Which team is your bet in NBA playoffs, San Antonio Spurs or Miami Heat? Why?
Heat because Lebron can play a lot better than he's showing, plus the Heat have the title.
I can't say for sure. If I had to bet, I'd still say the Heat, but you never know. They did lose to Mavs in the Finals 2 years ago. Let's see what happens.
Journey with me back to 1984 -- the Lakers kill the Celtics in Game 3 in L.A. by 33 points to take a 2-1 lead. Then in Game 4, Kevin McHale clotheslines Kurt Rambis, shakes the Lakers up, and the momentum goes to Boston for the rest of the series. These Miami Heat will pull something like that...they'll send that bitch, the "Birdman" out to attack someone similar to Tyler Hansborough. The Spurs will be furious and it will get to them. Then we will cry, because Miami will win and Miami's lame.
I like the Spurs because they've surprised me. Here's a team that hadn't been in the NBA Finals since 2007. You'd think they were a shadow of their formal self. Yet, they blew through the Western Conference playoffs, winning 12 of 14 games. There's a good chance this is their last NBA Finals led by Duncan-Ginobili-Parker. I'd say they are a team on a mission.
by MarkRFox 5 years ago
Is Tim Duncan the best player to ever play for the San Antonio Spurs?
by prettydarkhorse 7 years ago
Having thoroughly dominated San Antonio in Game 4 last night, the Grizz are one victory away from sending Tim Duncan and company home for the summer,http://www.slamonline.com/online/nba/20 … the-ropes/What do you think?
by swebster89 8 years ago
Is the San Antonio Spurs dynasty really over?Last year, the San Antonio Spurs failed to make it to the second round of the play offs for the first time since 1999. From 1999 on, the Spurs had won every other National Championship (2001, 2003, 2005, 2007), until this last season. Will San Antonio...
by Steven Escareno 4 years ago
As we all know, MIami Heat won back to back titles this year, in an epic game 7 series clincher no less. However, was that series fixed? Did David Stern purposely rig the game to where Miami cheated their way into another title? I personally don't think so, but a friend of mine brought...
by ThinkLoud 7 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 Sinclair Miller III 5 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. Does anyone think different?
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