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Christmas Day NBA Picks: Chicago Bulls @ Los Angeles Lakers Odds and Predictions – Free NBA Picks 12/25/11

Christmas Day Chicago Bulls @ Los Angeles Lakers Odds, Free Picks and Predictions -NBA Picks and Odds 12/25/11: After failing to three-peat as NBA champions this past season, the Los Angeles Lakers have plenty of questions to answer following a tumultuous offseason when they host the Chicago Bulls opening day. Meanwhile, the Bulls are coming off a year when they won an NBA best 62 games and are looking to take the next step and bring a title back to Chicago. There is plenty of star power on both sides in this matchup, with defending MVP Derrick Rose running the point for the Bulls and the always-dangerous Kobe Bryant leading the Lakers. Although the game will be played at the Staples Center, the Bulls are three-point favorites.

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Looking at Chicago’s roster, it is easy to understand why the Bulls are favored. Rose is the youngest MVP in league history, and he has managed to expand his game with each passing year. Forward Luol Deng is a versatile scorer, center Joakim Noah is a strong defender and rebounder, and power forward Carlos Boozer is an interior scorer. Throw in newly acquired veteran Richard Hamilton, and the Bulls have a nice mix of talent, length, youth and experience.

Meanwhile, the Lakers are a team in transition. Coach Phil Jackson is out, along with his triangle offense. A trade to bring point guard Chris Paul to down was vetoed, leaving the Lakers without a star to play alongside Bryant and upsetting forward Lamar Odom to the point where he was traded to the Dallas Mavericks for next to nothing. Losing Odom means the Los Angeles will have to rely on the oft-injured center Andrew Bynum. If Bynum were to suffer yet another injury, the Lakers would basically be down to Bryant and power forward Pau Gasol as reliable options.

The Lakers lineup is even more questionable for the opener against Chicago. Bryant is dealing with a wrist injury, which could affect his shooting. Not to mention that Bynum is serving a four-game suspension for his flagrant foul in last year’s playoffs. The Bulls were one of the top teams in the NBA when it came to defending the paint last season, and if the trend continues, Gasol could find life tough as the long scoring option for the Lakers in the post. If Gasol is limited, the injured Bryant will be leaned on even more heavily. While making Bryant take a majority of the shots isn’t always a good idea, it might not be a bad strategy for Chicago considering his ailing wrist.

An X-factor could be Los Angeles forward Metta World Peace. Formerly known as Ron Artest, World Peace is still one of the more versatile and more physical defenders. He will likely be asked to guard Rose Sunday. If he can slow down the Bulls’ catalyst, Chicago could struggle on the offensive end. A low-scoring game definitely favors the Lakers. If World Peace can hit a few perimeter shots on the offensive end as well, he could end up being the most valuable player in this matchup.

In the end, the injury to Bryant and Bynum’s suspension are going to prove costly. The Bulls are legitimate title contenders with enough talent to take on the Lakers at full strength. Facing a weakened Los Angeles team, Chicago could win this one going away. Granted, Bryant ha s a knack for coming up big on big stages, but there are just too many holes in the Lakers’ Christmas Day roster for Bryant to overcome at less than 100 percent.

Prediction: Chicago Bulls (-3) Cover the Spread

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Christmas Day NBA Picks: Miami Heat @ Dallas Mavericks Odds and Predictions – Free NBA Picks 12/25/11

Christmas Day Miami Heat @ Dallas Mavericks Odds, Free Picks and Predictions -NBA Picks and Odds 12/25/11: The last time the NBA played a game the meant something, the Dallas Mavericks were busy knocking off the Miami Heat to claim the franchise’s first championship. Thanks to the lockout, fans won’t have to wait long to get a rematch as the two teams go head to head on opening day this weekend. Miami has revenge on its mind as it looks to start another run at an NBA title on a high note, while Dallas is out to prove it is still team to beat. Despite beating the Heat rather handily in last year’s finals, the Mavericks are actually 4 ½-point underdogs in the season opener.

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Granted, the oddsmakers have their reasons for slighting the defending champs. For starters, center Tyson Chandler signed with the New York Nicks in the offseason, stripping an otherwise aging Dallas team of a vital defensive force in the middle. Speedy point guard J.J. Barea departed in free agency as well, and it can easily be argued that Barea’s insertion into the starting lineup in last year’s NBA Finals was the move that tipped the scale in favor of the Mavericks. Dallas did bring in veterans Lamar Odom and Vince Carter, but it is only fair to expect a bit of a transition period given the abbreviated training camp.

Meanwhile, the Miami Heat returns its superstar trio that now has a year of experience playing together. Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh are just starting to scratch the surface of their potential as teammates, and they should have even more chemistry this season. More importantly, big man Udonis Haslem is healthy again, and free agent acquisition Shane Battier adds another defensive stopper to the mix. In terms of speed and athleticism, the huge edge goes to the Heat.

Of course, Miami had that edge last year as well, and things didn’t exactly work out in their favor. The real question is whether or not James and company can compete mentally with the Mavericks. After all, Dirk Nowitzki, Jason Kidd and Shawn Marion have been playing too long to be intimidated, especially by a team they just beat for a championship. James’ fourth quarter disappearing acts have to be looming on the minds of the Heat players, and whether they admit it or not, every player on the Miami roster still has to question whether or not they can put Dallas away in crunch time.

That being said, the atmosphere is going to be much different on opening day than it was in the Finals. Even though it is technically a rematch, it is impossible to simulate the pressure that exists when a championship is at stake. Dallas still probably has a mental edge, but the advantage shouldn’t be near as impactful as it was the last time these teams met. Let’s face it. Both sides know that this is just the first step on the long road to the ultimate prize.

In the end, the lockout and shortened offseason should favor Miami. A veteran team like Dallas will likely take a bit longer to get going, while Wade, James and Bosh can roll out of bed and throw down a highlight-reel dunk. A little rust and sloppy play is to be expected from both sides, but Miami’s playmakers should be able to use their athleticism and skill in the open court when push comes to shove.

Prediction: Miami Heat (-4 ½) Covers the Spread

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2011-12 NBA Predictions: Overrated Title Contenders

2011-2012 NBA Title Predictions – Overrated NBA Title Contenders: Prior to the start of every season, there are certain NBA franchises that establish themselves as frontrunners for the title. Through performance last season to offseason moves, there are a number of factors that go into gauging how each team will perform. That being said, predicting the top contenders before a regular season game is played isn’t an exact science. Every season, there are highly-touted teams that fail to live up to expectations, and there are already a few candidates that could be overrated in the eyes of the oddsmakers.

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Overrated 2012 NBA Title Contenders

  1. Boston Celtics, 14/1 odds

In 2008, the Boston Celtics went out and assembled a trio of All-Stars and promptly won their first title since 1986. In 2010, they returned to the finals only to lose to the Los Angeles Lakers. Last season, Boston was ousted from the playoffs by the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference semifinals. Now, Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen are on the verge of becoming too old to compete in a conference that features a Heat team a Chicago Bulls squad loaded with younger starts. Still, the Celtics have 14/1 odds to win the title this year.

Those odds seem awful kind to an aging squad that lost energy off the bench when forward Glen Davis signed with Orlando and lost a lot of athleticism when forward Jeff Green underwent season-ending heart surgery. Granted, Boston’s efficiency on offense and hard-nosed dedication to defense will put them in the playoffs. However, the Celtics couldn’t keep up with Miami when it counted, and the core of the team isn’t getting any younger. The window of opportunity may have already slammed shut in Boston.

  1. Los Angeles Lakers, 5/1 odds

For a brief moment, it appeared that the Lakers were going to land point guard Chris Paul and center Dwight Howard, forming what would almost certainly have been the core of a dynasty. Instead, a trade for Paul was vetoed by the league office, dashing the Lakers’ plans and upsetting forward Lamar Odom and center Pau Gasol. The aftermath of the trade that wasn’t has left a Los Angeles team that had won titles in two of the last three seasons suddenly vulnerable. As a result, the Lakers’ 5/1 odds aren’t exactly inviting to potential bettors.

Even though the trade fell through, Odom’s psyche was damaged to the point that Lakers had to move the disgruntled big man to Dallas for next to nothing. Losing Odom takes away a lot of height and versatility from the Los Angeles lineup, and more importantly, it means that oft-injured center Andrew Bynum has to stay healthy. Not to mention the fact that the team still needs a point guard and that star Kobe Bryant isn’t getting any younger and is dealing with a divorce. If anything, the Lakers look like a veteran team that could be ready for a decline rather than one of the frontrunners for the title.

  1. Los Angeles Clippers, 15/1 odds 

After landing point guard Chris Paul with a little help from the commissioner’s office, the Clippers quickly became a trendy pick to contend in the Western Conference. Granted, Paul and forward Blake Griffin should immediately become a highlight reel waiting to happen, but depth and experience are still an issue for a Clippers’ team that isn’t even used to making the playoffs, let alone contending for championships.

The addition of Paul, along with guard Chauncey Billups and forward Caron Butler, gives Los Angeles its best starting five in quite some time. A postseason appearance is a real possibility, but considering the Miami Heat couldn’t win a title in their first year of the LeBron James era, it seems even less likely the Clippers can just by adding Paul. If the core of this team stays together a few years, a title could become a reality. Until then, the Clippers’ hype probably exceeds the reality of what this year’s team can accomplish.

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2011-12 NBA Pacific Division Odds, Predictions and Preview – NBA Pacific Division Preview

2011-2012 NBA Pacific Division Odds and Predictions – Favorites, Contenders and Sleepers to Win the NBA Pacific Division: Even though the Los Angeles Lakers finally lost their stranglehold on the NBA, they continued their dominance of the Pacific Division. It was arguably the weakest division in the Western Conference and the NBA, with only the Lakers making the postseason. In fact, Los Angeles was the only team to finish above .500 for the year in the division. Los Angeles is a powerhouse at the top, but the Pacific Division as a whole is as weak as they come these days.

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2011-2012 NBA Pacific Division Odds and Preview

  1. Los Angeles Lakers (57-25 last season)

Last season came to a shocking end, with the Lakers being swept out of the playoffs by Dallas. The offseason has brought several changes, including the retirement of coach Phil Jackson and the on-again, off-again trade for point guard Chris Paul. For now, it looks like Kobe Bryant will once again lead the way, and unless the front office springs a deal to land center Dwight Howard, the Lakers will look a lot like the team that failed to win a title last season. A lack of competition should allow Los Angeles to easily repeat as Pacific champs, but a deep playoff run could be hard to come by once again. That being said, a blockbuster trade could quickly change Bryant and company from contenders to favorites.

  1. Los Angeles Clippers (32-50 last season)

Known largely as a punching bag for the rest of the NBA, the Clippers have quietly assembled a roster loaded with young talent. Forward Blake Griffin grabs headlines with his incredible athleticism and ability to finish around the rim, but shooting guard Eric Gordon is a star in the making as well. Center DeAndre Jordan is an amazing athlete, and he only gets better as his basketball skills develop. Throw in versatile scorer Al-Farouq Aminu, and the Clippers have more than enough firepower on offense. With veteran point guard Mo Williams running the show and the newly acquired Caron Butler providing depth and experience, there could be two teams from Los Angeles in the playoffs this year.

  1. Phoenix Suns (40-42 last season)

While several parts have changed over the years, the motor that keeps Phoenix running continues to be point guard Steve Nash. He makes sure 3-point gunners like Jared Dudley, Channing Frye and Mickael Pietrus get open looks, and he provides emerging big man Marcin Gortat with plenty of opportunities to finish around the rim. However, the veteran has developed some back issues in recent years and has often sat out the second game of back-to-backs. With a compressed schedule caused by the lockout, Nash is going to have fewer opportunities to rest. The physical toll on Nash alone will make a postseason appearance difficult for the Suns. Phoenix has the look of a team that will be on the bubble most of the season.

  1. Golden State Warriors (36-46 last season)

In terms of backcourt firepower, the Warriors can compete with any team in the NBA. Stephen Curry, Monta Ellis and Dorrell Wright can all pile up points in a hurry. Curry is the most versatile player of the group, while Wright is a deadly 3-point artist and Ellis has a stellar mid-range game. The problem for Golden State is stopping opponents from scoring and controlling the boards. With few steps taken by the front office to correct the issue, the Warriors will once again be forced to outscore teams on a nightly basis. If opponents live on the offensive glass and pound the Warriors in the paint, the playoffs will be out of reach early on.

  1. Sacramento Kings (24-58 last season)

A lack of talent isn’t necessarily the problem for the Kings, but the team lacks a real direction. Tyreke Evans has tons of talent at the point guard spot, but nagging injuries always seems to slow him down. Big man DeMarcus Cousins is equally talented but often disinterested, and with Jason Thompson, J.J. Hickson and Chuck Hayes also on the roster, the frontcourt rotation is cloudy at best. The shooting guard spot is a mystery as well. Rookie Jimmer Fredette will become an instant crowd favorite and is sure to get plenty of playing time, but Marcus Thorton was just given a big contract extension. Without a set rotation, Sacramento struggled last season. Until the Kings iron out the starters and role players, the struggles are going to continue.

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2011-12 NBA Northwest Division Odds, Predictions and Preview – NBA Northwest Division Preview

2011-2012 NBA Northwest Division Odds and Predictions – Favorites, Contenders and Sleepers to Win the NBA Northwest Division: The Northwest Division surprised last season, placing three teams in the playoffs. Not to mention that all three teams were among the top six seeds. Oklahoma City and Denver both won 50 games, and Portland nearly defeated the eventual champion Mavericks in the opening round. With plenty of young talent from top to bottom, the Northwest is an up and coming division in the conference and the league.

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2011-2012 NBA Northwest Division Odds and Preview

  1. Oklahoma City Thunder (55-27 last season)

It is hard to find a team with a better collection of young talent than the Thunder. Forward Kevin Durant has won back-to-back scoring titles, point guard Russell Westbrook is one of the best at the position, and Serge Ibaka led the NBA in blocks last season and is just beginning to scratch the surface of his potential. Oklahoma City made it all the way to the Western Conference finals last year, and the Thunder could easily make a return trip this season. Durant and company are the clear frontrunners in the Northwest Division.

  1. Portland Trailblazers (48-34 last season)

Despite Brandon Roy being forced into early retirement by a pair of bad knees, the Trailblazers still have a chance to make some noise in their division. LeMarcus Aldridge is legitimate franchise player, and Gerald Wallace is a difference maker on both ends of the court and provides plenty of toughness. The addition of point guard Raymond Felton upgrades Portland’s speed, and if Wesley Matthews can follow up last year’s breakout campaign, the Trailblazers will have more than enough pieces to have solid season. If Greg Oden and Marcus Camby can stay healthy, Portland could challenge the Thunder for the division. Either way, the Trailblazers should make the playoffs.

  1. Denver Nuggets (50-32 last season)

Losing Carmelo Anthony was supposed to send Denver into rebuilding mode, but the Nuggets kept winning even without their former star. Ty Lawson and Andre Miller give Denver an excellent dup at point guard, and the Nuggets have a ton of firepower from the perimeter with Aaron Afflalo, Danilo Gallinari and Al Harrington. Although losing Nene and Kenyon Martin will leave a void in the frontcourt, rookie Kenneth Faried should contribute immediately on the boards and on defense. Making the playoffs won’t be a guarantee in the always competitive Western Conference, but Denver should be right in the mix.

  1. Utah Jazz (39-43 last season)

It was an end to an era in Utah last season as long-time coach Jerry Sloan resigned after repeated conflicts with star point guard Deron Williams. Ironically, Williams was traded anyway, leaving the Jazz in a rebuilding mode this season. Big man Al Jefferson figures to be at the center of the new-look Jazz, along with fellow forward Paul Millsap. Both players are capable of double-doubles on a nightly basis, but the play of the Utah backcourt will ultimately determine the team’s success. Devin Harris will be leaned on at the point guard spot, and rookie Alec Burks and second-year player Gordon Hayward will have to contribute from the perimeter. The Jazz have enough talent to surprise, but the postseason is likely a year or two away.

  1. Minnesota Timberwolves (17-65 last season)

It was a long season for the Timberwolves, and aside from Kevin Love’s pursuit of a double-double record, Minnesota was irrelevant. This year, the team is hoping that a couple of newcomers can lead the franchise to a bounce back campaign. Point guard Ricky Rubio will finally make his NBA debut, and No. 2 overall pick Derrick Williams should add a versatile scoring option. Meanwhile, second-year player Wes Johnson and Michael Beasley bring some firepower as well. The key for the Timberwolves will be getting their young players to gel quickly as well find a true center to help the team’s atrocious defense. Minnesota was the friendliest defense to opposing offenses last season, and it will likely be a problem again. The Timberwolves probably aren’t making a return to the postseason any time soon.

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2011-12 NBA Southwest Division Odds, Predictions and Preview – NBA Southwest Division Preview

2011-2012 NBA Southwest Division Odds and Predictions – Favorites, Contenders and Sleepers to Win the NBA Southwest Division: Without a doubt, the toughest and deepest division in the NBA last season was the Southwest in the Western Conference. All five teams finished above .500, and four teams made the playoffs. Both totals were the most of any division. Not to mention the fact that the San Antonio Spurs won the division with a conference-high 61 victories. No other division in either conference could boast the top-to-bottom depth of the Southwest.

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2011-2012 NBA Southwest Division Odds and Preview

  1. Dallas Mavericks (57-25 last season)

After failing to win the division, the Mavericks caught fire come playoff time and steamrolled their way through the Western Conference. Dallas finished the job by taking down the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals. Granted, the roster isn’t getting any younger, but Dirk Nowitzki showed last year that he can carry a team to a title. Jason Kidd, Jason Terry and Shawn Marion bring plenty of veteran experience, and Rudy Fernandez will provide energy off the bench. Losing center Tyson Chandler will hurt, but the Mavericks’ window to win another championship is open at least another year.

  1. San Antonio Spurs (61-21 last season)

San Antonio compiled the conference’s best record and won the Southwest Division, only to be knocked out in the first round of the playoffs by division rival Memphis. The Spurs looked old and slow, and the roster isn’t exactly younger this season. Veterans Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili lead the team, but all three have to play limited minutes to avoid getting burned out. Ultimately, the success of the Spurs will be determined by the role players. Gary Neal has the chance to be a solid weapon from the perimeter, and Danny Green has the athleticism to be a force in transition and on defense. Rookie forward Kawhi Leonard could also make a quick impact, especially when it comes to rebounding. The playoffs are almost a certainty, but San Antonio’s years as the division’s top team could be numbered.

  1. Memphis Grizzlies (46-36 last season)

The Grizzlies played the role of Cinderella during the playoffs last season, taking out the top-seeded Spurs in the opening round as the No. 8 seed. Memphis has a chance to improve its position this season with the core of the team returning. Mike Conley Jr. finally found his stride as the team’s point guard, Zach Randolph emerged as the team’s emotional leader, and Rudy Gay reached superstar status. Throw in Marc Gasol’s physical presence in the paint, Tony Allen’s defensive skills, and O.J. Mayo’s scoring off the bench, and the Grizzlies have more than enough firepower. Memphis should easily make the playoffs.

  1. Houston Rockets (43-39 last season)

The year’s of Yao Ming and Tracy McGrady leading the Rockets are long gone, but the team exceeded expectations last year. Kevin Martin continues to be a dynamic player on offense, and Luis Scola is one of the more skilled big men in the NBA. Kyle Lowry impressed with his play at the point guard spot after injuries forced him into the starting lineup, and he will run the show full-time this year. Houston was the first team out of the Western Conference playoffs last year, and the will likely be on the bubble again. Chase Budinger, Jordan Hill and rookie Marcus Morris are three players that need to step up if the Rockets are going to get over the hump.

  1. New Orleans Hornets (46-36 last season)

Although the Hornets finished third in the Southwest Division last season and made the playoffs, there is a good chance point guard Chris Paul won’t be around for a repeat performance. A trade to the Los Angeles Lakers was vetoed, but New Orleans is going to continue to pursue deals. The Hornets know Paul isn’t going to resign with the team after this season, and while they probably won’t get equal value, losing him after the year means getting nothing in return. If Paul leaves, Emeka Okafor becomes the top player on the team. The Hornets won’t make it far with Okafor leading the way.

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2011-12 NBA Southeast Division Odds, Predictions and Preview – NBA Southeast Division Preview

2011-2012 NBA Southeast Division Odds and Predictions – Favorites, Contenders and Sleepers to Win the NBA Southeast Division: The Southeast Division was arguably the deepest in the Eastern Conference last season. Three teams made the playoffs, and all three were among the top five seeds. Not to mention the fact that the Miami Heat won the division and went on to win the conference. The Southeast was the only division in the East to boast a pair of teams that won 50 or more games as well as four teams that won 34 or more games. At the very least, the division has to be considered competitive.

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2011-2012 NBA Southeast Division Odds and Preview

  1. Miami Heat (58-24 last season)

What began as the most-hyped team in NBA history ended with a disappointing loss in the NBA Finals. That being said, a team with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh is going to be a perennial contender for the championship, and the Heat should own the Southeast Division for the foreseeable future. The trio should only get better as they develop chemistry and as the front office signs additional role player. For Miami, it is going to be championship or bust every year.

  1. Orlando Magic (52-30 last season)

Last year’s multi-player trade didn’t have the impact Orlando was hoping for, and the season ended with a first-round playoff loss to the Atlanta Hawks. Despite the early exit, the Magic are still easily the second-best team in the Atlantic Division as long as center Dwight Howard is in town. Howard is consistently among the frontrunners for MVP honors, and he has been named Defensive Player of the Year three years in a row. Orlando’s roster is essentially Howard surrounded by 3-point gunners, and while the system has worked well, the Magic will crumble if trade rumors regarding Howard become reality. Without Howard, Orlando could easily miss the playoffs.

  1. Atlanta Hawks (44-38 last season)

Stagnant is the most appropriate way to describe the Hawks the last few seasons. Atlanta has consistently made the playoffs, but the team has been unable to get past the second round. Atlanta’s core of Al Horford, Josh Smith and Joe Johnson are solid, but the lack of a true point guard remains the Hawks’ biggest weakness. Not to rub salt in the wound, but the decision to draft Marvin Williams ahead of Chris Paul is still haunting the Hawks. At the end of the day, Atlanta is probably a center and a point guard away from being able to overtake the top three teams in the Eastern Conference. The current roster should return the franchise to the postseason, but another early exit is likely in order.

  1. Washington Wizards (23-59 last season)

Assuming point guard John Wall can stay healthy, the Wizards should begin to show progress this season. The road woes that plagued the team last season should get better as the roster gains experience, and Wall’s injury opened the door for some other players to step up. Andray Blatche and Nick Young are two emerging scorers, and rookie Jan Vesely is an NBA-ready foreign prospect. Fellow rookie Chris Singleton could be the X-factor this season. He was the top on-ball defender in the draft this season and will provide a defensive presence the Wizards were lacking a year ago.

  1. Charlotte Bobcats (34-48 last season)

There are a lot of question marks up and down the Bobcats’ roster this season. Can D.J. Augustin finally limit the turnovers at the point guard spot? Will Tyrus Thomas’ extreme athleticism ever translate into being a productive player? How long will it take rookie Bismack Biyombo to develop an offensive game? Fellow rookie Kemba Walker will make an immediate impact as a scoring threat and a leader, but Charlotte simply has too many projects to compete in the Southeast Division this season. It is looking like a transition year as the franchise begins to build around its two rookies, while figuring out which players to keep on the roster.

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2011-12 NBA Atlantic Division Odds, Predictions and Preview – NBA Atlantic Division Preview

2011-2012 NBA Atlantic Division Odds and Predictions – Favorites, Contenders and Sleepers to Win the NBA Atlantic Division: The Atlantic Division had three of the eight Eastern Conference playoff representatives last season, which was tied for the most of any division in the conference. That being said, the division also had two of the four worst teams in the East, and the 56 total wins by the Boston Celtics were the fewest of any division winner in the conference. In other words, the Atlantic Division could be described as the weakest at the top in the conference, but there is no doubt that it is also competitive as well.

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2011-2012 NBA Atlantic Division Odds and Preview

  1. Boston Celtics (56-26 last season)

The Celtics’ core isn’t getting any younger, but Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen still have enough in the tank to win the Atlantic Division again this season. Boston’s recipe for success is simple. They shoot a high percentage on the offensive end, and they make opponents shoot a low percentage. There is no better team in the half court, and while the rigors of the condensed schedule will cost them a few games, the Celtics are still head and shoulders above the other teams in the division.

  1. New York Knicks (42-40 last season)

After the blockbuster trade in the middle of last season, the Knicks worked through some expected growing pains. The highs and lows should even out this year, and New York should comfortably make the postseason being on the bubble for most of last season. Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire should flourish in Mike D’Antoni’s fast-paced system, and the Knicks will score plenty of points. A lack of dedication to defense will likely keep New York from winning the division, but grabbing the fourth or fifth seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs is more than reasonable.

  1. Philadelphia 76ers (41-41 last season)

Philadelphia’s young roster matured throughout last season, and if point guard Jrue Holiday continues to develop, the 76ers should be able to return to the playoffs. Andre Iguoldala isn’t a superstar, but he is pretty darn good, and Elton Brand still has a few quality years left. Much like last season, Philadelphia will surprise some of the top teams from time to time, but they are still a few years away from overtaking the frontrunners come playoff time. At the end of the day, the 76ers are still the third-best team in the Atlantic Division. 

  1. New Jersey Nets (24-58 last season)

With a move to Brooklyn on the horizon, the Nets are looking to the future and the free agent class of 2012-13. That being said, the combination of point guard Deron Williams and Brook Lopez isn’t a bad duo to go to battle with in the meantime. That being said, New Jersey lacks the depth and overall talent to contend in the division this season. A full year with Williams running the show should push the Nets past the 30-win mark, but the ceiling for the team is still somewhat limited.

  1. Toronto Raptors (22-60 last season)

Last year, the Raptors were the second-worst team in the Eastern Conference, and while the team isn’t likely to make a lot of progress this season, the future is bright. DeMar DeRozan is showing signs of becoming a franchise player, and Ed Davis more than held his own in the paint as a rookie last season. Assuming those two players continue to develop, along with former No. 1 overall pick Andrea Bargnani, the groundwork for success is already place. More importantly, 6-11 center Jonas Valanciunas will be allowed to join the team in 2012-13, giving Toronto plenty of size and athleticism in its starting lineup. However, this is still a team build for the future.

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2011-2012 NBA Central Division Odds and Predictions – Favorites, Contenders and Sleepers to Win the NBA Central Division: To say that at Central Division was top heavy last season would be an understatement. The Chicago Bulls won more games than any other team in the NBA last season and easily won the division. However, only two teams from the division made the playoffs, which was the fewest in the conference. Not to mention that the Indiana Pacers were the other playoff representative from the division despite a 37-45 record. Depth is not the strong suit of this division.

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  1. Chicago Bulls (62-20 last season)

Led by defending MVP Derrick Rose, the Bulls powered their way to the best record in the NBA. While Rose’s sudden ascent to stardom was a big reason for the team’s success, the dedication to defense helped as well. Joakim Noah is at the center of a long and athletic group of big men that make scoring in the paint next to impossible for opponents. Perhaps most importantly, Chicago absolutely dominated within the division, compiling a 15-1 record, and a repeat performance should be in order. The Bulls should remain unchallenged in the Central Division this season.

  1. Milwaukee Bucks (35-47 last season)

The Bucks have the look of a team that can step up and grab one of the final playoff spots in the Eastern Conference this season. Point guard Brandon Jennings needs to improve his shot selection, but he is still a young, explosive scorer. Milwaukee will also benefit from a full season from center Andrew Bogut, who led the NBA with 2.7 blocks per game last season. The addition of forward Stephen Jackson provides the team with extra perimeter firepower, and the Bucks have a useful mixture of skilled and physical big men. Add it all up, and Milwaukee should make the postseason.

  1. Indiana Pacers (37-45 last season)

Making the playoffs is the ultimate goal of any team, but at eight games below .500, the Pacers aren’t exactly a lock to return to the postseason. The Pacers struggled to find an identity for most of the year. At times, the offense was run through center Roy Hibbert. At other times, point guard Darren Collison and forward Danny Granger controlled the offense from the perimeter. Until Indiana decides what type of team it wants to be on the offensive end and who the main parts of the rotation will be, inconsistent play will remain an issue.

  1. Detroit Pistons (30-52 last season)

Despite resigning Tayshaun Prince, the Pistons are still in full rebuilding mode. Big man Greg Monroe is the centerpiece of the young Pistons, and Austin Daye is an athletic scorer with a lot of potential. Ultimately, the development of rookie point guard Brandon Knight could determine how quickly Detroit makes the leap from potential to contender. At the end of the day, this is an inexperienced team, and it is going to take time before the Pistons become a playoff-caliber team once again.

  1. Cleveland Cavaliers (19-63 last season)

Year one without LeBron James ended with the Cavaliers having the worst record in the NBA. The light at the end of the tunnel was point guard Kyrie Irving. While Irving is projected to be a future star, it is going to take some time for Cleveland to rebound. Veterans Antawn Jamison and Baron Davis are the two most talented players on the roster, but neither is going to be a part of the long-term solution. The Cavaliers will make sure that Irving and fellow rookie Tristan Thompson will get plenty of court time, but the rewards won’t be seen for a few years.

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2011-2012 NBA Western Conference Odds and Predictions – Favorites, Contenders and Sleepers to Win the West

2011-2012 NBA Western Conference Odds and Predictions – Favorites, Contenders and Sleepers to Win the Western Conference: At the start of last season, the Los Angeles Lakers were hoping to three-peat as NBA champs. When the playoffs began, it appeared the San Antonio Spurs were ready to make another title run. In the end, it was the Dallas Mavericks, shedding their reputation as playoff choke artists and winning the NBA title. The Western Conference is without question the deeper of the two conferences, and the team that eventually emerges will likely be the frontrunner for the championship.

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Considering they are the defending NBA champs, it only seems fair to make the Dallas Mavericks one of the frontrunners in the Western Conference. The team still has scoring machine Dirk Nowitzki, along with fellow veterans Jason Kidd and Jason Terry. Owner Mark Cuban will likely have his eye on next season’s free agent class, but he will still make sure and get enough firepower to let his team contend for another title. Not to mention the fact that the Mavericks will be tough to stop as long as Nowitzki plays like he did in last year’s playoffs.

Despite getting swept out of last year’s playoffs by the Dallas Mavericks, the Los Angeles Lakers aren’t ready to rebuild just yet. For starters, they still have Kobe Bryant, who is the best closer in the NBA. They also have Pau Gasol manning the middle. Losing Phil Jackson as coach will hurt, but the Lakers’ front office is reportedly in the mix to land Dwight Howard or Chris Paul with a package that includes the oft-injured Andrew Bynum. With their current roster, the Lakers are dangerous. If they make a deal for another superstar, the Lakers become the frontrunners in the conference once again.

2011-2012 NBA Western Conference Contenders

No team in the NBA has a younger group of stars than the Oklahoma City Thunder. Kevin Durant has won back-to-back scoring titles and should be in the mix for MVP honors this year. Point guard Russell Westbrook is one of the best all-around players at the position, and forward Serge Ibaka led the NBA in blocks last season. It is only a matter of time before the Thunder puts it all together and takes down the top dogs, and after two straight strong showings in the playoffs, it could happen sooner rather than later. If James Harden lives up to his draft position and emerges as a legitimate scoring option, it could push Oklahoma City over the hump.

An early playoff exit masked the fact that the San Antonio Spurs won more games than any other team in the Western Conference last season. The shorter schedule means fewer games for the veteran team, but it also means less time off in between games. Tim Duncan may be on his last leg, but guards Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili still have some good years ahead of them. San Antonio probably needs to get a little more athletic to win the Western Conference, but as one of the top 3-point shooting teams in the NBA, the Spurs always have a puncher’s chance.

2011-2012 NBA Western Conference Sleepers

After playing the role of Cinderella in last year’s playoffs, the Memphis Grizzlies will look to take the next step this season. Memphis is loaded with young talent that appears to be maturing at the right time. Forward Zach Randolph is establishing himself as a star, and point guard Mike Conley had the best season of his career. Rudy Gay will back from injury as well, and the young Grizzlies should have plenty of confidence after their success last season. Youth, athleticism and confidence is a dangerous combination for the rest of the conference.

Despite being dealt injury after injury, the Portland Trailblazers managed to make the playoffs last season. While guard Brandon Roy may never be fully healthy again, the silver lining is that forward LaMarcus Aldridge established himself as a team leader and legitimate star. More importantly, newcomers Gerald Wallace and Raymond Felton will get a full season with the team, and they should provide a nice blend of toughness and speed. The Trailblazers were a tough out last season, and they should be even tougher to beat this year.

2011-2012 NBA Odds to win The Western Conference
1721 Dallas Mavericks +425
1722 Denver Nuggets +3625
1723 Golden State Warriors +11050
1724 Houston Rockets +5075
1725 Los Angeles Clippers +3225
1726 Los Angeles Lakers +195
1727 Memphis Grizzlies +1075
1728 Minnesota Timberwolves +10200
1729 New Orleans Hornets +6825
1730 Oklahoma City Thunder +255
1731 Phoenix Suns +4925
1732 Portland Trailblazers +2050
1733 Sacramento Kings +11050
1734 San Antonio Spurs +1675
1735 Utah Jazz +6025

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