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    Re: NBA playoffs



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    And that pass is why Jordan > James

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    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
    Main reason I think that is he has don't that his whole career.


    It really does make sense, that guy throws his body all over the place. Trying to land on your feet would just be awkward.
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    If this Pacers team just had a little more experience ... wow. They could be up 2-0 on the Heat. But I'll settle for 1-1. Anyone but Miami!




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    Quote Originally Posted by akashicrecorder View Post
    If this Pacers team just had a little more experience ... wow. They could be up 2-0 on the Heat. But I'll settle for 1-1. Anyone but Miami!
    Oh but they do have experience! They we're up 2-1 last year. This Pacer team has the mettle to win. This series is destined for 7.




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    Quote Originally Posted by conviction View Post
    Oh but they do have experience! They we're up 2-1 last year. This Pacer team has the mettle to win. This series is destined for 7.
    You're right, they do have the playoff mettle. I love teams like the Pacers (and Memphis). Lots of great fundamentals, don't care about the star power on the other team. I'd love to see this go 7.

    P.S. That dunk on Birdman was REDUNKULOUS.




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    Quote Originally Posted by akashicrecorder View Post
    You're right, they do have the playoff mettle. I love teams like the Pacers (and Memphis). Lots of great fundamentals, don't care about the star power on the other team. I'd love to see this go 7.

    P.S. That dunk on Birdman was REDUNKULOUS.
    That was a statement dunk I lept into the air when I saw it. I actually have a pricey bet that the Heat don't win this year. I am with you though I love gritty hard nose basketball. I really like the spurs though, not as gritty but the fundamentals are superb. Popovich is the best in the business.




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    Just found a vid of the George-Birdman Massacre!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqDrgRosoyM




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    Quote Originally Posted by akashicrecorder View Post
    Just found a vid of the George-Birdman Massacre!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqDrgRosoyM
    Not to mention the absolute blow by off the dribble past LeBron




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    Go Miami! Lol.

    Seriously though, I knew this would be a tough match up for the Heat from the start...they are going to struggle all series on the front lines.

    But the Lebron factor remains huge.

    Heat in 6.


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    Quote Originally Posted by conviction View Post
    Not to mention the absolute blow by off the dribble past LeBron
    Love the comments section.

    "Birdman should have instantly been turned into a pile of ash."




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    Quote Originally Posted by akashicrecorder View Post
    Love the comments section.

    "Birdman should have instantly been turned into a pile of ash."
    That is classic




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    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    Seriously though, I knew this would be a tough match up for the Heat from the start...they are going to struggle all series on the front lines.
    Miami is either not as good as advertised or they play down to the level of their competition. It looked like if Rose had been in the Bulls series the Bulls could've won it. The Pacers had a legit shot at being 2-0 after coming out of Miami.




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    Quote Originally Posted by akashicrecorder View Post
    Miami is either not as good as advertised or they play down to the level of their competition. It looked like if Rose had been in the Bulls series the Bulls could've won it. The Pacers had a legit shot at being 2-0 after coming out of Miami.
    Miami was down 2-1 to this same Pacers team last year. They went 7 games against a depleted Celtics team.

    They've lost 2 playoff games by a total of 11 points.

    People want them to lose so badly that every loss is blown out of proportion. It seems like if they don't win every game by 10 that its a letdown to Heat fans and a sign that they aren't that good to Heat haters. It's extremely rare for any team to just roll through the playoffs.

    And this is a very good Pacers team.




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    Personally, I think the Heat get bored sometimes.
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    BTW...a healthy Bulls team with Rose wins 60 games like they did in 2011.

    I don't understand why people can't just give the Pacers credit instead of trying to find ways to discredit Miami.


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