Podcast: 2012 NBA Finals Recap

Mark and McNeill break down the NBA Finals and what will happen this summer for Miami and Oklahoma City.

Some of the topics we covered are if LeBron James put on the best performance in recent history, Chris Bosh needing to hire a PR firm, why Miami might trade Dwyane Wade, if the Oklahoma City Thunder should stand pat or make some bold moves this summer and the role Kendrick Perkins’ injury had on the outcome of this series.

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Ryan McNeill
Ryan McNeill has appeared on ESPN Radio, MTV Canada, SiriusXM, The Fan 590 and other radio programs and TV shows. He has covered the NBA with media credentials since the 2007-08 season.
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  • Larrbear

    The NBA playoffs in the East did not sit well with me. I feel poor officiating decided the out come of this years finals. The controversial calls in game 7 between the Heat and the Celtics, screamed “FIX” to quote many other fans. The officials seemed to straighten up in the first game between the Thunder and the Heat in game one. When the Thunder lost and it became apparent Lebron and his team could lose, the officiating again became terrible. Calls seemed so one sided in favor of the heat. Fouls were called at vital times in favor of the Heat. In one game, Lebron got more free throws that the other team combined. Very lopsided. Maybe some sort of investigation is in order here. Who knows, maybe some sort of conspiracy may have been in place to ensure Lebron a pretty ring.