Told us what? You parroted what everyone else said. Should have been over in 6.
I told you they would go over 180, I told you Lebron would score +30, I told you Wade would score 20+, I told you to bet the line but don’t give up more than 6 points, i told you Heat would win.
What I’m saying is this is not news. Both teams averaged over 100pts a game during the regular season, and every single Finals game was 180+. Lebron averaged over 30 the majority of the series, specifically the last 4 games. Wade had no issue scoring unless no one else was. I also don’t bet, so that’s useless to me even though you lost that one.
Wade will be traded, or should for another younger 20+ PPG. Ginobili should be traded. Bosh won’t be traded. Heck his rebound in game 6 and all the intangibles he has makes him a keeper.
There’s not a single person talking about this except you. Their #1 and #2 pieces are LBJ and Wade. Bosh is a distant 3. If anyone is traded, it’s him. He’s the only one with value that is expendable. Who would take Ginobili except a crap team? He’ll retire before they even think of trading him. Bosh does well with other scorers around him and not facing big men. He’s too chicken to really go toe-to-toe unless his facing people smaller than him.
If Duncan leaves Pop may follow, but that team will be in decline next year due to age issues.
Without a doubt, they will leave together. It’s already been expressed. I wouldn’t be surprised if it was this offseason, whether they won or not. But the truth is, they have age, but they have a great core of role players. And the aging hasn’t been that bad. Duncan and Parker weren’t quite the same a year and two ago, this year they lit it up. Manu was fine except the Finals in one game - otherwise he played his role. Kawhi Leonard will be a star, and I’ve said that since he was still with San Diego St. Danny Green may yet find his mark. Not even going to move on because it’s moot now. It was a good mix of young up and coming players and seasoned veterans and it worked.