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There are few things that pundits and experts love to do more than make predictions about what they think and expect to happen. We’re no different here at 3 Shades of Blue, so here are our predictions for this year in the NBA.

Eastern Conference Playoff Teams

Chip Crain:
1) Miami Heat
2) Chicago Bulls
3) New York Knicks
4) Boston Celtics
5) Atlanta Hawks
6) Orlando Magic
7) Indiana Pacers
8) Philadelphia 76ers
Red Coleman:
1) Miami Heat
2) Chicago Bulls
3) New York Knicks
4) Boston Celtics
5) Orlando Magic
6) Atlanta Hawks
7) Milwaukee Bucks
8) Indiana Pacers
Matt Noe:
1) Miami Heat
2) Chicago Bulls
3) Boston Celtics
4) Indiana Pacers
5) Orlando Magic
6) Philadelphia 76ers
7) Atlanta Hawks
8) Milwaukee Bucks
Western Conference Playoff Teams

1) Oklahoma City Thunder
2) San Antonio Spurs
3) Los Angeles Lakers
4) Los Angeles Clippers
5) Portland Trailblazers
6) Dallas Mavericks
7) Memphis Grizzlies
8) Denver Nuggets

1) Oklahoma City Thunder
2) Dallas Mavericks
3) Memphis Grizzlies
4) Los Angeles Clippers
5) Los Angeles Lakers
6) San Antonio Spurs
7) Portland Trailblazers
8) Denver Nuggets

1) Oklahoma City Thunder
2) San Antonio Spurs
3) Los Angeles Lakers
4) Memphis Grizzlies
5) Portland Trailblazers
6) Lost Angeles Clippers
7) Denver Nuggets
8) Houston Rockets

Conference Winners
Chip: Miami and Oklahoma City
Red: Miami and Oklahoma City
Matt: Miami and Oklahoma City

Finals Winner
Chip: Heat
Red: Heat
Matt: Thunder

Most Valuable Player
Chip: Dwyane Wade
Red: Kevin Durant
Matt: Kevin Durant

Rookie of the Year

Chip: Kyrie Irving
Red: Ricky Rubio
Matt: Kemba Walker

Defensive Player of the Year

Chip: Dwight Howard
Red: Tony Allen
Matt: Dwight Howard

Sixth Man of the Year
Chip: James Harden
Red: James Harden
Matt: Lamar Odom

Most Improved Player

Chip: JaVale McGee
Red: DeAndre Jordan
Matt: Brandon Jennings

Coach of the Year
Chip: Monty Williams
Red: Lionel Hollins
Matt: Frank Vogel

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4 Responses to 3 On 3: 2011/2012 Season Predictions

  1. KD LegendNo Gravatar says:

    I wouldn’t be surprise if we the Grizzlies don’t make the playoffs. We get ball hog Gay back, we lose Battier, we lose Arthur to injury, we have no good back up big men, we trade Vasquez. We haven’t fixed our outside shooting problem, or back up big men. I know I’m being negative, but I think we are worse now than we were on the playoff run.

  2. Joel B.No Gravatar says:

    I have to Disagree with KD, true we did lose a great player in Shane, and DA is going to be missed this season, his athleticism is always helpfull. but in Rudy’s case, Before the playoffs he had no real reason to defer to the other players. being a prolific scorer, sometimes its hard to trust your team mates with the ball, when you know you can score pretty handedly. now that he had to sit and watch the team play through the playoff’s without him, i believe he now has every reason to trust the team, and that he will be able to defer when he needs to, and i believe this is going to be a very interesting year for Rudy, Hopefully we can have a solid out put of points from the team, instead of having to rely on one player

  3. Anthony MorrisonNo Gravatar says:

    Any idea what Uverse channel the game is on tonight?

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