What do you think of the Mark Cuban conference realignment model?

Update:

The idea is for the three Texas teams plus Memphis to go to the East, and the north-central teams (Milwaukee, Chicago, Indiana, and Detroit) to align with the West.

East

Memphis .826

Houston .783

Toronto .750

Washington .739

San Antonio .708

Atlanta .696

Dallas .680

Cleveland .591

(Miami) .458

(Brooklyn) .455

West

Golden State .913

Portland .750

LA Clippers .696

Chicago .652

Milwaukee .500

Phoenix .480

New Orleans .478

Oklahoma City .458

(Sacramento) .458

(Denver) .417

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  • 6 years ago

    East

    1. Memphis .826

    2. Houston .783

    3. Toronto .750

    4. Washington .739

    5. San Antonio .708

    6. Atlanta .696

    7. Dallas .680

    8. Cleveland .591

    9. (Miami) .458

    10. (Brooklyn) .455

    West

    1. Golden State .913

    2. Portland .750

    3. LA Clippers .696

    4. Chicago .652

    5. Milwaukee .500

    6. Phoenix .480

    7. New Orleans .478

    8. Oklahoma City .458

    9. (Sacramento) .458

    10. (Denver) .417

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    Lv 7
    6 years ago

    And what about the other 10 teams?

    You'll notice he wants to move his own Mavs to the weaker conference. A little self-interest there?

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    I think it's a gimmick. And nothing more.

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