A building boom lifts NBA’s East

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A building boom lifts NBA’s East

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jul 15, 2012 5:04 am

A building boom lifts NBA’s East
By Mark Murphy

It’s been a summer of offer sheets the size of bed sheets, and furious player movement between teams. NBA teams suddenly have visions of quick turnarounds, despite the looming luxury tax penalties of a new collective bargaining agreement.

Brooklyn’s complex, multi-team bid for Dwight Howard hit a wall last week, and Houston is making the latest push for the unhappy Orlando star. But the Nets still improved based on other moves designed to supplement the Dwightmare, and the Celtics [team stats] are about to return to an Atlantic Division better stocked than a royal trout pond.

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Re: A building boom lifts NBA’s East

Postby beugene » Thu Aug 02, 2012 8:24 am

I think that there are a lot of factors that need to actually be considered to know and learn of how things are going to work just like that. To put it simply, I think that there are even more intricate details that could lead and would more importantly constitute to how certain teams would be able to perform better than the other. Hope that helps you with your issue.
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