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    The WORST BEAT DOWN in NBA Finals History

    Not the kind of notch LeBron wants to add to his belt, but oh well.

    The average margin of this series was Spurs +14!

    That is THE WORST average margin in NBA Finals history!

    This is the list of NBA Finals that had an average margin of 12 points or more.

    2014 - Spurs vs Heat - Spurs +14.0
    1971 - Bucks vs Bullets - Bucks +12.3
    1965 - Celtics vs Lakers - Celtics +12.6
    1961 - Celtics vs Hawks - Celtics +12.4

    Congratulations to the San Antonio Spurs for this amazing accomplishment!

    To the San Antonio Spurs, you weren't the hero basketball fans everywhere wanted, you were the hero we deserved.

    Source: Cycling through the Finals series stats on Basketball-Reference.com
    Last edited by FOXHOUND; 06-16-2014 at 03:14 AM.

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    Just saw this too. Shocked SC showed it since they usually nut hug the Heat but this is great. Worst ppg loss in finals history. Go spurs! And I hope Lebron goes elsewhere
    2 Rec, 16 YD, 1TD

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    Did they? Dammit, just wasted that time on BBRef for nothing lmao.

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    LOL @ Wade and Bosh

    LeCramp did all he could.

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    ^I agree. Lebron did all he could and I don't think this series takes away much from his as an individual player. The Spurs just had the recipe for containing him and shutting down everybody else.

    I will say I never ever imagined San Antonio would blowout the Heat 3 straight games, especially 2 on the MIA floor.

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    I thought the piston/lakers series from 2004 would be the worst. One Kobe buzzer beater
    From a sweep
    and with the 12th pick, The New York Football Giants select ......Odell Beckham Jr, Wide Reciever from Louisana State University

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    they stink. break up the big three!

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    Wade can't do it all all the time.
    "Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships."
    - Michael Jordan

    Thanks MJ-Bulls for the picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JordansBulls View Post
    Wade can't do it all all the time.
    he can't seem to do it at all. 15/3.5/2.5 on a TS% of .504 with an average game score of 7.9? that's mediocre at best and there's no other way to say it. Wades playoff WS/48 are that of a role player.

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    its them bucketss and 3's that did it
    "Tittays"

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    Quote Originally Posted by thejordanrules View Post
    they stink. break up the big three!
    they were never a good fit together. the fact that they were talented enough to take a couple of championships shows you had good LBJ is, and how a little bit of good fortune goes a long way.

    this years recording breaking margin of victory confirms that Miami was extremely lucky to steal last years championship away from San Antonio. I think Miamis lucky to have more than just the lock-out championship to their name, and that the talent that put them in such a position has aged out. If I'm LBJ i'm letting a group of young players and hopefully a big carry me into next years post-season, where I'll then remind everyone who the best player in the NBA is. Will we ever see LBJ around good talent that actually fits?

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    ^I forgot about that asterisk championship
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    They really needed Bron in G1. He played well enough, not awe inspiring, but this was an easier loss for him to stomach, compared to Dallas.
    Yo Kobe, get at me bro, we'd have a good time, man

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    Damn.

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