NBA Playoffs Will Be Featuring a Disappearing Act This Season

March 16th, 2010 by Ryan Virgin Leave a reply »
This year has been an interesting one for the NBA season.

The NBA has had a circus in Washington, with Gilbert Arenas being the head clown.

A fire swallower in LeBron James (he's on fire if you didn't catch the drift).

A balancing act in New York between the financial stability and the success of the team.

A yo-yo performance with the Rookie guard Brandon Jennings, scoring 55 points months ago and being rather inconsistent since.

Then there was Portland's act after being devastated by injuries earlier in the season and losing both centers to season ending knee injuries. These injuries include starting small forward Nic Batum, shoulder surgery, (once) backup power forward with a broken foot, and All-Star guard Brandon Roy, who had a nagging hamstring injury for 12 games.

Blazers players have been vanishing.

If I would have said last season that at one point the Blazers would be starting Andre Miller, Steve Blake, Martell Webster, Dante Cunningham, and Jeff Pentergraph, you would have asked me if the plane had crashed and if these were the only survivors.

It's been that bad.

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