The Miami Heat punched their ticket to the NBA Finals last night by closing out the Chicago Bulls. They rallied late to come from behind and snatch the Eastern Conference championship. After a tough series with Portland, the Mavericks swept the title-defending Lakers and blew through the Oklahoma City Thunder on their voyage to the Finals. The following slides examine why I believe the Dallas Mavericks will beat the Miami Heat in the 2011 NBA Finals.
The Miami Heat throttled the Dallas Mavericks offense in the first half Friday night in Miami, holding the Mavs to just 33 points through the opening 24 minutes. But the second half was a different story. Dallas went on a 37-2 run i... Read Post
The Dallas Mavericks used a 23-0 run during the second half to topple the Miami Heat 93-72 Friday night at AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami, Florida. Charlie Villanueva scored a season-high 20 points and propelled the Mavericks (31-1... Read Post
The Dallas Mavericks haven’t defeated the Miami Heat since the 2011 NBA Finals. But both teams have too many present problems to think back to the past. The Mavericks (30-17) enter the contest on a season-high four-game losing strea... Read Post