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Date Posted: 15:36:53 01/31/03 Fri
Author: ARCRat
Subject: Everything is dynamic
In reply to: MaacGruff 's message, "Quite honestly? Ther same logic prevails regarding the thrashing we received." on 09:40:55 01/31/03 Fri

It tells you something, the history as the season wears on, but how much, it's limited.

If you'll recall, Manhattan exploited a weakness that night that appears to be under a much higher degree of control these days. It was a bleeding wound that night. I doubt you will see the same result in Siena/Manhattan II. Likewise, everyone else is changing too. What does appear to be clearer is who is most likely to wrap up the top 3 spots, and the fourth is still a question mark. I feel really confident that Siena will not be playing four rounds.

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