in FA, this roster has looked better on paper than last year team. We may have a tough time trying to land the top pick next year, even if we tried to tank it. Bc seriously I think there are two teams in competition with us to land the top pick.

1. Houston Rockets

2. Orlando Magic

3. Charlotte Bobcats

Houston has looked terrible. Letting all their core guys leave by trades, amnesty, or etc. All three of their rookies are probably going to have major minutes next year. Even with Linsanity in town, they will probably be worst than us this upcoming season.

The Magic will definitely be worst than us, if they decides to trade Howard at some point and they will trade him at some point. They have no one on that roster and is up for a big rebuilding mode with Howard's desire to leave.

Im always looking into the future, but just wanted to know what's everyone's take on it. Who do yall think will be worst than us???

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Cav's aren't getting Bynum because Dan Gilbert is a tool who said he wanted first round picks along with Bynum, and Mitch said GTFO....

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The Rockets won't be as weak as you think they will be.

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Not sure they will be a good team, but they will definitely be exciting to watch next season...

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Bobcats are the worst. Hell, fans are psyched about Brendan Haywood.

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The Kings, Raptors, and Magic will be weak along with the Bobcats and Rockets.

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The Kings, Raptors, and Magic will be weak along with the Bobcats and Rockets.

I can't quite figure why the Kings are so bad even when the have 2-3 quality players on the team. Are they just too young or just the system that is killing them?

I think the bobcats would be pretty damn decent if we have both Tyreke and Cousins on the team.

For the Raptors, I think they will be better than people think next year. They added Lowery and Landry Fields. And don't they have this international kid coming this year? They could make they playoffs if Calderon stay.

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It'll be the usuals at the bottom(yes that means the bobcats). Orlando will be sorry, as well. We'll be battling for the worst record again

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