Originally Posted by countdemoney
If the refs keep calling it as lopsidedly as last night, definitely. The Pistons got so many calls.
Is it just me, or were the refs absolutely determined to give game 7 to San Antonio? I mean, it didn't work, but I felt like the poor Mavs were on the wrong side of a lot of calls (mostly non-calls on Duncan). And I say this as someone who kind of wanted the Spurs to win it. Anyway, yeah, Detroit/Miami. Detroit won't be that atrocious from the field forever. I think it'll go to seven. BUT, Detroit still just looks so sluggish and half-assed out there. The shots aren't dropping, and with the exception of Game 7, the Detroit we know hasn't shown up since Game 2 against the Cavs. It's strange. I picked them to win the whole thing on the basis of their regular-season play combined with what I assumed would be a burning desire to win after what must have been a pretty tough loss last year, but that fire I thought they'd be playing with seems to be guttering.... I don't know, they look kind of complacent. I think I'm picking the Heat in 7, and not really on the basis last night's game, either. I'll give Detroit one bad game, it happens, but they still haven't convinced me that they really want it this year.