Who predicted Heat in 5?

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    [QUOTE]No trade, The Celtics lost because of one reason. They were injured. Injuries to Shaq and Rondo sunk us and we could not overcome that.  The trade of Perkins disturbed the chemistry during the playoff run and that was the other  overwhelming factor. If Shaq had been healthy as he was the first half of the  season we would have beaten the Heat and of course still been the one seed. It is that simple. The Heat would have struggled if we had not lost this part of the team. Garnett would not have been tired and PP would not have had so much pressure on him  to score and cover Lebron. 
    Posted by concord27[/QUOTE]

    You forgot the officiating....HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
     
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    We didn't get swept and whipped on our home floor against Miami, We wern't beaten and humiliated by 30 points. after the game the Heat praised our team, instead of laughing at what a joke they are like the mavs were able to do against the Lakers. Oh and your Laker team won two finals thanks to garnett's injury. Otherwise you'd still be crying about the Shaq trade that ended your run. So speaking of running, run along. 
     
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    Injuries are definitely a problem for all teams. The Heat played most of the year without its 4th and 5th best players in Mike Miller and Udonis Haslem.  

     
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    [QUOTE]Who said the Celtics didn't have enough scoring?
    Posted by notrade[/QUOTE]

    I picked the Heat in 7 and was told that I was an idiot.
     
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    [QUOTE]Who predicted Rondo would have his elbow dislocated by a Wade takedown?
    Posted by Kirk6[/QUOTE]

    Rondo was an embarrassment before the injury but why deal with facts.....
     
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    You were you thought this old team could win 3 against a team with the top 2 players in the NBA.  
     
    The Celtics missed Rondo those last 2 games down the strecth!
     
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    [QUOTE]You were you thought this old team could win 3 against a team with the top 2 players in the NBA.     The Celtics missed Rondo those last 2 games down the strecth!
    Posted by notrade[/QUOTE]

    Exactly... Rondo was a joke in the first 2 games and they lost... and Rondo's continued ability to be largely irrelevant after his injury may have cost them a game or so and therefore it might have been a 7 game series.......  give me Jrue Holiday and they win in 7.....
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Who predicted Heat in 5? : Exactly... Rondo was a joke in the first 2 games and they lost... and Rondo's continued ability to be largely irrelevant after his injury may have cost them a game or so and therefore it might have been a 7 game series.......  give me Jrue Holiday and they win in 7.....
    Posted by TheDUDDER[/QUOTE]

    Yeah it only took Westbrook 33 shots to score 40.  Mike Conley shot a dumb 3 and has been awful the last 2 games.
     
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