taistreetsmyhero

June 18th, 2013 at 11:55 PM ^

willed Miami back into this game single-handedly, then Wade came in and ruined everything. And then Tony Parker swagged out. And then LeBron, and then the missed FT, and then vintage Ray. Wow.

ijohnb

June 19th, 2013 at 10:25 AM ^

get over how much Wade's game has declined in the last year.  It may be all injury related, or it may be because he and Lebron are as bad as a fit together as I originally thought, but he looks lost.  He can't initiate his own offense and just dribbles around, afraid to do anything.  i don't think he is happy with his role on the team, or for that matter really knows what that role is.  I don't know his contract situation, but he looks suspiciously like a really unhappy basketball player out there.

taistreetsmyhero

June 18th, 2013 at 11:58 PM ^

It would seem people are too busy telling themselves the NBA sucks to care about one of the greatest basketball games I've ever watched...

Edit:  nvm just trigger happy

B-Nut-GoBlue

June 19th, 2013 at 3:05 AM ^

I actually called Tony Parker Trey Burke-esque when he tied it up with that killer three with under 2 minutes and then to take the lead with that shot in the lane.  Then the game went into OT, continuing the Michigan-KU game trend.  Then Miami won the analogy failed.  And yea, Ray Allen with yet again another clutch shot, wow.

B-Nut-GoBlue

June 19th, 2013 at 3:19 AM ^

Point taken, but the NBA played like the NBA of the 80s and 90s can be viewed in my household any day.  If those days are on the horizon, and the game today is somewhat returning to that, I'll someday watch the NBA on a consistent basis.  Baby steps.  But games like tonight are baby leaps.

NOLA Wolverine

June 19th, 2013 at 12:09 AM ^

I hate that they even need to review plays like that. I mean really? Was the initial conclusion that the ball jettisoned off into the stands as a delayed reaction to Danny Green toching the ball while falling backwards?