Skip Bayless Stands By His Game 7 Celtics, Heat Prediction

Skip Bayless on the ESPN set in Miami, Florida on February 1, 2007.
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TheMiami Heathad three chances to finish off the Boston Celtics series and wasted all of them.

Now, they re going back to TD Garden with no margin of error to make it to the NBA Finals.

While many think they have missed all their chance to take this series, Skip Bayless isn t giving up on them.

The controversial analyst isn t changing his prediction about the winner of the series, picking the Heat in seven, but still sharing his doubts about a potential win.

Bayless went through all the emotions during this game, and at some point he hinted about a change in his prediction, going with the Celtics in seven games.

During the first three games of the series, the Heat looked unstoppable, dismantling the Celtics, making the shots, and generally making the right plays.

After Game 3 was over, the Heat started struggling to do everything that put them in a privileged position in the first place.

This has a lot to do with the Celtics players reacting to adversity and showing their desire to win this series, and they re ready to finish the job.

The Celtics have stayed alive by taking it one game at a time and not relying solely on their two stars to win games.

Game 6 was proof of what this Celtics team is capable of, and now the Heat have the responsibility to bounce back and win this series in the final game.

Like Bayless, many fans thought the Heat would easily win this series after the first three games, and now they re on the verge of becoming the first team in NBA history to blow a 3-0 lead.

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