And with Dallas annihilating Houston in Game 7, that means the Mavs and Suns in what should be an entertaining series.
Ouch, that game was brutal. The Pacers/Celtics score was lopsided too, but until the fourth quarter it was still very much in doubt. But Dallas could have rolled out Dirk Nowitzki and Four Guys Who Suck for the fourth quarter and still won by at least 20.
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Don't get me wrong. I would prefer if LeBron stayed in Cleveland. He has a better chance to win a championship, IMO, and I think he will be far more valued in Cleveland & the mid-west than he would in NY.