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2012-2013 NBA season tips off

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    So its the start of the new season. Two great games on tonight with retooled rosters. Anyone else excited for this new season? Predictions? Hopes? Lol

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    I already know my Rose-less Bulls will struggle in the beginning. I'm ready to see how the retooled Lakers will do this season. I doubt they have enough to get past the Thunder, even with the James Hardin trade.

    I also want to see which team rules New York.
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    Been a bulls fan almost all my life even during the dark days. Love my Mavs too but they won't get too far either without Dirk :(

    Real excited to see the Wolves too. Always kept and eye on them since they got Love. Too bad Rubio is out too

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    I was 11 when i became a bulls fan. I guess you can say i am a life long fan since i'm 31 now. Went though the dark days, the high schoolers, and now with Rose.

    If Rubio was healthy i think the Wolves would be the surprise team in the West. In the East i think the Cavs could be very entertaining to watch if Kyrie Irving and Tristan Thompson take the next leap forward.
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    Been a bulls fan since I was like 3, grew up in the golden age, good ol MJ and Pip. Even the baby bulls were always secretly my favorite. Rose got me into NCAA a bit and been following him since.

    If rubio didn't get hurt last year then I thought that they couldvr made playoffs