RE: [APBR_analysis] Detroit vs. LA
>From: "Mike G" <msg_53@...>I am one of the few "crazy" people predicting a Detroit victory in the
>Subject: [APBR_analysis] Detroit vs. LA
>Date: Thu, 03 Jun 2004 13:44:44 -0000
>In any case, the Pistons should not be considered patsies. They
>don't have injuries that I'm aware of. They don't have holes on
>offense or defense. And these numbers suggest they should be the
championship series. I have this feeling that Chauncey Billups will
actually start playing well - which would help their offense immensly.
I also have this feeling that the Lakers feel they've already won.
I also could easily be wrong - which I've been told by every single person
I've told this to.
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- --- If having the best player in the regular season is no guarantee,
I'm not sure what else you can do as a GM. That's why they play the
In APBR_analysis@yahoogroups.com, "Mike G" <msg_53@h...> wrote:
> --- In APBR_analysis@yahoogroups.com, "mrintp2000" <shzys@n...>a
> >.. I don't know what
> > to conclude ...though... having the best player is anything but
> guarantee of a title. ..suggest
> Well, only 4/34 teams have lost when they had the best individual
> Finals performer. It's highly likely the top player will be from
> the Lakers this year.
> But if you have the best player coming in, but an opponent is the
> best in the Finals, there is almost no precendent that would
> you have a chance to win. It's been a 1-in-16 occurrance
> (Kemp/Jordan in '96).