NBA Finals Game 5 Replay Stream Free: Twitter Reactions, Heat Vs. Spurs 2015 ‘Tete-A-Tete’?
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# are the 2014 NBA Champions!
The NBA finals game 5 series was the 13th rematch between the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs. The Spurs won the NBA final 104-87 leaving Miamin in the ‘heat.’ Kawhi Leonard was the most valuable player of the match.
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Kawhi Leonard (17.8 PPG (61.2% FG), 6.4 RPG, 1.6 SPG) is the 2014 #NBAFinals MVP 8:02 PM – 15 Jun 2014 5,011 Retweets 3,045 favorites
It may not sound very easy but the possibility that these teams collide again in the NBA 2015 finals is a distinct prediction. However, teams like the Denver Nuggets, New Orleans Pelicans and L.A. Lakers are all waiting for their chance at the final provided that they have some fortune next season from injuries.
Among other complications at the Heat camp, Norris Cole is the sole surviver from this season, i.e. he will be the only player returning from the NBA 2014 roster. So, Miami have a huge job of orienting its new players toward the Miami game-play. Not to mention, Miami’s star players Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh, who have a deadline of June 29 to terminate their contracts. They can opt for free agency, following that.
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“LeBron James is a great player, a great competitor, a class act. I know he’s feeling what we felt last year.” – Gregg Popovich #LIVEonSC 8:25 PM – 15 Jun 2014 4,246 Retweets 4,562 favorites
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Kawhi Leonard, the 2014 #NBAFinals MVP! 8:04 PM – 15 Jun 2014 12,761 Retweets 9,752 favorites
ESPN’s Marc Stein expects both Tim Duncan, 38, and Manu Ginobili ,37, to return to the Spurs in 2015, aging players could theoretically fade ‘into the sunset.’ Ginobili has been touted as ‘the real Messi,’ but the Argentine may not be able to perform better next season.
A ‘3-match’ prediction for 2015 NBA finals between Heat and Spurs is history in the making in an of itself and it would be a precedent for teams to do the same in the future. That’s what makes the Heat, Spurs ‘tete-a-tete’ tantalizing, notes NBA’s lead writer Josh Martin via Becher Report.