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    Warriors and Raptors

    A fun 2-game test against the clear favorite in the NBA (Golden State) and the team with the best record (Toronto). Still no Draymond Green, but Curry is back and playing very well. As for Sunday, Kawhi and Giannis missed the first meeting, so more intrigue in this game. Sounds like Middleton and Ilyasova will be back tonight.

    https://www.jsonline.com/story/sport...le/2239475002/

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    http://www.nba.com/powerrankings/2018-19-week-9

    Nice win over Toronto. Brogdon clutch down the stretch with two big shots. He is 4th in the NBA in 3-point % at 48% on 98 attempts. Golden State is still the team to beat, and they get Draymond Green and DeMarcus Cousins back soon. Heard Charles Barkley and Shaquille O'Neal say there are 4 contenders in the East: Toronto, Milwaukee, Boston and Philly. Boston seems to be underperforming. I would imagine they will get it together.

    The trade for George Hill, and cap flexibility it brings, seems to indicate the plan is to re-sign Middleton (27), Brogdon (25) and possibly Bledsoe (29) as well. They have Bird Rights for all three players. Bledsoe seems like a different player this year, really playing well in Budenholzer's system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MUFAN2003 View Post
    http://www.nba.com/powerrankings/2018-19-week-9

    Nice win over Toronto. Brogdon clutch down the stretch with two big shots. He is 4th in the NBA in 3-point % at 48% on 98 attempts. Golden State is still the team to beat, and they get Draymond Green and DeMarcus Cousins back soon. Heard Charles Barkley and Shaquille O'Neal say there are 4 contenders in the East: Toronto, Milwaukee, Boston and Philly. Boston seems to be underperforming. I would imagine they will get it together.

    The trade for George Hill, and cap flexibility it brings, seems to indicate the plan is to re-sign Middleton (27), Brogdon (25) and possibly Bledsoe (29) as well. They have Bird Rights for all three players. Bledsoe seems like a different player this year, really playing well in Budenholzer's system.
    Bledsoe is playing well, but is he doing it because it is his contract year or because of the system?

    Bucks are a fun team to watch, and right now I think they are as good as any team in the East.
    The Hill trade does set them up well for this off season, and they have to make it count to ensure keeping Giannis.

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