Friday, June 3, 2011
Analysts break down Game 2 of NBA Finals
ESPN.com's Marc Stein joins Ben and Skin to dissect the Mavs' Game 2 comeback win against the Heat.
ESPNDallas.com's Jeff Caplan says the Mavericks' mantra all year has been "48 minutes" and they showed that in Game 2 by not giving up when they were down big late.
ESPN Dallas 103.3 FM's Chuck Cooperstein says the Heat's offensive strategy hurt them in Game 2. Plus, Cooperstein says Dallas forward Dirk Nowitzki is the best closer in the NBA.
ESPN.com Heat Index writer Michael Wallace explains what went wrong for the Heat in their loss to the Mavs. Wallace says Coach Spoelstra wanted Chris Bosh on Dirk Nowitzki on the last play for his length.
ESPN NBA analyst Jon Barry says the Heat looked like the same disorganized team they were before the playoffs started. Plus, Barry says the Heat could have cost themselves the championship in Game 2.
ESPN.com Heat Index writer Brian Windhorst says the Mavericks were able to come back because the Heat made strange plays in the fourth quarter. Plus, putting Chris Bosh on Dirk Nowitzki was a complete disaster.
Will Perdue weighs in on Dallas' comeback win at Miami in Game 2 of the NBA Finals.
ESPN 760's Evan Cohen covers Dallas' comeback win at Miami in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, Erik Spoelstra and more.