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Should C's go all out and secure homecourt advantage?

 

Is it smart for the C's to go all out and try to secure home court advantage this season which will mean maybe more minutes, stress and chance of injury to occur to the team, but will secure important home court advantage in the playoffs for them?

or

Do the C's cruise during the regular season and let the starters rest alot and play the bench a extra amount of minutes which could (maybe not the bench is so good this year) cause the C's to lose home court advantage, but increase the chance of them heading into the playoffs with a more healthier, rested team?

 

Home court is so critical and I think needs to be a goal after all that's the reason we play a regular season, but I also want to do everything we can to assure the C's enter the playoffs being healthy and rested, so also like the idea of cruising during the regular season and then putting the pedal to the metal and going all out during the playoffs with a fresh healthy club .

 

But I am torn between which course of action is best and which one  the C's should take.

What do the rest of you think is the right choice for the C's to take?

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