2012/13 Hoops Rumors Writer Predictions

With the NBA's 2012/13 regular season just underway, Hoops Rumors' writing team has weighed in with predictions for the coming year. We've made our picks for the top eight seeds in each conference, the Conference and NBA Finals teams, and the winners of the league's major awards.

Click on the link below to see predictions from Luke Adams, Chuck Myron, Zach Links, Alex Lee, Ryan Raroque, Sean Highkin, Michael Pina, and Daniel Seco. And be sure to chime in below in the comments section with your own selections!

2012/13 Hoops Rumors Writer Predictions

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Sargeant_Snippy
3 years 5 months ago

Nice to know that exactly zero writers went out on a limb. It’s like a group of five year olds coming to the museum. The doorman high-fives the first kid in line who goes inside, and everybody else blindly follows suit. High-five. High-five. High-five. High-five. I guess there’s no reason to watch the NBA season and we should just tune in during the playoffs.

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HoopsRumors
3 years 5 months ago

Hey, I hope we get an entirely unpredictable season and many of my selections are proven wrong, but I wasn’t about to choose teams or players I didn’t believe in simply for the sake of “going out on a limb.”

Feel free to share your picks.

— Luke

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MaineSkin
3 years 5 months ago

Yeah right, it’s easier just to call people out. This is the NBA and like baseball, 8x out of 10 you get what you pay for pertaining to Ws in the regular season. The NBA also has less sleepers in the NBa bc of small benches and payroll differential (only so many players can impact the game).
East
Mia, Boston, Bkn, Chi, AtL, Was (if Nene & Wall back in no more than 1mo), Ind, NYK, Phi
West
Den, SA, LAL, Ok-City (really dont get me started on Harden), Utah, LAC, Mem, Minn

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Sargeant_Snippy
3 years 5 months ago

Luke: in all seriousness, you do great work. I’m punking you guys a bit and having some fun. Yet, it does get old when ESPN or HoopsWorld or whomever all seem to make the same projections. Teams don’t thrive just based on newspaper stats, star power, or last year’s standings. If things were par for the course, Las Vegas would go broke, and the Detroit Pistons would be looking to 25-peat since the Isaiah Thomas and Joe Dumars days never collapsed. For example: did you watch the Lakers tonight? Granted … it’s just game one. But the Lakers have… Read more »

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