Heat 1: - Pistons 0 Suns 1 - Mavericks 0
posted by lilnemo to basketball at 04:00 PM - 8 comments
missed the first Suns-Mavs game so no comment. Heat taking game one, wow, just wow, everyone had them beat before this thing already started. I think there bench told the story here. Shaq and Wade didn' have too many minutes in the first half and the "other guys" came through.
posted by HATER 187 at 04:06 PM on May 25
I've watched the Heat all year long, and after seeing how the Pistons totally owned them, I'm not taking the Heat to win until they do. Would be great if they did, but the Pistons found an answer to Dwayne Wade more than any other team this season.
posted by uglatto at 04:17 PM on May 25
I can't believe the Mavs handed that game to the Suns. A nine-point lead on their home court with two minutes left and Raja Bell out with an injury, and they still let Steve Nash get good enough looks to hit some threes. I thought before the game that it was the Mavs' series, but now I'm not so sure. Nash comes up huge in playoff games against his former team.
posted by rcade at 04:24 PM on May 25
both series is going 2 be fun
posted by defrag3x at 05:35 PM on May 25
When the Miami game started, the Heat went up 9-0 right away. I think that set the tone for the whole game- they're a force to be reckoned with.
posted by redsoxrgay at 05:42 PM on May 25
The Pistons need to work their inside game. It seems nearly all of their points come from the outside. Bad Shooting Night = Loss
posted by oneunderontheday at 07:28 PM on May 25
Many thought that Miami had a good chance to win the first game coming off along rest, giving the Deisel a chance to catch his breath. I wouldn't look for the trend to continue.
posted by elovrich at 07:35 PM on May 25
My first thought is here comes 1-1, not off the mark to much, both series 7..anybody agree. Maximize that profit NBA ...
posted by rolandeblunt at 12:36 PM on May 27
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