Why a Miami Heat vs. Boston Celtics Conference Finals Would Make History

July 14th, 2010 by Bryan Hudson Leave a reply »
Of course it is ridiculously early to start saying who is going to be in the playoffs for next season and all that, but I just want to talk about the potential of a Boston vs. Miami series.

I think this would be the single most watched series in the history of basketball. Think about it.

You have Miami. They just signed LeBron James and Chris Bosh to create the most dynamic three since the 80's Celtics. A trio that is 28 years old or younger. A team that probably will have Pat Riley coaching, who happens to be one of the best in the game today. A team designed to be able to put points up at will.

Then you have the Celtics, who had the first Big Three in this modern basketball era, now a Big Four with Rondo elevating to an All Star. The original three all 33 or over. Doc Rivers is returning, who also happens to be one of the best in the game today. A team designed to shut down any offense that they face. 

That match up honestly gives me chills. 

I am not going to make any predictions at this time, for we have no idea what these two teams are going to be like next year. 

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