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Here are some notes on each team in the Pacific Division heading into the 2010-11 NBA season:

Los Angeles Lakers: The defending champs come into the 2010-11 season looking to three-peat, which would be Phil Jackson’s fourth if they can pull it off. I do think the Lakers will win the West this season, but I also think it’s the first season that we start to see Kobe Bryant break down a bit. Not to say that he’s suddenly going to be mediocre, but I think he’ll be play less minutes and defer to other players a bit more this season. I believe this for two reasons: the mileage on his legs and the effects of his offseason knee surgery. Kobe has struggled in the preseason and looks like he’s still getting back into form. I think the Lakers will look to run the offense through Pau Gasol more and look to other players for more contribution. I still think they’re the best team in the West.

Los Angeles Clippers: This is the year the Clippers make the postseason; I truly believe that. Blake Griffin has looked like a man among boys from an athleticism standpoint in the preseason. People tend to forget why he was the consensus number one pick two offseasons ago. Griffin looks ready to play at an All-Star level right now and is the favorite for Rookie of the Year as far as I can tell. He absolutely dominated DeMarcus Cousins in preseason play. Griffin and Chris Kaman form a solid duo inside and the Clippers have a lot of talent on this roster. However, a lot will hinge on whether or not Baron Davis shows up this season.

Phoenix Suns: It’s hard to predict how the Suns will fare without Amare Stoudemire, since he’s been a staple in Phoenix since being drafted in 2002. Steve Nash has to start slowing down eventually, right? The Suns do have a talented squad, featuring newcomers like Josh Childress and Hedo Turkoglu, but I’m not sure they’re a playoff team in the competitive Western Conference. If Nash can log major minutes and get some of these guys overachieving, though, I wouldn’t rule it out. Any team run by Nash has the opportunity to sell NBA tickets.

Golden State Warriors: The Warriors have a lot of young talent, but I don’t think they’re in a position to contend this season. Stephen Curry was my vote for Rookie of the Year last season and I think he’s going to have a fantastic career. However, he’s not the first option in this offense; Monta Ellis is. Ellis is doing and saying all of the right things this preseason, but we’ll have to wait and see if he’s actually going to be a less selfish player going forward. David Lee was an underrated addition to this team, as was Dorrell Wright. Expect them to make strides.

Sacramento Kings: The Kings are one of the youngest teams in the NBA and could have two cornerstones to build upon in Tyreke Evans and DeMarcus Cousins. Evans won Rookie of the Year last season and has the potential to be an offensive juggernaut, though his style of play seems to rub some teammates the wrong way. As for Cousins, he’s extremely skilled for a big man of his age and is definitely in the Rookie of the Year mix in 2010-11. If he can keep his head on straight, the Kings could have a nice inside-outside threat for years to come.

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