nameant wrote:Kobe can act like Wade's foul didn't bug him but I have a feeling he's gonna go Mamba on Wade.
The problem is that this is a horrible strategy against good defensive teams and it's even worse against good defensive teams with the best transition game in the league. If Kobe forces up long distance shots he plays right into Miami's hands because they score off those misses in the open court faster than you can blink. This game cannot be won if Kobe tries to win it by himself, it may work on scrub teams but not the Heat.
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IMO the only way to beat the Heat is to keep the turnovers down. LA is about middle of the pack when it comes to turning the ball over, but it's absolutely imperative you don't turn the ball over excessively if you want to beat the Heat. As for LeBron, I don't see us having much success against him. Artest is just way too slow and Barnes is not strong enough.
Both LeBron and Wade are due for a stinker though, they seemingly haven't had a bad game in months. Hopefully at least one of them doesn't show up on Sunday.