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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.
Our fourth installment of NBA Haikus is dedicated to the Western Conference’s Northwest Division. We will all miss Brandon Roy but this is probably the funnest division in basketball. Minny’s Rubio and Love connection, Portland’s plug-and-play roster, Denver’s gang of unknowns and OKC’s young bloods. My prediction? Thunder up!
Western Conference - Northwest Division:
Denver will make the playoffs
Still miss JR Smith
Skinny Kevin Love
Rambis out, Adelman in
Go Rubio, go!
Oklahoma City Thunder:
Dunks, blocks, wins and beards
Durant’s third scoring title
Trip to the Finals
Portland Trail Blazers:
Brandon Roy is gone
Oden forever injured
Sad trombone, Rip City
It’s hard to look good
in fancy new uniforms
with latent talent
Hey, good morning/afternoon sports fans. We’re wrapping up the Sweet 16 round today (which went by really fast).
In the premiere matchup of the second round, two logos from the same year are squaring off, as the Knicks take on the Rockets. This will be another match of legacy against innovation. The other matchup, also quite good, features an upstart in the Trailblazers against one of the best present-day logos from the Jazz.
Get voting, it really counts today. (and don’t forget to eat your Wheaties)
Today we will wrap up the first round of the 2011 NBA Logo Playoffs!
I really like the matchups today. We’ve got very old school Clippers (from San Diego) taking on a cool color scheme from the Jazz. And we’ve got our final same-team matchup, with two amazing Seattle logos (God rest their souls).
Get voting! (And if you click the Clippers logo, you can see it without all the black, I don’t know why it did that).