Which teams do you guys think is on their way to the playoffs?
My predicted Playoff Seeds:
3. Chicago - Getting Joakim Noah back right after the break
6. New York (with or without a Melo trade)
7. Philadelphia - a lot of young talent and coach Collins is doing a great job
2/3 of the way through the season this is actually the same as the current standings. I would put the Bobcats in ahead of the Pacers, but it sounds like there is a good chance the Bobcats will trade either Stephen Jackson or Gerald Wallace, so that would take them out. On the other hand, the Pacers have been very hot ever since they replaced Jim O'Brien with Frank Vogel as coach.
1. San Antonio - They already have this #1 seed locked up pretty much.
2. L.A. Lakers
3. Dallas Mavericks
4. Oklahoma City
5. New Orleans
7. Phoenix - out of the playoffs at the moment but playing well of late
8. Utah Jazz - falling fast. Coach Sloan stepped down. Would not be surprised to see them fall out
I think the Rockets could come from way behind to sneak in instead of Utah.
I would have put the Grizzlies in, but Rudy Gay just went down and may be out anywhere from 4 weeks - the rest of the season
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