Found June 03, 2014 on
That NBA Lottery Pick:
We are now officially 48 hours away from the start of the 2014 NBA Finals and people are getting hyped for the re-match between the San Antonio Spurs-Miami Heat.
ESPN SportsNation posted a poll asking NBA fans who they were rooting for in the NBA Finals and overwhelmingly they went with the San Antonio Spurs:
When it comes to picking the Heat or the Spurs, the United States is a nation (almost) undivided. pic.twitter.com/y02a4P8d9b
— ESPN (@espn) June 3, 2014
As you might figure, the only state that voted for the Miami Heat was Florida and the rest of the world sided with the Spurs as well.
Spurs image courtesy of Getty Images
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