It’s a dream matchup that we’ll probably see a lot more in the future, assuming that Kevin Durant stays with the Oklahoma City Thunder of course.
We’re going to get the close games, the high ratings, the last second shots, but who is going to come out on top in this matchup of NBA’s present and future.
As much as we love to hate the Miami Heat, they’ve got the experience edge that just might be enough to get them over the top.
The Thunder are going to get their wins, believe it or not I think they’re going to get three wins. Yeah that’s right, I expect this series to go seven games.
Kevin Durant and the Thunder have shown they can hang with big boys, I mean look at what they did to the San Antonio Spurs. People just assumed the Spurs were headed to the Finals when they went up 2-0, then look what happened.
But LeBron James is just on fire right now.
LeBron James has shown a new level of maturity this postseason that we haven’t seen before. Miami has been able to rely on James whenever they experienced any problems. With Chris Bosh back too, Miami has all the pieces in place to finally get that elusive championship ring for King James.
I think the Heat will take it seven, which I’m sure NBA officials will love. James can finally put the critics to rest.
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