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Heat at Spurs Game 5 Pick

After a second consecutive embarrassing loss at home in the NBA Finals in which the Miami Heat never had much of a chance, the Heat have entered uncharted territory.

Having lost back-to-back postseason games for the first time since the 2012 Eastern Conference finals, the Heat find themselves on the verge of elimination after losing Game 4 of the NBA Finals to the San Antonio Spurs.

Spurs at Heat Game 4 Pick

In Game 3 of the NBA Finals, the San Antonio Spurs made 19 of its first 21 shots and shot a finals-record 75.8 percent in the first half. That’s all that was needed en route to their 111-92 victory over the Miami Heat.

Now, up 2-1 over the two-time defending NBA champions, the Spurs find themselves in the same position they were in just one year ago, after a 36-point victory in Game 3 of the 2013 NBA Finals. The Spurs are well aware how the rest of that series played out.

Spurs at Heat Game 3 Pick

Neither leg cramps nor the San Antonio Spurs was stopping LeBron James from an immortal performance during Game 2 of the 2014 NBA Finals.

After making headlines for his self-imposed exit during the fourth quarter of Game 1, James silenced his critics with an awe-inspiring performance that sent his team back to Miami with the NBA Finals tied at one game apiece following a 98-96 victory over the Spurs on Sunday at AT&T Center.

Heat at Spurs Game 2 Pick

The Heat, in more ways than one, were no match for the San Antonio Spurs in Game 1 of the 2014 NBA Finals.

Overcoming 22 turnovers and sweltering temperatures, the Spurs extended their NBA-record to eight straight home playoff wins by 15 or more points with a 110-95 victory over the Miami Heat.

Heat at Spurs Game 1 Pick

The San Antonio Spurs are certainly ready for their “Drive for Five”. Apparently, Tony Parker is too.

Averaging 17.2 points and 4.9 assists per game during the postseason, leading San Antonio in both categories, Parker’s health has been one of the issues surrounding the Spurs heading into the NBA Finals.

Heat vs Spurs – Series Preview & Pick

For the first time since Michael Jordan’s Bulls defeated the Utah Jazz in 1997 and 1998, a pair of teams will face off in back to back NBA Finals. Players will be looking to add to their legacies, and basketball will be on center stage as the NBA’s best collide.

As the Spurs look to exact revenge on the Heat, the Heat are looking to put their stamp on the basketball world as the NBA’s next dynasty. For 12 months, we wanted a rematch. Now, the wait is finally over.

Spurs at Thunder Game 6 Pick

Back at the AT&T Center, the San Antonio Spurs felt right at home.

With a 117-89 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday night, now leading 3-2 in the Western Conference finals, the Spurs can return to the NBA Finals with a victory on Saturday night. But in order to do so, the Spurs must win one game on the road.

Pacers at Heat Game 6 Pick

Paul George’s Game 5 performance reminded us why he was once considered an MVP candidate during the regular season.

Putting his team on his back late in the game by scoring 31 points in the second half, George’s epic shot making and hot hand has given the Indiana Pacers some life, cutting the series total to 3-2.

Thunder at Spurs Game 5 Pick

Not that long ago, the San Antonio Spurs blew a 2-0 lead against the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference finals two years ago. Well, after a second consecutive dominating performance from the Thunder, after getting blown out in the first two games, the Spurs are in danger of another historic collapse.

Heat at Pacers Game 5 Pick

Chris Bosh started Game 4 with eight straight points. LeBron James finished it.

Now, the Miami Heat, who are 13-3 in closeout games since the 2011 postseason is one game away from eliminating the Indiana Pacers for the second consecutive year in the Eastern Conference finals. Unlike last season where this series went the distance, the Pacers appear to be no match for the two-time defending champions.