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    Anyone watching? 

    The Heat just advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals  

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    babypook
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    Yes I am. The Nets kept it close. A one-basket loss. Ouch. But they were dominated in the series so…it’s do or die for the Trail Blazers.

    I’m also watching the Stanley Cup playoffs. No surprise. being a Canuck and all. Montreal advances wiping out the mighty Bruins. Fingers crossed for LA tonight. A one-goal lead is pretty precarious.

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    Cheshire
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    As a Toronto citizen. The Nets can just go fuck them selves.

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    babypook
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    ^

    Thank you. Toronto is where I spent a good deal of my formative years. Raptors losing by one point still hurts.

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    Stardust
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    That last minute was stressful. I felt lightheaded for a bit, in part due to Corona.

    I hope the Heat play the formidable Spurs in the finals. And triumph again.

    “The Nets can just go fuck them selves.”
    cheers to that, albeit different reason. DIrty, obnoxious players; second to the Bulls. 

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    Stardust
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    Heat vs Pacers ECF! Just what I wanted. Then Heat vs Spurs (fingers crossed). A repeat of last year please 

    Lord this was epic and voice-shattering  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tr6XsZVb-ZE

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    Icky
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    I for one am not looking forward to another Heat vs Spurs/OKC finals. If the Heat have to make the finals again hopefully the Spurs are on the other end. They’ll just run over OKC. 

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    Stardust
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    Yesternight’s second half against the Pacers was glorious.  2-1.

    I suspect it’ll end up being 4-2 (with the Heat losing at Pacers’ and having the ECF victory in Miami)

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    Marcus Snowden (The Artist Formerly Known as msnowden1)
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    Honestly, I’m sick of Miami. I would like to see different teams facing off in the Finals once in a while.

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    babypook
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    OKC beats the Spurs outright. They come through in a must win!

    Montreal and the Rangers are in overtime. C’mon Habs!

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    Honestly, I’m sick of Miami. I would like to see different teams facing off in the Finals once in a while.

    Agreed! As a torontonian, I wanted the Nets to be swiftly eliminated, but now that it’s past, I am hoping that somehow, somebody can beat them 4 times. I can only hope that they won’t win it all, but I can’t ignore that it is very likely to happen.

    ^With regards to the Nhl, I feel obligated to cheer for the Habs, despite being a resolute Leafs and Senators fan (yes, both). As a Canadian, I want the cup to go to a Canadian team, but Montreal now has quite the uphill battle. Once they’re out, I will return my full attention to the Blue Jays (it’s currently at about an 80%, these gaps between playoff games have made me lose my attention)

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    babypook
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    ^ Me too  My dad was a huge Jays fan. Tradition.

    I’m not giving up on the Habs however. They’re going home. And that, is a magical place for them.

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    ETPhoneHome
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    I’m also not giving up, because if there’s anything that I know about this team, it’s that they play better under pressure (especially at home). The Rangers are formidable, but if they take their victory as a done deal, they will definitely be unpleasantly surprised.

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    babypook
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    Losing Carey Price is a huge blow and puts a lot of pressure on their backup goaltenders. Anytime you lose an Olympic Gold Medalist, you’ve got to suck it up and go for it all the same.

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    Stardust
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    Oh come on, I know everyone hates the Heat but it’s only the third year in a row, other teams have gotten far more consecutives. 

    I’m glad the Thunder won a game. Both are great teams, and though I’d like to see the Heat beat the Spurs again [the Spurs actually almost won it last year], I’d too look forward to a Thunder vs Heat playoff. I like seeing Durant and Westbrook play against the ‘Big 3’.

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