Sunday, June 16, 2013

MoHeato B3TZ

Miami vs. San Antonio

The Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs have alternated wins so far in this series, but with the momentum shifting towards Miami I don't think that trend will continue.  The Heat were finally able to put it all together in game 4 and the Big 3 showed why they predicted multiple championships when they joined forces 3 years ago.  Chris Bosh came through like a champ, D Wade looked like he was in 2006 form, and LeBron simply played like an MVP.  There's no reason to assume game 5 won't be more of the same.  The Spurs are tired and relying too much on fringe players (Danny Green, Gary Neal) to do the heavy lifting, Manu Ginobili isn't shooting consistently, and Tony Parker isn't healthy.  That's a recipe for disaster when you're facing the best team in the NBA.  The Spurs will give it all they have, but on their return trip to Miami they will be down 3-2.  Miami wins a close one.


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  2. Great game 5, great series, I'm still undecided who wins though. One game it looks like Miami and then San Antonio the next. All I know is that I can't wait to see Game 6. Can Miami win two straight against Spurs? We'll see. If Spurs win series, I'm curious if Danny Green wins the Finals MVP award that he so deserves, thus far.

  3. @Don: Thanks for the read. I don't know why the Heat like to make things difficult for themselves, but whatever they need to do to get motivated usually works. Two against the Spurs won't be easy, but necessary if they want to protect their legacy.