Thursday, March 13

Limping to the Lottery

Another loss, another step closer to Michael Beasley or Derrick Rose.

There are 17 games remaining in the Sonics' schedule, and, perhaps, 17 games left for the Seattle SuperSonics. Of those 17, I would suggest the Sonics will be favored to win three, meaning the Sonics' record at the end of the year would be 19-63, easily the worst in franchise history.

Last night's debacle against the Celtics - the Sonics led in the first quarter! - put Seattle's record at 16-49, ahead of only the 3 M's - Memphis, Minnesota, and Miami.

After looking at the schedules, I figure Minnesota will likely win five games, giving them 19 wins for the season, matching the Sonics. Memphis could win three more games, giving them 18 wins, while Miami should easily finish with the worst record in the league.

Where does that leave us? It leaves Seattle and Minnesota tied for the third-worst record in the league, meaning those two would be fighting over Jerryd Bayless, Brook Lopez, O.J. Mayo, or Deandre Jordan, among others.

Sonics basketball, it's fantastic!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

i'm not sure if you are aware of this or not but the draft lotto is rigged!!!! stern is the one that decides not a ping pong ball. if the owner is clay then no matter where we finish 1-2-3-4-5-6 we will have a 1 or 2 pick, if he is forced to sell by that time then we gat a 5 spot. its that simple