Do Or Die

This is it, boys and girls! It's potentially the last game of the season. Bring your best player to the front and pick him. For those who are still sandbagging any from the two Big Threes, wait no longer because these six will lay it on the line. Stars play the most minutes in these types of games. For the Heat, a win means The Ring and that's too precious to pass up. For the Thunder, a win means a chance to fight again another day, albeit in OKC grounds.

My pick: Nick Collison.

It is the same situation last year, only it was Game 5 of the Conference Finals versus the Mavericks. Nick produced a whooping 25 PRA (that's big for someone off the bench). Hopefully, that happens again for Nick. And it should because the Thunder needs all hands on deck, and everyone's best effort.

Let's get ready to rumble!

7 comments:

  1. I'm going with MILLER... hoping the bench players of Miami had more minuts to produce...(but after Fisher experience, I'm not very confident they will produce a decent PRA...)

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    1. Fisher's zero was an isolated case. Don't let it stop you from picking from the Thunder; they are the more desperate ones and they will want the W more.

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    2. I must pick on Miami... No thunder avaible... Just Collison, but I think that winning 3-1, the bench players of Miami can have more minutes...

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    3. Gratz on Miller, quark. He is the pick of the day.

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  2. Hey Tao! I picked Bosh and Battier in games 3 and 4. In game 4 only Norris Cole and Collison would have been a better pick, but by a couple of points only. I'm now with 1238 at percentile 98. I still haven't decided who I'll pick today, Perkins or Collison. In game 4 Collison performed better... Good Luck

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    1. Perkins is a 1st-two-quarter guy. He rarely plays in the fourth. Collison does. It's a toss-up. I recommend Perkins as he is the safe bet. The Collison pick is risky because of the variance.

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