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LOS PRONOSTICOS DE LOS EXPERTOS DE ESPN.com

PARA EL INGENUO HATER MAZATECA  QUE DECIA QUE TODOS ESCOGIAN A LOS SUNS.
 
ESTO LE VA A CAER COMO UN BALDE DE AGUA FRIA:
 
DE LOS EXPERTOS DE LA NBA EN ESPN.com  8 DE ELLOS ESCOGEN A SPURS PARA REPETIR, MIENTRAS QUE SOLO 5 ESCOGEN A SUNS Y 2 ESCOGEN A MAVERICKS.
 
AQUI LES DEJO EL LINK, TAMBIEN TIENEN OTRAS CATEGORAS COMO MVP, ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Y MAS...
 
 
 
 

AP Photo/Eric Gay

Editor's note: We asked our panel of NBA experts, "Who will win the NBA title?"

1. San Antonio Spurs (8 votes)

J.A. Adande, ESPN.com



Jon Barry, ESPN: They've gone every other year … and I think it's time. Their best players are in their prime. Why not?


Jemele Hill, ESPN.com: Moan and groan about this predictable outcome, but the Spurs will cement themselves as one of the great teams in NBA history and the best of the millennium.

Keith Lipscomb, ESPN.com Fantasy: What size ring will snugly fit on that thumb, Coach Pop and Timmy? This will be the last one for the Spurs dynasty as we know it.


Jack Ramsay, ESPN Radio



Chris Sheridan, ESPN.com: Who says they'll never repeat? Not me. But it still won't make them a dynasty. That bar is set too high (Celtics of the '60s, Bulls of the '90s).


Marc Stein, ESPN.com: Winning the West is like winning a mini-championship, with the Suns and Mavs -- and Jazz and Nuggets -- to outlast. So you pick the West winner to win it all without hesitation.

Kiki Vandeweghe, ESPN: Even though this is an "even" year. Though still in his prime, Duncan sees the end and will seize the moment.

Platino Brillante
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Re: LOS PRONOSTICOS DE LOS EXPERTOS DE ESPN.com



Escrito por pedro navajas:
PARA EL INGENUO HATER MAZATECA  QUE DECIA QUE TODOS ESCOGIAN A LOS SUNS.
 
ESTO LE VA A CAER COMO UN BALDE DE AGUA FRIA:
 
DE LOS EXPERTOS DE LA NBA EN ESPN.com  8 DE ELLOS ESCOGEN A SPURS PARA REPETIR, MIENTRAS QUE SOLO 5 ESCOGEN A SUNS Y 2 ESCOGEN A MAVERICKS.
 
AQUI LES DEJO EL LINK, TAMBIEN TIENEN OTRAS CATEGORAS COMO MVP, ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Y MAS...
 
 
 
 

AP Photo/Eric Gay

Editor's note: We asked our panel of NBA experts, "Who will win the NBA title?"

1. San Antonio Spurs (8 votes)

J.A. Adande, ESPN.com



Jon Barry, ESPN: They've gone every other year … and I think it's time. Their best players are in their prime. Why not?


Jemele Hill, ESPN.com: Moan and groan about this predictable outcome, but the Spurs will cement themselves as one of the great teams in NBA history and the best of the millennium.

Keith Lipscomb, ESPN.com Fantasy: What size ring will snugly fit on that thumb, Coach Pop and Timmy? This will be the last one for the Spurs dynasty as we know it.


Jack Ramsay, ESPN Radio



Chris Sheridan, ESPN.com: Who says they'll never repeat? Not me. But it still won't make them a dynasty. That bar is set too high (Celtics of the '60s, Bulls of the '90s).


Marc Stein, ESPN.com: Winning the West is like winning a mini-championship, with the Suns and Mavs -- and Jazz and Nuggets -- to outlast. So you pick the West winner to win it all without hesitation.

Kiki Vandeweghe, ESPN: Even though this is an "even" year. Though still in his prime, Duncan sees the end and will seize the moment.