Official NBA Finals Thread

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  1. RKW3

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    I tend to agree, especially if the Spurts start playing their usual dirty game. But... Don't rule out King James! I was oh, so happy to see that Detroit didn't make it, at least it will make the finals somewhat more interesting.
     
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    Yeah, I don't think anybody wanted to see another Pistons/Spurs Finals, LOL.

    Lebron James is pretty good, but he still hasn't proved himself in the clutch. Although he had that great 2OT game against Detroit, he hasn't done too much in the playoffs.

    If the Spurs get into Lebron's head this finals may be a blow out. I guess we'll have to wait and see.
     
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    Although I don't like the Cavs chances, I didn't like our chances against Detroit from hearing what everyone was saying. But no that we won the Pistons were just overrated and the Cavs still have something to prove.

    Being from Cleveland, I would have to say that the sports gods owe us this one after all the horrifying "almost" plays or "just that close" type things that have happened to us. From Michael Jordan's last second shot to the Indians in the world series and losing twice in 95 and 97.

    But win or lose I am just happy that they made it there, I was lucky enough to be downtown after they won the other night and it was just one of the most amazing experiences. It was such a huge party atmosphere it was awesome.

    Sorry, about my little rant there. Needless to say I"m hoping that Cavs can pull another one out.
     
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    That'd be the greatest accomplishment, wouldn't it? And a rewarding one for me, I can't stand the dirty Spurts! :lol:
     
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    Didn't look too good for the Cavs in game 1.
     
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    Is this really an official thread? Have you contacted the NBA?
     
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    definately think the spurs will win. rooting for them by default, since ive been their arena for an AHL Rampage game, but dont really care either way
     
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    Well, ya know... Cavs have been 0-2 before and then came back with fury. ;)
     
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    Hmm, the Spurs took game 1.. No surprise.

    The Cavaliers will need to work really hard if they want to win game two, which is also in San Antonio.

    I think Cleveland will lose game two, but they'll probably fight out a victory when they get back to their home court.
     
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    So true, but I hope they don't have to do that against the Spurs!

    Even if the Cavs do lose game 2, they will have 3 home games in a row and I'm hoping they can win all of these.
     
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    no team in the history has ever come back from an 0-3 in the finals...ever...ever

    get out le broom..cause its gonna be a sweep baby

    hate on haters...its a dynasty baby!!!
     

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