Mar 6, 2014; San Antonio, TX, USA; San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan (21) draws a charge from Miami Heat forward LeBron James (6) during the second half at AT&T Center. The Spurs won 111-87. Mandatory Credit: Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports

FanSided Editors Pick The NBA Finals

With the 2014 NBA Finals set to begin Thursday night, the FanSided NBA editors offer up their predictions:


Editor
Respective Website
Who Wins?
Why?
Josh HaslamPurple and BluesSpurs in 5Ball will bounce SA’s way.
Matt CianfronePelican DebriefHeat in 7LeBron James.
Rami MichailThe Smoking CubanSpurs in 6Tim won’t lose again.
Michael SaenzSir Charles in ChargeHeat in 6D-Wade. #FreeBeasley
Chris ManningRight Down EuclidHeat in 6LeBron James.
Nick WhalenBehind the Buck PassSpurs in 7SA won’t let it slip again.
Brian BoakeRaptors RaptureSpurs in 7Last year was lucky for MIA.
Aaron SomersFanSidedSpurs in 3Anti-LeBron.
Michael DunlapHoops HabitHeat in 6Wade/LeBron.
Drew CorriganThe Sixer SenseHeat in 6TP injury vs. LeBron.
Valerie MoralesLake Show LifeHeat in 6LeBron James.
Brad RowlandATL All DaySpurs in 7SA has a better team.
Cody PowersPurple and BluesSpurs in 7SA is on a mission.
Bill SimpsonAir AlamoSpurs in 7Timmy is not losing.
Mike CatalinoNugg LoveSpurs in 6Spurs get their revenge!
Adam BestCEO of FanSidedHeat in 6TP injury vs. Wade/LBJ
Scott DavisBuckets o. BroadwayHeat in 6Spurs health/age
Jacob RudeFanSidedSpurs in 6Ray Allen won’t be left open.
David MacKayRip City ProjectSpurs in 7GINOBILI!!!!!!!
Ronald AgersPippen Ain’t EasyHeat in 6LBJ, Wade, overall game plan.

Not surprisingly, there isn’t much of a consensus – 11 to 9 in favor of San Antonio. The Finals begin Thursday with Game 1 airing at 8:00 p.m. CDT on ABC.

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