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  • 29 Jul
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    a three-round total of 14-under 199 at Royal Melbourne. "Im in a really good
    position for tomorrow," Scott said.TSNs Jack Armstrong offers his thoughts on
    P.J. Carlesimos fate in Brooklyn, the re-emergence of Andrew Bogut, the impact
    of MVP LeBron James as we all as his playoff predictions for the second round.
    1. P.J. CARLESIMO (Nets): Not surprised that he wasnt given the job on a
    full-time basis. When they give you the interim title, they want to take a good
    look at you and youve got lots to prove before they remove the label. Ive known
    P.J. for close to 30 years and have a great deal of respect for him, both as a
    coach and a person. Bottom line, they absolutely needed to win the series
    against the injury-riddled Chicago Bulls and didnt. The Nets are a strange mix
    of players and when I watch them, the expectations dont fit what the final
    result is. They play with minimal passion and dont look like a together group
    whatsoever. P.J. did a very nice job righting the ship and pointing it in the
    right direction after taking over for Avery Johnson in the regular season but
    youve got to win a playoff series (maybe even two) to keep a job like this. All
    the big names will be mentioned for this job due to the dollars involved. In
    order to get the big name type they want (Phil Jackson, Jeff Van Gundy or Stan
    Van Gundy), GM Billy King might have to be willing to take more of a back seat
    in order to allow the vision of the coach they recruit to do his thing. None of
    those guys are showing up just to coach and I highly doubt Jackson comes as a
    coach anyway. 2. EASTERN CONFERENCE PREDICTIONS: Day late and a dollar short. My
    picks are the following: Miami vs. Chicago - Heat in 6 games. Really
    physical/intense series coming up. Bulls are a mess physically but theyre as
    tough a team as youll find. Theyll find a way to steal two games in this series
    by mucking it up yet dont have the weapons on the perimeter to keep up with the
    Elite Heat. Knicks vs. Pacers - Knicks in 7 games. Knicks havent looked real
    good in the past few games vs. Celtics and Game #1 vs. Pacers. I feel both JR
    Smith and Carmelo Anthony will adjust to the physical style and defence of the
    Pacers and settle into a groove. I love the resiliency of Indiana, and
    Paul George is emerging day by day. They play as a team and every game will be a
    highly contested one. If the Knicks follow their proven formula of taking care
    of the ball and making 3-point shots, the gamee will open up and the talent
    level will win out.dddddddddddd 3. WESTERN CONFERENCE PREDICTIONS: Here are my
    West picks. San Antonio vs. Golden State - Spurs in 6 games. Wonderful run by
    the Warriors vs. Denver. The injury to David Lee forced them to play small-ball
    and it worked out beautifully for them. The tempo/pace of this series will have
    to be monitored properly for the Spurs to play at the rate that makes them most
    effective. Love the Steph Curry vs. Tony Parker matchup. Experience, savvy and
    coaching win out in this one. Oklahoma City vs. Memphis - Grizzlies in 7 games.
    From what I saw Sunday and during the regular season (particularly now without
    Russell Westbrook), this is a pick em series. Obviously, the best player between
    these teams is Kevin Durant and we saw why again Sunday; sensational. My gut
    tells me that the Grizzlies are in a good playoff mindset and their talented
    front court will wear down the overwhelmed Thunder front court as it progresses.
    The Grizzlies team defence will tighten and will find a way to make Durant work
    a little harder for his points. The Griz caught a break with Blake Griffins
    injury and the issue with Westbrook will help them again. 4. ANDREW BOGUT
    (Warriors): When Ive seen him play in person twice this season, I must admit, I
    had my doubts if he could get it back to his pre-injury days with the Bucks. I
    still have my reservations as to whether he can hold up and be consistently good
    over the long haul but I must say he was terrific in the final game vs. Denver
    with 14 points and 21 rebounds along with four blocks and three assists. He was
    moving well and had the second/third effort that seems to have abandoned him
    these past few years. Would like nothing more than to see a good front-court
    matchup in this series between him and Hall Of Famer Tim Duncan. 5. LEBRON JAMES
    (Heat): Congrats on the MVP award. In my mind, NO doubt. By far, the best player
    in the game today. Impacts the game in every category and does it at an improved
    level each year. When you talk about an athlete being in that ideal zone, their
    professional sweet spot, hes currently in it. You never know how long it lasts
    so you enjoy it while you get the lucky chance to witness it. Hes playing at
    that level that the true great ones play at right now. A joy to watch. ' ' '