NBA Southeast Division Offseason: What Moves Need To Be Made

June 10th, 2010 by Bhemis Parks Leave a reply »
The NBA Southeast Division is entering an offseason where four of its five teams made the playoff. Three of those teams finished in the top five of the Eastern Conference bracket. So I'm guessing it's safe to say it had a pretty good year. At the top of the division sits the Orlando Magic. They have had a stranglehold on this division for the past three years. They finished 59-23 even though Rashard Lewis missed the first 10 games. The Atlants Hawks finished 53-29 and were second in the division for the third straight year. They were basically a team that suffered no injuries whatsoever. The Miami Heat were 47-35 and continued its improved play from a season ago. For the second straight year they managed to win the fifth seed in spite of dealing with injuries to starters. The Charlotte Bobcats finished 44-38 and for the first time in team history made the playoffs. The season also saw the approved ownership to the greatest basketball player ever, Michael Jordan. The Washington Wizards finished 26-56. This was a club that was expected to challenge for a top four seed in the East. But lackluster effort, locker room drama, and poor chemistry had them at the bottom of the NBA foo ...

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