2015-2016 NBA Predictions Thread

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  1. pmatic

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  2. al3xis

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    Most Valuable Player:
    Anthony Davis


    Defensive Player of the Year:
    Kawhi Leonard

    Rookie of the Year:
    Emmanuel Mudiay

    Sixth Man of the Year:
    Tristan Thompson

    Most Improved Player:
    Otto Porter

    Coach of the Year:
    Brad Stevens

    Executive of the Year:
    Doc?

    All-NBA 1st Team:
    G - Steph Curry
    G - Chris Paul
    F - LeBron James
    F - Anthony Davis
    C - DeMarcus Cousins


    East:
    1. Cleveland
    2. Chicago
    3. Miami
    4. Washington
    5. Atlanta
    6. Milwaukee
    7. Boston
    8. Toronto


    West:
    1. Golden State
    2. LAC
    3. San Antonio
    4. OKC
    5. Houston
    6. Memphis
    7. New Orleans
    8. Utah


    NBA Champions:
    Cavs over Spurs in 7.


    Finals MVP:
    LeBron

    Key Headlines:
     
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  3. addict4sneakers

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    Most Valuable Player:
    James Harden

    Defensive Player of the Year:
    Rudy Gobert

    Rookie of the Year:
    Jahlil Okafor

    Sixth Man of the Year:
    Alec Burks

    Most Improved Player:


    Coach of the Year:
    Kevin McHale

    Executive of the Year:
    Darryl Morey

    All-NBA 1st Team:
    G curry
    G harden
    F Durant
    F Lebron
    C Howard


    East:
    1. Cavs
    2. Hawks
    3. Bulls
    4. Heat
    5. Wizards
    6. Bucks
    7. Raptors
    8. Pacers


    West:
    1. Rockets
    2. Warriors
    3. Thunder
    4. Clippers
    5. Spurs
    6. Grizzlies
    7. Jazz
    8. Pelicans


    NBA Champions:
    Thunder

    Finals MVP:
    Kevin Durant

    Key Headlines:
     
  4. jjs07

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    Most Valuable Player: Russell Westbrook

    Defensive Player of the Year: Hassan Whiteside


    Rookie of the Year: Emmanuel Mudiay


    Sixth Man of the Year: Marreese Speights


    Most Improved Player: Bradley Beal


    Coach of the Year: Erik Spoelstra


    Executive of the Year: RC Buford


    All-NBA 1st Team:
    G Russell Westbrook
    G James Harden
    F Lebron James
    F Anthony Davis
    C Hasaan Whiteside


    East:
    1. Miami
    2. Cleveland
    3. Washington
    4. Chicago
    5. Atlanta
    6. Milwaukee
    7. Toronto
    8. Indiana


    West:
    1. Golden State
    2. Oklahoma City
    3. Los Angeles Clippers
    4. Houston
    5. San Antonio
    6. Memphis
    7. New Orleans
    8. Dallas


    NBA Champions: Spurs over Miami


    Finals MVP: Lamarcus Aldridge


    Key Headlines:

    -Two (separate) blockbuster deals...one involving Melo to the Lakers and the other involving Boogie. Not sure to where.
    -Wizards hit 50+ wins.
    -Tim Duncan retires after winning the title.
    -Zach LaVine regresses BIG TIME...but can still dunk.
    -Tinashe breaks up the good vibes the bucks have...much like Tony Braxton and the 3 J's back in day.
    -Draymond Green gets caught up in...something. Not sure what, but something.
     
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  5. johnnyredstorm

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    MVP King Zinger
    MIP Carmelo Anthony
    ROY Emmanuel Mudiay

    Player in the doghouse: D'Angelo Russell
     
  6. worldbeefreeg

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    :lol: @ Miami being in the finals.

    Do you really believe some of the stuff you say or is it more just what you want to happen?
     
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  7. whoyouthink

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    Warriors going to run the league again
     
  8. jjs07

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    Prediction thread, little man...meaning no one knows what the **** is going to happen. You make it seem like it's so ******* outlandish that the Heat can come out of the East.

    Go back to the '14 thread and look to see how many people had GS in the finals, let alone winning the whole thing last year.
     
  9. dman14

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    Most Valuable Player:
    steph curry


    Defensive Player of the Year:
    kawhi leonard

    Rookie of the Year:
    KAT

    Sixth Man of the Year:
    andre iggy

    Most Improved Player:
    cory joseph

    Coach of the Year:
    quin snyder

    Executive of the Year:
    el bee jay

    All-NBA 1st Team:
    G - curry
    G - harden
    F - lbj
    F - durant
    C - gasol


    East:
    1. cavs
    2-8 no chance in hell

    West:
    1. w's
    2. spurs
    3. thunder
    4. clips
    5. rockets
    6. grizz
    7. mavs
    8. jazz


    NBA Champions:
    spurs def cavs in 6


    Finals MVP:
    kawhi leonard

    Key Headlines:
     
  10. bhzmafia14

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    Most Valuable Player:
    Russell Westbrook

    Defensive Player of the Year:
    Rudy Gobert

    Rookie of the Year:
    Emmanuel Mudiay

    Sixth Man of the Year:
    Andre Iguodala

    Most Improved Player:
    Victor Oladipo

    Coach of the Year:
    Billy Donovan

    Executive of the Year:
    N/A for now

    All-NBA 1st Team:
    G - Steph Curry
    G - Chris Paul
    F - LeBron James
    F - Anthony Davis
    C - Marc Gasol


    East:
    1. Cleveland
    2. Chicago
    3. Miami
    4. Washington
    5. Atlanta
    6. Milwaukee
    7. Boston
    8. Toronto


    West:
    1. Golden State
    2. OKC
    3. San Antonio
    4. LAC
    5. Memphis
    6. Houston
    7. New Orleans
    8. Utah


    NBA Champions:
    Cavs over OKC


    Finals MVP:
    LeBron

    Key Headlines:

    N/A for now

    I may change a few things, but wanted to go ahead and lock on the first page.
     
  11. worldbeefreeg

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    Antawn Jamison has a better chance of winning MVP than the Heat do of winning the East.
     
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  12. do work son

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    i know i'm biased but >D
     
  13. jjs07

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    Typed quickly and realized I forgot Houston...

    Gonna make an edit.

    If Miami can keep their health, they have a great chance to come out of the East.
     
  14. do work son

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    even forgetting houston. dallas is horrible :lol:

    i don't doubt miami will be a top team because of their depth, and i see cleveland resting guys throughout the year. i just don't see anyone taking down lebron.
     
  15. do work son

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    Most Valuable Player:
    Russell Westbrook


    Defensive Player of the Year:
    Hassan Whiteside

    Rookie of the Year:
    Stanley Johnson

    Sixth Man of the Year:
    Andre Iguodola

    Most Improved Player:
    Elfrid Payton

    Coach of the Year:
    Billy Donovan

    Executive of the Year:
    Doc Rivers

    All-NBA 1st Team:
    G - Russell Westbrook
    G - James Harden
    F - LeBron James
    F - Anthony Davis
    C - DeMarcus Cousins


    East:
    1. Cleveland
    2. Miami
    3. Atlanta
    4. Chicago
    5. Washington
    6. Milwaukee
    7. Toronto
    8. Detroit


    West:
    1. OKC
    2. Golden State
    3. San Antonio
    4. Clippers
    5. Houston
    6. Memphis
    7. New Orleans
    8. Utah


    NBA Champions:
    OKC over Cleveland


    Finals MVP:
    Russell Westbrook
     
  16. dacomeup

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    Don't even know if you can rely on them to stay healthy. Think they're still a notch below Cleveland regardless. 
     
  17. whoyouthink

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    OKC is the sexy pick every year and they always come up short :lol:
     
  18. s1eepyboy

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    For what its worth, significant injuries and still almost making the 8th seed in the West was a good feat last year. If they have a healthy durant westbrook and ibaka they are top 3 in the west
     
  19. rolaholic

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    Dudes are setting themselves up for disappointment once again :lol:
     
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  20. Chester McFloppy

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    Most Valuable Player:
    Russell Westbrook

    Defensive Player of the Year:
    Anthony Davis

    Rookie of the Year:
    Emmanuel Mudiay

    Sixth Man of the Year:
    Andre Iguodala

    Most Improved Player:
    Carmelo Anthony

    Coach of the Year:
    Billy Donovan

    Executive of the Year:
    Darryl Morey

    All-NBA 1st Team:
    G - Steph Curry
    G - Russell Westbrook
    F - Anthony Davis
    F - Kevin Durant
    C - Dwight Howard

    All-NBA 2nd Team:
    G - James Harden
    G - Chris Paul
    F - LeBron James
    F - Draymond Green
    C - Marc Gasol

    East:
    1. Cleveland
    2. Miami
    3. Chicago
    4. Washington
    5. Atlanta
    6. Milwaukee
    7. Boston
    8. Toronto

    West:
    1. Golden State
    2. Houston
    3. Oklahoma City
    4. LAC
    5. San Antonio
    6. Memphis
    7. Utah
    8. New Orleans

    NBA Champions:
    Houston over Cleveland

    Finals MVP:
    James Harden
     
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