Colin Cowherd Previews the 2020 NBA Finals Between the Lakers and Heat


Colin Cowherd: “History matters. It doesn’t mean that history ALWAYS repeats itself, but it matters. The NBA’s history is really clear; if you’ve got a couple great players and you've got a good enough coach, they beat the team of DEPTH -- that’s just the way it works. There have been the 1976 Seattle Supersonics, the 2011 Dallas Mavericks, and the 2004 Detroit Pistons, but generally the STARS win. I like the Lakers to beat Miami in five games, I think they’re going to roll… The Lakers have the two best players in every series and that’s always what has won for the Lakers, whether it was Kareem & Magic and Shaq & Kobe… I will take the Lakers because I will take LEBRON… Not only is Lebron the most energized I’ve seen him in the last five years, but the one old team in the bubble has caught a couple of breaks – they’re called LeBron and AD. The brittle player is the healthiest he’s ever been going into the playoffs, and the 17-year star needed a little rest and got it.” (Full Video Above)

Listen to Colin Cowherd preview the 2020 NBA Finals that begin tonight, and explain why he’s picking the Lakers to roll over the Heat in five games.

Check out the full segment above as Colin ranks the top 10 players in this series, and details why that doesn’t bode well for Miami.

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