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Steve Kerr Ranks Spurs #2

By Daniel Strickland on November 20, 2006.

What a weird start to the 2006-2007 season. Carmelo Anthony and Michael Redd lead the league in scoring, not AI or Kobe. And Salt Lake City hosts the NBA’s hottest team. Yes, that’s no mistake.

Steve Kerr ranks the Spurs second behind the Jazz, but what’s weird is the list of teams that fill out the top 10.

  1. Utah Jazz (9-1)
  2. San Antonio Spurs (8-2)
  3. Los Angeles Clippers (6-2)
  4. Cleveland Cavaliers (7-3)
  5. Los Angeles Lakers (7-3)
  6. Orlando Magic (7-3)
  7. Golden State Warriors (7-3)
  8. New Orleans Hornets (7-3)
  9. Houston Rockets (6-4)
  10. Dallas Mavericks (5-4)

Notice who is missing from this list: Detroit, Miami, Phoenix, New Jersey. And Dallas barely made the Top 10. It’s a long season, though. Come May, we may look back on the first month and have a laugh. I thought the same thing last year when the Jazz and Clippers got off to fast starts.

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  1. Michael November 21, 2006

    Except for how terrible the Bulls are playing, all my predictions have been fairly accurate thus far. I predicted good things for the Magic and Rockets, division crowns for the Clips and Jazz, and figured that the Suns and Pistons would struggle a bit.

    The Warriors have been good so far, but it’s early. And they’ve played almost nothing but home games. They stumbled into a working lineup with Biedrins at the center, so good for Nellie there. I’m anxious to seeing them in person, moreso than the Spurs, actually because I pretty much know what we can do.


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