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Simulated NBA Finals - See Who Wins

Posted on 05 June 2008

The TD Banknorth Garden erupts after an exciting Game 1 of the NBA playoffs. Kevin Garnett leads his team in scoring and offensive rebounds. Also a monster on the defensive side of the ball, Garnett’s blocking rampage is reminiscent of the Bill Russell era.

An uncontested Kobe Bryant slam dunk sets the tone early in the first quarter. Kobe and the Lakers never relinquish the lead resulting in a 6-point victory and more importantly, a split of the first two games in Boston.

Paul Pierce has a big game but didn’t match up to Kobe’s near triple-double performance. Kobe’s dazzling dunk rejuvenates the Lakers and the fans at the Staples Center. The momentum shifts towards the Lakers after taking Game 3.

Ray Allen leads the Celtics to an important victory in the Staples Center. Allen’s strong perimeter play gave the Celtics a strong lead early in the fourth quarter and ties up the series.

The battle in the paint was the focus for much of Game 5. Rebounding was the key to the Lakers victory. Gasol outrebounded Celtic muscle-man Kendrick Perkins. Gasol also took a page from Garnett’s Game 1 performance by blocking five shots, and kept his number one rank as the leading shot blocker in the 2008 NBA Playoffs.

The Celtics, led by a strong performance from Paul Pierce, overcame the Lakers to force a Game 7. Pierce went shot for shot with Bryant, tying him in points, and rounded out his game with four defensive steals.

The Lakers win their 15th NBA Finals Championship. After a quiet first half, Kobe scored 29 of his 38 points in the second half in an astounding triple-double performance cementing himself as this year’s NBA Finals MVP.

After seeing the simulated results via, I have come to the conclusion that this is absolutely meaningless but fun to look at none the less. I’ve also come to the conclusion that NBA Live vastly overrates a certain player who will remain nameless - *hint* his last name rhymes with Basol, Casol, Dasol…you get the point. And one more last note. If the Boston Celtics so happen to win Game 1 105-99, I’ll be hitting up the sportsbooks ASAP.

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3 Comments For This Post

  1. arlubas says:

    You have it right so far, let’s see if this can get the rest right!

  2. john says:

    dat shit was fak as hell

  3. john says:

    all hell nawl da fakers r not going 2 win

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