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It’s going to be a short season after an even shorter off-season. We had limited time to track player movement, team development and bring you in depth team analysis, like we did last year. So the bros and bro-ettes at NBAO decided we’ll follow in the footsteps of the NBA and provide you with abbreviated team previews in the best way possible, haikus.
For our first installment of NBA Haikus, we dive into the Eastern Conference’s Atlantic Division. A division that seems to be heading towards mediocrity, given the aging Celtics, the lack of depth of the Knicks, uncertainty of the Nets and the permanent stench of the Raptors.
Eastern Conference - Atlantic Division:
A bad trade gets worse
Clippers’ pick and Green, useless
Pull the plug, Danny
New Jersey Nets:
Must trade for Dwight
So you can resign Deron
Brooklyn here they come
New York Knicks:
Need a center, bad
Drop point guard for a center
Need a point guard, bad
A calm Doug Collins
Mediocrity lives here
No sun for Philly
If Dwane Casey can
Make Toronto play defense
Ed Davis will shine
Well hey there basketball fans. Let’s get to it.
We’ve got a really great matchup to kick things off today, as the classic Chicago logos goes head-to-head with a crowd favorite from Denver. Our second matchup features an old-school Grizzlies logo and the timeless Raptors.
Get voting! (and don’t forget to eat your Wheaties)
Yes we might be absolutely-Bob Knight-crazy, but today we are rolling out not one, not two, but THREE logo matchups for your voting pleasure.
Today we’ve got a sweet WNBA logo (I know, but it’s really cool) taking on a classic Chicago emblem, two great Raptors logos, and some old school pre-He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named Cavaliers fun with a nice clean Pacers logo.
Whew. Get voting! (and don’t forget to do all three!)