NBA Finals: Game 7 Predictions


Jun 18, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (6) reacts to a no foul call against the San Antonio Spurs during overtime in game six in the 2013 NBA Finals at American Airlines Arena. The Heat won 103-100 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

Well folks, the time has come! Believe it or not, the NBA Finals are indeed headed to a Game 7, which will be the last game of the NBA season without a doubt. It’s been a great series so far, which neither team has won a back-to-back game. Both have had dominating performances, and it’s all going to go end tonight as the Spurs face the Heat in Miami

“In Miami? The Spurs are going to lose!” Don’t be so sure, now. The Spurs are a great team, and unlike the Oklahoma City Thunder last year, they’re a bit more motivated to win it all, considering that the series is tied. With that being said, many, of course, want to see LeBron James lose and head back to Cleveland in free agency. Others, however, like the Heat’s perseverance, and want to see Dwyane Wade notch his third championship.

The Spurs, on the other hand, are on the verge of falling out of their flow. They’re likely to make the playoffs next season, of course, but a championship may be a bit of stretch, especially with so many injuries this season. Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginobli are all deserving of one last ring till their quest comes to an end.

Both teams deserve it, but which team is going to win it? Again, it’s been a hard fought series, and the Heat may have been very lucky towards the end of Game 6, but that’s just the way things are in the Finals. The Spurs had their chance, and now it’s all or nothing for both basketball teams, and rest assured, they’re all going to come up big.

Here, we 58% of us predicted that the Heat were going to be NBA Champions.

Now in the very last game of the series, we’re going to see if majority of us were wrong or right. If you don’t watch this game tonight, although you have the chance, then you’re not a true NBA fan!

Personally, I think that the Heat are going to try and pull away early, but the Spurs are just too good and experienced to let that happen. If this was Game 6 and the Heat were leading 3-2, I would say they win it. The Heat, however, have never played in a Game 7 of the Finals, so again, it’s going to be interesting.

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