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Most Improved NBA team?

Discussion in 'Professional Basketball' started by vrbryant, Jul 15, 2004.

  1. vrbryant

    vrbryant Ever thus to ____ers Staff Member

    It's still early in the free agency season, but of the following teams, which is looking the most improved from last season?

    (new players in italics)

    Orlando Magic - (Steve Francis, Cuttino Mobley, Hedo Turkoglu, Drew Gooden, Kelvin Cato, Dwight Howard, Pat Garrity, Andrew DeClercq)

    Houston Rockets - (Tyronne Lue, Tracy McGrady, Jim Jackson, Juwan Howard, Yao Ming, Mo Taylor, Clarence Weatherspoon, Reece Gaines)

    Los Angeles Lakers - (Gary Payton, Kobe Bryant, Caron Butler, Lamar Odom, Brian Grant, Devean George, Luke Walton, maybe Karl Malone)

    Miami Heat - (Dwayne Wade, Eddie Jones, Rasual Butler, Udonis Haslem, Shaquille O'Neal, Malik Allen, Michael Doleac)

    Utah Jazz - (Carlos Arroyo, Gordan Giricek, Andrei Kirilenko, Carlos Boozer, Mehmet Okur, Matt Harpring, Raul Lopez, Kris Humphries, Raja Bell)

    Phoenix Suns - (Steve Nash, Quentin Richardson, Shawn Marion, Amare Stoudamire, Jake Voskuhl, Joe Johnson, Maciej Lampe)

    Denver Nuggets - (Andre Miller, Voshon Lenard, Carmelo Anthony, Kenyon Martin, Nene, Marcus Camby, Earl Boykins, Chris Andersen)
     
  2. Bucklion

    Bucklion Throwback Staff Member

    I'd have to go with Orlando from that list vr, considering I think Houston's new guys are past their prime (if they ever had one) except for maybe McGrady. However, if one man can make a huge difference on a club, it will be Kenyon in Denver.
     

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