Which is why i hate this format. It puts a lot of pressure on the lower seed to win three straight games, when that's extremely difficult as it is in the playoffs, even more in the finals.
In general I agree with you but, this year, the format benefits the Spurs I think. They are a very good road team and can definitely afford to lose one game at home. Even a team as talented as Miami is going to have an extremely difficult time winning two games in a row to win the series.
That's why I hate the NBA sometimes in general. Let's not act like Duncan and Ginobli aren't plenty good at it and Tony Allen takes it to a whole new level. Once they up the penalty everyone will stop doing it.
But I'm just hoping we can have a good finish here, sick of blow outs.
Originally Posted by Scott Wright
I guarantee that if someone picks Cam Newton in the Top 5 they will regret it.