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ManRam
06-20-2013, 12:59 PM
Not sure where the mods are, so here's my wonderful GT. Enjoy. Seriously...enjoy the game. This is a blessing.



http://i.imgur.com/yGcN0.jpg GAME 7:



..http://i1136.photobucket.com/albums/n487/GatorHunter1971/NBA%20Signature%20Logos/Spurs1.png (http://www.nba.com/heat/)_______________http://i1136.photobucket.com/albums/n487/GatorHunter1971/NBA%20Signature%20Logos/Heat1.png (http://www.nba.com/spurs/?hp=1)
(3-3)________________(3-3)


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Location: AmericanAirlines Arena
Time: 9:00 PM

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Mario Chalmers – Dwyane Wade – Mike Miller - LeBron James – Chris Bosh


The lineup pictures come to you featuring Game 6 highlights, which include Mario Chalmers stepping up, Dwayne Wade sitting on the bench, Mike Miller getting demolished, LeBron James finally being an ambassador to all those with poor hairlines and Chris Bosh saying "chill the **** out, we got this".

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http://s8.postimg.org/qe8459l81/Parker1.jpg?noCache=1371747860 http://s11.postimg.org/g9mynpjan/Manu.jpg?noCache=1371747616 http://s11.postimg.org/4hz3cwoof/Green.jpg?noCache=1371747616 http://s11.postimg.org/tf2gttd67/Leonard.jpg?noCache=1371747616 http://s11.postimg.org/43xrdb4kv/Duncan.jpg?noCache=1371747616
Tony Parker – Manu Ginobili - Danny Green – Kawhi Leonard – Tim Duncan

The Spurs highlights include Tony Parker having lots to be disappointed about, Manu Ginobili's infinitely sad and depressing post-game, Danny Green missing threes, Kawhi Leonard destroying Mike Miller and Tim Duncan getting swatted by LeBron in outstanding fashion.


http://i.imgur.com/yGcN0.jpg


(I apologize for the sizing issues, deal with it!)

gotoHcarolina52
06-20-2013, 01:03 PM
btmfo!

Twins Fanatic
06-20-2013, 01:12 PM
Hard to pick, but going to go with Miami.

dru_562
06-20-2013, 01:16 PM
Hopefully spurs can get thru this game one last time

Minimal
06-20-2013, 01:19 PM
I expect a blowout to say the truth, similar to G4 of last finals, Miami winning the chip.

MyDRoseLikeDeng
06-20-2013, 01:44 PM
It is all on Lebron now. If he plays like Game 4 aggressive Lebron, the Spurs are done for. If he plays like Game 3 Lebron, the spurs will be the champions. I dont expect the spurs to blow another close game if it is to come down to it, so it is imperative for the Heat to start fast imo

DODGERS&LAKERS
06-20-2013, 01:50 PM
I want the Spurs to win but I really hope Lebron plays well.

Slug3
06-20-2013, 01:51 PM
Go Miami!

I would expect most teams to come out flat and get pushed around after losing the lady game. But not SA in one bit.

still1ballin
06-20-2013, 02:01 PM
This is a tough one. I know a lot of people think Miami is gonna win. Game 7 at home, with the crowd behind them, but for some reason I feel the Spurs will shock the world and take it.

If this game is close mid 4th quarter, Spurs will take it. They will NOT make the same mistakes like they did in Game 6 and they will close it out. Veteran team, best coach in the NBA, most likely their last rodeo.

Watch for Manu to bounce back and redeem himself and have a great game. He owes it to his team.

Wade's health is a concerns me as well.

ManRam
06-20-2013, 02:01 PM
It is all on Lebron now. If he plays like Game 4 aggressive Lebron, the Spurs are done for. If he plays like Game 3 Lebron, the spurs will be the champions.

It's never that simple. I mean, he does have to play well, but he's been the most consistent performer, even in this series in which he's had a subpar one to his standards. He can't do it alone; no on can. I think most expect him to step up...the bigger question to me at least is what the rest of them will do. Will Wade be effective? Can Bosh continue the passion and determination that's translated into decent play? Will someone else step up and hit some threes? Will their DEFENSE (which has been their problem, not offense) play well? It's not all about LeBron, regardless of what we want it to be.

I mean, in 2008 for example, against the Celtics he went for 45-5-6 and they lost for a variety of reasons that mostly had nothing to do with him. In 2006 against the Pistons (LeBron wasn't the player he is now, but still) he dropped 27 points on 24 shots, which isn't great but isn't horrible, and they lost by 18 and only scored 61 points because the rest of his team made NINE field goals (on 41 shots). Great players CAN be flawless and still lose.


The pressure is on him, but it's on everyone too. I know we single him out because he's the best but there is so much more to this game than just LeBron. And LeBron playing aggressively doesn't assure them a win. The Heat have lost to lesser teams this year even with LeBron going NOVA.

And conversely, there have been tons of times when some of the all time greats have won huge elimination games when playing terribly.

MyDRoseLikeDeng
06-20-2013, 02:08 PM
It's never that simple. I mean, he does have to play well, but he's been the most consistent performer, even in this series in which he's had a subpar one to his standards. He can't do it alone; no on can. I think most expect him to step up...the bigger question to me at least is what the rest of them will do. Will Wade be effective? Can Bosh continue the passion and determination that's translated into decent play? Will someone else step up and hit some threes? Will their DEFENSE (which has been their problem, not offense) play well? It's not all about LeBron, regardless of what we want it to be.

I mean, in 2008 for example, against the Celtics he went for 45-5-6 and they lost for a variety of reasons that mostly had nothing to do with him. In 2006 against the Pistons (LeBron wasn't the player he is now, but still) he dropped 27 points on 24 shots, which isn't great but isn't horrible, and they lost by 18 and only scored 61 points because the rest of his team made NINE field goals (on 41 shots). Great players CAN be flawless and still lose.


The pressure is on him, but it's on everyone too. I know we single him out because he's the best but there is so much more to this game than just LeBron. And LeBron playing aggressively doesn't assure them a win. The Heat have lost to lesser teams this year even with LeBron going NOVA.

And conversely, there have been tons of times when some of the all time greats have won huge elimination games when playing terribly.

Completely agree with everything you said, but I was referring more to Lebron setting the tempo. If he sets the tempo, it sets up others nicely and makes them unstoppable

still1ballin
06-20-2013, 02:14 PM
Tmac is gonna get his ring tonight!!!!!!!!!!!!!

:dance:

JordanBulls is gonna jizz tonight!!!!!!!! :drool:

Chronz
06-20-2013, 02:16 PM
gold choices on pix

FYL_McVeezy
06-20-2013, 02:16 PM
I fully expect LBJ to play like reg season, dominate LBJ tonight.....there is no tomorrow...he will not defer....he will not settle for jumpshots....

Heat win...I think by >10 but a blowout wouldn't surprise me in the least....