Game 7 between the Heat and the Celtics is unpredictable.
MIAMI-Will LeBron James continues to shake the various monkeys off his back? Will Chris Bosh step-up? Does this aging Boston Celtics group have one last run in them?
These amongst other questions and combinations hang over the most anticipated Game 7 in some time like a stormy cloud.
Let’s face truths here. Life will not be the same for the Celtics after this year. Life will really not be the same for the Heat if they don’t win this one.
The pressure is so thick that only the strongest can survive it. And in this situation, the currency of strength is mental not physical.
Predictions at this point are pure guesses of the flip-a-coin variety. We all have our ideal winners in this one but the reality is both of these groups have a lot on the line and they are both capable of roaring back and walking away the victor.
What we should hope to witness is a game for the ages. This contest will have more eyes on it than perhaps any other this season.
For the game of basketball, it will do wonderful things if we get a performance out of both teams that is worth the headlines.
Yes, you the reader would love to be able to go into the third quarter without having to eat a roll of antacids during halftime.
The thing is that it would certainly be anti-climatic for this to end with a beating either way.
Game 6 really doesn’t matter as this series is not akin to what went down between the Spurs and the Thunder.
The blood in the water is very personal between these two teams and regardless of the outcome this will be the last time we see these two line-ups do battle in this fashion.
You have your team and yes I do have mine that I don’t reveal when I write these things. All that should be said now is that may the best men win, because this one is it.