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    Will the heat win two in a row?

    There is going to have to be some legendary performances for the heat to win imo. Spurs are just the better TEAM.

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    this is a dumb thread because its more or less asking who we think is going to win the series...

    either you think they Will win 2 and thus the series, or they win 0 or just 1 and lose.

    no. the heat will lose in 6.

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    wishful thinking.

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    I just can't envision a Pop-coached Spurs team losing two Finals-clinching games, even if they're both on the road.

    I think this **** ends tomorrow night.

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    Will the heat win two in a row?

    It's hard to beat either of these teams 2x in a row. Winner of game 5 wins the series IMO, so SA





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    The funny part about everyone counting the Heat out is because "they can't win two in a row". I'm pretty that that if they win game 6, you can throw all records, all numbers, all statistics, etc, out the window. The Heat can't exactly "take a game off" when it's a game 7 in the NBA Finals. They will bring it 110%.

    Do I know who will win that game 7? No. But it's going to be one for the ages, like Boston/LA a few years ago (which btw, LA won two games in a row AT HOME in order to win the title, when everyone had counted them out).
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    If the heat outscore the Spurs or allow less points than the Spurs in the next 2 games then they will win 2 games in a row.

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    if the heat win game 6 then its any ones title so...
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    Yes.


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    Will the heat win two in a row?

    no

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    I hope for Miami's sake that they do win 2 in a row, because if not, there is going to be one hell of a **** storm facing LeBron and Co., after the clock reads 00:00:00. I'm not saying it's fair, but that's the reality. As a fan of a team that has lost almost half of the Finals that it's been to, nothing hurts like repeatedly falling short of expectations.
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    2010 - the Lakers did it against the Celtics who at that time were up 3 to 2 and Kobe had a un-kobe like game 6 and 7 so yes the Heat can win 2 in a row.

    This is the NBA, I'm putting money on the Heat tonight and enjoying game 7

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    yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhd420 View Post
    2010 - the Lakers did it against the Celtics who at that time were up 3 to 2 and Kobe had a un-kobe like game 6 and 7 so yes the Heat can win 2 in a row.

    This is the NBA, I'm putting money on the Heat tonight and enjoying game 7
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    odds are heavily against it.

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