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The Finals are set, and it’s the Heat against the Thunder. The Thunder finally broke through in San Antonio and never looked back, while the Celtics once again played a Game 6 like they knew there would be a Game 7 afterwards. Now, we get to see what should be one of the most exciting pairings of all time, James vs Durant.
Other than the Heat beating the Celtics, it was a difficult round to predict. Nobody thought the Thunder would break through the Spurs’ home-court advantage, while most thought the Heat would more easily take Boston down.
Still, the door opened just enough for our resident New Yorker Edward to take the lead. But with everyone just four points apart at most, anyone could still win. So be sure to check back Tuesday to see how the Finals prediction come in, and check below for updated results.