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Posted on: September 1, 2008 6:44 pm
 

Manu Ginobili's injury

Anyone who watched the Olympic game with USA vs. Argentina in the semi-finals saw Manu Ginobili's injury. If you saw it, you would know it was a lot more than just a minor injury. He know will have to arthroscopic surgery on his left ankle. He should be having it sometime later this week and as of right now there is no timetable for when he will recover. The best guess would be somewhere around 6-8 weeks, but it could be longer or it could be shorter. Then again, if the doctors say he will recover in a certain amount of time, that doesn't always mean he will actually be recovered by then. Remember Andrew Bynum last year? He was suppose to recover from his injury within 6-8 weeks, but he never returned all of last season.

Best case scenario let's say he's back just in time to get a few practices in and be ready for the next season. That is his left ankle and he is a left handed player and he goes to his left more than his right. The point is that that injury could always reoccur and come back, and/or it just bother him for the rest of the season. The ankle is a key joint for a basketball player like Ginobili because he will need it to be okay for him to make quick cuts and turns on it as well as using it to lift him high into the air to make those crazy layups.

Worst case scenario he is out for around half the season or maybe the whole season. He isn't able to do much at all for the Spurs thus leaving everything up to Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and Bruce Bowen. With how good the Lakers are, how good the Rockets could be now with Ron Artest, how much the Deron Williams and Chris Paul are improving the Jazz and Hornets, the Spurs would find it very hard to have success in the West.

Most likely scenario is that he is able to play within the first two weeks of the next season. He probably won't re injure himself but that ankle injury should linger with him most of next season. He won't be as good as he normally is, Timmy is getting a little older and can't carry the whole team on shoulders all the way to the Finals anymore, and Tony Parker is too busy with Eva Longoria to having a monster year for the Spurs. The Spurs will make the playoffs around the 3-6 seed and possibly make it out of the first round but not likely any farther than that.

No matter which scenario it is, this injury is not good for the Spurs and will impact them negatively in a big way. Ginobili won't be able to be at 100% all season for the Spurs and won't be able to do enough to get them deep into the playoffs. With how much the Rockets have improved, how much better than Laker will be with a healthy Bynum than they were last year (scary) I just don't see the Spurs making themselves a contender this year with Ginobili's banged up ankle.
Posted on: August 16, 2008 11:40 pm
Edited on: September 22, 2008 8:06 am
 

Ultimate All Time NBA Mock Draft Tourney

Okay, all the pool play is done and now it's time to get the actually tourney started. We have all the seeds set and this is how it will look:

Round 1


1) You Still Don't Want it With Us
vs. 16) Pistol & Co. http://www.sportsline.com/mcc/messa
ges/chrono/10065904/0/1/10065937#ID
10065937


8) The Elites vs. 9) Big B's Bad Boys http://www.sportsline.com/mcc/messa
ges/chrono/10036273/0/0/10036855#ID
10036855


5) Chisper and Friends vs. 12) Who Got Next? www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/9988214


4) Sulphurous Nonentities vs. 13) Team 1 Large Hawaiian Thanks www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/10129406


3) Hooch's Hustlers vs. 14) UFWs Hooch's Hustlers forfeit

6) David Stern's Jowel vs. 11) Tha Jello Jigglers www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/10129018


7) The Mad Dog Madsens vs. 10) The Railcats http://www.sportsline.com/mcc/messa
ges/chrono/9999691/0/1/9999737#ID99
99737


2) Michigan Sports vs. 15) Squeezy Sleazies Squeezy Sleazies forfeit


Quarter Finals

1) You Still Don't Want It With Us vs. 9) Big B's Bad Boys http://www.sportsline.com/mcc/messa
ges/chrono/10214020/0/1/10217126#ID
10217126


5) Chrisper and Friends vs.13) Team 1 Large Hawaiian Thanks Chrisper and Friends forfeit

11) Tha Jello Jigglers vs. 14) UFWs www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/10289372

2) Michigan Sports vs. 10) The Legends www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/10266898


Semi Finals

1) You Still Don't Want It With Us vs. 13) Team 1 Large Hawaiian Thanks www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/10428827/0/1/10428859#ID1042885
9

11) Tha Jello Jigglers vs. 10) The Legends www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/10451426/0/1/10451454#ID1045145
4


Championship

13) Team 1 Large Hawaiian Thanks vs. 10) The Legends  www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/10669146/0/0/10669152#ID1066915
2

* teams that are bolded and underlined are the winners of the matchup

It's a single elimination tourney just so no one forgets, so when you lose you're out. Good luck to everyone and remember that if you need to find the rosters here they are Expect to see matchups up very soon.

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Category: General
Posted on: August 16, 2008 10:20 pm
 

Ben Gordon: Would Europe Improve his game?

It's almost 100% certain now that Ben Gordon won't be on the Bulls next season, but it's not 100% certain that he will stay in the NBA either. He has spoke about doing a sign and trade with other teams as well as the possibility of going to Europe. With his Chad Johnson type ego, I doubt he goes to Europe because he wouldn't be in the spotlight enough there. Still, I think it would be a big benefit to him and his game if he did go to Europe. You might think I'm crazy because the competition is much worse there than it is here, but hear me out for you call me stupid. Once I'm done, than feel free to call me whatever you feel like.

For those that know about the international teams, you know that they focus more on the fundamentals and teamwork aspects of basketball. They want their players to know the basics and be able to play good team ball before they can do high light dunks and pull of sick dime passes. Now for everyone that knows Ben Gordon, they would know he is a great shooter.........when he is on fire. When he is cold however, he is frozen. He is the definition of a streaky shooter and not a very good team player in my opinion. These are the two biggest reason why the Bulls won't give him his money. He thinks he is the best player on the Bulls and thinks he should be paid more than anyone, but he doesn't have the consistency like Luol Deng does. Sure, if he was consistent he could be the Bulls best player, but he's just not that guy right now.

I think if he went to Europe that he would be out of the spotlight and might able to have less of an ego. When that happens, he will start listening to his coaches (if he can understand their language). Then he will start learning the fundamentals and start learning how to be a team player. He would work on his shot and become more consistent of a player. Who knows, maybe someone could teach him so defense over there too. He would be a much player if he could learn all of that stuff. Then he could come back to the US and join an NBA team again. He would now be a much better player and could even be an elite player if he really worked on it over there. Then he would finally get his money and become a high payed player.

So Ben, if you're reading this: GO TO EUROPE! Trust me, you'll come back a much better player and will get your money. I doubt you listen to me though because your ego is bigger than any contract you'll get so good luck joining a new NBA team and continuing to be one of the most inconsistent and overrated players in the NBA. Good for you, you can score 30+ one night and 3 the next. Way to go!
Posted on: August 6, 2008 2:47 pm
 

All Time NBA Defensive Teams: 3rd Team

I decided that it would interested to gather up the greatest defenders in history and make teams of them like they do each year for the best players in the NBA. So I will find the greatest defenders at put them at their respective positions. Forgive me though, if I don't put them at their primary position, but there is too many great defenders that played center, and I couldn't fit them all onto 3 teams (I'm only going to a 1st team, 2nd team, and 3rd team). So you will some a PF instead of center. Also, players that played multiple positions will be put at whatever position I feel like. If you don't like it, than too bad.


3rd All Time NBA Defensive Team:


PG- Walt Frazier

7 All NBA Defensive 1st team selections

Walt "Clyde" Frazier was one of the greatest PG defenders ever. His defense was key in both the Knicks titles in '70 and '73. He was one of the first guys to ever master the art of stealing the ball. He played loose making it look like he was letting his guard down, but used his quick hands to steal the ball. He deserves the spot here as the 3rd best defending PG of all time and some might argue him higher.


SG- John Havlicek


5 All NBA Defensive 1st team selections and 3 All NBA Defensive 2nd team selections

Hondo was one the biggest parts of the Celtics championships, and like his teammate Bill Russell, it was his defense that made them so good. He is possibly one of the most underrated players in history because everyone remembers only Russell during those championships with the Celtics. He came off the bench as the 6th man because even though he was one of their better players, he would rather play a role that would help their team win better because of how great a team player he was. Hondo was a defensive genius and deserves this spot.


SF- Bobby Jones

8 All NBA Defensive 1st team selections and 1 All NBA Defensive 2nd team selection

Jones is probably the most underrated defender of all time. Not many people know a whole lot about him (I'll be honest, I didn't know much either until I researched him), but that doesn't mean he wasn't a great defender. This was mainly due to how quite and calm his personality was. He was a very respectable player and never believed in using any dirty tactics such throwing elbows, hip checks, etc. He was just a hard working team player that always hustled and did his best. Jones is probably the least known all time great defender, but he was one of the best.


PF- Ben Wallace


4 Defensive Player of the Years 5 All NBA Defensive 1st team selections and 1 All NBA Defensive 2nd team selection

Big Ben was giving the title "Beast of the East" for a reason. He was an absolute monster on defense. He was only standing at 6'7"-6'9", but he could defend the best guys in the league. Not only was he a monster in the paint, but he had the versatility to defend the guards. He was known after going on the fast break to stay there and press the ball handler. He got lots of steals doing this and was able to take it in for the slam. He was the anchor the Pistons' defense especially in the 2004 NBA Championship. He is tied with Dikembe Mutombo for winning the most DPOYs in history with 4. If anyone doubts that Big Ben couldn't hang with the best them see this:

www.youtube.com/watch


C- David Robinson

1 Defensive Player of the Year 4 All NBA Defensive 1st team selections and 4 All NBA Defensive 2nd team selections

The Admiral was one of the great all time defensive centers. He might get overlooked some because there was so many great defensive centers. Along with Tim Duncan, they formed the "Twin Towers" that helped the Spurs win 2 titles in 1999 and 2003. With him and Timmy down low, most teams wouldn't be able to score very much in the paint or out rebound them. This spot could go to both Tim Duncan or Robinson, but in the end I picked Robinson due to the fact that he was important to their defense and Timmy was more important to the offense.


Keep track of the teams:

1st team:


PG- Gary Payton
SG- Michael Jordan
SF- Dennis Rodman
PF- Bill Russell
C- Hakeem Olajuwon

2nd Team:

PG- Mo Cheeks
SG- Sidney Moncrief
SF- Scottie Pippen
PF- Alonzo Mourning
C- Dikembe Mutombo

3rd Team:


PG- Walt Frazier
SG- John Havlicek
SF- Bobby Jones
PF- Ben Wallace
C- David Robinson


There you have it people now you see all 3 of my teams; now let's see what you think.
Posted on: August 4, 2008 2:07 pm
Edited on: August 4, 2008 2:08 pm
 

All Time NBA Defensive Teams: 2nd Team

I decided that it would interested to gather up the greatest defenders in history and make teams of them like they do each year for the best players in the NBA. So I will find the greatest defenders at put them at their respective positions. Forgive me though, if I don't put them at their primary position, but there is too many great defenders that played center, and I couldn't fit them all onto 3 teams (I'm only going to a 1st team, 2nd team, and 3rd team). So you will some a PF instead of center. Also, players that played multiple positions will be put at whatever position I feel like. If you don't like it, than too bad.

2nd All Time NBA Defensive Team:


PG- Maurice Cheeks

4 All NBA Defensive 1st team selections and 1 All NBA 2nd team selection

Mo was one of the greatest PG defenders and is only rivaled by Gary Payton IMO. He wasn't big and strong, but he was very speedy and quick. He had quick hands and knew how to stay in front of his man and keep him from doing damage. He was a big part of the 76ers success in his career, most notably the 1983 NBA Championship he won with teammates Moses Malone and Julius Erving. He isn't given as much credit because he was overshadowed by the two stars Malone and Dr. J, but he has contributed just as much as they did. He never put up amazing numbers outside of steals, but he was one amazing and underrated player.


SG- Sidney Moncrief

2 Defensive Player of the Years 4 All NBA Defensive 1st team selections and 1 All NBA 2nd team selection

He won the very first (and second) Defensive Player of the Year award. Moncrief was a defensive specialist that was underrated on the offensive end. He was overshadowed by the dominating Lakers and Celtics during the 80s, but his Bucks had the 3rd best winning percentage behind those 2 teams over the decade and he definitely was a huge part of that. He was possibly the best on ball defender in history. Michael was quoted saying about him: "When you play against Moncrief, you're in for a night of all-around basketball. He'll hound you everywhere you go, both ends of the court. You just expect it." If a player like MJ respects your defensive skills that much, you know you were one of the best.


SF- Scottie Pippen

8 All NBA Defensive 1st team selections and 2 All NBA Defensive 2nd team selections

Pippen, along with his Bulls teammates MJ and Rodman, was a defensive beast. Everyone knows how great the Bulls offense was, but it was their great defense that won them their championships. Pippen was known as one of the best defenders in his era, and he played in one of the best (if not the best) eras in basketball. He was selected to 10 total All NBA Defensive Teams which is 1 shy of the record. He could play great man defense, rebound, and had some quick hands as well.


PF- Alonzo Mourning

2 Defensive Player of the Years and 2 All NBA Defensive 1st team selections

Zo was a beast of a defender, but didn't put up great numbers over his entire career due to the fact that he had some bad injuries. Still, when he was healthy in his prime he was a monster on the boards and in the post on defense and played against some of the game's greatest centers like Shaq, Hakeem, The Admiral, Ewing, etc. He was very athletic and versatile for a big guy as well, and he used it to his advantage when defending his opponent. Zo would make it very difficult for anyone to score in the paint and get rebounds.


C- Dikembe Mutombo


4 Defensive Player of the Years 3 All NBA Defensive 1st team selections and 3 All NBA Defensive 2nd team selections

Mutombo was one of the greatest defenders in his prime. He won 4 DPOYs which tied with Ben Wallace for the record. He could go toe to toe with the best centers as well and was an amazing shot blocker and rebounder. He is 2nd on all-time in blocks with 3,256 over his career. His famous finger wag made him popular with fans but not with the officials. He was a monster and 7'2" 260 lbs that would lock down the paint and make it nearly impossible to score at times.



Just to keep track of all the teams:

1st team:

PG- Gary Payton
SG- Michael Jordan
SF- Dennis Rodman
PF- Bill Russell
C- Hakeem Olajuwon

2nd Team:

PG- Mo Cheeks
SG- Sidney Moncrief
SF- Scottie Pippen
PF- Alonzo Mourning
C- Dikembe Mutombo

Coming up in a few days: 3rd All NBA Defensive Team
Posted on: August 2, 2008 2:11 pm
Edited on: August 4, 2008 2:09 pm
 

All Time NBA Defensive Teams: 1st Team

I decided that it would interested to gather up the greatest defenders in history and make teams of them like they do each year for the best players in the NBA. So I will find the greatest defenders at put them at their respective positions. Forgive me though, if I don't put them at their primary position, but there is too many great defenders that played center, and I couldn't fit them all onto 3 teams (I'm only going to a 1st team, 2nd team, and 3rd team). So you will some a PF instead of center. Also, players that played multiple positions will be put at whatever position I feel like. If you don't like it, than too bad.

1st All Time NBA Defensive Team:


PG- Gary Payton

1 Defensive Player of the Year and 9 time All NBA Defensive 1st team selections

"The Glove" was the greatest defensive PG of all time. He could lock down the best PGs when he played them. He had to guard some of the best including Isiah Thomas, Jason Kidd, Kevin Johnson, and even Michael Jordan in his time. He was always knows for being a tenacious, in your face defender and used his trash talking arrogant personality to get into the heads of his opponents. He is one of only 4 guards to ever win the DPOY in its entire history.

SG- Michael Jordan


1 Defensive Player of the Year and 9 time All NBA Defensive 1st team selections

Most know that MJ is one of the greatest scorers, if not the greatest, in history. He ranks up there in almost all offensive categories on the all time lists, but what truly made him the greatest player ever was that he could also play defense. He was just as good of a defender as he was on offensive player. Not many knew this because he didn't put up the numbers to prove it, but in the 1987-1988 season he put up great defensive numbers and won the Defensive Player of the Year award. He is 3rd all time in steals per game average with 2.35 spg and 2nd all time in total steals with 2,514. He is not just one of the best guard defenders ever, but one of the greatest defenders in NBA history.

SF- Dennis Rodman

2 Defensive Player of the Years and 7 time All NBA Defensive 1st team selections and 1 All NBA Defensive 2nd team selection

Dennis Rodman was a monster defensive player. He started at the Pistons, but continued his defensive greatness on the Bulls as well adn was huge part in both the Pistons titles in 89 and 90, as well as the 3 Bulls titles he was part of in 96, 97, and 98. He was only 6'8" 210 lbs, but he was a monster on the boards. He is 11th all time in rebounds per game with 13.1 rpg, and at the small forward spot when he was on the Pistons. He will probably be more known for how crazy he was in his personal life, but when he was on the court he was a defensive beast and a great rebounder.

PF- Bill Russell

1 All NBA Defensive 1st team selection

Don't let the fact that he only was selected to 1 All NBA Defensive team and no DPOYs fool you. They didn't start recording all defensive teams until the 1968-1969 season and he was on of the 1st to be selected. The Defensive Player of the Year award didn't start being handed out until the 1982-1983 season. Trust me, if they would have been keeping track of that stuff in his day, he would have more DPOYs and All defensive teams than anyone. His defense is what anchored the Celtics to their 11 championships in his days. They didn't record blocks back then either, but some have studied old tapes of his games and say he would have averaged around 7 blocks. Also, they said at least 5 out of the 7 times he would block the ball his teams would get the ball instead of it going right back to the opponent. He is seen by most as the greatest defensive player of all time and rightly so with how well he played.

C- Hakeem Olajuwon

2 Defensive Player of the Years and 5 All NBA Defensive 1st Teams and 4 All NBA Defensive 2nd teams

Hakeem "The Dream" Olajuwon was an unbelievably versatile defender. Not only could he lock down the paint, but he could guard players on the perimeter and use his quick hands to grab lots of steals. His defense was a huge factor in winning the Rockets 2 back-to-back NBA championships in the 1993-1994 and 1994-1995 season. Hakeem is the all time leader in total blocks with 3,830, 7th all time total steals with 2,162, and 11th all time total rebounds with 13,748. He also one of only 4 players in NBA to ever record a quadruple double, which is just more proof of how versatile a player he was. Other than Michael Jordan, he is probably the best defender in history that was great on offense as well. He is one of the greatest defenders of all time, and possible the most versatile defender of all time.


Coming up in a few days: 2nd All Time Defensive Team.
Posted on: June 27, 2008 9:45 am
Edited on: June 27, 2008 9:50 am
 

What was Joe D thinking?

I usually don't find myself asking this question too many times because 99% of the time he is a genius and makes the right call. But that 1% are the times when Joe D looks more like another Detroit GM (Matt Millen) . Like when he drafted Darko Milicic over Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, etc. Well this year's NBA Draft was only one of those 1% moments where I found myself thinking, "Was Matt Millen drafting for the Pistons or was it actually Joe Dumars?

When it rolled around to the Pistons 1st round pick, I found myself very excited. I was hoping somehow someone good would fall to us and we would get lucky. Well my prayers were answered when Chris Douglas-Roberts and DeAndre Jordan were both available at the Pistons pick. I sat there waiting to see which one we would get and would have been happy with either one (CDR more), but instead I hear D.J. White's name called. I thought, "Huh, well I guess he's not that bad, but why didn't we get CDR?" I was upset, but I was willing to live with the White pick.

Then a trade happened; The Pistons traded D.J. White for the SuperSonics two 2nd round picks (32nd and 46th). So then I was thinking, "Well maybe now they are going to draft one of those guys, or maybe even Bill Walker." Any of those 3 would have made me happier than I am right now. They go and select Walter Sharpe from UAB. I almost punched the TV and started to cry. Before I went crazy I decided maybe Joe D knew something about this guy that I didn't. To be honest, I had never heard of him until now. So I looked him up and did some research. When I was done, I about lost it. A guy that bounced around between 3 different colleges, has narcolepsy, got arrested at a nightclub, and was shot. Hmmmm, sounds like a perfect fit for the Pistons doesn't it? The other two picks, Trent Plaisted and Deron Washington were two other forwards. So the Pistons drafted 3 forwards in this draft. I can't say anything about Plaisted since he is another guy I have no clue about, but Washington is almost the same type of player as Sharpe. So why draft him? Just to keep up with how horrible we've been drafting so far?

I was very disappointed with Joe D this year in the draft. After a great year last year in getting Rodney Stuckey and Arron Afflalo, going to such a horrible year this year in getting Walter Sharpe, Trent Plaited, and Deon Washington. It just makes me wonder what Dumas was thinking when he made these picks, or even it was even him at all but instead it was Matt Millen!

Posted on: June 25, 2008 9:33 am
Edited on: August 11, 2008 8:08 am
 

All Time NBA Mock Draft Central

Since some people want everything organized and it one spot, I will answer their prayers. I will have all you need to know about the All Time NBA Mock Draft here. So if you need to know something about it, come here.

Week 4-6 will be determine after Week 3 games are played by this format:


Group A

You Don't Want it With Us 3-0
Michigan Sports2-1
Hooch's Hustlers 1-2

Sulphurous Nonetities 0-3

Group

Chrisper and Friends 2-0
David Stern's Jowel 2-1
Harst and Co. 1-1

The Elites 0-3


Group C

Big B's Bad Boys 3-0
The Railcats 2-1
Tha Jello Jigglers 1-2

Who Got Next? 0-3

Group D

Team 1 Large Hawaiian Thanks 2-0
UFWs 2-1

Squeezy Sleazies 1-2
Pistol & Co 0-2

Week 4 Schedule

Hooch's Hustlers vs. Sulphurous Nonentities www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/9461351/0/L

The Elites vs. Harst and Co. www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/9493062/0/1/9493077#ID9493077


Big B's Bad Boys vs. Tha Jello Jigglers www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/9431415/0/L

UFWs vs.
Pistol & Co www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/9460618


Team 1 Large Hawaiian Thanks vs. Squeezy Sleazies www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/9505833

Who got next? vs. Railcats Who Got Next Forfeit

David Stern's Jowel vs. Chrisper and Friends www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/9465908

You Still Don't Want it With Us vs. Michigan Sports www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/9639089


Week 5 Schedule


Harst and Co. vs. David Stern's Jowel http://www.sportsline.com/mcc/messa
ges/chrono/9651946

UFWs vs.
Team 1 Large Hawaiian Thanks http://www.sportsline.com/mcc/messa
ges/chrono/9589804


Hooch's Hustlers vs. You Still Don't Want it With Us Hooch's Hustlers forfeit
Squeezy Sleazies vs.
Pistol & Co Cliff's Chaos forfeit

Sulphurous Nonentities vs. Michigan Sports www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/9637484

Big B's Bad Boys vs. Who got next? www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/9626722


Tha Jello Jigglers vs. Railcats www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/9568414

Chrisper and Friends vs. The Elites www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/9687397


Week 6 Schedule

Chrisper and Friends vs. Harst and Co.  www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/9842602

Big B's Bad Boys vs. Railcats www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/9767752


Hooch's Hustlers vs. Michigan Sports www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/9817282

You Still Don't Want it With Us vs. Sulphurous Nonentities www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/9784863


The Elites vs. David Stern's Jowel The Elites forfeit
Team 1 Large Hawaiian Thanks vs.
Pistol & Co  www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/9852136/0/1/9852153#ID9852153


UFWs vs. Squeezy Sleazies www.sportsline.com/mcc/messages/chr
ono/9835423/0/1/9835455#ID9835455

Tha Jello Jigglers vs. Who got next? Who Got Next? forfeits


1st-4th in Group A would get 1st-4th seeds in the tournament.
1st-4th in Group B would get 5th-8th seeds in the tournament.
1st-4th in Group C would get 9th-12th seed in the tournament.
1st-4th in Group D would get 13th-16th seed in the tournament.

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