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We just Smacked the Pistons. Cavs are on fire.

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The Cavs have won 7straight, and we just smacked the pistons kemba had 24pt & a career high 16 ast. What is our outlook on the rest of the year? If Cleveland stays hot and passes us which I believe will happen, do we tank it out? Or try to fight for the not so coveted 8th seed?

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I think another team will drop out if the Cavs do pull even.  We'll still be in there.

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Y'all need to get over the fact they we aren't tanking

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I think another team will drop out if the Cavs do pull even.  We'll still be in there.

 

What team? Brooklyn? There isn't really any body ahead of Charlotte that would fall. 

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What team? Brooklyn? There isn't really any body ahead of Charlotte that would fall. 

 

That's who I had in mind. 

 

I just don't see us dropping out of it with the way Al is playing, and Kemba seems to have adjusted his game to benefit him as of late.

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That's who I had in mind.

I just don't see us dropping out of it with the way Al is playing, and Kemba seems to have adjusted his game to benefit him as of late.

I'm honestly thinking that we will be the 9th seed in the east when it's all said and done

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Bobcats currently only 1.5 back of Atlanta for the 5th seed. 

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Bobcats currently only 1.5 back of Atlanta for the 5th seed. 

 

That's the other reason I don't see us falling out of contention.  It's entirely possible that we move up in the seeding and the Hawks are another team I could see flailing at the finish line.  I think the Wizards will hold on there at the bottom, but that's about it.

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What team? Brooklyn? There isn't really any body ahead of Charlotte that would fall. 

 

Atlanta is free falling, lost 6 straight

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Well, we make the Playoffs and the Pistons can keep on losing more games.

 

Trade Ben Gordon + 2014 2nd Round Pick for Evan Turner.

 

MJ and co. better not be stupid and trade away that Detroit pick! Right now, we are currently holding onto the 10th pick in the draft (pre lottery). We can still get a pretty darn good player with that pick.

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