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2014 NBA Finals - Predictions

2014 NBA Finals – Predictions

Source: bleacherreport.net

The 2014 NBA Finals are exactly what we all expected, a the thrilling storm of action and surprises as the Series is now tight at one game per piece. During Game 1, the San Antonio Spurs had a home court advantage which they cleverly knew how to use to their favor. The Spurs showed no mercy before their adversaries and delivered some of the best basketball we have seen during the regular season.

On the other hand, Game 2 told a different story as the Miami Heat got to celebrate a well-deserved victory in the city of San Antonio with a final score of 98 – 96 at the AT&T Center. As predicted LeBron James managed to score a total of 35 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and handed out three assists, a pretty nice performance overall.

“It was a tough one,” Spurs guard Manu Ginobili said after scoring 19 points off the bench. “We got a stop, flagrant foul. We got an opportunity to score four points in a play, and we get to the line and miss all four. That hurts.”

“We were up one with one minute and a half to go. We just couldn’t make the stop to come up on top,” Parker said. “We had a great opportunity.”

The NBA Series could not get any better now that is tied to one game apiece and both teams are now heading to Game 3 next Tuesday night at the American Airlines Arena in Miami.

There is no doubt, San Antonio has a lot more pressure now that they lost Game 2 at home especially with the new new 2-2-1-1-1 Finals format the Spurs face two consecutive games at the home of the Heat which could become two possible wins which could be devastated for San Antonio.

These are a couple of short videos on the most recent action at the 2014 NBA Finals: http://espn.go.com/nba/playoffs/2014/story/_/id/11054816/chris-bosh-looks-shot-authority

http://espn.go.com/nba/playoffs/2014/story/_/id/11054815/two-systems-one-goal-miami-heat-san-antonio-spurs

One of the strongest predictions on the upcoming Game 3 of the NBA Finals is based on what 3 players of the Miami Heat: LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh can achieve while their San Antonio counterparts Tim Duncan, Tony Parker,  and Manu Ginobili try to contain their advance.

The following are some of the most recent betting odds: Miami Heat  -3.5 o -105u -105

San Antonio Spurs  +3.5 o -105u -105

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