JGC wrote:You may be right. But it won't be the same people. If the win streak is unimpressive, it has to be unimpressive no matter whose streak it is but it doesnt always happen that way.
KBJelleyBean24 wrote:JGC wrote:You may be right. But it won't be the same people. If the win streak is unimpressive, it has to be unimpressive no matter whose streak it is but it doesnt always happen that way.
The problem with win streaks and regular season records is that, even though it certainly plays a part in the post season and gives you an easier road to the championship, having the best record doesn't always equate to success in the post season. Look at San Antonio last year and Chicago the year before. Both those teams had the best record in the NBA going into the the post season, but got knocked out by the superior team. The Clippers are still very young and inexperienced, and are peaking way to early IMO. Heck the Spurs peaked at the PERFECT time (end of regular season/start of post-season) and they couldn't make it into the Finals.
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scissors wrote:Clippers and Championships should not be in the same sentence. (Except for the one I just wrote of course LOL)
GoldenKnight wrote:Clipps have more of a shot than we do at the title vs other teams, straight face...unless we play them & eliminate them ourselves.
Lqv2015 wrote:Funny how Clipps are getting more attention all of a sudden when they're winning. Am I the only Clipps fan on this board?