The 2013 NBA Finals have arrived as the Miami Heat take on the San Antonio Spurs. There are many reasons why the two teams have proved worthy of playing in the NBA Finals. There are also six reasons why the Miami Heat will win in six games.
So you might be thinking, the Heat are the better team because they have LeBron James, Dewayne Wade, and Chris Bosh. Yes, true, but the other players for the Heat are going to make this a double crown of glory for the Miami Heat. The big three will gain the attention of the Spurs, leaving many opportunities for the rest of the Heat’s players to contribute in huge ways for success.
Let’s not take for granted what the Spurs did against the Memphis Grizzlies bringing out the brooms in a four game sweep. Yes, this is true, but what do you do with all the time waiting to play the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals? Wait and over think, watch and get rusty as the dusty desert sand leaves their feet wobbling on the basketball court, calling it overheating.
Meanwhile, Gregg Popovich the head coach of the Spurs is probably analyzing how the Heat beat the Pacers in seven games as the game plan begins for his team, but will it be enough to win, no. Why, because the Heat have the momentum on their side as head coach Erik Spoelstra of the Heat has the recipe for the title, which is being one step ahead of the Spurs even when they are behind in the Finals. The Heat have the instinct for winning in these situations as we saw last season.
Now lets talk free throws. Always vital in the game. Yes, this often determines the outcome of games late especially in the fourth quarter. Also, fouls and foul trouble. Keeping the Miami Heat and their stars in the game as often as possible, especially when the game is on the line is clutch to winning the NBA Finals in six games. Even so, their talent is capable of keeping the Spurs on their feet much of the time as their intent will be getting the Heat in foul trouble early.
So why am I so confident the Miami Heat will take this in six games against the San Antonio Spurs. Simple, when it comes to a championship team it all comes down to the team that knows how to win, is gelled with its teammates, knows how to keep the fans fanatical, plays strong all four quarters, makes the proper half time adjustments and has the MVP on their team, This being the player with the number six, LeBron James.
Call it as you see it as both teams are highly talented, but the team that keeps its composure and focus will be victorious. In my view this is the Miami Heat in six.