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    Thunder vs Heat/Pacers=Who Would Win

    AT the moment would the Thunder be the favorite over the Pacers and Heat in the Finals

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    Either the Thunder, or the Heat, or the Pacers.

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    IMO, Heat Beat Thunder, Thunder Beat Pacers, Pacers Beat Heat


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyben36 View Post
    IMO, Heat Beat Thunder, Thunder Beat Pacers, Pacers Beat Heat
    Beat me to it

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    Pacers over Heat

    Thunder over Pacers

    Heat over Thunder


    That's the predicament

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyben36 View Post
    IMO, Heat Beat Thunder, Thunder Beat Pacers, Pacers Beat Heat
    Oh wow lol, I just saw this. Guess great minds think alike.

    Nothing has shown me that OKC has improved to such an extent from 2012. If they face the Heat, instead of losing in game 5, they'll improve by losing in game 6 if lucky. I don't think the Thunder are good enough consistently defensively to beat the Heat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P&GRealist View Post
    Oh wow lol, I just saw this. Guess great minds think alike.

    Nothing has shown me that OKC has improved to such an extent from 2012. If they face the Heat, instead of losing in game 5, they'll improve by losing in game 6 if lucky. I don't think the Thunder are good enough consistently defensively to beat the Heat.
    lol OKC is a top 3 defensive team...

    If anything, KD's improvement, Ibaka's growth, + Jackson (makes up for loss of harden) + Lamb (knock down 3 pt shooter) + a legit backup bruiser in Adams makes okc the much better team.

    Wade is a shell, and Miami has regressed so much defensively since last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poleandreel View Post
    lol OKC is a top 3 defensive team...

    If anything, KD's improvement, Ibaka's growth, + Jackson (makes up for loss of harden) + Lamb (knock down 3 pt shooter) + a legit backup bruiser in Adams makes okc the much better team.

    Wade is a shell, and Miami has regressed so much defensively since last year.
    And my argument would be that Norris Cole has made leaps and bounds from his rookie yr since 2012 finals. Ray Allen wasn't with the Heat 2 yrs ago but is now. And guess what, LeBron is a better 3 pt shooter than he was 2 yrs ago as well as a better all around player.

    If Fisher can contribute solidly off the bench, and the young guys like Jackson and Lamb come into their own come playoff time and finals time, then maybe I might switch my prediction.

    But I still think if the Heat and OKC meet, I'm picking Miami otherwise. If Wade is gonna be hobbled come playoff time, so will Westbrook to a certain extent.

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    Westbrook needs to be fully healthy. They look good without him now, but the Thunder would get too predictable with Durant having to do everything. Bill Simmons suggested they trade to get Affalo or a guy like that. Might be something to look into. Can you trust Jackson, Ibaka, or Lamb in the playoffs as a 3rd scoring option? That worries me.

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    Thunder would get owned by either of them right now with no Westbrook.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyben36 View Post
    IMO, Heat Beat Thunder, Thunder Beat Pacers, Pacers Beat Heat
    Pretty much paper, rock, scissors. Lol.

    I agree with you 100%, it's really just a game of match ups.

    Miami would have trouble in a 7 game series against any team with an elite center.

    I think that they match up really bad with the Pacers, Rockets, Warriors, and Grizzlies.

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    if miami makes the finals vs the thunder i'd feel pretty confident with that matchup. pacers and thunder would be very interesting though, crazy offense vs crazy defense.

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    Thunder in 6 on both IMO
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    If the Heat can hold off the Pacers in the ECF, they have that 3rd straight title wrapped up. Nobody in the West is gonna beat the Heat in a 7 game series and that's a fact!

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    Quote Originally Posted by P&GRealist View Post
    If the Heat can hold off the Pacers in the ECF, they have that 3rd straight title wrapped up. Nobody in the West is gonna beat the Heat in a 7 game series and that's a fact!
    How so?
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