NBA PLAYOFF PREVIEW: WESTERN CONFERENCE
Memphis Grizzlies v. San Antonio Spurs: The Spurs have amassed the best record in the West and for good reason. I’m a little concerned with the Ginobli injury but playing against a young and inexperienced Memphis team is the perfect anecdote. With OJ Mayo regressing, I don’t think Rudy Gay and Marc Gasol can lead them past the Spurs for a whole series. Look for the Grizz to steal a game or 2 but the Spurs should coast through this seriers
New Orleans Hornets v. Los Angeles Lakers: The surging Lakers all of a sudden have run into a wall. Injuries to Bynum and an irate Bryant, this team looks like the lost their flow. But let’s not forget, they’re the Lakers, they come with a lot of baggage and drama, but at the end of the day, they’re good, they’re stacked, they’re experienced. The series with the Hornets might go to 6 but the Lakers should pull it out.
Dallas Mavericks v. Portland Trail Blazers: Can someone say upset special? True the Mavs have Dirk and Terry but is anyone ever afraid of them. There’s something about Lamarcus Alridge and the Blazers that you don’t wanna mess with. I’m not saying the Mavs don’t stand a chance, but if they blow home court, I don’t think they’re gonna be able to pull off a win in Portland.
Oklahoma City Thunder v. Denver Nuggets: The Thuggets have been playing better without Carmelo, but it’s time to come back down to reality. The Thunder are legit contenders to win the West and have the best chance to upend the Lakers. The addition of Perkins (and his big mouth) have given this team a true force in the middle. Watch for these guys to sweep the Nuggets. Sorry J.R. Smith, you know I hate it when you lose (that’s call online sarcasm).
Enjoy round 1!!!
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