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NBA Action Is Fantastic

In years past, I have always been the kind of guy who never gives up hope in a sporting event. Even if the team I was rooting was down 31-0, I would watch until the clock said zero. Although I’m still like that with football, now days even when I have money on the line I find it that I’ll change the channel without thinking twice if I feel the game is out of reach.

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And if you were watching the game last night, about halfway thru the 4th quarter it looked like the Heat were going to take a 2-0 lead in the series. But instead of flipping over to Family Guy (what I normally watch before I go to bed) I had a funny feeling that I might see one of the greatest comebacks in NBA finals history. Maybe I should become a Jedi Knight as I searched my feelings and found them to be true with the Mavericks coming back from being down 15 points and Dirk Norwitzki hitting the game winner with 3 seconds to go.

I can’t say one way or the other if it was spectacular performance by the Mavs, or a complete collapse from the Heat. I think it was a little bit of both. But either way it brought me one step closer to winning my series bet on Dallas. Although Miami ‘star-power’, and can play some incredibly stifling defense at times, I kind of feel that the Heat’s meltdown may bleed into a losing skid. If the Mavs can just win 2 of 3 at home I think I’m home free. But with Miami completely falling apart, perhaps they start finger pointing and just lose it altogether and get swept out. I know they think and say that they are too mature to act like that, but I still think there’s tension and a lack of respect for Eric Spoelstra. So Dallas, Cleveland, and Lebron haters unite… Let’s go Mavs!

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