This is mainly seen from a betting perspective, but all you had to do was watch game 1 of each series and you could predict how most of the other games would fall.
In the pacers series, the heat eeked out game 1, then went on to lose games 2, 4, 6, and cover every game following a loss.
The heat lost a close game 1 vs. spurs, but then went on to win & cover last night.
Since the finals series is different with 3 games in a row in SAN, it could be different.....but it seems awfully predictable that the heat will lose game 3, then come back to cover and win in game 4, lose 5, win & cover 6. Game 7 I wouldn't wanna bet on.
Mr. Wayne LSU Fan House of Black and White Member since Feb 2008 8062 posts
re: Anyone find the pacers/heat & spurs/heat series to be very predictable?(Posted by Mr. Wayne on 6/10/13 at 1:33 pm to WinnPtiger)
I think he discovered a secret pattern that displays that 2 of the best teams in the NBA, when faced against each other, sometimes results in 7 game series. But not all the time because sometimes it's a 2-3-2 format. I just went crosseyed.