The absolute ultimate game in basketball is about to be played tonight, so we bring you the most accurate 2013 NBA Finals Game 7 predictions for Heat v Spurs. It does not get any bigger than this. Personal legacies are about to be decided in this one. The Spurs let Game 6 slip through their fingers as they had a five point lead with just under 20 seconds left but two miraculous threes by LeBron and Ray-of-Life Allen tied the result to bring the over time in which Miami fought back once again to finally win and extend their season for a couple of days. Without a doubt, Game 6 will go down as one of the greatest ever in the history of NBA Finals, so we can only imagine what’s about to come in Game 7.
There are a lot of variables about this NBA Finals Game 7 prediction. Will LeBron fall under the pressure and all the expectations? Can Duncan repeat his incredible 32-point output from the previous game? Will Wade wake up and at least get close to his own standards? How will Manu Ginobili perform? Can Danny Green get hot for one last time? Can Chris Bosh stand his ground in the fight under the rim against the taller and bulkier combo of Splitter and Duncan? How will Ray Allen perform? Our NBA Finals predictions is that answers of these questions will in essence decide who wins the title.
Nevertheless, some things look pretty certain about this Heat v Spurs Game 7 prediction and analysis. Firstly, Tony Paker can hardly shoot any worse than he did in the previous contest when he was 6 from 23. He is going to be better and the Heat better be prepared for him. Once Tony Parker shifts up a gear, he is the fastest player on the court and no one can contain him. He can penetrate to the painted area at will, and once he gets there, he is great at scoring, absorbing contact or dishing out the ball to an open teammate. That aggressiveness of the Frenchman would be detrimental to the outcome of the game.
Of course, a lot of weight will be put on LeBron’s shoulders. He has got to have confidence in his shot, and at the same time be willing to mainly drive to the rim where he either scores or gets fouled. He has to get “the others” involved right from the start. Judging from yesterday’s press conference, he is handling the pressure really well and he is about to approach that most decisive game of the season in the best possible way.
Another main factor in the best prediction for Game 7 of the 2013 NBA Finals is how the Spurs will handle the defeat in that last contest. At the press conference yesterday, they admitted that they had a team dinner, in order to cheer up themselves and loosen the atmosphere a little bit. Here is how Tim Duncan explained it: “It helped, it did. The other option is a bunch of us go back to our rooms and sit there by ourselves and beat yourself up. So it’s always good to be around teammates and kind of get some stuff out in the open. We did exactly that. As I said, we’ll be ready to rock.”
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