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NBA 2009-2019 Season Predictions

Posted by r1zzo23 on October 29, 2009

Just wanted to post my season predictions. I wrote these up at work last Friday, October 23, but was just too lazy to post them. I have records for each NBA team as well as playoff results, postseason awards and draft lottery order. Here are the predictions for what they’re worth…

Atlantic Division:

  1. Boston Celtics – 64-18
  2. Toronto Raptors – 45-37
  3. New Jersey Nets – 41-41
  4. Philadelphia 76ers – 40-42
  5. New York Knicks – 27-55

Central Division:

  1. Cleveland Cavaliers – 67-15
  2. Chicago Bulls – 48-34
  3. Detroit Pistons – 41-41
  4. Indiana Pacers – 38-44
  5. Milwaukee Bucks – 21-61

Southeast Division:

  1. Orlando Magic – 60-22
  2. Atlanta Hawks – 55-27
  3. Washington Wizards – 49-33
  4. Miami Heat – 42-40
  5. Charlotte Bobcats – 36-46

Pacific Division:

  1. Los Angeles Lakers – 66-16
  2. Phoenix Suns – 48-34
  3. Los Angeles Clippers – 42-40
  4. Golden State Warriors – 40-42
  5. Sacramento Kings – 22-60

Northwest Division:

  1. Portland Trailblazers – 57-25
  2. Denver Nuggets – 56-26
  3. Utah Jazz – 49-33
  4. Oklahoma City Thunder – 44-38
  5. Minnesota Timberwolves – 30-52

Southwest Division:

  1. San Antonio Spurs – 61-21
  2. New Orleans Hornets – 59-23
  3. Dallas Mavericks – 51-31
  4. Houston Rockets – 38-44
  5. Memphis Grizzlies – 35-47

Eastern Conference Playoffs:

First Round:

  • #1 Cleveland over #8 Miami
  • #4 Atlanta over #5 Washington
  • #3 Orlando over #6 Chicago
  • #2 Boston over #7 Toronto

Second Round:

  • #1 Cleveland over #4 Atlanta
  • #2 Boston over #3 Orland

Eastern Conference Finals:

  • #2 Boston over #1 Cleveland

Western Conference Playoffs:

First Round:

  • #1 Los Angeles Lakers over #8 Phoenix
  • #5 Denver over #4 Portland
  • #3 New Orleans over #6 Dallas
  • #2 San Antonio over #7 Utah

Second Round:

  • #1 Los Angeles Lakers over #5 Denver
  • #2 San Antonio over #3 New Orleans

Western Conference Finals:

  • #1 Los Angeles Lakers over San Antonio

NBA Finals:

  • Boston Celtics defeat the Los Angeles Lakers in seven games

NBA MVP:

  1. Kobe Bryant
  2. Chris Paul
  3. LeBron James

Defensive Player of the Year:

  1. Dwight Howard
  2. Ron Artest
  3. Rajon Rondo

Rookie of the Year:

  1. Blake Griffin
  2. Tyreke Evans
  3. Stephen Curry

Coach of the Year:

  1. Nate McMillan
  2. Alvin Gentry
  3. Phil Jackson

Sixth Man of the Year:

  1. Lamar Odom
  2. Manu Ginobili
  3. Rasheed Wallace

2010 NBA Draft Lottery:

  1. Milwaukee Bucks
  2. Sacramento Kings
  3. New York Knicks
  4. Minnesota Timberwolves
  5. Memphis Grizzlies
  6. Charlotte Bobcats
  7. Indiana Pacers
  8. Houston Rockets
  9. Philadelphia 76ers
  10. Golden State Warriors
  11. Detroit Pistons
  12. New Jersey Nets
  13. Los Angeles Clippers
  14. Oklahoma City Thunder

 

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2 Responses to “NBA 2009-2019 Season Predictions”

  1. Brett said

    Thoughts:

    Cleveland wins 60 games, not 67.

    Thus, they get the 3 seed instead of the 1, which causes Orlando to play them in the 2nd round, while Atlanta faces Boston. Orlando and Boston in the ECF. Tossup.

    Nuggets and Blazers should be a tight race for the northwest, i agree.

    Damn, I also agree that San Antonio wins the west. Richard Jefferson should be a huge addition.

    I’d say Lebron wins MVP, everyone rides him.

    There’s absolutely no way anyone challeges Dwight for DPOY.

    Bold prediction: Stephen Curry beats out Griffin for ROY

    Another bold one: Houston beats Utah and Phoenix and takes the 7 seed, even with their seemingly poor team on paper.

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