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Posted 6/20/13
If the Heat win this....I'm done, lol
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Great game so far.
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Posted 6/20/13
Yes, great game so far! Glad to see Ginobili playing pretty well! Lebron and Battier though are killing the Spurs right now with 3s.
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Posted 6/20/13 , edited 6/20/13
Right? Battier turning into Danny green this game. 5/5!?

Spoke too soon about ginobili..... He's single handedly letting this game slip away...
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Posted 6/20/13 , edited 6/20/13

garybebitez wrote:

Spoke too soon about ginobili..... He's single handedly letting this game slip away...

Yeah, a couple bad turnovers just now. But there's still time for a comeback. I think they should post up Leonard or Duncan more.

On another note, Danny Green is shooting horribly. He didn't shoot the ball well in the last game either. He's had some good looks, too; they just haven't really fallen though.
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Posted 6/20/13 , edited 6/20/13
Getting so intense!
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I've been rooting for the Heat even though I'm a Bulls fan. I want them to repeat and lose next season to Derrick Rose! These last two games have been great!
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Posted 6/20/13
I told ya.
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Posted 6/20/13
Shucks! The Heat are back-to-back champs. xP The Spurs had their chances, if they were at home, I think they could have pulled it off. I really think fatigue played a factor in this game, as Parker and Duncan looked tired and ragged, which I think attributed to them missing some shots they probably normally would have made.

Anyway, congrats Heat fans! You've won it again!
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Posted 6/20/13
Well, that was vomit inducing
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Rockets/Heat next season, book it
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Posted 6/20/13 , edited 6/20/13
^ Haha, I'm going with Bulls and Thunder! If Derrick Rose can get back to playing as he's capable of, I think the Bulls can dethrone the Champs, and possibly win it all. The Spurs are getting too old - Duncan's 37 and Ginobili is 35, their window of opportunity is almost closed I think. They were able to make it this far because of really 1 player, Tony Parker. He played like an MVP candidate this whole season.
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Posted 6/20/13 , edited 6/20/13
Ginobli seemed absent almost all year. I think the most points he scored all season was his 24 in Game 5. As long as the Spurs have Duncan, Parker, and Leonard, you're gonna have to watch out for them. I won't be surprised if Ginobli retires, he looked like he was on death's door at the end of game 6. Can't wait to see what the Bulls do with Rose. If Howard goes to Houston in free agency, we'll be contenders overnight instead of in another year or two. I'm calling a rematch from last year though Thunder VS Heat. I'd love to see KD & Co. get a ring.
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Posted 6/20/13 , edited 6/20/13
Great game, and an intense series. It just shows how jump shots are so unpredictable, and everyone has their streaks and slumps. It also showcased new talent like Leonard who was pretty scary that game. Tim Duncan played admirably, wish he could've gotten another ring but I wanted the Heat it get it more lol. Hopefully a 3-peat is in order. It felt like the series with the Mavs was like this, where players just got on good streaks which turned the tables in the series.
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