Miami @ Brooklyn
Should be a fantastic game.
Are the Brooklyn Nets a team that we can see in the Conference Finals?
Are the Heat, Knicks, Nets, and Pacers unanimously all the 2nd round teams this season?
Btw: Pick The Win is coming back on Sunday and will be back on a weekly basis until the end of the season. Hold on tight
Joe Johnson owns ankles this season. That crossover on Bosh was sick.
After the crossover, Bosh decided to just let him shoot and not contest. Lmfao, he didn't want any more of JJ
That was a travel by LeBron. Dude shifted his feet about 3 times
And then comes Wallce from the bassline. The Nets are down, but you couldn't tell with some of these plays.
Bosh has been crossed over by Joe Johnson and dunked on by Gerald Wallace. It's just not his day today
I think the Nets are a few players and 2 summer training camps away from being true contenders. Overlook the hype and people forget this is still a new team trying to figure each other out.
Bosh needs to take a seat for a second. LOL
Brooklyn with a nice comeback. It's gnna be a great finish
Umm how did Mario Chalmers get his own rebound sitting down with two 7 footers by him?
The Nets are letting the game slip every turnover.
What a relief it is for a player like Haslem to be able to pick 'n roll with Lebron.
I don't want to sound like a hater. Actually I don't usually watch Miami Heat games, but today, in my opinion, there was an unusual quantity of fouls around the basket that should have been called in favor of the Nets...
The Nets seemed to get tentative and then that lead to sloppy plays. DWill inbounded the ball to his own bench. It was terrible and I haven't seen anything like that all season.
I did like the twin tower lineup of Blatche and Lopez, especially against smaller teams that aren't trying to run their offense through either their center or PF. Somehow though the Nets couldn't just run a simple post up. Both Blatche and Lopez could take their men down low just because they have such a weight advantage over all of the Heat except Lebron.