Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Cooled Heat

The Miami Heat, squandered a golden opportunity. Now they must close out the series at South Beach, or else, go home because they have absolutely zero chance of winning game 7 at the Palace of Auburn Hills.

Tonight's loss may prove costly for the Heat. The Detroit Pistons, had their back against the wall showing signs of shaked confidence, and rumors surfacing that the players are in disagreement with their coach Flip Saunders. The stage was set for the Miami Heat to take over and reach the NBA Finals for the first time in their franchise history.

The road to the Finals remains open. Just keep in mind that the Pistons have come back from a 3-2 deficit to win a series in four previous occasions. I won't be surprised, if the Pistons manage to sneak past the Heat again, although it seems quite unlikely.

Two reasons why the Pistons won (rather than why the Heat lost):

1. Detroit started playing D, something sorely lacking in the previous games and robbed them of the identity they are most comfortable with.

2. The Heat went 6-20 from the free throw line. Even Ben Wallace would have done better by himself.

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At 9:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Shut up, brownie, before somebody smashes in your fucking brownie head.

Go back to fucking India

 

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