Yes the Knicks will make the playoffs. They will make the playoffs because they play in the Eastern Conference, not because they are a great team. The Eastern division regularly has teams with below .500 record in the playoffs.
by Sinclair Miller III 5 years ago
I wrote a Hub about the two teams that can challenge the Miami Heat in the East a while back. Before the 27-game winning streak, the Miami Heat lost to the Indiana Pacers and the streak ended against the Chicago Bulls. Does anyone think different?
by tony0724 7 years ago
Atlanta ? Pittsburgh ? The Eagles ? The Pats ? Or somebody else ?
by mosaicman 6 years ago
Should a team that does not belong to a BCS Conference be allowed to play for the BCS Championship? What if there are three teams undefeated, should they be the odd man out?I say yes. These teams should try to recruit other teams to their conference to try and get a BCS designation or ....change...
by Junkster 9 years ago
Well as of last night The Boston Celtics have clinched the top of their devision and now I was wondering what the NBA fans on here are thinking about the other divisions and further down the line to the finals. The final four anyone?I'd like to see:Pheonix v Lakers over in the westCeltics v...
by AskAshlie3433 7 years ago
They have become dominant over the last month. After starting 9-8, they have won 16 of 17 games. Does the Heat stand with the elite of the league? Or, is it bacause most the teams they played, were .500 or below? Their flow, as a team, is better now but, that's a lot of ego's.
by PhoenixV 5 years ago
What Kind Of College Football Playoff System Would You Create?Does college football need a playoff system? What sort of system would you create to determine who the best college football team is each year? How would you create some sort of playoff system for college football? Are you satisfied with...
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