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Old 05-11-2011, 10:39 PM   #16
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Default Re: ECF: Chicago Bulls vs Miami Heat

Heat in 4. Maybe 5. I want the Bulls to win but i can't imagine their defense stopping Wade, Lebron, and all the open role players that will be free as a result of the attention on Miami's three.
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Old 05-11-2011, 10:40 PM   #17
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Fair enough, I wouldn't be surprised if Chicago lost to Miami.

Even as a Chicago fan I didn't expect them to get 62 wins and the 1 overall seed. I still think they are a SG away from being able to be a dominate team year in and year out.

But they've beaten the Heat this year, so it's not like it'd be some OMG WTF moment if they actually won.

I can agree with this. Miami needs to play Chicago to avoid major criticism if they
do win, and I think they will.

I still plan on a 7 game series if DRose plays it right but if he channels his inner
Kobe/Westbrook it could be over quick.

Granted, Chicago's defense is > the Celtics so we'll see.
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Old 05-11-2011, 10:41 PM   #18
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Default Re: Analyze a potential Chicago Bulls vs Miami Heat ECF matchup

I'm going to have to say bulls in 7 (being bias) HCA will definitely help them and I believe Bulls will play their A-game against Mia, like they usually do. For some reason the Bulls play down on less competitive teams, like in the reg season. Im excited, but we should beat ATL tomorrow first
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Old 05-11-2011, 10:41 PM   #19
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Default Re: Analyze a potential Chicago Bulls vs Miami Heat ECF matchup

I don't see it. Boston played a damn near perfect game up to the last few minutes, held Miami to ridiculous low fg%, Miami missed tons of free throws, and still won.

Miami knows that Rose is Chicago's engine.

Rose will not get that parades into the lane without having to think about from laying on the floor.

Once Miami took Rondo away, game, set, match.

I see them doing the same to Rose.
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Old 05-11-2011, 10:43 PM   #20
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Default Re: Analyze a potential Chicago Bulls vs Miami Heat ECF matchup

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I'm going to have to say bulls in 7 (being bias) HCA will definitely help them and I believe Bulls will play their A-game against Mia, like they usually do. For some reason the Bulls play down on less competitive teams, like in the reg season. Im excited, but we should beat ATL tomorrow first


Bulls in 6


but Rose FG% better go up
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Old 05-11-2011, 10:44 PM   #21
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Default Re: Analyze a potential Chicago Bulls vs Miami Heat ECF matchup

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I don't see it. Boston played a damn near perfect game up to the last few minutes, held Miami to ridiculous low fg%, Miami missed tons of free throws, and still won.

Miami knows that Rose is Chicago's engine.

Rose will not get that parades into the lane without having to think about from laying on the floor.

Once Miami took Rondo away, game, set, match.

I see them doing the same to Rose.

umm... Rose >>>>>>> Rondo
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Default Re: Analyze a potential Chicago Bulls vs Miami Heat ECF matchup

its going to game 7 thats for sure. last 4 minutes of game 7 will be wade and rose trading baskets, And i think rose comes out on top just because it has been his year.
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Old 05-11-2011, 10:45 PM   #23
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Default Re: Analyze a potential Chicago Bulls vs Miami Heat ECF matchup

Well the Bulls did sweep the regular season matchups, so its not gonna be an easy trip for Miami.
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Old 05-11-2011, 10:49 PM   #24
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Default Re: Analyze a potential Chicago Bulls vs Miami Heat ECF matchup

I ****ing hate Boozer. So with that said, he actually plays really well against Bosh. So I expect him to show up as the third option occasionally. That aside, the Bulls still have the best point guard in the game, have a terrific rotation of bigs both of which give Miami problems, and given that the Chicago bigs are better than the ones Boston brought out...I'm confident there. Because Boston played nowhere NEAR their best basketball, and IMO the Heat played about 90% of their potential this series.

I still know Bronzy will murder Deng as he always does. But having Rose, and Brewer to throw against Wade, combined with the fact Wade is going to be guarding Rose, and Rose won in both of their shoot outs I'm more than confident he can outscore Wade or at the worst make pace. Plus the Bulls have homecourt and have only lost there 6 times all season including the playoffs.

I think Miami will win a couple, but in all honesty, I 100% expect Chicago to win.
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Default Re: Analyze a potential Chicago Bulls vs Miami Heat ECF matchup

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Well the Bulls did sweep the regular season matchups, so its not gonna be an easy trip for Miami.
Playoffs are a whole different ballgame. The Heat have an advantage in every single position except point guard. Slow Rose down a bit, which the Heat can certainly do, and the Bulls are done.

Heat in 5, at most, 6. I wouldn't be shocked to see a sweep, though.
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Default Re: Analyze a potential Chicago Bulls vs Miami Heat ECF matchup

I got Miami in 6. Bulls still 1 player away and this is the series that confirms it.
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Playoffs are a whole different ballgame. The Heat have an advantage in every single position except point guard. Slow Rose down a bit, which the Heat can certainly do, and the Bulls are done.

Heat in 5, at most, 6. I wouldn't be shocked to see a sweep, though.

the only position miami beats the bulls in is the 2 and 3. And bulls have a better bench then the heat do. I think to go from bulls proving that they beat miami 3 times in a row and then saying the heat can win in 5 or 6...your underestimating the bulls.
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the only position miami beats the bulls in is the 2 and 3. And bulls have a better bench then the heat do. I think to go from bulls proving that they beat miami 3 times in a row and then saying the heat can win in 5 or 6...your underestimating the bulls.

Bosh > Boozer.
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Playoffs are a whole different ballgame. The Heat have an advantage in every single position except point guard. Slow Rose down a bit, which the Heat can certainly do, and the Bulls are done.

Heat in 5, at most, 6. I wouldn't be shocked to see a sweep, though.

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Miami is undefeated at home in the playoffs.
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