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Elizah Huge

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Damn the wolves are starting to figure things out. That starting lineup is turning into a beast.

They literally have had such an easy schedule it’s ridiculous.

OKC x2
SA x3
Lakers
Rockets
Orlando
Philadelphia (without Harden/Maxey)
Miami (without Butler)
Indiana

This is all within their first 18 games. They have played 2 back-to-backs total. 10 games at home.

In comparison we’ve played 2 more games total in the same span. 2 less home games. 3 more back-to-backs.

Just ****ing insane.
 


FrenchJazzFa

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I look at last Minny games. They have easy schedule but they start to play much better. I have no doubt that they will ended in Play off position. They are better than us, no doubt.
 

sip

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They literally have had such an easy schedule it’s ridiculous.

OKC x2
SA x3
Lakers
Rockets
Orlando
Philadelphia (without Harden/Maxey)
Miami (without Butler)
Indiana

This is all within their first 18 games. They have played 2 back-to-backs total. 10 games at home.

In comparison we’ve played 2 more games total in the same span. 2 less home games. 3 more back-to-backs.

Just ****ing insane.
They are looking great right now and I think it will translate to the better teams. I hope it doesn't for our sake but that starting lineup is looking pretty damn good.
 

FrenchJazzFa

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2022 Award Winner
Based on what?
Also based on our team. We win a lot of games lately because we were shooting very well + giving 110% on defensive side. Total energy team creating some chaos and taking wins. I do believe that this is something that we can maintain on 20 games but not on 82. As long as energy is down ( we see it tonight with Lauri), or we shoot a bit less, we become a very average team. Not a bad team but a 35 wins one. Which does not have much interest on my opinion.
 

Douchebag K

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They are looking great right now and I think it will translate to the better teams. I hope it doesn't for our sake but that starting lineup is looking pretty damn good.

i wouldn't go that far. They've been playing better but they still look clunky quite a lot. Their offense relies on individual brilliance still more than anything else
 

Saint Cy of JFC

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They literally have had such an easy schedule it’s ridiculous.

OKC x2
SA x3
Lakers
Rockets
Orlando
Philadelphia (without Harden/Maxey)
Miami (without Butler)
Indiana

This is all within their first 18 games. They have played 2 back-to-backs total. 10 games at home.

In comparison we’ve played 2 more games total in the same span. 2 less home games. 3 more back-to-backs.

Just ****ing insane.
OKC and Indy are good teams.

Only the Rockets and Lakers are truly bad on that list. There aren't really easy games this year, as evidence by Utah getting whooped by 10+ to Deteoit without it's best player.
 

Elizah Huge

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OKC and Indy are good teams.

Only the Rockets and Lakers are truly bad on that list. There aren't really easy games this year, as evidence by Utah getting whooped by 10+ to Deteoit without it's best player.

Sure, how have they played 2 less games, 3 less B2B’s and 2 more home games than us in the same span?
 

Handlogten's Heros

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2020-21 Award Winner
OKC and Indy are good teams.

Only the Rockets and Lakers are truly bad on that list. There aren't really easy games this year, as evidence by Utah getting whooped by 10+ to Deteoit without it's best player.
SA stopped playing Minny and stopped winning… Miami had an absolute skeleton crew… I think the first OKC game was without SGA… they caught Cleveland without Donovan. This schedule has been a gift. Wait until they start playing tough teams. They needed to bank wins.. they just kept their head above water and have been basically completely healthy.
 


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