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Re: Heat | Balanced scoring puts Heat up 1-0.

Postby Fresh8 on Fri Aug 07, 2009 12:24 pm

HAPPY BIRTHDAY :)
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Re: Heat | Balanced scoring puts Heat up 1-0.

Postby Valor on Fri Aug 07, 2009 8:18 pm

just had a quick skim of the whole dynasty, pretty good :)
Good job getting James White, that kid can really jump :P
I like your game recap style, especially the nice looking headings, keep it up in the playoffs!


EDIT: Didn't realize that it was your bday, Have a nice one :)
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Re: Heat | Balanced scoring puts Heat up 1-0.

Postby john26 on Fri Aug 07, 2009 8:20 pm

Nice win over the Bobcats :D Good work.
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Re: Heat | Balanced scoring puts Heat up 1-0.

Postby spiderxx7 on Sat Aug 08, 2009 5:51 am

Happy b-day bro... looking forward to Game 2
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Re: Heat | Balanced scoring puts Heat up 1-0.

Postby Its_asdf on Sat Aug 08, 2009 8:15 am

hova- wrote:Maybe I am the only one who likes that picture. Looks nice and is a good idea. Great win against the Cats. Keep it up (Y)


I agree, I also thought the effect was pretty cool in that picture... Maybe it's because I coud never do it I'm glad that youngsters like Wright and White did so well for your team.
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Re: Heat | Balanced scoring puts Heat up 1-0.

Postby Martti. on Mon Aug 10, 2009 9:04 am

BaronDavis1, thanks! The picture was my first try at something like that.

thierryhenry50, well, he'd better. :D And thanks on the birthday wish. :P

hova-, thanks a lot! Glad you like the picture. :)

XxCavaliers, yeah, he was very quiet. Mostly when he caught the ball, he just passed it away.

Sit, thanks a lot! :mrgreen:

Valor, nice to see you posting in my thread. :) And i did have a good birthday.. :P

john26, thanks for the support.

Its_asdf, glad you like the pic :D And yeah, Wright and White are really good, especially now in the Playoffs.

Game #2 should be up soon! :)
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Re: Heat | Balanced scoring puts Heat up 1-0.

Postby homicide1550 on Mon Aug 10, 2009 1:13 pm

Belated Happy Birthday bro!:bday:
And I also like the dunk pic, good job with the editing... (Y)
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Re: Heat | Balanced scoring puts Heat up 1-0.

Postby Martti. on Tue Aug 11, 2009 2:56 am

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Lewis led all scorers with 29 points.

Lewis and Beasley post double-doubles as Heat take 2-0 advantage.

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Michael Beasley was back to his regular form with a double-double and Rashard Lewis scored 29 points as the Heat beat the Bobcats again, taking a 2-0 lead in the series.

The Bobcats did lose by double-figures again, but they didn't let the Heat push them around. Emeka Okafor once again posted a double-double and Jason Kapono scored a playoff-career-high 25 points and the Heat had to make clutch free throws to take the 2-0 lead.

The Heat had to play catch-up, but not for long. After equal three quarters behind them, the Heat quickly erased a 5-point deficit and after baskets by Rashard Lewis and Dwyane Wade, they were up by 4 points. Both guys hit clutch free throws as well.

The biggest surprise for the Heat was the play of Jason Kapono. As Kapono averaged 9.5 points this season after starting all 29 games for the Cats, Kapono scored a respectable 12 points in game #1. No-one, even himself as he said after the game, believed that he could almost be the hero for his team. His back-to-back threes late narrowed the lead down to just 5 points.

But after an inbound-play, Lewis caught the ball behind the arc and he quickly fired a shot, but was fouled by Diaw and made all 3 free throws.

Kapono then missed a three and Wade took care of business at the line.

The series now shifts to Charlotte, where the bobcats try to stay alive and force games #4 and #5.

NOTES : Both teams shot over .500; James White scored 0 points.

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Rashard Lewis : 29 points, 12 rebounds, 11-26 FG, 5-5 FT [POTG]
Dwyane Wade : 21 points, 4 assists, 4 rebounds, 7-12 FG, 7-8 FT
Michael Beasley : 16 points, 10 rebounds, 4 assists, 4 steals, 2 blocks, 6-14 FG
Rajon Rondo : 18 points, 8 assists, 4 assists, 4 steals, 7-13 FG
Dorell Wright : 12 points, 6 rebounds, 3 blocks
Udonis Haslem : 8 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists
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Emeka Okafor : 19 points, 14 rebounds, 2 blocks, 9-16 FG
Jason Kapono : 25 points, 5 assists, 9-16 FG, 4-10 3PT
Boris Diaw : 19 points, 5 rebounds, 4 steals, 7-12 FG
Gerald Wallace : 12 points, 10 rebounds,
Raymond Felton : 18 points, 8 assists, 7 rebounds


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[1. HOU] 99 - 91 [8. LAL] (Series tied 1-1)
[2. DEN] 119 - 94 [7. UTA] (Nuggets lead 2-0)
[3. LAC] 116 - 100 [6. DAL] (Clippers lead 2-0)
[4. SAS] 93 - 84 [5. MEM] (Spurs lead 2-0)

[1. MIA] 106 - 96 [8. CHA] (Heat lead 2-0)
[2. CLE] 105 - 77 [7. CHI] (Series tied 1-1)
[3. TOR] 106 - 83 [6. ORL] (Raptors lead 2-0)

[4. ATL] 77 - 102 [5. DET] (Pistons lead 2-0)
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Re: Heat | Lewis and Beasley post double-doubles as Heat take...

Postby RDV23 on Tue Aug 11, 2009 3:53 am

Nice win, terrible foul by Diaw though :shock:
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Re: Heat | Lewis and Beasley post double-doubles as Heat take...

Postby hova- on Tue Aug 11, 2009 4:08 am

Good win. Seems like everything is in full control. Lewis did well. Get tha Sweep :)
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Re: Heat | Lewis and Beasley post double-doubles as Heat take...

Postby spiderxx7 on Tue Aug 11, 2009 6:11 am

Wade with "only" 21 points, he was kinda quiet :P Great win man!
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Re: Heat | Lewis and Beasley post double-doubles as Heat take...

Postby Its_asdf on Tue Aug 11, 2009 1:25 pm

Raptors leading 2-0 in a playoff series? I don't believe it, I think this is the first time I haven't seen an AI controlled Raptors team head for the lottery!

lol @ White scoring 0 points as Beasley bounced back.
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Re: Heat | Lewis and Beasley post double-doubles as Heat take...

Postby Fresh8 on Tue Aug 11, 2009 2:33 pm

SWEEP BABY! Get the broomstick out in preparation please!
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Re: Heat | Lewis and Beasley post double-doubles as Heat take...

Postby XpLosibo on Wed Aug 12, 2009 6:41 am

i like that the stats were distributed evenly (Y) dispatch em early :)
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Re: Heat | Lewis and Beasley post double-doubles as Heat take...

Postby Clutch on Thu Aug 13, 2009 6:00 pm

another dynasty with all engines firing! put the choke hold on in game 3 and finish them already ;)
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Re: Heat | Lewis and Beasley post double-doubles as Heat take...

Postby Valor on Sat Aug 15, 2009 1:55 pm

Charlotte aint got a chance against you :D go for the sweep! :P
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Re: Heat | Lewis and Beasley post double-doubles as Heat take...

Postby Martti. on Mon Aug 17, 2009 5:57 am

Thanks for the support. I hope not to let you down. :P
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Postby Martti. on Tue Aug 18, 2009 7:04 am

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Wade grabs the board and the Heat have completed a sweep over the Bobcats.

Wade scores 40 as Heat finish of Cats in OT

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Dwyane Wade had another memorable Playoff-game in his career, as he finished with 40 points and 5 steals, as the Heat did what everyone expected and swept the Bobcats in 3 games.

Wade added 8 rebounds and 6 assists to his 40 points, making it one of the best Playoff performances ever. His shooting percentages were off the chart, as it took just 17 shots to reach 40 points. Most of that is thanks to his foul shooting, earning 17 free throws and making 14.

Despite Wade's heroics, the hero-status can actually be placed on James White and Rashard Lewis. The two combined for 6 threes in the final quarter (White 4-5, Lewis 2-5) and the Bobcats were stunned. The had build a 14 point lead into the final quarter, but James White was unstoppable from down-town. 4 made threes are his career-high, beating his previous of 2.

However, coach Spoelstra drew the final play in regulation to D-Wade, who will get a screen and then either drive to the hoop or shoot a three-pointer. Haslem's screen was perfect and Raja Bell was stuck. Okafor didn't pick up D-Wade and he got a wide-open shot. He missed the shot and the game wnet into OT. Wade was 2-2 before the shot from deep.

White sat on the bench most of the overtime, but was subbed in late. He recieved an alley-oop from D-Wade, caught in while twisting in the air for a 180°. Charlotte's crows was stunned and dead quiet as Larry Brown called a time-out. The score was 133-130.

Brown drew up a magnificent play, which freed up Jason Kapono in the corner. He missed the shot and D-Wade grabbed his 8th rebound and scored his 39th and 40th point on free throws and finished the Bobcat squad.

The Pistons surprised the #4 seed Hawks to advance after 5 games and will face the Heat next. The Pistons are led by their good old Pistons Rasheed Wallace, Tayshaun Prince and Richard Hamilton. Amir Johnson has stepped up in the Playoffs as has Rodney Stuckey off the bench. Leading the attack is Allen Iverson.

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Dwyane Wade : 40 points, 6 assists, 8 rebounds, 5 steals, 12-17 FG, 2-3 3PT, 14-17 FT [POTG]
Rashard Lewis : 25 points, 9 rebounds, 6 assists, 11-23 FG
Rajon Rondo : 9 points, 3 assists, 4 rebounds, 2 steals,
Udonis Haslem : 16 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists, 8-9 FG
James White : 21 points, 8-9 FG, 4-5 3PT
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Raymond Felton : 33 points, 10 assists, 4 rebounds, 12-21 FG, 3-6 3PT, 6-6 FT
Emeka Okafor : 25 points, 9 rebounds, 2 blocks, 11-16 FG
Jason Kapono : 20 points, 5 assists, 7-12 FG, 3-6 3PT
Boris Diaw : 18 points, 4 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 blocks, 7-11 FG
Gerald Wallace : 10 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals


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FINAL RESULTS - 1ST ROUND

[1. HOU] - [8. LAL] (Rockets win 3-1)
[2. DEN] - [7. UTA] (Nuggets win 3-0)
[6. DAL] - [3. LAC] (Mavericks win 3-2)
[4. SAS] - [5. MEM] (Spurs win 3-1)

[1. MIA] - [8. CHA] (Heat win 3-0)
[2. CLE] - [7. CHI] (Cavaliers win 3-1)
[3. TOR] - [6. ORL] (Raptors win 3-0)

[5. DET] - [4. ATL] (Pistons win 3-2)
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Re: Heat | Wade scores 40 as Heat finish of Cats in OT.

Postby Clutch on Tue Aug 18, 2009 7:19 am

deeamn! what a siiick stat line - D-Wade is the MAN!
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Re: Heat | Wade scores 40 as Heat finish of Cats in OT.

Postby newc on Tue Aug 18, 2009 7:22 am

congrats on sweping the bobcats ;) i think you'll get past pistons easily
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Re: Re:

Postby Martti. on Tue Aug 18, 2009 7:42 am

Playoffs prediction contest!

* Pick correct winner for every series. (+ 3 points)
* Pick correct series outcome, as in how many games. (+ extra 3 points)
* Pick every series' leading scorer. (+ 3 points.)
* Correctly picked upset, as in lower seed beats higher. (+4 points)
* Every series special question bonus. (+ 3 points.)

First round results :


    Western Conference
    (1) Houston (20-9) VS (8) LA Lakers. (14-15)
    Outcome : Houston in 4
    Leading scorer : Ron Artest

    Bonus Question : Who will average more points - Tracy Mcgrady or Kobe Bryant?
    Answer : Tracy Mcgrady

    (4) San Antonio (20-9) VS (5) Memphis. (17-12)
    Outcome : San Antonio in 4
    Leading scorer : Rudy Gay

    Bonus Question : Will Lenny Crabman lead his team in scoring - yes or no?
    Answer : No.

    (3) LA Clippers (16-13) VS (6) Dallas. (15-14)
    Outcome : Mavericks in 5
    Leading scorer : Eric Gordon

    Bonus Question : Who will average more assists - Jason Kidd or Baron Davis?
    Answer : Jason Kidd

    (2) Denver (16-13) VS (7) Utah (15-14)
    Outcome : Nuggets in 3
    Leading scorer : Andrei Kirilenko

    Bonus Question : Who will average more rebounds - Carlos Boozer or Kenyon Martin?
    Answer : Carlos Booer

    Eastern Conference

    (1) Miami (22-7) VS (8) Charlotte. (14-15)
    Outcome : Heat in 3
    Leading scorer : Dwyane Wade

    Bonus Question : Will both Rashard Lewis and Dwyane Wade average over 20 PPG - yes or no?
    Answer : Yes.

    (4) Atlanta (17-12) VS (5) Detroit. (16-13)
    Outcome : Pistons in 5
    Leading scorer : Jermaine O'Neal

    Bonus Question : Who will average more blocks - Amir Johnson or Jermaine O'Neal?
    Answer : Amir Johnson

    (3) Torontos (16-13) VS (6) Orlando. (16-13)
    Outcome : Raptors in 3
    Leading scorer : Chris Bosh

    Bonus Question : Who will average more points - Chris Bosh or Dwight Howard?
    Answer : Chris Bosh

    (2) Cleveland (17-12) VS (7) Chicago (15-14)
    Outcome : Cavaliers in 4
    Leading scorer : Lebron James

    Bonus Question : Who will average more blocks - Tyrus Thomas or Josh Smith?
    Answer : Tyrus Thomas

Leaderboard :
() <- points scored in this round

1. thierryhenry50 - (36) = 264
2. ratrac - (43) = 259
3. C-77 - (62) = 227
4. puttincomputers - (27) = 178
5. -PeeBo - (0) = 176
6. Sit - (49) = 169
7. XpLosibo - (37) = 120
8. Oskar - (0) = 116
9. homicide1550 - (62) = 91

Next round lay-out coming soon, so hang on. :)
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Re: Heat | Wade scores 40 as Heat finish of Cats in OT.

Postby Martti. on Tue Aug 18, 2009 8:27 am

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Re: Heat | Wade scores 40 as Heat finish of Cats in OT / 6thMOTY

Postby Fresh8 on Tue Aug 18, 2009 3:27 pm

I didn't do too bad in the predictions. :)

Anyways, great work rounding out series. About time you posted an update! Come on man! My favorite dynasty!!!!
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Re: Re:

Postby Martti. on Tue Aug 18, 2009 8:51 pm

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Miami Heat (22-7) VS Detroit Pistons (16-13)
Season series : Miami leads 1-0 (@ MIA 100-96)

Stats comparison (Regular season) :

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C - Rasheed Wallace | 23.3 PPG | 8.2 RPG | 3.4 APG | 1.34 SPG | 1.76 BPG |
PF - Amir Johnson | 11.8 PPG | 8.1 RPG | 1.7 APG | 0.83 SPG | 2.07 BPG |
SF - Tayshaun Prince | 15.6 PPG | 7.0 RPG | 3.9 APG | 1.21 SPG | 1.69 BPG |
SG - Rip Hamilton | 15.0 PPG | 3.6 RPG | 5.0 APG | 1.34 SPG | 0.41 BPG |
PG - Allen Iverson | 12.3 PPG | 2.6 RPG | 6.1 APG | 1.46 SPG | 0.43 BPG |


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C - Michael Beasley | 17.0 PPG | 7.1 RPG | 2.7 APG | 1.00 SPG | 1.31 BPG |
PF - Rashard Lewis | 22.5 PPG | 7.1 RPG | 2.7 APG | 1.00 SPG | 1.31 BPG |
SF - Dorell Wright | 5.7 PPG | 2.3 RPG | 1.7 APG | 0.48 SPG | 0.21 BPG |
SG - Dwyane Wade | 22.2 PPG | 4.1 RPG | 6.3 APG | 2.03 SPG | 0.28 BPG |
PG - Rajon Rondo | 12.0 PPG | 3.2 RPG | 5.8 APG | 2.17 SPG | 0.34 BPG |



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Center : Michael Beasley VS Rasheed Wallace.

Michael Beasley struggled to contain Emeka Okafor, who led his team in scoring and achieved a double-double in 2 of 3 games they played, so the more experienced Wallace shouldn't be an easier match-up. Wallace plays a lot on the perimeter, which is no problem for Beasley, who got used to play SF earlier in the season, when Chandler and Haslem were the starters. Shooting-wise, Rasheed is even a better shooter then Beasley from distance, on terms of mid-range, Beasley should have the upper edge. Despite Wallace begin 36, he had a spectacular season as he averaged over 23 points a game, leading his experienced squad. Beasley should beat Wallace off the dribble, as he is 14 years younger. Both have their ups and downs, but as this stage, I believe that experience and a height advantage is more important.

Advantage : Detroit.

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Power Forward : Rashard Lewis VS Amir Johnson.

Amir Johnson started a full season for the first time in his career and did OK. The 24-year-old averaged a almost 12 points amd over 8 rebounds to go along with 2 blocks. So down-low at least, Lewis won't have an easy series against the young, defensive-oriented forward. But everywhere else, Lewis has the edge. Lewis' jumper is miles ahead of Johnson's, Lewis has more Playoff-experience. Amir has been in the Playoffs every year since joining the Pistons, but never played significant minutes. Amir has his work cut out for him, as Rashard Lewis isn't an easy opponent.

Advantage : Miami.

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Small Forward : Dorell Wright VS Tayshaun Prince

The Heat are trying to develop Wright into a bulkier Tayshaun Prince, as they've worked on shooting and defense with Wright. However, despite Wright's impressive play the last games, Prince has the advantage. He's much more experienced, a better defender, a better shooter from everywhere. Wright does have the athletic advantages. He's quicker, jumps a lot higher and is more muscular. He should grab more boards then Prince. But that wont do it.

Advantage : Detroit.

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Shooting Guard : Dwyane Wade VS Rip Hamilton

With Hamilton, it's unlikely that Wade scores 40 again in this series. Yes, Hamilton is 33 years old, but all these years add experience and Hamilton is more then familiar with D-Wade. When the two teams met this season, Wade scored 19 points. But at 29, Wade is better on defense then ever before in his career. He still has the quickness and like his hero Michael Jordan, he has added the 3-point shot to his repertoire. Wade should take of business on both ends of the court.

Advantage : Miami.

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Point Guard : Rajon Rondo VS Allen Iverson

Iverson is the starting point guard for the Pistons at 35, while Rodney Stuckey (25) finished 3rd in the 6th man of the Year award running. "The Answer" still has some tricks up his sleeve. He did average a career-low 12.3 points a game, but that's more then Rondo. He also shot better from everywhere then Rondo. However, Rondo is considered on of the best defenders in the league and also one of the quickest. So it's experience against youth and will. Take your pick.

Advantage : Even.

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Bench : Udonis Haslem, Mario Chalmers, James White, Jeff Foster VS Rodney Stuckey, Kwame Brown, Antonio McDyess and Arron Afflalo

Detroit has one of the deepest benches in the league next to Miami. Rodney Stuckey finished third in the best reserve award, Antonio Mcdyess is one of the best reserve big men with his experience, shooting and rebounding abilities, Kwame has become a decent reserve as he averaged 5.6 points and 4.4 rebounds. Afflalo is also on the list as he plays decent defense when Rip is on the bench. He averaged 3.1 points in 2011-12. Combined, the Heat have a +8 PPG advantage on these four players. Pit the whole bench together and the advantage increases to +11 PPG. Pistons biggest weakness is a back-up for Tayshaun Prince, as Mcdyess (!) has played that position at times and Tayshaun Prince averaged over 42 minutes this season.

Advantage : Miami.

Expert Picks :

Henry Abbott - Heat in 4
J.J Adande - Heat in 5
Chris Broussard - Heat in 4
Chad Ford - Heat in 3
John Hollinger - Pistons in 4
Tim Legler - Pistons in 5
Jalen Rose - Heat in 5
Chris Sheridan - Heat in 5
Marc Stein - Heat in 5
David Thorpe - Pistons in 5

Overall : Heat in 5.


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Playoffs prediction contest!

* Pick correct winner for every series. (+ 3 points)
* Pick correct series outcome, as in how many games. (+ extra 3 points)
* Pick every series' leading scorer. (+ 3 points.)
* Correctly picked upset, as in lower seed beats higher. (+4 points)
* Every series special question bonus. (+ 3 points.)

Here's the template :

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[b][size=125]Western Conference[/size][/b]

[b](1) Houston[/b] (20-9)  VS [b](4) San Antonio[/b] (20-9)
[b]Outcome :[/b]Your answer
[b]Leading scorer :[/b]Your answer

[b]Bonus Question : [/b]Who will average more steals - Manu Ginobili or Aaron Brooks?
[b]Answer :[/b]Your answer

[b](2) Denver[/b] (16-13)   VS [b](6) Dallas.[/b] (15-14)
[b]Outcome :[/b]Your answer
[b]Leading scorer :[/b]Your answer

[b]Bonus Question : [/b]Who will average more points - Jason Kidd or Chaunsey Billups?
[b]Answer :[/b]Your answer

[b][size=125]Eastern Conference[/size][/b]

[b](1) Miami[/b] (22-7)  VS [b](5) Detroit.[/b] (16-13)
[b]Outcome :[/b]Your answer
[b]Leading scorer :[/b]Your answer

[b]Bonus Question : [/b]Which big man will average more rebounds - Rasheed Wallace or Michael Beasley?
[b]Answer :[/b]Your answer

[b](3) Toronto[/b] (16-13)  VS [b](2) Cleveland[/b] (17-12)
[b]Outcome :[/b]Your answer
[b]Leading scorer :[/b]Your answer

[b]Bonus Question : [/b]Who will average more points - Chris Bosh or Lebron James?
[b]Answer :[/b]Your answer


And to help make these predictions, like the top scorers, here are the stats of each team :
Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4

Hope the predictions aren't too complicated and a lot of people participate! :)
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Re: Heat | Preview VS Pistons | Get your predictions in!

Postby Cartar on Tue Aug 18, 2009 9:53 pm

Western Conference

(1) Houston (20-9) VS (4) San Antonio (20-9)
Outcome : San Antonio in 5
Leading scorer : Yao Ming

Bonus Question : Who will average more steals - Manu Ginobili or Aaron Brooks?
Answer : Aaron Brooks

(2) Denver (16-13) VS (6) Dallas. (15-14)
Outcome : Denver in 5
Leading scorer : Nene

Bonus Question : Who will average more points - Jason Kidd or Chaunsey Billups?
Answer : Chauncey Billups

Eastern Conference

(1) Miami (22-7) VS (5) Detroit. (16-13)
Outcome : Miami in 5
Leading scorer : Dwyane Wade

Bonus Question : Which big man will average more rebounds - Rasheed Wallace or Michael Beasley?
Answer : Rasheed Wallace

(3) Toronto (16-13) VS (2) Cleveland (17-12)
Outcome : Toronto in 5
Leading scorer : LeBron James

Bonus Question : Who will average more points - Chris Bosh or Lebron James=
Answer : LeBron James

I guess San Antonio was too much for us, but we'll be better next year.
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