Pistons/Cavs - Pistons look like they've packed it in. Sixers/Magic - As you saw in gm 1, if the game is close toward the end, Stan Van Gundy gets brain lock. Almost deja vu from gm 7 of the 2005 ECF where instead of feeding Shaq the ball late in the game, he was calling for long jump shots. Heat/Hawks - A slugfest b/w 2 mediocre teams. Yet another opponent the Cavs will coast by. Hornets/Nuggets - Hornets just don't have much firepower outside of Chris Paul. Wow...do the Pistons EVER miss Chauncey Billips. Spurs/Mavs - WAY too early to write off the Spurs despite getting blown out tonight(and are down 2-1), but Genobli's loss is HUGE, and it's showing. Blazers/Rockers - Mutumbo's loss could hurt the Rockets' depth, but we'll see if the Blazers have wiped off their "inexperienced cobwebs" in gm 2. Jazz/Lakers - Lakers just LOST, as I'm typing this. If the Lakers have a weakness, it's their interior defense. The Jazz have been just as successful attacking the paint in this series. Bulls/Celtics - Celtics have really rallied after gm 1, but it's still too early to tell.