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SB Nation Network NBA Playoffs Open Thread: Game 2 redemption

Can the Warriors overcome their total choke job in Game 1 to even the series in San Antonio? Can the Bulls steal two from the reigning champs in Miami? I don't know for sure, but let's talk about it in Wednesday night's open thread.


DBB is once again hosting the SB Nation Network open thread for Wednesday night's playoff games. Below in italics is the key part of my post from the first time we hosted, because it works, and I'm lazy. I have, however, added my predictions for the games, which you can find below with the schedule.

What you might not understand is that this thread may be posted on the covers of other great SB Nation NBA blogs throughout the network, meaning other teams' fans may be stopping by to comment on the games with the DBB community.

The idea behind this is to bring general NBA fans together as one, in one community. That community for this Friday night is DBB.

We have a wonderful network here at SB Nation with incredibly insightful fans within each NBA blog's different community. We think these fans should be given an opportunity to come together, take in the games, shoot some e-breeze, maybe share some memes and lulz, and enjoy the fresh company, if they so desire. It could be fun.

All that we ask is that you abide by DBB's one loose rule and be respectful to one another at all times. (Also, please use the "flag" button to help us monitor any trolls or spammers.)

The schedule for the Conference semis' Game2s:

Bulls (1) at Heat (0); 7 p.m. on TNT
Bulls perspective - Blog-a-Bull
Heat perspective - Hot Hot Hoops

Prediction: LeBron James dunks at least five times, Joakim Noah sweats profusely, and the Miami Heat win by 11.

Warriors (0) at Spurs (1); 9:30 p.m. on TNT
Spurs perspective - Pounding the Rock
Warriors perspective - Golden State of Mind

Prediction: Stephen Curry makes you think he'll make every single shot he takes, Davidson will get one shout out during the broadcast about its move to the Atlantic-10, and ... the Spurs will go up 2-0 on the Warriors, who still can't believe they blew a 16-point 4th quarter lead and Curry's superstar performance in Game 1.

Now, talk among yourselves.