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Is any body watching and what team are yall going for
I live right next to SA so I'm spurs all the way but damn is the bulls and the heat game crazy
There isn't a reason to watch. The NBA is a league of 4 teams.
You clearly haven't been watching the playoffs then.
Every series in the 2nd round was tied 1-1. They have been great so far.
Heat for me.
Heat, OKC, Celtics (if they had rondo), Knicks. Really who else would win the NBA championship? Bash everyone know the Heat will win the championship.
If you talking about the Knicks in present day they have zero shot at a title. Then not add the Grizzlies, it is clear you knowledge of NBA basketball is not up to date.
How did everyone feel about Dallas two years ago before they got it done. No shot was all anyone heard.
GS had SAS on the ropes, Memphis and OKC are both very good teams. Heat are good, Knicks and Pacers are good. You clearly just aren't watching and making ridiculous claims.
The Heat have a great chance at winning because they have one of the best players all time. But it's still going to be a dogfight for every team out there. Playoffs have been great until this point IMO.
Not really sure this adds up. You can surely make an argument that historically a small number of franchises have won an incredible number of titles, but if you have been watching the last few years of playoffs, there have been a ton of unexpected turns and the game in general has been highly competitive.
The Heat are certainly the favorites, but OKC wasn't relevant a few years ago and have been making some noise, but they're far from assured to win the West. Golden State and the Knicks have really improved as well. To me, outside of the Heat, it's a complete mess for who's going to make it to the Eastern Conference Finals and win the West.
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As much as I hate to admit it, Heat are vulnerable as well. I think the Pacers could give them a heck of a series.
The Knicks on the other hand I think they would easily discard.
Exactly, which is why I don't understand all the talk about how only a couple teams can win in the NBA. 6/8 of the 1st round went to at least 6 games and none of the 2nd round series are going to end in a sweep. I think this year is a perfect example of why the talking point about the NBA being dominated by just a couple teams doesn't add up. Even if the Heat win I don't think it's true
Not when the Thunder lost Westbrook, Warriors tore apart Nuggets, Spurs look vulnerable, Grizzlies got over the hump of Clippers, and that just all in the West.
How so? Thunder is the 1 seed and Spurs are the 2 seed. If either of these teams go down this round or go for a long series it's an upset. Plus, Memphis was a lower seed than the Clippers.
Was actually agreeing with you quoted wrong person
Haha ok, I was totally confused
Only watching the Heat games... and lately they have conflicted with the Red Wings, so I haven't been watching. I basically only watch the NBA when Lebron is playing.
Go Heat! Oh, and I really hate the Spurs. As well as Boston.
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