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2014 NBA Playoff Expert Picks: Third Round Results

Miami is seeking a three-peat in its fourth straight Finals appearance after dispatching Indiana. (businessinsider.com)

The Finals are set, as Miami and San Antonio have advanced. The did so by dispatching the Pacers and Thunder in six games each. San Antonio especially had a tougher time than it anticipated, with Serge Ibaka making an early return to the Thunder. Still, it was not to be for OKC.

As for our contest, the Thunder cost some of our experts, with precious few points available at this point. But the six game series did manage to help out a bit for some.

But the contest is not over yet. One more round remains, the picks for which will be presented Thursday for Game 1. Stay tuned for them, but until then, updated results are below.

Name John Jon KC Matthew Nick B Nick G
Pacers vs
Heat
Winner Heat Heat Heat Heat Heat Heat
Series
Length
5 5 5 6 5 5
Spurs vs
Thunder
Winner Spurs Thunder Spurs Spurs Spurs Thunder
Series
Length
5 6 7 7 6 7
Total Points 26 21 31 22 25 23

Table Legend

  • Two-point picks are boldfaced.
  • One-point picks are italicized.
  • Zero-point picks are crossed out.

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