Poll: Will LeBron James Step His Game Up And Lead The Miami Heat To Victory In Game 6 Of The NBA Finals???

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Will the choke artist be able to lead his team to a comeback??

In twenty quarters of the NBA Finals, the Dallas Mavericks have outscored the Miami Heat 463-459. In quarters one through three, the Heat have outscored the Mavericks 355-345.

The outcomes have come down to the fourth quarter, when Dallas has outscored Miami 118-104, and directly led to the Mavericks’ 3-2 series lead heading into Game 6 on Sunday (8 p.m. ET, ABC). Dallas’ execution in the fourth quarter and in the final minutes with the game on the line have exposed the Heat’s and forward LeBron James’ inability to close out games they had a chance to win.


  • *MrsTrevino*

    Team mavs baby! Lebron isn*t gonna do shyt!

  • Me, myself & I

    Hell naw, because DALLAS just finished whupping dat azz 105 – 95. Too bad Bron-Bron, the DECISION has already been made. Hahahahahahahaha!!!

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  • sportstalk23

    Congrats to the Mavs when LePippen James said he was taking his “talents to South Beach” I’m sure Pat Riley wasn’t expecting that LeCoattails would bring with him that special talent he has of disappearing during crunch time. Scottie looks like an even bigger fool now than even before. What separated Air Jordan wasn’t just his talent but he had the greatest will of any athlete ever, when he decided to take over a game that was it, game over for the opponent.

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