Who's going to win?
It's very easy to pick Miami, and very logical as well. It's also easy to talk yourself into the Heat struggling and the Spurs being a nightmare matchup for them on paper.
But while the Spurs are very, very, very good - we know the Heat can be better. After the 27 game win streak, it became clear that this was a team that could hit on all cylinders in a way only a handful of teams have done it in NBA history. It's more a question of if the Heat can reclaim that height, or if they're too injured. Look for LeBron to average close to 30 points per game this series - and look for the Spurs to be fine with that. Because if Wade and Bosh are invisible, the Spurs might just think they're facing the 2007 Cavaliers again, and pull out the broomsticks.
LeBron is simply too good to let his team lose on the biggest stage, but it's going to be a battle. Heat in 7.