2011 NBA FInals: How the Dallas Mavericks Can Win Game 6
While it is unlikely, Dallas has a chance to close the 2011 NBA Finals tonight
There are skeptics out there that believe Dallas has no chance of winning game six. While I don't think they will, I can fathom it happening. Many things have to go right and fall for the Mavericks, but it is possible. However, several things must go right.
Dallas must continue their great defensive play. They must force Miami to shoot jumpers. Allowing them to drive to the basket at their desire, will lead to a blowout in the Heats favor. Tyson Chandler must continue to roam in the paint and continually battle for rebounds, while Shawn Marion tries his best to keep LeBron from a scoring spree.
Miami's defense will force Dallas to shoot jump shots. The Mavericks must hit their open looks. The Heat will pressure Dirk all night. Jason Kidd, DeShawn Stephenson, JJ Barea, and the other players must come through with clutch shooting. The high pressure defense might cause the Mavericks to hit free throws, so Dallas must keep up their composure at the line.
Lastly, the Mavericks need a little luck on their side. They'd better hope that Miami's shots roll out. Maybe the pressure of game six causes a few awkward passes or bad bounces. Either way, the Mavericks can't do it on their own.
Then again, Dirk could always go off and score 50 points, negating most of these factors.
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