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  • #16
    Originally posted by Texico From Mexico
    Originally posted by Maroney22
    Originally posted by Texico From Mexico
    Originally posted by Maroney22
    they will double. If they dont double he might not score 100, but he will score 40. And they also have this guy named Dwayne Wade, hes pretty good. With Jason Williams and Antoine Walker shooting from the outside, Wade penetrating, and Shaq just being the monster that he is i dont see the mavs winning this sereis
    oh please....this is silly. I think you need to step back and look at these teams form a NON HOMER point of view. The two best teams in the league were Spurs and Mavs period. Hell, if it was the Spurs Vs Heat it would be the Spurs taking this series as well. 8)


    uhhh... ok being that im a Timberwolves fan and have been cheering for the mavs the whole way through i dont really get your homer statement. This series has absolutely nothing to do with who you think are the 2 best teams in the league. The fact is the Spurs arent in the finals and the Heat are. And the matchups just dont stack up well for the Mavs.
    Welp guess your the only expert that does not see this going the Mavs way. We will have to wait and see.....
    Dont remeber ever calling myself an expert.

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    • #17
      The key to the series is going to be Devin Harris. But, Dallas should win. They have the better SG, SF, PF, and coach. Fans are probably louder too. But, I wouldn't count Shaq out in the Finals.
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      • #18
        wade will bring the championship trophy to miami for the first time

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Lions WMD
          Mavs EASY

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          • #20
            Re: NBA Finals

            Originally posted by thah0ward2
            C:Heat, Do i have to expalin

            Coach: Push, Riley may be the wiley old coach but Avery is the young

            DeSagana Diop is sweet, now there no way he better then O'neal. But come on atleast but his name up there. In the playoff, is doing really really good.

            wasn't avery coach of the year????

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            • #21
              Look below.

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              • #22
                Not that I really care who wins but I voted for the Mavs because I can't stand Shaq.


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                • #23
                  I'm leaning towards dallas, because of two things Depth and Cersatility.

                  Dallas has shows that they can play at a 80 point, 90 point, 100 point and 120 point pace, and can adjust to their opponet. We saw them play at that high pace against San Antonio, because of San Antonio's inability to beat the Mavs that way, and we saw them grind it out against Pheonix, because that exposed Pheonix's thin roster.

                  They also have the best depth in the league, they have a ton of guys who can step in and contribute at anytime especially from 1-3 positions, and we saw how they were able to use their depth from keeping the Suns to blowing their lead even more when all the Mavs starters were in trouble.


                  Also look for the X factor in this series for my Mavs to be J-Ho, as we are undefeated this year(including postseason) when he scores 20. Dirk has shown now that he can be a clutch performer and has won a game or two for us in each round this year. Jt is also coming up big and is a great shooter, and if he's hot, he;s on ******* fire, and can start to heat up at antime eveident at the fact that he blew up in the second half in game 6 in pheonix. him and Harris aer going to have to minimize their driving to the hoop though, because of the fact that Zo and Shaq and Haslem will kill those layups

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by swangaz
                    I'm leaning towards dallas, because of two things Depth and Cersatility.

                    Dallas has shows that they can play at a 80 point, 90 point, 100 point and 120 point pace, and can adjust to their opponet. We saw them play at that high pace against San Antonio, because of San Antonio's inability to beat the Mavs that way, and we saw them grind it out against Pheonix, because that exposed Pheonix's thin roster.

                    They also have the best depth in the league, they have a ton of guys who can step in and contribute at anytime especially from 1-3 positions, and we saw how they were able to use their depth from keeping the Suns to blowing their lead even more when all the Mavs starters were in trouble.


                    Also look for the X factor in this series for my Mavs to be J-Ho, as we are undefeated this year(including postseason) when he scores 20. Dirk has shown now that he can be a clutch performer and has won a game or two for us in each round this year. Jt is also coming up big and is a great shooter, and if he's hot, he;s on *********** fire, and can start to heat up at antime eveident at the fact that he blew up in the second half in game 6 in pheonix. him and Harris aer going to have to minimize their driving to the hoop though, because of the fact that Zo and Shaq and Haslem will kill those layups
                    I read an article by Dr. Jack Ramsey and he syas that driving and creating foul trouble is where Dallas is strong. He also says Howard will give Wade fits and that the Mavs are SO much quicker than the Heat that it will be a major problem.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by thah0ward2
                      Originally posted by swangaz
                      I'm leaning towards dallas, because of two things Depth and Cersatility.

                      Dallas has shows that they can play at a 80 point, 90 point, 100 point and 120 point pace, and can adjust to their opponet. We saw them play at that high pace against San Antonio, because of San Antonio's inability to beat the Mavs that way, and we saw them grind it out against Pheonix, because that exposed Pheonix's thin roster.

                      They also have the best depth in the league, they have a ton of guys who can step in and contribute at anytime especially from 1-3 positions, and we saw how they were able to use their depth from keeping the Suns to blowing their lead even more when all the Mavs starters were in trouble.


                      Also look for the X factor in this series for my Mavs to be J-Ho, as we are undefeated this year(including postseason) when he scores 20. Dirk has shown now that he can be a clutch performer and has won a game or two for us in each round this year. Jt is also coming up big and is a great shooter, and if he's hot, he;s on *********** fire, and can start to heat up at antime eveident at the fact that he blew up in the second half in game 6 in pheonix. him and Harris aer going to have to minimize their driving to the hoop though, because of the fact that Zo and Shaq and Haslem will kill those layups
                      I read an article by Dr. Jack Ramsey and he syas that driving and creating foul trouble is where Dallas is strong. He also says Howard will give Wade fits and that the Mavs are SO much quicker than the Heat that it will be a major problem.


                      Wade is much quicker than Howard i think he'll be able to score.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Maroney22
                        Originally posted by thah0ward2
                        Originally posted by swangaz
                        I'm leaning towards dallas, because of two things Depth and Cersatility.

                        Dallas has shows that they can play at a 80 point, 90 point, 100 point and 120 point pace, and can adjust to their opponet. We saw them play at that high pace against San Antonio, because of San Antonio's inability to beat the Mavs that way, and we saw them grind it out against Pheonix, because that exposed Pheonix's thin roster.

                        They also have the best depth in the league, they have a ton of guys who can step in and contribute at anytime especially from 1-3 positions, and we saw how they were able to use their depth from keeping the Suns to blowing their lead even more when all the Mavs starters were in trouble.


                        Also look for the X factor in this series for my Mavs to be J-Ho, as we are undefeated this year(including postseason) when he scores 20. Dirk has shown now that he can be a clutch performer and has won a game or two for us in each round this year. Jt is also coming up big and is a great shooter, and if he's hot, he;s on *********** fire, and can start to heat up at antime eveident at the fact that he blew up in the second half in game 6 in pheonix. him and Harris aer going to have to minimize their driving to the hoop though, because of the fact that Zo and Shaq and Haslem will kill those layups
                        I read an article by Dr. Jack Ramsey and he syas that driving and creating foul trouble is where Dallas is strong. He also says Howard will give Wade fits and that the Mavs are SO much quicker than the Heat that it will be a major problem.


                        Wade is much quicker than Howard i think he'll be able to score.
                        He is not that much quicker than Howard and Howard also has a coule of inches on him.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by thah0ward2
                          Originally posted by Maroney22
                          Originally posted by thah0ward2
                          Originally posted by swangaz
                          I'm leaning towards dallas, because of two things Depth and Cersatility.

                          Dallas has shows that they can play at a 80 point, 90 point, 100 point and 120 point pace, and can adjust to their opponet. We saw them play at that high pace against San Antonio, because of San Antonio's inability to beat the Mavs that way, and we saw them grind it out against Pheonix, because that exposed Pheonix's thin roster.

                          They also have the best depth in the league, they have a ton of guys who can step in and contribute at anytime especially from 1-3 positions, and we saw how they were able to use their depth from keeping the Suns to blowing their lead even more when all the Mavs starters were in trouble.


                          Also look for the X factor in this series for my Mavs to be J-Ho, as we are undefeated this year(including postseason) when he scores 20. Dirk has shown now that he can be a clutch performer and has won a game or two for us in each round this year. Jt is also coming up big and is a great shooter, and if he's hot, he;s on *********** fire, and can start to heat up at antime eveident at the fact that he blew up in the second half in game 6 in pheonix. him and Harris aer going to have to minimize their driving to the hoop though, because of the fact that Zo and Shaq and Haslem will kill those layups
                          I read an article by Dr. Jack Ramsey and he syas that driving and creating foul trouble is where Dallas is strong. He also says Howard will give Wade fits and that the Mavs are SO much quicker than the Heat that it will be a major problem.


                          Wade is much quicker than Howard i think he'll be able to score.
                          He is not that much quicker than Howard and Howard also has a coule of inches on him.
                          they're both pretty quick, but I'd give the advantage to WAde because of his scoring ability and consistency, though J-Ho is a star in the making no doubt

                          So here's what it looks lie to me

                          PG:Terry vs. Williams
                          Edge:Dallas

                          SG:Harris vs. Wade
                          Edge:Miami

                          SF:Posey vs. Howard
                          Edge:Dallas

                          PF:Nowitzki vs. Walker
                          Edge:Dallas

                          C:Shaq vs. Diop
                          Edge:Miam

                          Coach:Riley vs.Aver
                          Edge:Push

                          Bench:Stackhouse, Griffin, Van Horn, Daniels, Armstrong, Dampier vs. Zo, HAslem, PAyton
                          Edge:Dallas


                          OVerall
                          Dallas wins 4-2

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                          • #28
                            Re: NBA Finals

                            Mavs Vs Heat
                            Breakdown:
                            If i know avery(witch i don'T) he will do this:

                            Wade VS Terry: Wade

                            Haslem VS Nowitzki: Dirk

                            O'Neal Vs Diop And Howard or Harris or Terry(watch for a lot of double teams): All im going to say here, is O'neal will not be a big factor.

                            Posey Vs Howard: Howard

                            Williams Vs Harris: Harris

                            Coach: Avery

                            Depth: Dallas, by far


                            Dallas will win in 5 "MARK IT DOWN" Maybe 6 at the max

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                            • #29
                              I called every series for miami and the number of games so far.

                              I think Heat surprise everyone and the underdog wins in 5 at home.

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                              • #30
                                Heat will win this in 6. Their low post pressence is too good. They will crash the boards all seires and make Dirk take 15 footers instead of easy 3 footers. The key to the seires for the Heat is Jason Williams. If he can step up, score and pass consistantly they are going to take this one home. The Mavs dont stand a chance.

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