10/11/12

just for fun

2013 NBA Win Totals
Miami Heat 61 Take the over 
Los Angeles Lakers 59½ over 
Oklahoma City Thunder 59½ under 
San Antonio Spurs 53½ over 
Boston Celtics 50½ under 
Indiana Pacers 50½ under 
Los Angeles Clippers 49½ over 
Denver Nuggets 48½ over 
Chicago Bulls 47½ under 
Memphis Grizzlies 47½ under 
Philadelphia 76ers 46½ under 
New York Knicks 45½ over  Under (changed 10/19)

Dallas Mavericks 44½ under 
Brooklyn Nets 44½ over 
Atlanta Hawks 42½ over 
Utah Jazz 42½ over 
Minnesota Timberwolves 39½ over 
Milwaukee Bucks 35½ over 
Portland Trail Blazers 35½ under :( 
Golden State Warriors 34½ over 
Phoenix Suns 33½ under 
Cleveland Cavaliers 31½ over 
Detroit Pistons 31½ under 
Toronto Raptors 31½ over 
Washington Wizards 31½ under 
Houston Rockets 30½ over 
Sacramento Kings 30½ under 
New Orleans Hornets 24½ over 
Orlando Magic 23½ under  and that's the lock of the century I think. 
Charlotte Bobcats 22½ under  
 
Neither under nor over now look like real words.  

Let's see how I do in May.  If we remember.  Also, this is without any research
about the small trades or the rookies, basically.  I will probably pick Charlotte 
for the over next year though #MKG.  Just going by my first guess, except I changed
my mind on Miami.  Nah, I'll change that back.  Over it is.  
 
Also, disclaimer I'm not betting any money on any of these picks. 
It's just fun to have on the record, esp after my epic Facebook (fb) prediction. 
 
Totals from Bovada.LV via Blazersedge.com
 
EDIT I think the Knicks should be under.   If it's not too late to change that... 
EDIT 10/19 Dirk just had knee surgery.  My Mavs prediction is veering into lock of the century status. 
I don't know when I suggested the Knicks should be under, but it was def (and still is) pre-season. 
I'm changing it!

3 comments:

concerned wife said...

you have truly lost it.

skunkbay said...

Every boy should have a hobby

Scort Vee said...

Semantic Satiation: is a psychological phenomenon in which repetition causes a word or phrase to temporarily lose meaning for the listener.