By Enstarz Staff Reporter, EnStarz | Jun 21, 2012 12:48 PM EDT
The Miami Heat will win Game 5 and capture the NBA title tonight.
There are a couple of reasons why I say this so boldly.
First of all, look at the previous games. They took Game 2, which was a must win for them in Oklahoma City.
In Game 3 they found themselves down by 10 in the third quarter. As soon as Kevin Durant sat out, they go went a run and finished the quarter with a two-point lead.
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In Game 4, the Heat trailed for most of the first half. Then they turned it up a notch in the third quarter and held on for the win.
Game 4 was demoralizing in all aspects of the game.
What else is there for the Thunder to do? Do they have to jump out to a 20-point lead?
They already had a 17-point lead in Game 4 and they squandered it. Russell Westbrook gave them 43 points in Game 4 and they squandered that too.
What other answers will the Thunder have in Game 5?
The last thing they can do is trust their big men and role players to help out on the offensive side. The Heat have not allowed anybody else to beat them.
Another reason why the Heat will win is because they are playing together for the same goal.
Shane Battier and Mario Chalmers have stepped up with big offensive numbers, helping the Big Three score when the team is in need.
The Thunder have the talent to win a championship, but they are getting sucked in by the pressures of performing in the Finals.
They are committing dumb fouls and have not provided the help Durant and Westbrook need to win the games.
They both might have to score 50 points each if they want to survive in the playoffs.
As of now, the Heat are the favorite to wrap things up at home in Game 5.
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