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LA Lakers vs Magic

In Basketball, NBA on June 13, 2009 at 10:22

By Joe, http://www.Bettingexpert.com

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Game 5 takes us back to Staples Center, Los Angles as Lakers leads the series by 3-1. Lakers can be crown champions for the 15th time if they are to beat Magic on the night. At the moment, Lakers have the distinct advantage, needing only one victory to secure the title. They have two home court advantage and Head coach Phil Jackson will be itching to wrap up the series.

Lakers were in great spirits at Game 4 last Thursday night. Lakers beat Magic in Florida after yet another overtime game in Orlando to secure the advantage. Lakers did struggle in the first three quarters as they played the catching up during the night. Kobe held the team together but it was until Forward T. Ariza started to pitch in on the box score. The night belonged to Guard Derek Fisher as he rained two 3 points during the last moment in the regular game to tied it at 87-87 and then in the overtime, win at 99-91. Lakers will now continue their great spirits in game 5 and hoping to win the title in front of their home crowd.

Orlando Magic might have stopped the legacy of being one of the two franchises not winning a single game during the NBA finals. However, winning one game is all they got at the moment unless they win at Staples center to keep their NBA title alive. In game 4, Magic was solid on the night but they just didn’t have the last mile to stop Derek Fisher (twice). Dwight Howard was once again magnificent in his game with 16 points, 21 rebounds and setting finals-records of nine blocks. However, that didn’t help them as he failed at the free throw line, missing twice with 11.1 seconds to go in regular time. They will now have to regroup and pull everything they have to win game 5 or otherwise, it will be bye bye for them.

Game 5 could be the end of the road for the Magic. They needs to pull anything out from the hat to have remote chance of winning the title as no team has come back from 2-0 in the series to win the NBA title. Magic will need to stop Kobe Bryant once again and now, they also have to with Derek Fisher in the dying moments. Lakers will stick to their game as it has only failed them once and looks likely they are to win their 15th as Betfair are offering a whopping 2.32 for a home win.

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Orlando Magic vs LA Lakers

In Basketball on June 10, 2009 at 21:23

By Joe, http://www.Bettingexpert.com

Game 4 of the NBA finals will take place at the Orlando Magic RDV Sportsplex home court in Florida. The Lakers are currently leading with 2-1 in the series and this match up would certainly go all the way to game 6 or 7 if the Orlando Magic is to win game 4. Game 4 will be one out of the two last home court advantages that the Magic will have. Magic are favorite to take game 4 which will open the series once again.

In game 3, Orlando Magic came up with the goods in the first home game of the NBA finals at the RDV Sportsplex. Dwight Howard and Rashard Lewis scored 21 points each and both were outstanding on the night as they beat the Lakers 108 – 104 after entering the first overtime of the game. Magic did play a bit of a catch up game against Lakers on the night but it was point guard Alston, with 20 points, who turned the game in Magic’s favor at 102 – 99. Magic played with more energy and speed at the offensive end and held Lakers Kobe Bryant at bay. Magic will once again ask Dwight Howard, Rafer Alston and Rashard Lewis to play to their best. Magic could be the fourth team in NBA history to come back from a 2-0 down in the series and win the finals.

LA Lakers are the favorites to win the finals. They started well back in Los Angles winning game 1 and game 2. However in game 3, defeat was evitable as last year’s MVP Kobe Bryant did not bring his game to Orlando. He shot only 31 points on the night where he hit only 5 field basket out of 10 compared to Kobe’s 14 baskets in a roll in Los Angles. P. Gasol held the ranks and chipped in a few baskets. However, it did little to help to the team as they were holding on to Kobe in keeping them alive in the game. If Lakers want to finish off the series then they will need L. Odom to perform defensively and offensively. He will be a key element in stopping the Magic offensive and release Kobe Bryant in concentrating only to score points for the Lakers.

Game 4 could be one of the tightest game in the finals. Magic are desperate to win this game as they know after this match they will be facing two games in Los Angles. Lakers could finish off Magic with a win here but the question to ask is which Kobe Bryant will turn up on the night? Magic works well when people don’t see the through the trick and I don’t think Lakers will be able to regroup quickly enough to expose Orlando Magic. Magic to tie up the series and Betfair as they are offering 1.76 for a home win.

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