FabFourLakers wrote:FabFourLakers wrote:miami will come back and win this game if they keep their starters in but if Spoelstra was smart, he would take his guys out now and let them rest....
I think somehow, the HEAT will come back and win this game...it's totally something that WOULD happen.
I'll just quote myself here....seriously I'm not even surprised that they already came back...they should win this game fairly easily....I'm gonna predict cavs score less than 15 pts in the 4th.
Forward Three wrote:What is disturbing about this is how _fast_ the Heat were able to score in the final minutes of the 3rd. You'd think that if Cavs had just ran the clock a bit on their end that there is no way Miami scores 20 points in 4 minutes.
karacha wrote:Another team that lost a 26 point lead. Oh well.
puffyusaf#2 wrote:Not jaded... My post was based off the announcers reaction to the win.
puffyusaf#2 wrote:^True. It was just funny. I watched the final seconds on NBATv so I don't know which announcer was calling the game but all I could think of was the soccer announcers. This win will get a serious about of hype as "Lebron burns Cavs" or "LBJ digs deep to help Heat beat tough Cavs for #24."
I think its amazing at any level against any competition to make a run like they are on. However, the way its being handled is like they have only played #1 seeds for all the 20+ games. lol