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04/10/2021 10:00 Detroit Pistons vs Portland Trail Blazers

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Detroit Pistons (16-36) @ Portland Trail Blazers (30-21)

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If the Timberwolves score 115 points everyone in attendance gets free roids.

I think Rodriquez hit the last home run I saw in person at Tiger Stadium.  Crushed the first pitch off Jeff Weaver to deep right center.  Thinking back, I think a Tiger hit one later in the game.  

 

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I did watch a bit of the Lakers tonight.  It was odd seeing KCP, Drummond, and Markieff Morris leading them to victory.

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10 hours ago, Deleterious said:

Timberwolves to Seattle?

 

maybe the league wants that sweet amazon money for an expansion fee?

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7 hours ago, Deleterious said:

I didn't watch.  But Kanter had 30 rebounds?

 

Yes, but the Pistons had 38.

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3 hours ago, Buddha said:

maybe the league wants that sweet amazon money for an expansion fee?

That would work.  And they are itching to add Mexico City as well, even with the logistical nightmares.  Do that and give the east Memphis and ??? NO or Minnesota I guess.

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19 minutes ago, Deleterious said:

That would work.  And they are itching to add Mexico City as well, even with the logistical nightmares.  Do that and give the east Memphis and ??? NO or Minnesota I guess.

No, if they add two teams to the West (15 to 17), then they only need to move one to the East (still at 15) to even things out.

They seem intent on adding Seattle.  Las Vegas seemed to been high on the list, especially after the NHL expanded there.

As far as international expansion, not sure if now is the time for that.

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West:  Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Golden State, Portland, Phoenix, SEATTLE, LAS VEGAS

Central:  Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Oklahoma City, New Orleans, Denver, Utah, Minnesota

Northeast:  Milwaukee, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Toronto, New York, Brooklyn, Boston

Southeast:  Washington, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Charlotte, Miami, Orlando, Memphis, Indiana

I don't know, something along those lines.  And if you don't want two expansion teams in the same division, exchange Vegas for Utah for a few season.  They shuffled the Heat, Wolves, Magic, and Hornets (first version) around when they came into the league.  Heck, for a few seasons the Pistons were in the West with the Spurs and Rockets in the East, so geography may not matter much anyway.

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Sorry.. just playing around... And taking into account your point on the two expansion teams:

 

West by Northwest:  Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Golden State, Portland, Denver, Utah, SEATTLE

Southern:  Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Oklahoma City, New Orleans, Atlanta, Phoenix, LAS VEGAS

Midwest:  Milwaukee, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Toronto, Minnesota, Memphis, Indiana

Eastern Seaboard:  Washington, Philadelphia, Charlotte, Miami, Orlando, New York, Brooklyn, Boston

 

Atlanta suffers the most in this setup, geographically... although they aren't too far from New Orleans...

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40 minutes ago, 84 Lives!!! said:

Sorry.. just playing around... And taking into account your point on the two expansion teams:

 

West by Northwest:  Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Golden State, Portland, Denver, Utah, SEATTLE

Southern:  Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Oklahoma City, New Orleans, Atlanta, Phoenix, LAS VEGAS

Midwest:  Milwaukee, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Toronto, Minnesota, Memphis, Indiana

Eastern Seaboard:  Washington, Philadelphia, Charlotte, Miami, Orlando, New York, Brooklyn, Boston

 

Atlanta suffers the most in this setup, geographically... although they aren't too far from New Orleans...

I don't think that having 3 time zones in one division is wise.  I think you limit it to 2 per division.

In fact, I think time zones within a division or probably of similar priority to mileage within a division.

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That didn't really bother me so much because the 3 time zones in the Southern only means two hours. And it's short flights... especially with Atlanta and Dallas as hubs...

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