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Re: Orlando/Disney Frontrunner to Host NBA 

Post#101 » by Knightro » Thu Jun 4, 2020 10:58 pm

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Re: Orlando/Disney Frontrunner to Host NBA 

Post#102 » by RookieStar » Thu Jun 4, 2020 11:42 pm

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RookieStar wrote:COOL!!! LEt's goooooo! Hope all our guys stayed in shape. Anyone have some pics on what our players look like now? Also did any of our International players like Vuc and Fourney go back home to their country?

Magic released a statement that said everyone stayed in Orlando

Hmm cool. Thebplus aide is our players dont have to travel anymore. START working out and stuff.
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Re: Orlando/Disney Frontrunner to Host NBA 

Post#103 » by MagicStarwipe » Fri Jun 5, 2020 6:59 am

I can't even remember what our record is this season. I just know it's a losing one.
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Re: Orlando/Disney Frontrunner to Host NBA 

Post#104 » by pepe1991 » Fri Jun 5, 2020 9:16 am

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Re: Orlando/Disney Frontrunner to Host NBA 

Post#105 » by drsd » Fri Jun 5, 2020 12:31 pm

MagicStarwipe wrote:I can't even remember what our record is this season. I just know it's a losing one.

The 30-35 Magic is 5 1/2 games up on the Wizards, meaning the magic number for Washington to slot 9 is 3 games. The Magic is only 1/2 game back of the 30-34 Nets, and both teams are likely to play twice in their respective 8-games, meaning that which ever team wins more games will avoid the double play-in slot for the #8 seed. Obviously if the Nets and Magic tie (for example by going 4-4 each), the Nets get the 7 seed by virtue of having played one less game. Fair? No. But Orlando can control its own destiny by winning two games over the Nets.

The West is a mess and Memphis is really taking a risk for its current 8-seed slot, given that this team is a full 3 games up on the Pelicans, Kings and Blazers, and 3 1/2 over the Spurs. Basically Memphis is playing 8 warm up games to prepare to play on of those four in the play-in tourney.

Interestingly for both East and the West, the top-6 teams have already qualified for the playoffs (that is, any of these 12 teams could go 0-8 and would still be a playoff team).


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