The only thing more predictable than this NBA postseason has been the reaction to its predictability. Those who bellyached last July over Kevin Durant's decision to join the Golden State Warriors' funhouse are snarling and belting out "I told you so!" at every chance. After nearly seven months of "competition," the season will end the way everyone knew it would end: with Part III of the Warriors vs. the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Hibernating bears have experienced more suspense.
So there's one thing that I, as a passionate defender of dominance, must say in reaction to this boring reality.
Give me two super powers marching indomitably...
The Miami Heat host the San Antonio Spurs in game six of the NBA Finals at American Airlines Arena. LeBron James heads upcourt late in the game without the iconic headband.