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Miami Heat vs. Brooklyn Nets Playoff Series Thread

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The Miami Heat led by LeBron James will face the Brooklyn Nets led by former celtics rival Paul Pierce. I expect a tough series with a lot of animosity but I just don't think Miami will lose to the Nets who could barely escape the raptors, a team Miami probably would've swept or taken in 5.

Starters

Heat:

Mario Chalmers

Dwyane Wade

LeBron James

Shane Battier

Chris Bosh

Nets:

Deron Williams

Shaun Livingston

Joe Johnson

Paul Pierce

Kevin Garnett

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Heat in seven.

 

That is what I think as well, HCA and a few fortunate bounces being the difference.

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Heat in seven.

With them barely escaping toronto, i really think brooklyn would be lucky to see a game 6

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With them barely escaping toronto, i really think brooklyn would be lucky to see a game 6

 

Well seeing as how Toronto was a better team, we didn't escape them. We survived and kept fighting.

 

We play the Heat very well. Lots of teams do (except for one team I know of), because they play up because they're playing the champs. We swept them 4-0 in the regular season. But without home court, it'll be very hard.

 

The week-long rest for the Heat should be interesting. Rest your bones, yes. Get out of your zone? Perhaps.

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Well seeing as how Toronto was a better team, we didn't escape them. We survived and kept fighting.

We play the Heat very well. Lots of teams do (except for one team I know of), because they play up because they're playing the champs. We swept them 4-0 in the regular season. But without home court, it'll be very hard.

The week-long rest for the Heat should be interesting. Rest your bones, yes. Get out of your zone? Perhaps.

Toronto wasn't a better team. Lol. The Nets have all veterans with playoff experience they were the heavy favorites in that series.
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I agree with the Heat in 5. 

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Toronto wasn't a better team. Lol. The Nets have all veterans with playoff experience they were the heavy favorites in that series.

 

Sure they were. Better record, better seed, home court advantage, split the season series. Big deal, we have a bunch of old men playing for us. Why does that mean we're better?

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Sure they were. Better record, better seed, home court advantage, split the season series. Big deal, we have a bunch of old men playing for us. Why does that mean we're better?

experience. Championship caliber.
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