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Old 06-10-2012, 08:37 AM   #21
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Default Re: Miami Heat- Good Job...Good effort.

#!&#! Celtics! I HATE the heat, last thing i want to see LeBron do is get that ring.

Good news is that the OKC Thunder are WAY better than the Celtics, younger, and have the best player in today's game, Kevin Durant. I can't see the Heat getting past OKC....

Also : as good as Miami DID play in the 4th quarter, i think they're unfairly getting all the props in the media. Just as equal to that was Boston completely not even showing up in the 4th. Rondo was the only one playing well, everyone else just completely ran out of gas. Garnett was sucking wind and no one else's shots would drop...everything thrown up was a miss. Its like there was one Celtic on the court in the 4th and five Heat players. Boston was pathetic.
No way Oklahoma City plays that bad or runs out of gas.

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Miami dominated the first quarter, OKC controlled the third, and OBLITERATED Miami in the fourth.
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OKC really showed "team" in that game. They played good defense, they attacked the rim and dribbled right through Miami, and they were sinking those perimter shots...SO much better than the one-dimensional Heat. I hope the roll continues, if anything, to prove that you can't just "purchase" a championship, as Miami has tried to do.
But even a better reason is the fact that the OKC guys are just downright good people and Kevin Durant is the epitomy of what a superstar should really be as opposed to the self-serving, arrogant Wade and James.
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OKC really showed "team" in that game. They played good defense, they attacked the rim and dribbled right through Miami, and they were sinking those perimter shots...SO much better than the one-dimensional Heat. I hope the roll continues, if anything, to prove that you can't just "purchase" a championship, as Miami has tried to do.
But even a better reason is the fact that the OKC guys are just downright good people and Kevin Durant is the epitomy of what a superstar should really be as opposed to the self-serving, arrogant Wade and James.
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Game 3 tonight. Miami will make serious adjustments. Look for them to drive hard to the basket like they did in the last 2 games against the Celtics. OKC has to find a way to steal the ball when they do this, because Miami is good at forcing fouls.
Miami has to make quite a few adjustments...possibly enough to cause confusion on their own side.

The one thing not talked about is that James Hardin was missing-in-action during the 1st game. It was all Westbrook and Durant. Not good news for Miami because he will step up...they cover Duirant more...Hardin, who is such a great shooter, will score in bunches.
Should be another interesting game.
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OKC needs this game. They can't afford to drop one at home. Look for Westbrook to drop off in scoring a little bit, but Durant and Hardin to perform. I think Durant will score 35+.

This will be an interesting game..
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Game 3 tonight. Miami will make serious adjustments. Look for them to drive hard to the basket like they did in the last 2 games against the Celtics. OKC has to find a way to steal the ball when they do this, because Miami is good at forcing fouls.
Miami has to make quite a few adjustments...possibly enough to cause confusion on their own side.

The one thing not talked about is that James Hardin was missing-in-action during the 1st game. It was all Westbrook and Durant. Not good news for Miami because he will step up...they cover Duirant more...Hardin, who is such a great shooter, will score in bunches.
Should be another interesting game.
Did I miss one somewhere?

If Westbrook pass's more instead of taking iffy shots Durant will have a monster game. And if James Worthy oops I mean Harden gets it going it's gonna be a blowout.
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OKC needs this game. They can't afford to drop one at home. Look for Westbrook to drop off in scoring a little bit, but Durant and Hardin to perform. I think Durant will score 35+.

This will be an interesting game..
i think you're right......the only thing with Durant is that Miami will be looking to attack and guard Durant, with LeBron attempting to work him over. I don't know if he'll get 30 tonight. But Hardin should be opened up for opportunities at that point....and no way he is a non-factor like the 1st game.
I think OKC needs this game as well. To win, they must play great defense...James and Wade will be attacking the basket aggressively tonight. If they stop that plus create the turnovers on the attacks, they win easily.
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