Emotional Infers: Pattern For Victory

Krishna DhaniCorrespondent IJune 11, 2010

As we all know the NBA Finals are going on. Apparently we have all noticed a strange pattern of revenge been seeking upon each team.

That revenge can change for both teams.

The Celtics won last night and now are deucing it up for a 2-2 tie with the Lakers. As we all know there are 7 games in the NBA Finals, meaning one team to at least have a record of 4-3.

The Lakers won the first then Celtics the second, then Lakers, then Celtics. Each time each team is faced with a depression of mentality in the fact of a loss they strike back. Either with Rajon Rondo or Kobe Bryant.

Either way there is only one team who can have enthusiasm at the end for winning. That team maybe the Lakers.


Well only upon the mentality of this pattern yes the Lakers will win. I mean look first L, then C, then L, then C, then L, then C, then Lakers with a close record of pattern of 4-3.

But, there is also a chance of aggravation upon each team aspiring them to devour the other team for breakfast each time. This can change easily so the pattern is not always successful. This is just another theory over each teams emotional infers not the statistics.

If you go by statistics you have an even game and that is where you left with an odd number of 7 so its one team. There also come the fact that everyone is entitled to their opinion leaving them at their conception of the games.

Whatever happens its Lakers or Celtics, but these games aren't entirely run by the team but by players.

As the pressure heats up and more people start to lose their hops its really key players to rule the game. The key players for Boston are Rajon Rondo and Ray Allen. For the Lakers Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol

If one team were to be cinsiderably out-numbered, you would have already determined a winner, unless its a team like Kobe and LeBron but thats not the case is it.

Now its just time as the main key to the verdict upon these games, and it will most likely stay like that until the end.