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The refs or is that excuse already used.
That's old already.
Not a heat fan, but gotta pull for the home town kid!
Lolz, I already lost a bet son. If you want to make a bet you gotta be quick to the draw.
The Heat are honestly not that good, if the refs call a game halfway fair they have trouble scoring. What did LeBron have, 12+ points from the line? No Indiana player had 8 I would imagine.
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I told my friends this game would be an espn instant classic or an absolute ass kicking.
My friend goes " well since this game is on TNT I think we've got to go with 'absolute ass kicking'" haha.
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I thought you were a magic fan. When did you jump on the heat bandwagon?
HAHA, nice prediction. Absolutely ripped the pacers last night. Miami "sacked up" big time!
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I've been a Heat fan since the early 90's.. I also pull for the Magic but their front office makes it impossible to care that much.
The Heat had more foul shots one game in this entire series (Game 7) which happened to be the only game they drove the lane constantly. You are right... It's not disputable.
Agreed, they have Indiana way too many calls throughout the series. Should have been over in 5.
It just happened to be the end all be all game as well. Won't be long now until another ref leaks us what we all know to be true
I don't doubt that at all... All I'm saying is that with fair officiating in all the games, the series wouldn't have went 7 games.
Good thread, would read again
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