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TheMaulClaw

We might win our first playoff series this year.

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      I'm very impressed with the grit and resiliency this years Hornets team is showing.  Borrego as just turned out to be simply a fantastic hire.  I was skeptical about the Tony Parker signing initially, jokes on me.  The energy surrounding the team seems to be improving as we advance throughout the season.  We have a team that's been able to be competitive yet still a tad inconsistent.  I think we're starting to see some growth in our consistency level now however.  I think if the team can find a way to get to 3 or 4 games over .500 they may not look back.  

In terms of playoff seeding the 3rd and the 6th seed seem to be interchangeable in terms of the level of competition, and actually set us up better going into the second round.  Barring injury, I think this team will gel even more by playoff time, and we could be looking at the 5th seed.  If somehow we can see a little bit more consistent play out of Monk....we have a chance to change the way the Hornets are perceived this year.

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I think we've got a realistic shot at the 6th seed. Anything higher than that would be surprising. Indiana may fade though with Oladipo out. 

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So far so good...still struggle in close ones but last night was a good win...need to keep it going during this home stretch 

lamb is coming on and Marvin finally contributing 

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That was a tough shot by Lamb but if Kemba will try to find the open man in end of game situations instead of trying to take every shot himself its suddenly much more difficult to guard us in those situations. 

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7 hours ago, tondi said:

That was a tough shot by Lamb but if Kemba will try to find the open man in end of game situations instead of trying to take every shot himself its suddenly much more difficult to guard us in those situations. 

Totally agreed...Kemba takes awful shots at end of game...usually covered by around 3 guys

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This team is so much better without Dwight Howard.  Seems strange to say that but he was a chemistry killer.  I think we just keep this team together, let Monk mature and we have something here.  Monk is 20 yrs old.  Do not trade him...he will be great eventually.

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