AK1984's revised and finalized prognostications for the 2009-2010 season.


Boston Celtics (62-20)
Philadelphia 76ers (39-43)
New Jersey Nets (34-48)
Toronto Raptors (31-51)
New York Knicks (24-58)

Cleveland Cavaliers (69-13)
Chicago Bulls (56-26)
Indiana Pacers (33-49)
Milwaukee Bucks (30-52)
Detroit Pistons (26-56)

Orlando Magic (64-18)
Washington Wizards (49-33)
Atlanta Hawks (37-45)
Miami Heat (36-46)
Charlotte Bobcats (32-50)

Utah Jazz (53-29)
Denver Nuggets (53-29)
Portland Trail Blazers (53-29)
Oklahoma City Thunder (25-57)
Minnesota Timberwolves (10-72)

Los Angeles Lakers (63-19)
Phoenix Suns (38-44)
Los Angeles Clippers (35-47)
Golden State Warriors (28-54)
Sacramento Kings (18-64)

Dallas Mavericks (59-23)
San Antonio Spurs (58-24)
Houston Rockets (47-35)
New Orleans Hornets (46-36)
Memphis Grizzlies (22-60)


Most Valuable Player: LeBron James

Defensive Player of the Year: Dwight Howard

Rookie of the Year: Blake Griffin

Most Improved Player: Brook Lopez (Editor's Note: Greg Oden was my original choice.)

All-Star Game MVP: Dwyane Wade

Coach of the Year: Rick Adelman

Executive of the Year: Donnie Nelson

Sportsmanship Award: Tim Duncan

J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award: Tracy McGrady

All-NBA First Team: Dwight Howard (C), Tim Duncan (F), LeBron James (F), Kobe Bryant (G), Chris Paul (G)

All-NBA Second Team: Amar'e Stoudemire (C), Kevin Garnett (F), Dirk Nowitzki (F), Brandon Roy (G), Dwyane Wade (G)

All-NBA Third Team: Brook Lopez (C), Pau Gasol (F), Carmelo Anthony (F), Vince Carter (G), Derrick Rose (G)

All-Defensive First Team: Dwight Howard (C), Kevin Garnett (F), Shane Battier (F), Andre Iguodala (G), Chris Paul (G)

All-Defensive Second Team: Brook Lopez (C), Tim Duncan (F), Ron Artest (F), Kobe Bryant (G), Rajon Rondo (G)

All-Rookie First Team: Blake Griffin, James Harden, Tyreke Evans, Stephen Curry, Jonny Flynn

All-Rookie Second Team: DeJuan Blair, Taj Gibson, DeMar DeRozan, Gerald Henderson, Chase Budinger


Eastern Conference Quarterfinals: #1 Cleveland beats #8 Miami (4-0), #2 Orlando beats #7 Atlanta (4-0), #3 Boston beats #6 Philadelphia (4-1), #4 Chicago beats #5 Washington (4-3)

Western Conference Quarterfinals: #1 Los Angeles beats #8 New Orleans (4-0), #2 Dallas beats #7 Houston (4-1), #3 San Antonio beats #6 Portland (4-1), #5 Denver beats #4 Utah (4-2)

Eastern Conference Semifinals: #1 Cleveland beats #4 Chicago (4-1), #3 Boston beats #2 Orlando (4-2)

Western Conference Semifinals: #1 Los Angeles beats #5 Denver (4-1), #2 Dallas beats #3 San Antonio (4-3)

Eastern Conference Finals: #3 Boston beats #1 Cleveland (4-2)

Western Conference Finals: #2 Dallas beats #1 Los Angeles (4-2)

NBA Finals: Dallas beats Boston (4-2)

NBA Finals MVP: Dirk Nowitzki

Okay, it's now your turn everybody.

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