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NBA Finals

Discussion in 'Sports' started by sully3333, Jun 8, 2013.

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  1. sully3333

    sully3333 Member

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    Who do you guys think will win it all? I have the Spurs in six.
     
  2. Sabrehawk

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    After the second game, I don't think there's any way to tell. You know the Spurs are gonna regroup after this one and the Heat will have their hands full.
     
  3. sully3333

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    I just really don't want the Heat to win two championships in a row. Talk about ruining the morale of a Cavs fan.
     
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    Spurs in six. After that drubbing they gave Miami in the last game, they're the better team. And they stole a game in Miami so they did what they needed to do. Also don't under-estimate how much damage that Indiana series did to Miami. 7 Games with those guys have worn those boys out. If the Spurs get it done tonight, this series is over in six.
     
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    I think the Spurs will win the finals. I think the Heats are tired after playing the Indiana Pacers, and I think that Lebron James is the only player leading his team in scoring. The Heats remind me of the Cleveland Cavaliers. The only way the Heats will win, if Lebron James scores 30 points and Wade scores 10. I think that's the only way.
     
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    They're in Miami tonight so, I think the Heat with their home crowd have an advantage. On the other hand, Popovich usually has his team prepared for victory after a bad loss.
     
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    Flexin Admin Staff Member Founding Member Top Event

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    I haven't watched many games since early in the season. I should really try to catch one of these games.

    James
     
  8. NickJ

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    Actually you might wanna hit the net because the drama in the NBA lately seems to be revolving around the off season teams. All kinds of crazy things are going on with trades. Boston might be blowing it up with KG, Pierce, and Doc Rivers. The Clippers are trying to acquire stars to keep Chris Paul in a Clippers uniform. And the Hawks want Dwight Howard and Chris Paul so they can become relevant again.
     
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    I would gladly back that up as I don't like the Lebron James personality, maybe I'm being paranoia. I hate the fact that he likes to pull the weight of the team alone, I guess he's to dumb to realise that without Wade there wouldn't be any 40point game for him. I'm so glad am seeing them frustrated in Game 6. It's just so sad to see Ray Allen come close again, he has struggled this season, hope he knows Miami Heat is the best afterall.
     
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    I am no Lebron fan but Wade is banged up and old. His knee isn't getting any better. And until that happens, he won't be back to his old self. They also have to get Mike Miller off that team. Guy shot a three pointer in game 5 versus the Pacers, and grimaced after he pulled a muscle. It was his first shot of the series! You know you're done when you've been riding the bench for 4 games, and the minute you're finally put in you pull something off a simple jump shot.
     
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    I got your point, but I don't really see Heat having a chance to win if Wade ain't there. Though as you have said his knees are hurting and that has affected his productivity. I think Heat would only win when Wade has his A game. It's about to start now, guess I'll just sit tight for game 7.
     
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    Well it's over now and Miami Heat won. It's quite a good series, since it reached Game 7, which is what most basketball fans want, they want prolonged court action.
     
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    I'm in Toronto visiting my brother and ended up watching the game with him. The fame had a rough start but was good because both teams had good and bad moments so it kept it close. Congrats to the Heat. Hopefully the Bulls can take it next year.

    James
     
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    Just as I thought that the Spurs was gonna win, the Heat got lucky and won game 7. From the start I really thought that the Spurs are gonna win, but they didn't, lol. Nevertheless, this series was anything but predictable.
     
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