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Monday, June 4, 2012

Reader poll: How will NBA playoffs come out?

They've gone through a week and change of the American pro hoops conference finals, and absolutely nothing's been decided. Both series are knotted, as they say, at 2 games to 2. And so each series is down to the best of 3, with home court advantage right where it started.

In the finals, either Western Conference team will hold home court advantage over the Eastern Conference team, in a 2-3-2 format. Where do our readers think the finals are going to wind up?

What will be the outcome of the NBA finals?
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Comments (7)

Ask the referees, they're the ones who decides.

There's no place to vote for: I don't give a rat's ass.

It looks like that Miami v. OKC final I voted for is more promising now. It seems that the Thunder have the Spurs figured out... for now at least, and a close out game on Weds. isn't really a stretch of the imagination.

BTW it's not a 2-3-2 format. It's a 2-2-1-1-1 format. OKC is at home for game 6 and a chance to go to the finals against the winner of the Heats/Celts matchup. I'm calling for the Thunder taking the whole thing. over the Heat.

BTW it's not a 2-3-2 format. It's a 2-2-1-1-1 format.

Sorry, but the NBA Finals are always 2-3-2.

The poll was disconnected at halftime of tonight's Spurs-Thunder Game 5.

I thought you were talking about this series when you said 2-3-2, and I voted for OKC over Miami in the afternoon. BTW I agreed with you in a post that OKC would take the whole thing over a week ago.

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