I hate the Heat. I said it back in the Summer, that if you put two of the very top players in the game on the same team and then add a top 10 player they automatically become the favorite. I was hoping the C's could squeeze out another title, before the Heat actually built the rest of the team this Summer and in the future, but that didn't happen. Then I held out hope, Thibs and the Bulls could derail them and that's not going to happen. And I'm sorry to say, but the Mavs aren't beating them. Very bad match-ups for Dallas. With all that said, the Heat are really good... Refs, do you really need to continue to let LeBron blatantly travel (see 5:15 of highlights)? This happened throughout the Celtics series as well. The Heat already have the advantage. Why must you add to it?

JR 5/25/2011 02:00:00 AM Edit
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  1. Anonymous says:

    its how they draw and execute the plays... The heat did this to the older boston celtics and they beat them, and now they did this again to a younger and more athletic team, and they beat the Bulls... thats it. age is not an issue...

  2. tb727 says:

    I'm one of the few people going for the Heat this series because of how much I hate this Chicago team. Noah's a piece of shit who runs his mouth for no reason and has no respect for his elders.

    Chicago has played WAYYYYY above their heads all season. Did they really think they could count on Bogans and Boozer in key spots? Hahaha!

    And I would go for Dallas over Miami but I agree it's probably not happening. Mark Cuban's gonna flip next round...

  3. Anonymous says:

    there should be a mix of all the LBJ travels.

  4. shelbyl says:

    I sorta disagree.

    The Mavericks are basically the Celtics with better chemistry and a deeper bench. They have Chandler and Haywood inside (better than decent Defenders) and Marion and Kidd outside (awesome defenders), a more than decent amount of 3-point makers, have the ability to play decent set offense and transition offense/defense. Plus, they'll have the homecourt advantage, which is something that becomes even more important in the Finals because of the 2-3-2 setup.

    So yeah, I actually think Mavs will take it in 6. We'll see though.

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