NBA Conference Final Game 7 Predictions: King LeBron James Remains Uncrowned, Celtics Beat Miami Heat

By Tadashi

The Top 10 reasons the Celtics will win game 7 against the Heat in the NBA Eastern Conference Final and have the chance to win their 18th NBA championship against the “manic-depressive” Young Turks from Oklahoma.

10.  King Lebron, even in his prime at age 27, will not play another superhuman, virtually complete game, back to back with only one day’s rest.

9.  In game six, the Heat’s other four starters took only 36 shots and made 14. They will have butterflies and will be rusty in game seven.

8.  Miami’s bench made only six baskets in game 6, so they will also have butterflies and will also be rusty in game seven.

7.  Kevin Garnett, the soft-spoken giant, direct-from-high school superstar, now at 38, has too much pride to go down without a fight.

6.  I predict the coach will not have Paul Pierce guard Lebron so Pierce will relax on his step-back jump shot; and Paul will be able to drive without fear of accumulating too many fouls.

5.  Doc Rivers will use the 15 foul approach on Lebron, breaking his rhythm and sending him to the foul line, repeatedly, to break his concentration, break the flow of the game and break the fans’ incessant cheering.

4.  The ghost of Bill Russell, with his goatee and left-handed block shot, will push the Celtics to a win.

3.  The ghost of Larry Bird and his quick-reaction steal with 5 seconds left against Detroit in 1986 will also push the Celtics to a win.

2.  The ghost of coach Red Auerbach will also prevail especially since Red always got his Cuban cigars in Miami. Cigars Red always smoked in the fourth quarter when a game was well in hand.

But the number one reason I predict the Celtics will beat the Miami Heat in game seven is…

1.  Mom is always right… and of the two greatest NBA moms currently cheering for their sons, I would choose Ray Allen’s mom, by an eyelash, over the grinning, winning face of Kevin Durant’s mom.  Celtics 95 Heat 93.

Watch for Tadashi’s prediction of the NBA Championship Game One after Saturday night.

10 Responses to "NBA Conference Final Game 7 Predictions: King LeBron James Remains Uncrowned, Celtics Beat Miami Heat"

  1. ushan   June 9, 2012 at 4:39 pm

    Boston Celtics must beat the Heats in game 7

    Go Celtics

    OKC and Boston finals

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  2. sven Van Cleemput   June 9, 2012 at 12:13 pm

    First of all, I don’t care who wins. Both teams have given us a beautifull series.
    2nd it’s in Miami so #2,3 and 4 will not have an impact. And how can you talk about ghosts when Bird and Russel are still alive?

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  3. ru4real   June 9, 2012 at 11:44 am

    For those of you who are not able to interpret figurative language, the author is using a metaphor-NBA Finals. That is when you call one thing, something else. He is doing that here to express feelings about the hype and intensity created ONLY, this post season, by the Celtics and the Heat match-up.
    The use of the NBA Finals metaphor throughout the text coupled with his “ghostly ” support, might cause a seasoned reader to take this article “tongue in cheek ” (more figurative language) .
    Figurative language is a somewhat higher level comprehension skill…so let’s try some literal…who does the author want to win tonight?

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  4. hbruno   June 9, 2012 at 11:36 am

    Heh, I assume the author means the Thunder won’t offer much resistance to the Celtics should they win game 7, so they will have the championship in hand. I agree somewhat and hope this article is correct. Because I like the Celtics and their experience vs. the overhyped 2-man Heat and the youth of OKC. KG is greatness that Lebron can’t even dream about, even if he scores 100 someday

    After tonight Lebron will have not 1, not 2, not 3…

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  5. Angel   June 9, 2012 at 11:17 am

    All of the above being true, this dummy obviously forgot a player named Bosh whom will be ready to rock and pick up any slack

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  6. Howard Roark   June 9, 2012 at 11:12 am

    Hahaha! How can they even post this article it is full of errors it’s so funny…

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  7. Jay   June 9, 2012 at 11:01 am

    Is it just me, or do none of these reasons make any sort of sense?????

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  8. Alex   June 9, 2012 at 10:59 am

    Seriously who wrote this ignorant article? KG is 36 not 38. And like mentioned above this is a conference finals NOT the NBA finals! And your main arguments for the Celtics beating Miami tonight are because of 3 ghosts and a mother? Really? Oh god why…..

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  9. What?   June 9, 2012 at 10:55 am

    It’s the conference finals, not the championship, you buffoon.

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  10. Dan Livermore   June 9, 2012 at 10:50 am

    This is not the NBA finals. This is game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals. The winner will play the Oklahoma City Thunder in the NBA Championship.

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