Projecting the 2012-13 Final Atlantic Division Standings

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Projecting the 2012-13 Final Atlantic Division Standings
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It's been a wild offseason for the NBA's Atlantic Division, and that should carry over to some of the most competitive on-the-court matchups in the league going forward in 2012-13. 

This division has been able to add some huge, marquee names to their rosters to make a push at being the best in the East. Future Hall of Famer Jason Kidd has arrived. All-Star Andrew Bynum is here via trade. Oh, and one of the best point guards, Deron Williams, has returned to usher in the new era in Brooklyn. 

From strictly a competitive standpoint, the 16 inner-division games for each of these teams will be circled on the calendar, as always in the NBA. But the ramifications of losing those games might be the difference in a trip to the postseason or prepping for another lottery pick.

The shape and the final results of the upcoming season are going to be different than in 2012. But change is good, and this group of teams could be sending the most representatives to the postseason come April 2013.  

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