|Posted by shawn cassidy on June 10, 2013 at 2:55 PM|
The Heat did what they were supposed to right? They're just to good to lose both games at home. The Spurs did what they wanted to do, and that was splitting the first two games. The Spurs had the Heat for the first 36 minutes or so in game 2. The Heat went on a 22-2 run at home. Some of that was fueled by home court, and the refs allowing the home court advantage as they often do in the NBA for any team. The foul shots were even, but let's be honest Tony Parker wasn't getting any calls after being thrown around, and he wasn't being rewarded by any ref.
That's beside the point. The Spurs and Heat are both in trouble. The series is tied, and if I had to pick a team in trouble I would say Miami. The Spurs will be home for the next three games. The Spurs could win all three at home. It's only happened three times though. The 2004 Pistons, and the 2006 Heat,and 2012 Heat are the only teams in NBA history to win all three home games in the 2-3-2 format. I see this series kind of playing out like the 2010 Finals between the C's and Fakers. The only difference is that I don't think this series goes 7. I still believe the Spurs in 6 though.
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