Will the Boson Celtics sweep the Knicks and go on to win the 2011 NBA championship?
New York is on the ropes and the Boston Badboys look like they are going to cruise into round two with a sweep of the Apples.
No to both. Right now, New Orleans and Dallas are good picks from the West. I'd say Chicago and Miami from the East.
Miami and New Orleans- Miami in seven
The Celtics have not been playing as well as I thought they would. They have two last minute wins against a Knicks team that is handicapped with injuries and on the road. The refs haven't been particularly kind to the Knicks either, and in the NBA officiating generally favors the home team. I think the Celtics will drop at least one at MSG.
They will beat the Knicks but it will be tough to beat the heat. the htreesome is really going to step up against Boston
It looks like the Celtics will take the Knicks but they are going to have to show huge improvement in the next round. Huge meaning Shaq, who must comd back! Or Else.
they will beat the knicks but they will not win the championship
The surely may sweep the Knicks but I think that they will be stopped short of the NBA Finals.
sweep the Knicks? Maybe, but I don't think they will go as far as the Conference finals. Think about Miami...
by prettydarkhorse 6 years ago
At the moment Spurs vs. OKC 2-0 and Miami Heat vs. Celtics 2-0 in favor of Miami.Seems like Miami and Spurs are strong contenders.Nothing against Miami Lebron and Wade, but I think Spurs is going to win it.
by craftyzen 8 years ago
Who will win the NBA championship (2010) Celtics, Lakers, Suns, or Magic?
by ThinkLoud 8 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 Junkster 10 years ago
Last time I posted a forum topic on the Celtics I was pleasantly surprised with how many fellow fans were on here so thought I'd ask what people thought about this latest rumour...So mr controversy Stephon Marbury may be getting a move from the knicks sidelines to Boston, like last year the Celtics...
by fishskinfreak2008 8 years ago
Web-site/URL: http://www.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entr … 3/26323465So Anthony doesn't want to be with Denver, a perennial playoff team even though they're offering $65 million over 3 years? That's $21 million/a year...on a playoff team. Instead he wants to go to the NEW JERSEY NETS? Talk...
by prettydarkhorse 8 years ago
I think the Mavs really earned it, 2-0, as of today May 5. Dirk is hard to stop. Plus Only three NBA teams have come back to win a best-of-seven series after losing the first two at home. They are in the same situation with the Celtics.This is an interesting read...
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