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2013 NBA Playoffs Expert Picks: Second Round

Golden State pulled off a huge upset against the favored Nuggets; can they do the same against a well-rested San Antonio squad? (http://tactwarrior.com/)

The NBA is down to its final eight teams, and it was a fun first round to get to this point. Three lower seeded teams won their series, despite all eight losing Game 1. New York and OKC were given scares, while San Antonio and Miami (with 2013 League-MVP LeBron James) rolled to sweeps.

The second round looks to be very competitive, so we’re here to bring you our picks. The aforementioned, well-rested Heat and Spurs are picked to once more roll on to the final four. The Thunder and Knicks are also favored, but their resilient Round 1 opponents have cost them a bit of favor in the next round.

As before, correctly guessing a series winner is worth two points, while guessing how many games a series will last is worth one point.

So check below for the picks, and come back once the Conference Championships are set for the results.

Name John Nick B Nick G
Heat vs
Bulls
Winner Heat Heat Heat
Series
Length
4 5 5
Knicks vs
Pacers
Winner Knicks Knicks Pacers
Series
Length
7 6 7
Thunder vs
Grizzlies
Winner Thunder Grizzlies Thunder
Series
Length
5 6 6
Spurs vs
Warriors
Winner Spurs Spurs Spurs
Series
Length
5 5 6
Total Points 12 13 12

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