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Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazers (20-17), 9 PM EST

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Post#706 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:00 am by TheAnkh

Absolutely amazing game. LeBron and Wade on the same team....wow, such an amazing luxury. Seems like they were just taking turns and then LeBron decided nope I'm not passing anymore and drilled shot after shot to seal it. I can't imagine what the playoffs will be like.

Amazing efficiency for us too, against a goo defensive team. I'm sad to say I was actually hoping for them to hit some shots at the end there so we could get to 100 points between the big 3 :lol:
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Post#707 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:01 am by PolakFury

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literally what lebron just did
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Post#708 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:01 am by shadowx

Incredible the wins we are getting out of thin air, incredible....
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Post#709 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:02 am by miamiballer

ahhhh !!!

take that you portland *******

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Post#710 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:02 am by Pimpwerx

Great win. I don't complain about the refs, but there was some homecooking going on. It was nice to see them overcome the odds in a tough environment.

Rio has had two bad games now, and Carlos has consequently stepped-up his defensive play. Chalmers better get on it.

Bosh at center was interesting. He lacks the strength to cope with anyone stronger than Aldridge. He needed some help tonight, but it was also great for spacing. That's why Bron was getting to the rim to easy in the closing minutes. Spo needs to experiment with that.

Arroyo did fine today, but I couldn't help think how useless he was in OT, as he didn't bring the ball up at all. Wade and Bron were bringing it up and initiating the offense. Was Arroyo in there to space the floor? I know he's shooting a good percentage, but I would much rather have Miller in there for rebounding. Plus, Carlos missed his look.

Miller needs to take Jones' minutes. We should experiment with small lineups again, because tonight Bosh at center was the only real solution. Z and Joel were useless out there. PEACE.
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Post#711 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:03 am by Nocioni33

Zasterror wrote:This is first time I seen LeBron just completely dominating in the clutch this year for the Heat. I was waiting for this all season long


No doubt about this. I've been waiting too! There have been so many games in the past where he has just completely taken over. He's done it a little bit this season, but tonight it got taken to another level.

The game game against Washington almost gave me a heart attack and was the closest game of the year, but this has probably been the most exciting so far. It was just great basketball down the stretch!
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Post#712 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:03 am by BFRESH44

MVP of the game=Joel Anthony

0 points, 0 rebounds, 0 assists, 0 steals, 0 blocks, 1 turnover in 29 minutes.
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Post#713 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:04 am by PolakFury

BFRESH44 wrote:MVP of the game=Joel Anthony

0 points, 0 rebounds, 0 assists, 0 steals, 0 blocks, 1 turnover in 29 minutes.

He is just doing work. I see someone is jealous of a mans work around these forums
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Post#714 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:04 am by insfo

Seemed like Bosh was still playing PF since Bron was the one guarding Camby
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Post#715 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:04 am by Miamis3rdRing

I felt like Bosh played Aldrige tough. Sure Aldrige scored, as great offensive players do...but Bosh was contesting shots much better than Joel.

Joel was getting schooled by LMA's footwork.
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Post#716 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:05 am by Silverskater145

BFRESH44 wrote:MVP of the game=Joel Anthony

0 points, 0 rebounds, 0 assists, 0 steals, 0 blocks, 1 turnover in 29 minutes.


Don't think I've ever seen anything like that. I'd like to take back his nickname "Warden" and suggest we find a new one.
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Post#717 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:05 am by TrueRain

BFRESH44 wrote:MVP of the game=Joel Anthony

0 points, 0 rebounds, 0 assists, 0 steals, 0 blocks, 1 turnover in 29 minutes.

:o

I'm laughing right now at the amount of people complaining about the missed call (where 5 people touched the ball) on LeBron's double dribble. Really? After all the calls Portland was getting?
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Post#718 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:06 am by insfo

BFRESH44 wrote:MVP of the game=Joel Anthony

0 points, 0 rebounds, 0 assists, 0 steals, 0 blocks, 1 turnover in 29 minutes.


That 1 TO was a completely crock .. that was a perfect pick which the refs decided to call a foul on. Too bad .. other wise it could have been an even better line :lol:
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Post#719 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:06 am by Oden2

Look guys, I know people say stupid things on both sides (including myself) but don't read too much into it, we all realize that we ran into a sleeping giant and were lucky to even be in this game for most of the way. I'm proud of what my Blazers did but it's just hard to win when you can't stop a team's top 3 players. Wade, James, and Bosh all played great games, period. Good game guys, but be prepared for our return. ;)
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Post#720 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:06 am by PolakFury

Heat kerped penetrating and never quit on the Portland
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Post#721 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:06 am by StrawberryShake

Im still confounded as to why spo doesnt give Miller and Damp minutes. Theres games where james jones shot is useless and we can really use millers playmaking and defense and damp, well its an anomaly but damp has been our most effective C yet he continues to be benched in favor of Howard, Z and the former Warden joel anthony.
Anyways, this game was great, overall performance in the 4th and OT id rate it as a CLUTCH/10 and Bron trolling the crowd at the end was priceless. Requesting someone make a gif of his buttslap.
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Post#722 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:07 am by shadowx

I think Bosh on the middle only work because the bigs where completely useless which won't happened again. IMHO it's a one game thing, I mean how many times will the entire bench make only 11 points and the big rotation gets 1 rebound? I think it won't happen again...
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Post#723 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:07 am by Miamis3rdRing

Wade: 15/22 = 68%
James: 17/26 = 65%
Bosh: 9/17 = 52%

Now THAT is efficiency.
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Post#724 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:08 am by TheAnkh

TrueRain wrote:
BFRESH44 wrote:MVP of the game=Joel Anthony

0 points, 0 rebounds, 0 assists, 0 steals, 0 blocks, 1 turnover in 29 minutes.

:o

I'm laughing right now at the amount of people complaining about the missed call (where 5 people touched the ball) on LeBron's double dribble. Really? After all the calls Portland was getting?


Seriously. Wade was hacked on the drive the last time he touched the ball and no call was what even left them with hope.

I'm pretty sure the Blazers only had like 10 fouls total up till around the end of the 4th.
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Post#725 Re: Miami Heat (29-9) @ Portland Trail Blazer
Mon Jan 10, 2011 12:08 am by Silverskater145

Oden2 wrote:Look guys, I know people say stupid things on both sides (including myself) but don't read too much into it, we all realize that we ran into a sleeping giant and were lucky to even be in this game for most of the way. I'm proud of what my Blazers did but it's just hard to win when you can't stop a team's top 3 players. Wade, James, and Bosh all played great games, period. Good game guys, but be prepared for our return. ;)


Good game, friend. It's a shame you've fallen victim to bad injury luck with some of your players. Hopefully that'll sort its way out in the future. Till next time.
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