Archive for June, 2013


With the thought of another series loss to the Spurs on Lebrons mind, there was no way in hell he was going to let that happen and he didn’t.
Lebron brought in not only his second straight Championship ring but his second straight MVP trophy last week when the NBA finals went to a game 7. The San Antonio Spurs were just to old and too tired after putting all their effort into a game 6 and trying to win it all. Lebron has stated that he thinks Ray Allen’s remarkable game 6 shot to force over time is a Jordan like moment. It was the play from James but also from role players that helped Miami win this tough fought series. Wade had this to say on the series, ” it was a tough series the spurs gave us a run for our money but we earned it.”
Now when it comes to how the Spurs should have handled the injury situation Of Tony Parker, he shouldn’t even had been playing with the chance of aggravating the injury he has suffered earlier in the series and possibly Tearing his hamstring, but then again he was a key part to their success in the series. This could have very likely the last time we could see the original big 3 ( Parker, Duncan, and Manu) together! It’s time for retirement.
As for everyone questioning the return of Miamis big 3, they will stay together I was able to talk to Dwayne wade at his camp at Nova Southeastern university and he said,”we like what we have in our guys we definitely are gonna keep us boys together but as for the rest of the team we are going to try our hardest to keep all of us together.” Ray Allen could have potentially played his last game in Miami as they can’t seem to reach an agreement but it’s still early
In the off-season. He definitely hasn’t played his last game In the NBA as he’s told multiple sources that he is ready for next season. The team has exercised the player options on Mario Chalmers, Rashard Lewis and James jones so we will definitely be seeing them next season in heat uniforms. But they need to really focus on getting back Chris Anderson aka birdman and Ray Allen because they were big factors this season. Anderson was probably the best pickup out of all the teams last season. It’s crazy just to think that Miami will be going for a three peat next season. And that next season could be Miami’s big three last together as they could be restricted free agents after next season which I don’t think they will but that’s a possibility. Why would they leave a dynasty which they have started, they wouldn’t. All I can say regarding the future Is back to back to back? I mean Lebron promised 7 didn’t he?

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With the series tied at one game a piece, the NBA finals are headed to San Antonio where the Miami Heat look to take the upper hand in the series.
A win in San Antonio would be a big move by the Heat since the San Antonio Spurs stole game one in Miami due to Tony Parkers rambunctious platy. Miami has been in the position before, just last year the same time when Oklahoma City stole game one in Miami.
The Heat have more than enough capability to become back to back champs with their big three. Yet, Its not what the big three do that’s going to help Miami win the most, its the production from bench players like Chris Anderson, Norris Cole and Ray Allen that will help seal the deal for Miami.
Anderson, also know as Birdman will probably be the biggest factor of them all. He is known as the enforcer and in my opinion is probably the best defensive player on the team other than the king himself Lebron James.
Another factor to this series will also be how much production comes from Dwyane Wade, he has been declining lately, but the fans who are watching seem to be pretty uptight about his performance, lets not forget that he is still one of the best we have just been so accustomed to his style of play that he is no longer capable of producing due to knee injuries and so fourth.
This series to me will end up being another long tough fought battle for Miami and it could end up going six or seven games.