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2014 NBA PLAYOFF MATCHUPS (Round 2)

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Wizards lost to Denver... Only two games behind them now.

We can make it 1.5 with win over Houston.

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Atlanta also lost to Toronto and Brooklyn is currently down to Dallas.

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The problem were facing now is that if Toronto doesn't continue to win... Brooklyn could catch them giving the Nets the three seed.

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I take it this is about you guys not wanting to take on the Heat in the first round? 

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These next three games are CRUCIAL...

vs. Brooklyn

@Orlando

vs. Washington

If we go 3-0, I believe we will wind up as the sixth seed, if we go 2-1 I think we'll have a chance, if we go 0-3, you can forget about it.

We also need some help from Washington...

Washington plays PHX Wed.. if they lose, we'll be 2 games behind. The Cats also play Wed. vs. Brooklyn. If we knock off Brooklyn we'll be 1.5 games behind Washington.

On Friday the Bobcats play the Magic, If the Bobcats beat the Magic they will be 1 game behind Washington. Washington also plays Indiana on Friday... if the Wizards lose, Charlotte will be .5 games behind the Wizards.

On Saturday the Wizards play Atlanta... if they lose they will be tied with the Bobcats, if they win they will be 1 game up on the Cats.

On Monday Charlotte plays Washington. If Charlotte goes 2-0 against Brooklyn and Orlando and Washington goes 1-2 against the Hawks, Pacers, and Suns then Charlotte can tie Washington in the standings with a win over them on Monday.

If Charlotte goes 2-0 and Washington goes 0-3, Charlotte can take a full game lead on Washington with a win on Monday.

In recap... Bobcats need to go 2-0 this week, Wizarda need to go 1-2 or 0-3 this week and Charlotte needs to beat Washington on Monday to either tie Washington in the standings or jump them.

Btw everything's updated.

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2-0 is possible if we play well. Orlando SHOULD be a gimme, as awful as they are.

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Chicago has now jumped Toronto... ruh-roh

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Portland is sliding fast, boy if they fell out of the playoffs we may strike Gold with that pick.

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