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Dark_Lord_2008 said:
The Cavs will sweep Raptors and they will sweep the ECF over the tired Celtics or Wizards.
The Warriors will sweep the Jazz and they will sweep the Spurs in the WCF.
My NBA Finals prediction: The Cavs will sweep the Warriors for a perfect 16-0 record. Cavs back to back is easy money and they will win sweep their way to it too.

I don't know about that but it would be awesome.  Well anyway LeBron has elven playoff sweeps now which is two more then Tim Ducan.



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Dark_Lord_2008 said:
The Cavs will sweep Raptors and they will sweep the ECF over the tired Celtics or Wizards.
The Warriors will sweep the Jazz and they will sweep the Spurs in the WCF.
My NBA Finals prediction: The Cavs will sweep the Warriors for a perfect 16-0 record. Cavs back to back is easy money and they will win sweep their way to it too.

I can definitely see the Cavs sweeping any pretender in the East.

Not sure about the WCF or Finals sweep prediction.



tiffac said:
Dark_Lord_2008 said:
The Cavs will sweep Raptors and they will sweep the ECF over the tired Celtics or Wizards.
The Warriors will sweep the Jazz and they will sweep the Spurs in the WCF.
My NBA Finals prediction: The Cavs will sweep the Warriors for a perfect 16-0 record. Cavs back to back is easy money and they will win sweep their way to it too.

I can definitely see the Cavs sweeping any pretender in the East.

Not sure about the WCF or Finals sweep prediction.

Yeah I can't see Golden State sweeping either the Spurs or the Rockets in the Western Conference Finals.  As for the Easter Conference Finals even though they wouldn't have home court I can see the Cavs easily sweeping the Celtics and even though they would have home court I could see them loose at least one game against the Wizards.



Chris Hu said:
tiffac said:

I can definitely see the Cavs sweeping any pretender in the East.

Not sure about the WCF or Finals sweep prediction.

Yeah I can't see Golden State sweeping either the Spurs or the Rockets in the Western Conference Finals.  As for the Easter Conference Finals even though they wouldn't have home court I can see the Cavs easily sweeping the Celtics and even though they would have home court I could see them loose at least one game against the Wizards.

The East is so bad that I can't even see the Wizards winning one against the Cavs hahaha

It will be a miracle for any East team to beat the Cavs in the post season.



tiffac said:
Chris Hu said:

Yeah I can't see Golden State sweeping either the Spurs or the Rockets in the Western Conference Finals.  As for the Easter Conference Finals even though they wouldn't have home court I can see the Cavs easily sweeping the Celtics and even though they would have home court I could see them loose at least one game against the Wizards.

The East is so bad that I can't even see the Wizards winning one against the Cavs hahaha

It will be a miracle for any East team to beat the Cavs in the post season.

That'd be pretty sad, if no team in the east is able to win a single game against the Cavaliers.



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Spurs smash the Rockets by 39 points in the 6th and Final game to win the series 4-2 to set up WCVF match up with the Warriors. The Rockets gave up early in this game and were blown apart by almost 40 points in front of their home fans in Houston. The Rockets need to Harden up and come back next year to make up for this humilating defeat. 



The Spurs should at least win one game against the Warriors.  That Spurs win today was very impressive since they did it without Leonard and Parker.



What happened to James Harden in that Final Game? Was there something slipped into James drink pre-match? 2/11 FG, 10 points and 6 turnovers. Harden waited until midway through the second quarter to take his first shot attempt and the game was already lost.



Man LeBron is gonna kill Boston (or longshot Washington).

Really, there's only three impressive looking, top tier teams in the league this year (as far as playoff performance is concerned): Warriors, Spurs, and Cavs. I just hope the Spurs are able to compete with the Warriors so that the next round isn't a snoozefest.

The only threat to the Cavs: Boston getting through and Olynyk injuring a few of their players. Still, if LeBron isn't one of them (and I'm not terribly convinced he CAN be injured), Cavs would win series.



Lebron James is the G.O.A.T. Jordan needed Pippen to win his NBA titles. James makes his support players play better.