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Back-To-Back NBA Championships Should Be Enough To Keep Big Three In Miami

Written by Michael Gordon   
Monday, 24 June 2013 22:42

The Miami Heat are NBA champions for the second-consecutive seasonThe Miami Heat are NBA champions for the second-consecutive season. Miami had dominated to the tune of three-straight conference championships and back-to-back NBA titles in the three years since the Big Three of Lebron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh first assembled in South Beach, and while the Heat’s dominance can no longer be questioned, what should happen next can be. There were plenty of pay per head critics that questioned the mold of the team during its championship run this season and wondered if Miami could be even more dominant with a different cast around Lebron, but the fact that they got the job done again could be enough to keep this group together.

Recent history would suggest that keeping this group together is the best option for the Heat. The Chicago Bulls of the late 1990’s didn’t do much once they disassembled, while the Dallas Mavericks could have potentially prevented at least one of Miami’s championships had Tyson Chandler, Jason Kidd, and JJ Barea chosen not to all go their separate ways. Miami still has its Big Three under contract, and could choose to bring back the same supporting cast to help this sportsbook reviews team make another title run. President Pat Riley seems committed to keeping this group together and going as far as he can with the same group intact, so it will be interesting to see how he handles the immediate future.

Last Updated on Monday, 24 June 2013 22:56
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NBA Finals: Spurs vs. Heat Latest Odds, Props and Stats for Game 7

Written by Matt Stevens   
Thursday, 20 June 2013 07:47

NBA Finals Game 7: Spurs vs. Heat Odds

After the Game 6's crazy finish, the NBA finals history change and now the Miami Heat have another opportunity to chagne the good luck of the San Antonio Spurs.

San Antonio is expecting a great betting final game and beat the Miami Heat, the Heat is the favorite beting team on the game 7.

The Game 7 money line across Sportsbooks to bet on the NBA finals as of Wednesday was Miami -280, San Antonio +240. The Wynn has Miami -275, San Antonio +235.

Year RD Date Winner *road Score Loser
2008 (1) 04-May-08 Boston Celtics 99–65 Atlanta Hawks
2008 (2) 18-May-08 Boston Celtics 97–92 Cleveland Cavaliers
2008 (3) 19-May-08 San Antonio Spurs* 91–82 New Orleans Hornets
2009 (1) 02-May-09 Boston Celtics 109–99 Chicago Bulls
2009 (2) 03-May-09 Atlanta Hawks 91–78 Miami Heat
2009 (3) 17-May-09 Los Angeles Lakers 89–70 Houston Rockets

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NBA Finals Game 7: Spurs vs. Heat Free Pick

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Thursday, 20 June 2013 05:08

Spurs vs. Heat Free Pick - NBA Finals Game 7 The San Antonio Spurs were so close to winning the NBA championship, but they missed two foul shots and failed to get two offensive rebounds in the final 29 seconds of regulation.

2013 NBA Finals, Game 7 betting:
San Antonio Spurs at Miami Heat – Thursday, June 20

In the realm of online sports betting, this game will be a very hard one to pick. When looking at pay per head sites, you can make a fundamental determination about this contest that can shape your betting play. Examining 5dimes.com reviews during an NBA season will give you plenty of background information on LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginobili, but assessing these and other players in the context of a one-game situation – with the world championship of professional basketball going to the winner – is another matter, a substantially different beast.

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Lebron’s Legacy Will Continue to Be Debated Through Game Seven

Written by Gaby Varji   
Wednesday, 19 June 2013 23:23

NBA Finals – Game 7 San Antonio Spurs at Miami Heat PicksThe Miami Heat came within seconds of losing in the NBA Finals betting for the second time in three years, and regardless of the many reasons why, the way that game six could have ended it would have all been on Lebron James. After all, it was Lebron that started the game just 3-for-12 from the floor. It was Lebron that failed to take over the game the way so many sports betting experts figured that he would. It was Lebron that missed the potential game-tying three-point shot that ended up in the hands of Chris Bosh, who kicked it out to Ray Allen for the three-point shot that sent the game to overtime. Lebron’s entire image was saved for the moment by that shot, which will become nothing more than prelude to game seven against the San Antonio Spurs Thursday.

NBA Finals – Game 7
San Antonio Spurs @ Miami Heat
Thursday June 20, 2013 – 9:00 PM ET
AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, Florida
Sportsbook Line: Miami – 3.5

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