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  1. Heat (13 votes [48.15%])

    Percentage of vote: 48.15%

  2. Pacers (14 votes [51.85%])

    Percentage of vote: 51.85%

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#25 RelaxImaPro

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Posted 22 May 2013 - 11:28 PM

The same call was made on Hibbert earlier in the game when he barely touched Bosh.

 

I know Heat fans (not saying that you are a Heat fan) aren't used to games being officiated like they were today.

 

Yeah, but with 2 seconds in the game left don't call that poo, not a play as big as that.  Just let the players play.  If it goes in, good, if not, oh well.  Especially when they just overlooked two missed calls for the Heat that happened just moments before.

 

I'm sure most people thought that game was over when George nailed those 3 clutch baskets to put them up with 2 seconds left.

 

I'm not a Heat fan, I'm just a basketball fan in general really... kind of just became a fan of players after the Hornets left.  But the Heats series have been called pretty evenly the whole entire playoffs (with probably the exception of the 2nd Chicago game where they were leading by like 46 points before they put the scrubs in... but really, Chicago was fuged that game either way).  I know if I was a Heat fan I would've been pretty pissed about that if that call ended up deciding the game.



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Posted 22 May 2013 - 11:32 PM

LeBron's game-winner

 

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Posted 22 May 2013 - 11:33 PM

Yeah, but with 2 seconds in the game left don't call that poo, not a play as big as that.  Just let the players play.  If it goes in, good, if not, oh well.  Especially when they just overlooked two missed calls for the Heat that happened just moments before.

 

I'm sure most people thought that game was over when George nailed those 3 clutch baskets to put them up with 2 seconds left.

 

I'm not a Heat fan, I'm just a basketball fan in general really... kind of just became a fan of players after the Hornets left.  But the Heats series have been called pretty evenly the whole entire playoffs (with probably the exception of the 2nd Chicago game where they were leading by like 46 points before they put the scrubs in... but really, Chicago was fuged that game either way).  I know if I was a Heat fan I would've been pretty pissed about that if that call ended up deciding the game.

 

I understand, but the NBA needs to become more consistent... remember when the NBA apologized for not calling the foul on MKG with less than a second left in the game (I can't recall who we were playing).

 

The point is a foul is a foul, so the refs need to decide whether they are going to let the game play out or if they're going to call the game to the wire.

 

Also, you can never count the Heat out until the buzzer sounds with the talent that they have on the floor.



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Posted 22 May 2013 - 11:35 PM

For all the good Paul George did during the game, he negated it all on that last play guarding LBJ.

 

Fantastic game though. Still think the Heat win in 5.



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Posted 22 May 2013 - 11:36 PM

I will also say this, LeBron had some clutch baskets, but I wouldn't even characterize that last bucket as clutch...

 

I'd simply call that last bucket elementary fundamentals lol.



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Posted 22 May 2013 - 11:37 PM

I understand, but the NBA needs to become more consistent... remember when the NBA apologized for not calling the foul on MKG with less than a second left in the game (I can't recall who we were playing).

 

The point is a foul is a foul, so the refs need to decide whether they are going to let the game play out or if they're going to call the game to the wire.

 

Also, you can never count the Heat out until the buzzer sounds with the talent that they have on the floor.

 

Honestly, I won't lie, I was ready to crown Paul George... especially as tenacious as their defense was tonight.  I'll give LeBron his props where it's due... the dude rose to the occasion.  Bad defense or not the son of a bitch blew past every fuging body from behind the 3-point line with 2 seconds left to sink the game-winning shot.

 

That was some Jordan poo.



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Posted 22 May 2013 - 11:37 PM

For all the good Paul George did during the game, he negated it all on that last play guarding LBJ.

 

Fantastic game though. Still think the Heat win in 5.

 

He litteraly went from GOAT to goat, how embarrassing, I'll never understand why he chased LBJ to the top of the key... You don't even have to scout LeBron to know that he is a drive first player... 



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Posted 22 May 2013 - 11:40 PM

Yeah George had his clutch moments, then he decided to sh*t the bed and LeBron left him in his dust.



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Posted 22 May 2013 - 11:46 PM

I will also say this, LeBron had some clutch baskets, but I wouldn't even characterize that last bucket as clutch...

 

I'd simply call that last bucket elementary fundamentals lol.

 

Nah, that was clutch in a sense. He immediately recognized that George was too close and did not hesitate at all and exploded to the rim, giving George(& the defense) no time at all to adjust.

 

Very few players would've been able to do that.



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Posted 22 May 2013 - 11:50 PM

Nah, that was clutch in a sense. He immediately recognized that George was too close and did not hesitate at all and exploded to the rim, giving George(& the defense) no time at all to adjust.

 

Very few players would've been able to do that.

 

I am saying as far as the shot goes... it was just your generic LeBron drive...

 

Let's say that you didn't know the score or time, there was no indicators from that play that it was out of the ordinary.

 

Essentially LeBron being LeBron.

 

But kudos to LBJ for getting George back for that three lol.



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Posted 24 May 2013 - 09:12 AM

Did anyone else see the complete garbage that Battier was doing and is anyone really surprised?

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Posted 24 May 2013 - 10:14 AM

I am saying as far as the shot goes... it was just your generic LeBron drive...

 

Let's say that you didn't know the score or time, there was no indicators from that play that it was out of the ordinary.

 

Essentially LeBron being LeBron.

 

But kudos to LBJ for getting George back for that three lol.

 

Yeah, but if you dont come out on him people are gonna ask why you gave Lebron an open jumper with less than 2 seconds on the clock.  It was still a mistake because he closed out way too far, but you know he saw Lebron open with the ball coming to him and thought, "I cant give up an open shot here"