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OFFICIAL Miami Heat vs. Indiana Pacers ECF Series Thread

Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Good God. Are you even watching the game?

That's what drives me crazy about you conspiracy folks. It doesn't even matter what actually happens on the court. Freaking stupid.

Yup. Forget about Miami's execution on offense and their adjustments on D. Stern has clearly used the dark side of the force to determine the outcome of the game.
:sigh:

Wooooo The Heat win! How eventful! I want the Heat to win the next 10 years IN A ROW! What a joke. Might as well call them the Miami James.

(im a little bitter)
Paul George yells at Hibbert for flopping...Not!
Originally posted by eonblue:
:sigh:

Wooooo The Heat win! How eventful! I want the Heat to win the next 10 years IN A ROW! What a joke. Might as well call them the Miami James.

(im a little bitter)

Yeah, I wish there was more parity in the NBA, but it's not like Miami is unbeatable. Boston took them to game 7 last year (even had a 3-1 series lead) . This year it was Indiana. You have to give credit to Miami coming out on top each time, especially in a series where they had a MAJOR size disadvantage. LeBron is just too good.
[ Edited by SofaKing on Jun 3, 2013 at 7:26 PM ]
Wade and the King come out with their chins in the air and turn it on when they have to. I hope they get beat and end their one and done dynasty.
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Originally posted by SofaKing:
Originally posted by eonblue:
:sigh:

Wooooo The Heat win! How eventful! I want the Heat to win the next 10 years IN A ROW! What a joke. Might as well call them the Miami James.

(im a little bitter)

Yeah, I wish there was more parity in the NBA, but it's not like Miami is unbeatable. Boston took them to game 7 last year (even had a 3-1 seris lead) . This year it was Indiana. You have to give credit to Miami coming out on top each time, especially in a series where they had a MAJOR size disadvantage. LeBron is just too good.

I think their competitors were especially weak this year. Nothing close to what they faced the previous two playoffs.
Miami is just a really bad matchup for the Spurs, should still be an interesting series though.
Originally posted by SofaKing:
Yeah, I wish there was more parity in the NBA, but it's not like Miami is unbeatable. Boston took them to game 7 last year (even had a 3-1 series lead) . This year it was Indiana. You have to give credit to Miami coming out on top each time, especially in a series where they had a MAJOR size disadvantage. LeBron is just too good.

I know it's just discouraging because all season the commentators only pay attention to the Heat. They crown the Heat before the playoffs even start. Not one mention about the great team basketball the Spurs play. Not one words about the hardnose defense the Pacers play. Just D12 and the Heat. And then we get to the playoffs and they actually meet a contender. Someone actually takes it to them. To hear all these Heat fans b***h about refs just blow my mind. Oh so your team is getting into taken to them and its cheating? It's unfair? I like Lebron James. I want him to get his but I hate the Heat. I don't like their style and I despise all the hype they get. The hype appears a little unjustified after this series.

:rant over:

Congrats Heat fans.
I hope the thread I just made jinxed everything
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Good God. Are you even watching the game?

That's what drives me crazy about you conspiracy folks. It doesn't even matter what actually happens on the court. Freaking stupid.

Nope, I'm too busy watching Justin Bieber using assless chaps as a leather blouse.
Originally posted by itlynstalyn:
Miami is just a really bad matchup for the Spurs, should still be an interesting series though.

I just cannot imagine San Antonio winning if the Heat play with the defensive intensity they showed tonight. Too quick, too athletic, and James will not be denied.
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Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by itlynstalyn:
Miami is just a really bad matchup for the Spurs, should still be an interesting series though.

I just cannot imagine San Antonio winning if the Heat play with the defensive intensity they showed tonight. Too quick, too athletic, and James will not be denied.

They really should win in 5, that's what I predicted last week, but this series has made me question their will and toughness to close out a series early. No way should this thing have gone 7.
Eff you Stern!!!
I think this game goes to show Lebron just needs 1 maybe 2 other players to contribute and the Heat can beat anyone. He can't do it completely by himself but almost.