We have just witnessed one of the most lopsided NBA Finals wins by the San Antonio Spurs in the modern era of the NBA. Outside of missing 4 FTS in game 2, the Big Three of the Miami Heat probably should have been sweep. The smallest margin of victory for the Spurs in this series was 15 points. D. Wade was outplayed by not only Tony Parker, but the back up Patty Mills. And Chris Bosh was a total non-factor.
Lets be clear here. The San Antonio Spurs and their dominance should be the story. This franchise is the model of consistency. 17 straight years in the playoffs. 5 Championships during that time. Developed Tim Duncan, who is unquestionably the best power forward to ever play the game. Yet, what will be the real story going forward? What do Lebron James and the Miami Heat do next? Will the big three (I'm ready to stop calling them that), all opt-in? Will an aging D. Wade be willing to take less money at the end of his career to rebuild the team? Has Bosh had enough of the criticism that comes with South Beach? Has Lebron had enough of being a total workhorse? At what about that atrocious bench play?
We're going to produce a special show today as we review the NBA Finals. We'll talk about the future of the Heat, the league and break down the dominance of the Spurs.
Its our host Miguel Lloyd, with Keith Reed and you! Jump off social media and jump in the conversation!
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