10-6 appears more than reasonable. They will probably lose a couple they should win, and win a couple they should lose. But all and all 10-6 satisfies me and seems like the accurate guess.
Wins: Sac, det, mem, phx, @atl, @nop, atl, @cle, @bos, bos, orl
losses: Gsw, @min, @bkn, okc, @mia
10 wins and 6 losses. That puts them just above the 60% winning clip I heard they have had since the trade.
Losses to: Warriors, Kings, Grizzlies, Suns, Thunder, Heat
I also think the Raps need to go 10-6 to have any shot of being a series challenger in the 2nd round. However, I think the raps will go 8-8 in March. Hope I'm wrong, but that's my prediction.
"We only have one rule on this team. What is that rule? E.L.E. That's right's, E.L.E, and what does E.L.E. stand for? EVERYBODY LOVE EVERYBODY. Right there up on the wall, because this isn't just a basketball team, this is a lifestyle. ~ Jackie Moon
11-5 seems reasonable to me. 10-6 would be satisfactory, and 12-4 would be awesome.
Golden State Warriors March 2nd LOSE Sacramento Kings March 7th WIN Minnesota Timberwolves March 9th WIN Brooklyn Nets March 10th (back to back but so is brooklyn who are facing SAC the night before) LOSE Detroit Pistons March 12th WIN Memphis Grizzlies March 14th LOSE Phoenix Suns March 16th WIN Atlanta Hawks March 18th LOSE New Orleans Pelicans March 19th (back to back) WIN Oklahome City Thunder March 21st LOSE Atlanta Hawks March 23rd WIN Cleveland Cavaliers March 25th WIN Boston Celtics March 26th (back to back) LOSE Boston Celtics March 28th WIN Orlando Magic March 30th WIN Miami Heat March 31st (back to back) LOSE
9-7 sounds about right to me. Maybe 10-6 if we take both games against the hawks.
I went 10-6, which feels about right given that schedule....
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