Staff predictions: Miami Heat vs. San Antonio Spurs

South Florida Sun Sentinel

Ira Winderman
Heat beat writer
Heat in 7 games

The Heat have shown that when pushed, they can push back even harder, especially when holding homecourt advantage. The Heat have not lost consecutive games since Jan. 8-Jan. 10. If they keep that up, they're NBA champions for a third time, including a second time in the Big Three era.


Shandel Richardson
Heat beat writer
Heat in 6 games
Hard to go against LeBron in his prime versus an aging Tim Duncan.


Dave Hyde
Heat in 6 games

San Antonio is a better team than Indiana, but also presents a better matchup for the Heat.


Keven Lerner
Online Sports Editor
Heat in 7 games

The Heat are poised to win a second straight championship and stop the Spurs from going a perfect 5 for 5 in the title round. LeBron James is determined to avenge a stinging 2007 Finals loss to the Spurs when his Cleveland Cavaliers were swept.


Greg Lee
Sports Editor
Heat in 7 games

LeBron James can officially begin his count of not 1, not 2, not......


Matt Lincoln
WPEC - Ch. 12, Sports Anchor
Heat in 6 games

Heat use athletic advantage to run Spurs ragged. I don't see LeBron letting them get pushed to the brink again.

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