I'm sorry, I have to stop you at using LEON POWE as part of your argument. Are you serious?
And the Celtics have a "bunch" of rings? Try ONE ring per guy on that team, NOT counting Rasheed Wallace, who has been a free agent BUST.
The Celtics don't have the depth Orlando has. DONE DEAL.
And the Magic are not some vintage Suns team that just shoots three's. They have a balanced offense, and they are extremely deep.
You're a Celtics homer blinded by the fact that they're ahead 3-2 against an inferior Cavs team.
Orlando beat the Celtics last year and owned them 3-1 this year in the regular season. Magic is 6, guaranteed. Your argument is weak.
How is Leon Powe doing for the Cavs currently?
I picked Magic and Celtics in conference finals before the season with the Magic winning and I'm sticking to that.
I would have no problem with giving a last shot to Vince Carter
What are you even talking about? You used Power in your argument to HELP your argument, and the guy scored 5 points in the ENTIRE post-season.
He averaged just 4 pts and 3 reb for the entire SEASON. I mean, where are you going with this?
And if you agreed that the Celtics won't get to the Finals, why did you take this debate?
Hows your debate going buddy?
This site has never been about being right or wrong. It's about backing up your argument.
Even you said the Magic would beat the Cetlics, so don't be a hypocrite.
ya got beat. cope.
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