So . . .
Anybody still think this series is fixed for the Heat?
Sooooo, no I don't. I think the heat outplayed the pacers throughout the series.
I never thought id ever see Lebron with 5 fouls in a 3rd quarter...nope no fix,heat just better
I'm not implying its fixed. I'm just poking fun at all the complaints of pro-Heat reffing.
I'm not afraid of losing points as if I'm one of these PC p-ssies on this website. The author of this topic is a delusional pacer fan, borderline retarded. I mean, come the f-ck on. Did you not seen LeBron's 3rd foul (which should have been a blocking foul on PG?).
This game shouldn't even be close. Game 1 was a fluke. If Pacers win tonight, and that's a major if, it will be due to the worst officiating I have seen since the fix in 2002.
Are you talking about me? I am rooting for the Heat, as this post makes obvious.
Um…I think he's saying all the calls are going the Pacers way and thus, the series is proven to not be fixed in favor of the Heat.
Sooo, no, don't think he's a Pacers fan. delusional Heat fan? perhaps. But i can't say I know the guy personally.
I apologize B-ball fan. I am not on here enough to know your favorite team. I am a bit irritated with these f-cking ridiculous calls the Pacers are benefiting from.
Thank you. Seriously though, LeBron's 3rd foul call was as bad as the 2002 kobe-elbowing-bibby's-nose call. PG was leaning so hard and not even set. How the Pacer's are still in this game is beyond me... oh wait, the refs are being generous.
I think you're misreading his original post. He thinks the Pacers are getting terrible calls, as well
I'm not implying the series as a whole has been officiated in one way or another. I do think the Pacers have gotten extremely fortunate with how this game has been officiated. The intent of my first post was to be facetious, as I think it is obvious that the Heat at the very least are not getting the benefit of the whistles this game. It seems my intent was not clear.
Yes proud grandpa, that's why I apologized.
Mark Jackson... I don't miss him as an analyst.
am I the only one?
Nah your not the only one. He's just not a very good analyst imo. He just called Hill's decision to take the layup chance instead of just dribbling out to secure the win a smart play...
you prolong the series, better TV ratings.
Then the refs can always sway the way a game finalizes by having the refs do exactly what they did today.
no doubt the NBA/ESPN wants Miami in the finals, but also wants to milk Eastern Conference finals as much as possible.
today just let the series continue, watch the calls Friday in Miami. That Joey Crawford is the worst, playing mind games controlling the tempo.
There were some really bad calls tonight but it's still not fixed on either side. I'm glad you know what's going to happen, tell me who is gonna win the finals so I can go to Vegas and make a killing. It kills me when a bad officiated game means it's rigged, are there favorable calls yes but they don't go into a game saying yeah let's make sure lebron stays in foul trouble and let the pacers do whatever they want.