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Sunday, October 17th, 2010 at 8:00 am  |  14 responses

Polladaday: East’s Best Record?

While the Lakers are the clear-cut favorite in the West, a few teams could come out on top in the East. Who do you think will be no. 1 when the postseason rolls around?

Who will have the best record in the East?

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  • C-Mac

    I wonder how many people will be jumping on the Miami Heat bandwagon..

  • Groves

    well i’ve always liked miami, orlando, dallas and denver… so i’m happy that my two east teams are both serious contenders. So i’ve been a heat fan since zo vs ewing

  • http://www.slamonline.com J

    El Heat. Been on the train since 06!

  • Groves

    yeah heat and magic since 2000, nuggets since 03, mavs since 05

  • anony mous

    Saying that the Heat will have the best record in the East isn’t jumping on any bandwagons, it’s simply just accepting reality.

  • http://Slamonline.com Caboose

    There’s a difference between best record and deepest playoff run…

  • EJ

    This really doesn’t matter. What team will be the healthiest and most confident when the playoffs start matters, or actually it doesn’t matter either, cause Lakers are gonna win anyway.

  • Jose

    Heat Fan since 04′….305 till i D.I.E…

  • Jay

    RAPTORS!

  • http://www.bulls.com Enigmatic

    Co-sign anony mous. I’m a super-die-hard Bulls fan, but I’m also a realist. Heat should have the best regular season in the East, barring injuries.

  • http://www.michaelcho.com M Cho

    Celtics will rest their starters, Orlando still has half-man/half-useless while the Heat have youth and a need for revenge against the haters. Duh, this one’s easy.

  • Miamijoker

    Heat fan since I could breath.

  • Blackphantom

    Die-hard Laker fan, but I’m not gonna say the Heat won’t have the best record in the East, that’s nearly illogical, regular-season wise anyway

  • flipnoyce

    Best record doesn’t mean a thing unless you win that championship. Just ask Lebron or Kobe when they lose in 08!

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