You said what am i basing their best record on???? well, its their schedule...duh...if you think they would have the same record with a balanced schedule, you are foolish and wearing rose colored glasses...they would not...i guarantee it....listen to the original fancast bro
I don't see it. From what I've seen from the NBA thus far is a bunch of mediocre to poor teams with a few front runners, i.e. Celtics, Cavs, Lakers. The Nuggets will fall off as they always do, the Mavericks find a way to choke, the Spurs are too ouchy. The Lakers no matter the unbalanced schedule still have easy road games to win. Take for instance tonight when they face my favorite NBA squad Bulls where much to my dismay Derrick Rose has regressed, Vinny DelNegro has no business being a head coach and the rest of the team is no better than role players in other NBA cities. Chalk up another road win for the Lakers.
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