I'll start by pasting my original prediction from before the series started, which I posted on another forum I frequent.
"The Pacers have already proved themselves through the playoffs, but they've also proved themselves against the Heat (I think they went 2-1 against Miami). I really don't think the Heat will lose, but I do think the Pacers could be pesky enough to bother them. Then again, I thought the same about the Bulls and well... Prediction: Heat 4-2"
I do think the Pacers have the talent to take it to 7 games, and even win it all. But in the end, I think the experience and overall superior talent of the Heat will end up winning it.
I am so excited to know the teams for finals. Today, good news is for the Memphis.
by Sinclair Miller III4 years ago
I wrote a Hub about the two teams that can challenge the Miami Heat in the East a while back. Before the 27-game winning streak, the Miami Heat lost to the Indiana Pacers and the streak ended against the Chicago Bulls....
by Steven Escareno4 years ago
Let's be honest, we all know Miami is going to beat Indiana. The only question is when will they beat them? Nothing against the Pacers, but they lack the offensive explosiveness to keep up with the Heat, as...
by klarawieck6 years ago
Who do you think will make it to the final? Why?
by Steven Escareno6 years ago
Okay, now that we have the finals set to get underway, who do you think will win it this year and why?
by ThinkLoud6 years ago
I believe that if (when) Miami wins game 1 in Miami and get the psychological momentum that they will need to win game 2, Boston will be wore out game 3 and 4.
by Richard Ricky Hale4 years ago
The Miami Heat continue to be the favorites to win the NBA championship this year. With the playoffs less then 2 weeks away, do you believe any other team can beat Miami?
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