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The Milwaukee Bucks have had, by almost any measure, a disaster of a season. But they're not as bad off as they could be.
In a memo issued to teams and officials, and made public online, the NBA is emphasizing verticality. Just in time for a likely Pacers/Heat Eastern Conference finals largely affected by verticality!
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Nikola Vucevic, whose nickname really should be "Tesla," and Tim Duncan, who needs no nickname, are the players of the week. And that's perfect for a season defined by tanking and the elite Western Conference.
The Utah Jazz could, potentially, make a splash next season by going on their own unlikely, Phoenix Suns-like run. Or they could trip, fall, bang their heads, forget where they are heading and find themselves right back here, where the grass grows at a snail-like pace.
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The Memphis Grizzlies have been one of the biggest surprises this season. After a disappointing start, which saw them float around the .500 mark for the first half of the year, they found their rhythm when the heart and soul of their team, Marc Gasol, returned from a sprained MCL in January.
The Pistons are, objectively, bad. But they could turn things around in the near future if they make the right calls this summer.