Well the game is in San Antonio. Is there anyone else on the Heat's schedule in the next 10 games that has a shot at beating them? The Bulls maybe?
any of the next 4 probably
the games you worry about are the games you aren't excited about. playing a top team is usually easier than playing yet another bad team (that is still full of the best basketball players on earth)
I'm going away today and tomorrow so I won't get to watch any games, but Denver vs OKC tonight looks fun.
it's already the post-merger/modern NBA streak at 23
lakers won 33 straight vs the NBA, but the ABA was a separate league then but went 79-76 vs the NBA in exhibitions and dominated the 70s
lakers didn't even have to play half of the league or half the best teams
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I've been busy lately and haven't been able to catch games. Good thing tonight is only 3 games and none of them are on TNT, they're all on League Pass! But I'm done with this regular season anyway. 3 things to keep a track of for me:
1. I wanna see Miami extend this streak past 33. (Or whatever the fuck number it is.)
2. I wanna see Knicks and Nets both take a top 4 seed. That way they won't have to face each other until at least Semis.
3. I wanna see LAL make the playoffs.
Lebrauns teamates are very good, its hard to call him the mvp while on the heat.
Best player, but not most valuable.
He has the most points, rebounds, assists, steals, 2nd on blocks, 1st PPG,1st RPG, 1st APG, tied 1st SPG in his team, while shooting team best from the field. You know who is the other guy in the league doing that this year? I want to know too, as I'm pretty he is the only one.
He is the most valuable player for his team and in the league, your hate is blinding you and you can't see the undeniable truth.
But lets see his MVP enemies:
Tony Parker - a great player in a great team. They were 6-2 without him last 3 weeks.
Melo - great scorer, not that great in anything else, tho. Nicks are not that good, tho. They had a great start, but slowed down recently and I don't think they'l keep the 2nd spot.
Kobe - I'm sorry, but barely making playoffs - you can't be an MVP, lets be honest.
Durant - with Tony Parker the 3rd guy who can be a real MVP contender, but, again, LeBron is just that much better, showed it in the both games this season.
CP3 - great player in mediocre team, they are not that good agains the real championship contenders, and trowing aley-oops all game long is the best thing in the team.. zone defense gonna kill them.
One more thing - you say that his teammates (lebron's that is) are so good, but that is easy, as HE is way to good. He is making shity players shine, and good players - great. Mo Williams was allstar!