Re: After much deliberation, I can't see how Cleveland doesn't take this in 5
Originally Posted by HardBodyThug
Let me first start off by asking Jeff to not ban me for making this thread like he did for the Pistons match-up. To this day, I can't remember the last poster to get banned for being right.
But as far as this match-up goes, I know most of you are looking at this title and laughing your ass off. But I just want you all to understand I put great thought and deliberation into these series match-ups. That's why I see Cleveland coming out on top in 5 so clearly. Just think about it.
What other way could LeBron cement himself as a once-in-a-lifetime athlete other than not only beating a three-time champ, but to dominate them along the way. I really feel the "next level" light has gone off with this guy. He was already great, but here is where he becomes epic.
This series is where his name will become recognizable across nation upon nation. To say he will become an uber star will be a vast understatement. Never in his career has he not exceeded expectations. Never. And when you consider the amount of fanfare he's already received for his career, that's a very telling comment.
Look for the Cavs to split the first two games in San Antonio, only to come to Cleveland and close them out in three memorable home games.
I mean, what other way could this go down when bringing a championship to a city that's been title starving for the better part of 45 years. Yes, there can be no other way, people. No other way.
With all this being said, I would like to thank, in advance, the Cavs organnization for restoring a championship lore that's been missing here for so long. It's been frustrating sometimes, but never dull all the time. Congradulations to the Cleveland Cavaliers, 2006-2007 NBA World Champions. Wow.