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LIFETIME RECORD:  44-40-1

YEAR 5- 2001

TNT virtually duplicated their prior season, by having to win their final game to make the Playoffs.  Mission accomplished!  For the second year in a row, TNT entered the Playoffs with the sixth pick and finished the Playoffs in sixth place, narrowly missing out on fifth by a mere 16 points.

REGULAR SEASON RECORD:  9-8

YEAR 4- 2000

TNT Explosion was able to snap up the last Wildcard spot even though they had a losing record.  Finishing up the season with a two game winning streak, they held a tiebreaker over What's the Point, and therefore they got to go to the Playoffs, while the Point got to go home.  TNT later finished the Playoffs in sixth place, which Coach Bindler should be reminded is still better than 50% of the league.

REGULAR SEASON RECORD:  8-9

YEAR 3- 1999

The TNT Explosion had a banner year in the club's third season of existence when they made an early attempt at running away with the National Conference and their Division.  They team started out strong, winning eight of their first ten games.  However, the second half of the year ended up with this team going into a tailspin and winning only three more games.  Even so, they had enough to stand strong in the playoffs and finish as the runner-up in second place.  TNT picks eleventh in the next draft.

REGULAR SEASON RECORD:  11-5-1

YEAR 2-1998

TNT Explosion came close to winning the Division, but close doesn't cut it.  They had a two game losing steak in Weeks #14 & #15 which eliminated them from Playoff Contention.

REGULAR SEASON RECORD:  9-8

YEAR 1- 1997

TNT Explosion, coached by Steve Bindler had one of the weaker 1997 seasons, concluding the year with a 6-10-1 record.  At the midpoint they had an excellent 5-4 record, but they forgot that the season is seventeen weeks long and finished the second half of the year winning only one more game and missing the playoffs. 

REGULAR SEASON RECORD:  7-10