Re: BEST TEAM WON.. MIAMI will beat OKC?
posted at 6/10/2012 12:58 AM EDT
In Response to Re: BEST TEAM WON.. MIAMI will beat OKC?
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: BEST TEAM WON.. MIAMI will beat OKC? : lbj has found his inner greatness and inner jordan! lbj will dominate the series and be the mvp. he reminds me of mj in 1991 after he finally got over the pistons hump and went into play the big favorite lakers and finally put his brand on the map! bron will be EQUAL to mj of 1991 in this series! he will not crumble like last year esp in the 4TH!
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LeBron ran through an immobile team of aging legs. I do not mean to sell the guy short, but this upcoming series will be night and day for both him and the Heat team.
What we saw of Miami in this series was LeBron and Wade and 3 other guys on the floor to set them up. Well, now that I think of it, they didn't do all that much setting up.
Chalmers is decent, but no one's going to mistake him for Rondo, let alone Westbrook. If he's going to have a bigger impact on the game, he must make a louder statement.
I like OKC from several standpoints. Starting 5. Better bench (especially players 6-8). Younger. Quicker. Faster. Much more athletic. And, maybe, better coaching. Maybe.
The Thunder displayed excellent resilience in the San Antonio series,. This gives evidence of a nascent mental toughness that will be quite necessary in this series, and it should serve them well.
No matter how you slice it, James will get his points, regardless. The idea is to make him work for everything - on both ends of the floor.
Wade? He runs hot and cold. We'll see.
Bosh? Good game tonight, but against OKC, if stays outside like that, his impact will be limited.
An OKC sweep, while not a high probability, wouldn't surprise me, but I'll say 5, maybe (reluctantly) 6.