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    What a finish man-o-man Dwyane Wade is an amazing player, Congrats on a great year!



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    I'll agree that Wade is an amazing player, but Dallas should've won.

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    I would have to disagree about the comment that Dallas should have won it. They could not figure out how to stop Wade and therefore didn't deserve to win it. Dwyane Wade is the most clutch player in the NBA!!



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    he gave me interest in the NBA for a small moment in time. man watchin that silky smooth jay. pretty fun to watch. poor dirk poor dirk



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    I'm just happy that both Mourning and Payton finally have rings (Payton especially).


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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Flynn4Heisman &#064; Jun 21 2006, 02&#58;23 AM) Quoted post</div><div class='quotemain'> I&#39;m just happy that both Mourning and Payton finally have rings (Payton especially). [/b][/quote]



    Plus the fact that Mark Cuban is a jack@&#036;&#036;


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    Pretty crushing as a Mavs fan... Talk about a choke job&#33; Unbelievable...
    I just hope they can get back again some day.
    (I was thoroughly impressed with Wade though... definitely deserving of the Finals MVP)



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    Check out the link posted by Hilton Magic in the first reply. I read the article yesteday and it was a good read. He talks about how Miami winning would be a step backward in the progress that the NBA has made towards becoming a team sport rather than a single person dominating a game.



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    Dallas pulled El Foldo. Up 13 points with 6 min to go in game 3 and lose, then proceed to lose 4 in a row making mental mistakes in crucial situations along with fines, complaining, and plain poor play. The pressure of the finals got to Dallas and they choked&#33;



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    Next year Dallas and Phoenix will be better and Miami not as good.And Detoit has had a wakeup call. Suspect One Time Wonders for Miami. The only way they can win again is if John Stockton and Karl Malone come out of retirement and play for Riley.


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    Did anybody hear what Shaq had to say after the game? He guaranteed Miami would be repeat champs as long as D-Wade was still playing with him.



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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(clonewithasigh &#064; Jun 21 2006, 09&#58;40 AM) Quoted post</div><div class='quotemain'> Dallas pulled El Foldo. Up 13 points with 6 min to go in game 3 and lose, then proceed to lose 4 in a row making mental mistakes in crucial situations along with fines, complaining, and plain poor play. The pressure of the finals got to Dallas and they choked&#33;

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    If Stackhouse was not suspended from game 5 it would have gone to Dallas more then likely, since it was so close. But on the same subjest do you really think what Stackhouse did meritied a suspension???



    I for one think that was a load of crap that he was suspended. Yes it was a hard foul, but I dont think anyone in their right mind os going to intentionally foul Shac that hard. I think stackhouse was going for Williams as Williams dished it off to Shaq, and since Shaq was in front of Williams, Stackhouse collided with Shaq.

    I just think this was the deciding factor to why we are not going to be seeing a game 7 Thursday. The heats definetly deserved to win last night, but Stackhosue should of been able to play in Game 5, and I think would of helped Dallas win that game and we would be seeing a game 7 tomarrow night.



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