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Honestly, I was pulling for the Indiana Pacers but I knew the Miami Heat would win. I did not expect it to be over so soon however.
Once Ray Allen hit that first three ball, I knew it was done. That is all Miami needs when they have LeBron James. They just need one reserve to get it going. Last night it was Allen.
The Pacers could not hold on to the ball and they forgot what got them there in the first place.
Oh what could of been with Danny Granger playing.
Anyways, the Pacers have a solid team and they will be back. I am pretty confident about that.
The Heat? They were one loss away from maybe blowing the whole team up.
Now as a Raptors fan, I am pretty sour on Chris Bosh. But the guy just makes it so easy to dislike him. He is clearly riding the LeBron train for all it’s worth.
He has a ****** series, gets owned by Roy Hibbert and then when he makes a shot, he acts like he just did the greatest thing ever. So embarrassing.
Just play ball and quit the overacting.
I don’t like Miami. But they were the better team last night.
Now they get a whole different beast in the San Antonio Spurs.
Tony Parker is going to slice and dice the Heat at will. That will be the key to the whole series. Can the Heat stop Parker?
Coach Pop knows how to slow down LeBron. Duncan will take care of business down low and I will be shocked if the series goes past five games.
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