Analysts Think Nuggets Could Turn Up the Heat

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The Miami Heat have shown a lot of fight during the playoffs.

They have defied the odds and proved they are no ordinary No. 8 seed, taking down two major contenders from the Eastern Conference on the way to their second NBA Finals appearance in the last four years.

But as great as they have been in the post-season, some may think they’ve already maxed out.

Which is why even though he doesn’t like to talk about the sweep, Jay Williams believes an NBA Finals win against the Denver Nuggets is a legitimate possibility.

Williams and Key, Jay, and Max Crews debated whether the Nuggets could take down the Heat in just four games, citing that they are a better team with a lot of shooting and that Paint’s The fight should also be in favor of number 1. 1 team in the west.

Truth be told, there is no reason to think that the Nuggets can’t handle the heat in just four games.

They swept LeBron James, Anthony Davis, and the Los Angeles Lakers.

They had more than a week to rest, regroup, recuperate and prepare for whatever they faced in this phase.

And they’ll have at least two games in the thin air of Colorado, which could be a big factor when tired legs hit this season.

Again, this Heat team has proven time and time again that they cannot be counted out under any circumstances and we know anything can happen in the seven-match series.

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