These NBA Finals have thus far been a roaring rapids of never ending action and amazing play and are turning into the predictable epic of a series that many (including myself) thought it would be. It's been a clashing of wills as two men, Tim Duncan and LeBron James, butt heads like two rams fighting for a female and the loser faces death.
Are the Spurs too smart and machine like with their system? Is Miami simply far superior in talent? We've seen both intertwined in the first 4 games that has the thing thing deadlocked at 2 wins a piece. It's hard to make heads or tails of what we're seeing but one area that had me restless and sleepless after Game 4 was this: It seems the Spurs fate could be out of their control. It seems to me that San Antonio is helpless in light of the possibility that they just can't tell what Miami team will show up. Is it the Heat team that looked every bit the Heatles in Game 4? Or is it the mentally challenged, doubt ridden and hesitant one that flopped in Game 3? Hopefully it's the latter or else the Spurs may taste the bitterness of defeat in a Finals for the first time.