Boston just HAD to go and fall asleep in the second half, didn't they? A Miami/New York match would have gone right down to the wire and I could have done my happy dance watching LeBron go out in the first round.
Bulls in four Heat in five Celtics in six Magic in five
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-Bulls in 4. Thanks for showing up, Indy. -Heat in 6. I'm still not totally convinced Miami can just roll over a playoff team that easily. Phily will give them a tough time. -Celtics in 5. Why so many people here in NY think the Knicks have a chance is beyond me. The Celtics won all 4 regular season games between the two, NY's D is awful, and Carmelo is severely overrated as a playoff performer (7 times his team has made the playoffs and only once have they gone past the 1st round). Boston may be old and hurt but NY is still no match for them. -Magic in 6. There's nothing compelling about Atlanta to ever want me to pick them. I know they've made the playoffs the last couple of years and have made it extremely difficult for teams to get by them, but I just can't ever see them actually winning a playoff series.
Well, even I didn't expect the Pacers to have given the Bulls a run for their money in Games 1 and 2. Hope Collison can get back for Game 3.
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I figure the reason why Pollard isn't playing much in the series is because having to defend Nowitzki at the arc would take away a rebounding presence. My question is, why did Adelman stick to an 8-man rotation when he has a very deep team?