If you support the Heat....then obviously Joey is there to prove he doesnt have bias against Duncan and the Spurs anymore...if you hate the Heat....then he's there to force a game 7.
Nothing good comes out of him being involved in this game.
Pretty much this. Joey actually did a nice job in the last one only had two calls I would really argue with and they ended up balancing as it was one in each team's favor. If the NBA chooses ANY other crew this isn't even talking point going into Game 6.
The fact the NBA chose him here even with the outcry prior to the last game makes me think David Stern is sitting in his office like this.
I just can't believe one of the topics on First Take was "Should the Spurs rest their stars in Game 6".
I mean ******* really??
Anywayssssss - I fully expect LeBron to put up the beast of all beast games tonight. D Wade gives one solid half of play, Bosh doesn't act like an idiot, and either Allen or Miller will knock down some big 3's.
It's going to game 7.
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Fear the Spear - Winston Era has begun....
"I wasn't going to lose to Miami, no matter what," Freeman said. "It means a lot to go out there and beat them. Every time I get a chance, I want to destroy them."
Just want to highlight how stupid good Danny Green is shooting the ball. In NBA history of a 6 games or more series the NBA RECORD is 66.7% from downtown by Danny Ainge (8 for 12).
Danny Green is 25 of 38 for 65.8%. He tripled the sample size and if he goes 1/1 from 3 pt territory he'll be tied exactly in percentage for the record. That is if it goes 6 games. If it goes 7 games the record for percentage belongs to Robert Horry at 48.4% (15 for 31).
Of course he set the record for makes in a series over Ray Allen (who went 22 for 42 [52.4%] over 6 games. Only reaction I have for the entire thing is...
That being said Game 6 should be Lebron's party. If it's not then the Spurs might be celebrating. Time to step up.
LOL yeah he did. The fact that Ray Allen hit the "brain is full of f***" meme perfectly is incredible.
Bosh also told the media that the Heat were going to prevent open looks for Green. That's an excellent idea that probably should have been worked on ... somewhere around the 2nd open three of the series.
That being said Bosh used the line "We'll see how he shoots with somebody always on him." 99% sure Danny Green would convert more contested threes than Bosh wide open in the practice facility with his buddies Stegosaurus and T-Rex cheering him on.
I wouldn't be sir prized if he passed McCoy on the depth chart. I think he might have a better arm and accurate arm then him from the highlights I thought. He also got some wheels too help us prepare for QB's as Wilson , RG3 and other runners etc.