Shannon Sharpe Makes His Game 5 Predictions For Nuggets, Heat

Former NFL player Shannon Sharpe speaks onstage during the first day with SiriusXM at Super Bowl LIV on January 29, 2020 in Miami, Florida.
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The Miami Heat’s impressive and unpredictable season could come to an end on Monday night.

They are down 1-3 in the NBA Finals against the Denver Nuggets, which means they are dangerously close to elimination after months of underperforming and surprising NBA fans as a whole.

Few people think that the Heat can overcome such a historic deficit and bring this series to seven games.

But Shannon Sharp has one opinion for those people: “It’s over.”

Sharp has heard all the claims that this Heat team has beaten the odds before and that Jimmy Butler is a tough player.

But he still believes this season is done for the Heat.

He is not alone.

While many people are shocked by what the Heat have done, they also think that the time may finally have come for the team.

But everyone will be surprised to see these playoffs.

Things got off to a rough start, with the Heat just barely making the playoffs after a bad first play-in game.

They then faced the first seeded Milwaukee Bucks, whom they defeated.

Then came the New York Knicks, whom he also sent.

Finally, the Heat went head-to-head with the Boston Celtics, whom they defeated even after being pushed to seven games in that series.

Yes, summer has affected almost everyone.

But they are facing a completely different type of opponent with the Nuggets, and this time their determination may not be enough.

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