Who is your pick as the 2014 NBA Finals Champion? Does Miami Heat 3-Peat?
Here is a 2014 NBA Finals Predictions Infographic. Who are you picking to win the NBA Finals this year? Here are my 2013-2014 NBA Finals Projections, check out the cool 2013-2013 NBA Finals Projections Infographic. The Miami Heat and the Houston Rockets are the two teams that are projected to face each other in the NBA Finals. Despite the emerging force of the Indiana Pacers, LeBron James will still be able to lift the Heat over any other opponent in the East. Miami Heat will meet the Indian Pacers in the Eastern Conference Finals. The Houston Rockets will be able to win it all in the West in the first year of Howard’s arrival. More chemistry will be built within the team and James Harden, Dwight Howard and Chandler Parsons will find a way to roll past any opponent in the West.
In the NBA Finals, the Heat will find a tough resistance against Dwight Howard and the Houston Rockets. However, they will beat Houston Rockets in Game 6 and win their third championship in a row. Here are some key statistics that will help you forecast your NBA Finals predictions.
- Currently rank 1st in the league in points allowed with 84.4
- 10th in rebounding with 44.3 per game
- Paul George is performing like a true superstar, averaging 25.7 points per contest and 8.3 rebounds
- He is shooting 48.1 percent from the floor and 44.4 percent from three-point range. Lance Stephenson is also performing exceptionally well with 19.0 points per contest, 6.7 rebounds and a team-high 4.0 assists
- The twin tower of Roy Hibbert and David West are surging in the paint
- The Pacers do have a much deeper bench this season, which now includes Luis Scola, C.J. Watson and Donald Sloan and others
- Danny Granger will empower the team’s firepower even more
- Pacers are currently tied with the San Antonio Spurs with a 13-1 winning record (best records in the league to date)
- Didn’t start off this season as hot as they wanted
- 12-3 record
- They rank 3rd in the league in scoring with 106.6 points per contest
- 30th in rebounding
- They are allowing 99.6 points per contest to rank 19th in the NBA
- The exceptional shooting for them continues with 52 percent from the field, 1st in the NBA and 43 percent from three-point range, 2nd in the NBA
- The Heat ended the 2012-2013 season going 50.1 percent from the field, second in the NBA
- Their shot selection and their accuracy from the field was one of the ingredients that led to the success of the 2013-2014 season
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