Who Will Win the 2013 NBA Basketball ...
KingsloveQueens

Sunnyvale, CA

#452 Jun 20, 2013
Halle Berry Sister wrote:
Half Time
Heat 46 - Spurs 44
Wade (Heat) 14 points.
If the Spurs win you have to blow me a kiss over the net..lol and if the Heat win I will do the same agreed ??(;

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#456 Jun 20, 2013
KingsloveQueens wrote:
<quoted text>If the Spurs win you have to blow me a kiss over the net..lol and if the Heat win I will do the same agreed ??(;
Cool.........

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#457 Jun 20, 2013
2nd Half Motivation Song For the Heat

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#458 Jun 20, 2013
Cap Black wrote:
<quoted text>The heat gonna need both capricorns Wade and Lebron to come up big.I told you it was goin down to a nail biter.Its a good game.Just like the league wanted.
I agree. They need to slow down and relax.

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#459 Jun 20, 2013
Heat 72 - Spurs 71

End of 3rd quarter
Ca Black

United States

#460 Jun 20, 2013
Capriocorn/saturn is the sign of getting the job done.Lebronand Wade bring home a back to bacl cha?mpionship.Saturn is truly lord of the rings.From Muhamad Ali,to Eli Manning.Even this years superbowl Q.B Flacco.The goat always climbs to the top of the mountain.

These cats at the sports bar was yellin "Genobli on that payrole!".lol.Its obvious its rigged to folks on the street.

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#461 Jun 20, 2013
Miami Heat 2013 NBA Champions (Back to Back)
Heat Wins Series vs Spurs 4-3

Lebron James - 37 points 12 rebs 4 asst

D. Wade - 23 points 10 rebs 1 asst

T. Duncan - 24 points 12 rebs 2 asst

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#462 Jun 20, 2013
Finals MVP Lebron James (Go Heat!!)

http://scores.espn.go.com/nba/scoreboard
Ca Black

United States

#463 Jun 20, 2013
Halle Berry Sister wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree. They need to slow down and relax.
They did it. Who said Lebron can't shoot?

http://m.youtube.com/watch...

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#464 Jun 20, 2013
Ca Black wrote:
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They did it. Who said Lebron can't shoot?
http://m.youtube.com/watch...
MVP Lebron can definitely shoot from downtown. There were many turnovers, missed shots, sloppiness, and etc from both teams.It was not a pretty game, but the Heat won. That's all that counts. Go Heat!!
Cap Black

United States

#465 Jun 20, 2013
In modern sports, the money is chiefly derived from TV ratings and ticket and merchandise sales. All of these increase when fans have a bigger stake in games, and when they are emotionally invested in a team or player.

When Michael Jordan was in his prime, every Chicago Bulls playoffs game was essential viewing for any sports fan. The departing Stern likely wants to leave a legacy that includes the creation of yet another megastar, in this case King James.

Tim Donoghy the NBA ref busted for fixing games said the NBA fixes its own games---"I think there was a situation where certain referees, in my mind -- and it obviously proved successful -- could change the point spread in an NBA game based on relationships by four or five points,” he told Van Susteren.“And when you talk about adding four or five points onto any line that's at Vegas, it's like sitting at a blackjack table and knowing that your first card is an ace when the dealer starts to deal … Right, and I think the, you know, NBA fans are very knowledgeable. And over the last 10 or 15 years, they know that a lot of unusual things have taken place.”

He went on to explain that referees “deliberately” give fouls to less-popular players vs. big stars because “it’s the way you were trained” to be a referee.

“Referees are trained in the fact that, obviously, you don't want to be throwing the stars out of the game, or you don't want to be giving a star a foul that you can give to somebody else who's in that area,” he said, adding later,“Obviously you don't want to give a Kobe Bryant or Shaquille O'Neal or LeBron James a foul that may be his second or third foul in the first quarter, to where he's going to have to go to the bench. I mean, it was openly discussed in meetings that, you know, people paid big dollars to see these stars on the floor.”
Cap Black

United States

#466 Jun 20, 2013
Its starting to become more obvious,even to people who used to not beieve it. This yr so many have asked
http://www.ibtimes.com/nba-rigged-rumors-leag...
"Is the NBA rigged"?

As the Miami Heat barrel their way toward a second NBA championship in as many years, a chorus of accusations and conspiracy theories alleging that the league is rigged has reached fever pitch.

LeBron James is seen by many as Commissioner David Stern’s golden boy, his teacher’s pet, his Chosen One, playing for Stern’s handpicked next dynasty, the Miami Heat.

And as Stern eyes his exit at the conclusion of the 2012-2013 season, many basketball fans believe he may be pulling the strings behind the scenes of the puppet show that is this year’s NBA Playoffs.

Straight From The Horse’s Mouth

Perhaps the most compelling recent evidence on the side of those who believe the NBA is fixed came to light when former NBA referee Tim Donaghy publicly stated that the league manipulates games through control over their officiating.

With another Jordan, the league could return to its glory days and rake in the profits and prestige that come with it.

And this year’s Eastern Conference Finals provided fuel for the fire of conspiracy theorists who are convinced that the league is fixed.

Another thing that can help the NBA earn big money is for there to be as many playoffs games -- particularly ones featuring big stars -- as possible each year. So when the Indiana Pacers beat the Heat 91-77 in Game 6 to force a Game 7, it was a perfect way for the league to draw as many eyeballs as possible for the final epic showdown between the squads.

And that’s exactly what happened as the game recorded the third-highest ratings for any program, ever, in the ENTIRE 29-year history of TNT. A full 11.5 million total viewers watched the game,according to Nielsen. That equals lots of cash for the NBA, plus 28.5 million total comments by 15.7 million users on all social media sites.

And the Heat, so goes the conspiracy, were then allegedly gifted with the game through a combination of bad officiating, sluggish play by Indiana, and who knows what else.

The Heat swept to an easy 99-76 victory
Cap Black

United States

#467 Jun 20, 2013
Future Today blog broke down the situation as follows:

“In total Wade went to the foul line 25 xs, There were 5 separate fouls on Wade in which he was never touched. The internet bloggers refer to them as the Phantom Fouls. Miami as a team went to the line 49 xs to Dallas 25 xs. Dallas finished with 6 more field goals 11 more rebounds & lost the game by one. Both of Dallas low post defenders were in foul trouble Diop fouled out Dampier finished with 5 fouls."

That list of outraged viewers of that key game included Dallas owner Mark Cuban, who was fined $250,000 by the league for screaming at officials,“F---you! F--- you! Your league is rigged!” If even Cuban believes it, that’s pretty bad.
Maya

Mccomb, MS

#468 Jun 20, 2013
Maya wrote:
King James MVP and Finals MVP 2013
Did I call that or what?!? lol
Cap Black

United States

#469 Jun 20, 2013
Cap Black wrote:
The Heat win and even the series 2-2. These series become predictable once you understand the business aspect of it. I believe the spurs will win the next and final home game and please the ticket payers.Then the Heat will win the next two in Miami.The last game filled with drama.lol
This quote was said on thurs June 13.and the Heat tied the series 2-2 and won the last 2 at home,filled with drama.Juust lke I called it.

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#470 Jun 21, 2013
Great game last night. So congratulation to the Heat and to you Halle!:)
Unique2

Macon, GA

#473 Jun 21, 2013
Unique2 wrote:
"Who will win the 2013 NBA Basketball Championship?"
The Miami Heat, and LeBron James will be the finals MVP.
I said it back on May 8th.
Cap Black

United States

#474 Jun 21, 2013
Its the fans that are sad.The spurs players where gettin head from the groupies waiting.they still got their millions.

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Laramie, WY

#477 Jun 21, 2013
Congrats to the Miami Heat , 2012 NBA Champs.

I think this is an example of the best team in the league , from Day One , winning the title. I'm hardly surprised.

Threre was never really any doubt in my mind who would win. Sure a couple of teams showed signs that MAYBE they were serious contenders..........the fast start by the Clippers......the excellent regular season of the Nuggets.....the Lakers bringing in Nash and Howard......the usual outstanding regular seasons of the Spurs and Thunder.....the playoff runs of the Warriors and Grizzlies....the Pacers falling just short of knocking off the Heat in the conference finals.

All those above were nice stories , but c'mon , did anyone really doubt the final outcome?

Now that "King James" has won his second in a row , I have to ask........Is it time yet to start mentioning him in the same sentence with....MICHAEL JORDAN.....as far as level of greatness?

I say it is time.
Unique2

Macon, GA

#478 Jun 21, 2013
Cap Black wrote:
"Is the NBA rigged"?
As the Miami Heat barrel their way toward a second NBA championship in as many years, a chorus of accusations and conspiracy theories alleging that the league is rigged has reached fever pitch.
LeBron James is seen by many as Commissioner David Stern’s golden boy, his teacher’s pet, his Chosen One, playing for Stern’s handpicked next dynasty, the Miami Heat.
And as Stern eyes his exit at the conclusion of the 2012-2013 season, many basketball fans believe he may be pulling the strings behind the scenes of the puppet show that is this year’s NBA Playoffs.
Straight From The Horse’s Mouth
Perhaps the most compelling recent evidence on the side of those who believe the NBA is fixed came to light when former NBA referee Tim Donaghy publicly stated that the league manipulates games through control over their officiating.
With another Jordan, the league could return to its glory days and rake in the profits and prestige that come with it.
And this year’s Eastern Conference Finals provided fuel for the fire of conspiracy theorists who are convinced that the league is fixed.
Another thing that can help the NBA earn big money is for there to be as many playoffs games -- particularly ones featuring big stars -- as possible each year. So when the Indiana Pacers beat the Heat 91-77 in Game 6 to force a Game 7, it was a perfect way for the league to draw as many eyeballs as possible for the final epic showdown between the squads.
And that’s exactly what happened as the game recorded the third-highest ratings for any program, ever, in the ENTIRE 29-year history of TNT. A full 11.5 million total viewers watched the game,according to Nielsen. That equals lots of cash for the NBA, plus 28.5 million total comments by 15.7 million users on all social media sites
I'm very certain that the NBA is fixed. Only 9 teams out of 30 have ever won championships since the leagues creation in 1980. The NBA values money over fair competition. It's geared towards big name players, big market teams and matchups that will generate the most money. You'll never see two small market teams in the finals, the referees and league commissioner will see to that. So if you're a Milwaukee Bucks or Denver Nuggets fan you can forget about your team making the finals unless there's a big market team coming out of the opposing conference.

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