Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by RFX45, Sep 22, 2010.
Damn free throws
Its crazy that the Heat win 27 in a row and can't win 2 in a row in the conference or league finals.
Heat win and MoS was awesome!!!
Heat going to win game 7 for sure now.
Miami Heat fans leave NBA Finals Game 6 early, not allowed back in for Heat comeback win
via Yahoo! Sports
Manu for FMVP when we win
How many chances would the Spurs blow?
Pop really fucked up not putting Duncan in. How did he not learn his lesson after the first one? And whats wrong with a 7 footer's length on the perimeter to contest?
I worry this game took everything out of SA and they'll come out flat thrus.
Manu travelled to Argentina. Bosh fouled the shit out of Danny Green. If Miami win, Manu is their MVP.
Heat are going to win Game 7. Bill Simmons's latest column noted that of all the times the home team has been down 3-2 (since the Finals went to a 2-3-2 format), the home team has never lost Game 7 after winning Game 6. Kawai Leonard's missed free throw at the end of regulation is going to haunt him for awhile if the Spurs lose.
lol stupid heat fans, miami is not a real sports town (except for the dolphins)
Anyone still disagree this has been the best finals since the 80's LAL v Celtics?
Note I said SINCE. I still preferred those battles.
The last great Finals was the Lakers-Celtics one that went 7 games (the Kobe 6-24 game 7)
^+1. As great as last nights game was, it still doesnt make up for the four rather uneventful games of this series. As a whole, besides the aforementioned lakers-celtics series, i've enjoyed the mavs-heat series and the spurs-pistons series more.
In no particular order:
88 Lakers vs Pistons.
'97 & '98 Bulls vs. Jazz. (Flu Game & Final Shot)
'10 Lakers vs Celtics.
Game 1 and 6 were two of the best games I've seen but the rest, while very entertaining, were still a bit underwhelming being blowouts.
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