NBA Playoff round # 2, NJ vs CLV

United States
May 6, 2007 1:07pm CST
I thought clv will win the series but the way game is goin as of now, i dont know what is gonna happen what do u say?
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@Makoy1983 (1084)
• Philippines
7 May 07
cleveland will win this series. the cavaliers are just too much for the nets. aside from lebron james, the cavaliers could exploit the weak spot of the nets: a legit big man. the nets rely too much on jason kidd, vince carter and richard jefferson but they dont have someone so competitive to man the paint. nenad krstic and mikki moore is not enough to take on zydrunas ilgauskas, drew gooden, anderson varejao and donyell marshall. game 1 was far more than i expected. i was expecting cleveland to come up big in games and have total control over the series but the nets brought them down to the wire. thanks to lebron james and larry hughes clutch plays in the near endgame, the nets should've stole that one. jason kidd though is a phenomenal player. he had 7 points, 10 rebounds and 9 assists in the game. he's really worth the attention for cleveland defense
• Philippines
6 May 07
I think it's going to be tough for the Cavs with the Nets having more playoff experience. I'm cheering for the Cavs but I think the Nets will win the series.
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@usmcsgtwife (4997)
• United States
15 May 07
Cleveland is saving up there energy and focus for Detroit.. I ve been a Cleveland Cavs fan for many many years.. Mark Price days.. I think the Cavs have a rhythem right now and then will explode in the next 2 rounds of the playoffs
@abednego7 (1060)
• Philippines
10 May 07
Your though was 4 days older that my response so basically now you are changing you mind. Come to think of if Cleveland is ahead of 2 to none for a seven series of game. And note that the chosen one is not recovered from his sickness that he was suffering during game 1. So I think our Cavaliers will go for the kill and might sweep the New Jersey Nets. I know its a bold statement but I think Cavaliers is just using enough strength to down their opponent. So we can't expect a blown up game. #23 only do the job when needed, he maybe be preparing himself for more critical battle against the mighty Detroit Pistons and will reserve more energy for the possible final stage of play off: the championship. Well I'm just so optimistic and I think there's nothing wrong with that.