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Of the teams left, I think by order of preferred to least preferred: Toronto, Utah, Indianapolis, 76ers. Milwaukee, Golden State, Boston, Cleveland, OKC, Washington, New Orleans, Houston.
And I'm kind of waffling on some of the placement of the top 5 there.
As long as Houston doesn't win, I'll be pleased.
Toronto could just use it. Lowry deserves a deep Playoff run. Demarr has raised his game and the whole team is a redemption story.
Utah has been amazing this season whenever anyone begins to doubt them
Indiana makes me happy. Indy has been a feel good story all season with Oloadipo's rise and I am pleased to see Sabonis play well as I was a huge fan of his Dad.
The 76ers are fun. It's nice to see Embiid finally playing.
I love Giannis (even if I can't spell, let alone pronounce his name) and I have to admit a series between Milwaukee and New Orleans would be pretty amazing to watch.
I have no problem with Golden State, in fact aside from Kevin Durant who I find annoying I really like them
And Boston is doing so well despite key players absences it's hard not to root for these guys and that coach.
I have no problem with LeBron and Cleveland, in fact if Larry Nance Jr gets a ring there I will be ecstatic for him. Good kid and I'm so pleased he got out of LA
I didn't place OKC in there...let me fix that. I actually love Russ, PG, and Steve Adams. I will never get over the betrayal of Carmelo Anthony. (I was sure he'd be a better team guy than he turned out to be)
I'm not sure I dislike Washington as much as I feel right now. I think John Wall is my second favorite player to come from the hated Duke University. But they seem like Jerks this year.
can't cheer for the Pelicans just yet. But Anthony Davis has been amazing.
Houston annoys me. Though I like Clint Capella's game. I dislike Harden's Game. I also think Paul is overrated - and the idea of them combining forces to put their past playoff swoons behind them only to swoon in the playoffs when being the best team in the NBA really appeals to me.
The playoffs (with the exception of Portland's s#!%show) has been very entertaining. I wish the Wolves had strung together another win.