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Most Watched NBA Finals in History About to Begin: Spurs vs. Heat Playoff

( [email protected] ) Jun 02, 2014 07:11 PM EDT

The 2014 NBA Final everyone has been waiting for is here. This series will go down as the greatest NBA Finals in NBA history.

San Antonio Spurs Trio
(Reuters)

The San Antonio Spurs are one of the premier sports franchises. Future Hall of Fame Head Coach Gregg Popovich is ready to write the next extraordi-nary chapter in his stellar career. Players Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginobili, are poised to cap a record setting season. 

Since the arrival of Heat President Pat Riley, Miami has become the gold standard NBA team. They have amassed a record that rivals the best NBA teams of all time. The starting line-ups are close, with the Heat holding a slight edge.

The series will go seven games. The keys to victory will be the coaching, the bench, and injuries. 

The Spurs have the better bench. Patty Mills is the Tony Parker double, the play of Cory Joseph will be crucial. Marco Belinelli must be a three-point as-sassin. Matt Bonner, Boris Diaw, and Tiago Spliiter will continue to show up.

Miami Heat forward/center Chris Anderson is still nicked up. Ray Allen has a few bruises, and the inactivity on the court of Greg Oden will hamper the squad. Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra is a genius, but this chess match will be won by Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich.

Look for the San Antonio Spurs to win in seven games, erasing the heart-aching loss from last year.

Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard will be the MVP.