Being a Witness To Greatness

Jun 9, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; General view of the Finals logo prior to game two of the 2013 NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs at the American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

 

It really does not matter if it’s The Miami Heat or San Antonio Spurs when it comes to the winner of the 2013 NBA Finals. We are witnessing greatness.

With Tim Duncan and the Spurs, we could see 5 NBA Titles in as many tries. It would be the closest thing to the Chicago Bulls of the 1990′s that we have seen. A team that has won every finals that they have played in is impressive, especially when it is five of them.

With the Miami Heat, it would be back to back championships. Basically it could be the true beginning of a potential dynasty. What do I consider a dynasty? I think three titles in a four year span would qualify.

On tonights episode, I explain how I had an epiphany about sports and life because of wet socks and a little sunshine. I know, it’s bizarre how one could lead to another, but it happened to me today.

 

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