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ASK IRA: Is Heat-Celtics becoming a matter of foul or fair?

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

Q: So the NBA wants Boston and Golden State in the NBA Finals, but do they have to make it so obvious? The Heat played terribly, but it's physically impossible to overcome a deficit when the game is being called so one-sided. No way to establish any kind of rhythm. Plus, the integrity of the game is in question when Stephen A. Smith says, “The Celtics will be getting all the calls tonight,” during the pre-game show. Erik Spoelstra needs to take a page out of Pat Riley's book and call them out. The hell with that fine. - Steven, Cutler Bay.
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