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Miami Heat vs San Antonio Spurs: 2014 NBA Finals Wagering Prices
Looking for their first “3-Peat” in franchise history, the Miami Heat are in San Antonio to face the Spurs in Game One of the 2014 NBA Finals. The Heat and Spurs are meeting in the finals for a second straight year and one can only hope for a repeat of the tenacious seven game series they gave us last season. The final sprint to capture the Larry O’Brien Trophy begins at 9:00 PM ET on Thursday, June 5, 2014, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas.
San Antonio: Model franchise seeks fifth NBA Championship
Similar to the Detroit Red Wings in the National Hockey League, the San Antonio Spurs are the model of success in the National Basketball Association. Since moving from the ABA to the NBA in 1976, the Spurs have attended the postseason party in 34 of 38 seasons and this is their 17th straight NBA playoff appearance. Lead by veteran forward Tim Duncan and head coach Gregg Popovich, San Antonio is looking for their fifth NBA Championship in 16 years and, being as they hold home court advantage, we like their chances of getting a ring for their thumbs.
Miami Heat: King James and Crew aim for Larry O’Brien Trophy 3-Peat
Love them or loath them, King LeBron James and his Court are seeking the first NBA 3-Peat Championship since the Los Angeles Lakers turned the trick during the 2000 to 2002 seasons. Back in the Finals for a fourth straight season, Miami will have to win without home court advantage after they held that key in their epic series versus the Spurs last season. Anything but a one-trick pony the Heat, with superstars James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh roaming the court, will have to win at least two road games to retain their defending NBA Champion status. CSB Championship Call: Wager 250 units on San Antonio to win the NBA Championship at SportsInteraction.
San Antonio Spurs vs Miami Heat – 2014 NBA Championship Betting Odds
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