NBA Playoff 2012 TV Schedule: Heat Will Ride Home-Court Advantage to NBA Finals

May 26th, 2012 by Justin Welton Leave a reply »
It doesn't matter who wins in Saturday night's Game 7 showdown between the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers because neither will be getting past Miami in the Eastern Conference finals because of home-court advantage.

Miami has only lost one game at home in the 2012 NBA playoffs, and they were tied for the best record at home with a 28-5 record during the regular season.

Boston or Philadelphia won't be able to defeat Miami on the road. 

Philadelphia is a team that is lucky to be in this situation. I give them credit for making things happen, but if Derrick Rose doesn't go down in the first series, we may be talking about a sweep.

They have pushed the Celtics to seven games this series, but I've said from day one that Boston won't win a championship this season because of their age and lack of scoring production.

I'm sticking with that prediction.

Boston would have the best chance to defeat Miami from the two, but it won't happen, especially now that Avery Bradley is out for the remainder of the playoffs, according to Frank Dell’Apa of

He could have given D ...

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