Monday, May 7, 2012
Saturday, May 5, 2012
I am shocked by the Bulls' latest injury to Joakim Noah. Hopefully this injury won't scare Chicago, because they've played so well with many injuries in the regular season. Anyway, the Bulls lost Game 3. They still have another chance to do well. I'm not totally surprised by Boston's win in Game 3. I am frankly shocked that the small and talented Denver Nuggets ran over the bigger and giant L.A. Lakers.
Friday, May 4, 2012
The Bulls will win Game 3 against Philadelphia. Boston will win Game 3 and Rajon Rondo returns in his suspension from Game 1. The L.A. Lakers will take Game 3 in Denver. There is no match for Denver to physically contain and guard Andrew Bynum and Pau Gasol.
I am not surprised to see the Miami Heat up 3-0 on the New York Knicks. I was hoping that the Knicks would steal a game or two. I am frankly surprised to see the defending champion Dallas Mavericks down 3-0 to the young Oklahoma City Thunder. However, the series isn't over yet and there is still plenty of NBA basketball to be played. Dallas can still win Game 4. I am not surprised either by the San Antonio Spurs' 2-0 lead over Utah. I don't think Utah has a chance against the veteran and more experienced Spurs. Indiana is up 2 games to 1 against the Orlando Magic, and I think Indiana has a better chance of advancing, because the Pacers are more talented and have a better bench than Orlando has. I still like the Spurs' chances of winning 16 playoff games, including the NBA Finals.
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
I think the New York Knicks will be without Amare Stoudemire, because of what he did to his left hand. What a shame. If anything, the Knicks will miss Stoudemire's shooting ability and they will rely more on Carmelo Anthony's offense more than ever. Today's games, I expect the Sixers to make a furious rally after a Game 1 loss to the Bulls. I see Chicago pulling out a win in Game 2. I see the Celtics making a run in Game 2 against the Atlanta Hawks and Boston winning this crucial game. I want to see the L.A. Lakers pound the Denver Nuggets again on the boards in Game 2. I think the Lakers will take Game 2.