The following is just a brief list of films I’ve watched/re-watched lately either in theaters or through other means. Not all are from this year of course.
No Country for Old Men 8/10
Escape from L.A 6/10
War Dogs 7/10
Star Trek Beyond 8/10
The following is just a brief list of films I’ve watched/re-watched lately either in theaters or through other means. Not all are from this year of course.
No Country for Old Men 8/10
Escape from L.A 6/10
War Dogs 7/10
Star Trek Beyond 8/10
First of all, allow me to say as a fellow ’80s child (alongside Harry who is of course a little under two years older than me by this point) that I appreciate this play/writing being created just as much as any ’90s child would. I read through the first seven novels and always had a blast exploring the mystical world that J.K Rowling crafted. I watched all eight films and was mildly surprised that each found its way to the silver screen in such an amusing and enjoyable way. Sure, things always differ between film and book and although I would’ve loved them to be exact replicas, I do understand why they could not be at all times.
Therefore, upon hearing that not only would there be a two-part theatrical production but a released text to accompany it in semi-book form, I was as enthused as anyone would be. And then of course there is the matter of the film adaptation of ‘Fantastic Beasts’ coming shortly as well. Suffice it to say, the world cannot have enough of Harry Potter- whether you condemn the producers for selling their souls and continuing to milk the brand or not is beyond the point.
To be clear, this particular review is for the text of ‘Cursed Child Part 1 and 2’ not the theatrical release. As much as I applaud them for taking leaps and bounds theatrically to shake things up and make them interesting, I’ve always preferred text and I like to envision the characters the same as I always have in my mind as well. I’ll do my best to hit the highlights of the three-hundred odd pages or so without spoiling anything, as if you all probably haven’t had things spoiled enough for you by this point.
‘Cursed Child’ should be considered the eighth base text in the Potter saga although it is as much Harry’s story as it is that of his youngest son Albus Severus Potter’s (alongside Scorpius Malfoy, perhaps the most darling character Rowling has written yet). Picking up roughly where the epilogue of book seven (Deathly Hallows) leaves us, nineteen or so years after the Battle of Hogwarts and all that was thenceforth ended in the wizarding world (see: Moldy Voldy and several lovable characters), ‘Cursed Child’ quickly proves that it isn’t going to stay quietly in the Potter mold. Within about fifty pages, three or four years pass at Hogwarts and an entirely different story begins to take shape. Things have never been perfect in Harry’s world and Rowling (alongside of course Jack Thorne and John Tiffany) makes sure to inject just the right, believable amount of familial drama and flawed characters into the mix as well.
I enjoyed the believable evolution and portrayal of familiar characters as well as the addition of new ones to make the story have its own, new sense of purpose and direction and life. The world may or may not be a better place and characters see their flaws and notice how things in the past may come back to haunt them and this is very much a large and intricately portrayed part of the story. I’ll not spoil any key plot-specific elements but I will most definitely say that time plays a large role in the story- not just in terms of establishing the future but reconciling with past actions as well. Rowling definitely goes the classic route and tugs on the heartstrings by making callbacks to previous notable moments in Harry’s life, exceptionally so in roughly the last fifty pages or so of the text.
I enjoyed seeing the overall arching storylines that traced characters’ paths from book seven until ‘Cursed Child’ and I also enjoyed how things ended. I say ended merely because the two-part theatrical production definitely serves as a fitting end for Harry’s story, although it could very well turn into the beginning of his son’s generation of characters’ story. I was satisfied with the end of Harry’s seven years at Hogwarts for better or worse and I’m just as satisfied by the end of ‘Cursed Child’ overall. It both trod old and familiar territory and spiced things up a little bit with some changes to the nostalgic formula and teases of darker things to come hither and thither. I’m excited to see where the world continues to go- whether in terms of films or other productions, and that will never change. The groundwork has been laid for delving into other realms of production and Rowling has proved that she can craft intricate and thought-provoking stories both with eight-hundred page tomes and three-hundred page manuscripts.
[Also Found on GIO.]
Dir. David F. Sandberg | Wr. Eric Heisserer and David F. Sandberg
PG-13 | 1H21M | Horror | 2016
Lights Out is far from the most heinous of horror masterpieces and also far from the least horrid of them all. Instead, it falls somewhere into that middle mushy category that is often forgotten over time, however much of a hit it was to begin with. By no means is the film terrible but by equal measure by no means is it groundbreaking or astounding. Even with almost an hour and a half of screen time, viewers may be bored in many instances as the pacing is often off-kilter at best.
As much as I would like to state otherwise, I’ve always had some small stigma where PG-13 horror films are concerned. Seeing as most directors find themselves limited in what they can and cannot do for effect in such films, I’ve rarely been satisfied by them. I’m proud to say Lights Out does deliver in that category, as predictable as the scares are and as laudably dumb as it characters may be at times. Such is the almighty curse of being a character in a modern horror film I suppose.
It has an original-ish plot I suppose for starters, although at many points it devolves into wandering about in the dark and throwing multiple close encounters of the dead kind at viewers for the sake of doing so. The cinematography is fairly standard for the most part although there are some great scenes- two of which I found particularly appealing, one featured early in the film following protagonist Rebecca’s (Teresa Palmer) father and the other utilizing a blacklight to great effect.
At times the acting isn’t the best, although perhaps that’s more of a testament to the characters themselves than the acting abilities of actors and actresses, or the writing of the script. The main attraction should rightfully be the thrill of the really good scares that are here and there, as well as the buildup in explanation of the mysterious Diana. While the “revelations” may be cliched at times and the moments of “normal life” in between the periods of crazy aren’t much fun to watch, the package as a whole is just short and sweet yet long enough to be entertaining and mostly worthwhile.
All in all, Lights Out is an enjoyable film to watch and a solid directorial debut from Sandberg. A six out of ten might seem average or even harsh, but I’d say it’s roughly a sixty-seven out of one hundred from me. Not bad at all.
WARNING- I will be out of town and mainly apart from civilization from roughly the fifteenth of this month until mid-July. I will announce my return appropriately.
EDIT: 7/25/16 (I’ll Be Back)
Honestly, it’s been a while since I branched out and played different genres than action, adventure, role-playing, horror, survival, etc. Typically I tend to avoid year to year sports games, even the ones I have or the ones I’ve reviewed in the past. But lately I’ve been diving back into Madden, I guess in some attempt to prepare myself for football again or to make amends for not paying attention to my home team so much these past few years.
I have not however been playing the newest thing out there, opting instead for the most recent game I have in the series- Madden 15. I’ve been going through the interesting and fun yet sadly very flawed Connected Franchise mode the past few days, building up several successful seasons as both a wide receiver and linebacker for the Falcons and Chiefs. Who would’ve thought that I’d actually want more access to stats in a game?
The point of this post however is not the game itself nor its flaws, rather some of the interesting tidbits and intricacies in between. For example, I constantly wonder why Colin Kaepernick and the San Fransisco 49ers have had three 14 otr better win seasons in a row, rivaling even my user controlled teams. How could it be that a game released in 2014 accurately portrays Johnny Manziel’s flaming burnout but still has RG3 and Kaep at 93+ overall ratings? How could it be that Tom Brady, who is still kicking it in real life has sunk to an 83 overall and headed a team that only had a winning record two of those three years? It’s questions like these that interest me.
Whoever created the game obviously had a thing for the 49ers and the Jaguars, as these two teams are always secretly powerful in terms of stats and players, if not in terms of tangible success. Sometimes I sit there and think about how downright deadly the Ravens offensive really seems to be initially- I mean I even play as QB for them in another connected franchise file. There’s potential there. But trying to find real-life mirrors of the game world is difficult when taking into account I can play as notables who were injured in the real season and couldn’t carry their teams to victory as they do in Madden.
Howdy folks, long time no blog…again. Apologies for apologizing and not remedying that the last go round but I will make a more profound attempt in order to do so this time around. What exactly have I been doing lately? Well, working on several projects for starters. Work on the long-time indie little design project I’ve been writing for has been stagnant of late but continues. I’ve been writing for the first real time in a while, so working on two little short stories to boost morale and competency I guess. Still writing reviews and cataloging them for later when I can actually fine-tune and release them. So I may be back to original and old form before too much longer, although beware- from mid-June to mid-July or early August I will be out of country and more than likely not posting much of anything. And of course I’ve also been watching movies, television, and playing plenty of games.
Lately, more than anything I’ve immersed myself once more in the world of The Witcher 3, I’ve revisited Halo 5, and I’ve even dabbled in some sports games here and there. On the shows and movies front I’ve been wrapping up my superhero goodies like Gotham, The Flash, and Arrow. And of course as for films I’ve seen my fair share of the expected ones- Captain America 3 and so forth. Hopefully I’ve not proven to be too boring or mundane, but I shall continue to try to provide content as always, for better or worse.
So, long time no blogging. Sorry for the delay between some of the things I’ve been working on. I’ve been pretty busy wrapping up some other working and personal projects, as well as catching up on my fair share of shows for future retro reviews. I’m trying to make this whole deal a more well-rounded media offering although I will always focus heavily on the games aspect of course that it initially began as, alongside writing and whatnot.
So, what’s coming in the next month or so? Well, I’ve been compiling reviews for several seasons of television shows- from American Horror Story to How To Get Away With Murder. I’ve also been busy testing and playing some new releases in terms of games so expect potentially a few reviews or thoughts blogs. And really, just expect continual coverage of all other things I generally work on. So, that’s it for the whole update business. Hope to get back again soon.
We haven’t survived the worst of this winter yet. And no, I am not referring to any seasonal winter the likes of which this world has seen. I am of course referring to the onslaught we are sure to be due for in Westeros and the lands beyond. Tonight saw the return of HBO’s ever popular Game of Thrones with the premiere episode of Season 6 of the show. Entitled “The Red Woman,” we saw plenty of said titular character and then some. But that wasn’t the only interesting development throughout the show and it was an unsurprisingly decent and solid start for the season. Not much has been answered and endless possibilities have been raised, however it’s safe to say this season should be as entertaining as any yet. Let’s look at what happened and where the show could go this season or beyond…
Jon Snow is…Dead
In case you were hoping for anything other than that, prepare to be somewhat disappointed. Most signs still point to the dashing hero being resurrected at some point in the future, but it will not be anytime so soon. For the time being, he is gone. And Ser Davos, Ghost and co are not too thrilled. Meaning some serious stuff is bound to go down.
Ramsay Bolton stars in “Still an Asshat”
Yep. Just when you thought the honorary Bolton might not have only mean bones in his body, he goes and does it again. Thankfully his scenes did not involve flaying anybody alive or torturing his subjects physically and mentally. Just harsh pragmatism and feeding his beloved Myranda’s body to the dogs.
As Roose Bolton notes, there will be a reckoning coming to the Northmen now that they have decided to disobey their former Lannister compatriots. Whether or not the Lannister’s will crumble like the Axis forces attempting to fight their two-sided war in WWII or not remains to be seen. But they’ve got some trouble in Dorne on the horizon as well as in the North. Then again, the North remembers, and the North has some more trouble of its own to contemplate. Let’s not even get started on whether Dany and co will make it across the Narrow Sea or not.
Theon..Back at it Again
Or as close as we’re ever likely to see the newly reformed Reek-Theon-Reek. After apparently surviving their drop (obviously), the Sansa and Reek duo made their way across the windy and icy wastes all the while pursued by the Bolton hounds, fresh from their feeding I assume. We almost got to watch Reek get torn apart by said hounds, however Sansa and Theon were finally rescued by Brienne and Pod who did a good job dragging their rescue out and making things tense for us all as usual. Needless to say, Sansa finally appreciated the help.
Blood Boiling in the Red Keep
Well, we know there is only so much time before violence erupts in the southern capital of Westeros, although exactly when that will happen remains unclear. Matters surely weren’t helped by Jaime’s return with a dead daughter. Cersei is understandably distraught and for once pitiable again. Which can only mean heads will roll, sparrows will suffer, and the Mountain and Jaime will have their day.
Meanwhile in the Darkest of Dungeons..
Queen Margaery contemplates and denies confession yet again, as Cersei also did for a time. Just how and when she will enact her own brand of justice and vengeance is yet to play out and be seen. But it is undoubtedly coming as well. Will the Tyrells and Lannisters join forces to free their loved ones and punish their captors? Stranger things have happened. I’d hate to see prettyboy Ser Loras bite the dust when his character has plenty more usefulness than being a face for zealots and their homophobia however.
Family means “Everything”
Just when we thought we’d seen it all with a genuinely heartfelt moment between the Lannister siblings, here comes a heartwarming moment in Dorne and…oh wait. Ellaria and her Sand Snake daughters slaughtered Prince Doran, his faithful axe wielding guard, and Trystane for added measure. But why did you have “to be a greedy bitch” and stab him in the face? Wasn’t it bad enough Oberyn had his jelly squeezed out already? Dorne looms on the precipice of war with Westeros and now that “weak mean” will never again rule, there are three powerful queens in the ring. (Or four, you know.)
The Tyrion and Varys Show
In a perfect world, Tyrion and Varys have their own comedy show and routinely cater for high level events with their stand-up schtick. However, this is Game of Thrones and a far from perfect world, so alas the two are stuck trying to rule the burning ship that is Meereen. And you know, looking at a harbor full of burning ships, more than likely thanks to the Sons of the Harpy or some other asshats running about mucking things up for Dany and co. Here goes finding the bastard who runs that organization and trying to run a city.
Jorah the Explorer
Meanwhile good old Jorah and Daario are hunting about the countryside from their Queen and love interest when they find both remnants of Drogon’s dragonly meal and their ruler’s ring in the muck kicked up by the Dothraki horde. Not all is lost, although you wouldn’t know that from the sullen remarks Jorah gives whilst staring at the greyscale rapidly spreading across his forearm. The man knows he’s not destined to find love with the Mother of Dragons, but by goodness he’ll kill the men who took her away.
Dany…boy the Hills are Calling
Dany has seen her fair share of pain and suffering and now that she’s been taken by the Dothraki horde it looks like we’re in for some more rapey and painful scenes. Wait! After being taken before the Khal, she can endure the abuse no longer and informs him of her rank and status to which he eventually replies with surprising reference considering her former marriage to Khal Drogo. And then orders her shipped off to a widow-filled temple. Fun times abound.
Things just don’t seem to ever let up for any of the Starks, but surely Arya has endured some of the worst treatment in recent memory besides Sansa’s brutal loss of virginity last season. Not only is she blind and begging/overhearing helpful information in the streets of Braavos, but the good old reliable Waif comes around to knock our girl down and beat the literal snot out of her as well. And apparently it’s going to become a daily routine of kicking her ass and teaching her to not rely on her senses so much at one time.
Return to Castle Black
If you thought Thorne talking about doing the right thing and wanting to kill the wildlings in addition to Jon Snow and basically any and everyone that doesn’t fit the bill in his ruthless pragmatism was appalling, try listening to him “bargaining” with Ser Davos and co. As if they’d believe a band of murderous traitors would honor promises anyhow. Not only does the fate of Jon Snow and his few allies lie in the hands of Dolorous Edd, but also in the wiles of the Red Woman (or Old Crone) as it would be.
Now, let’s talk about some plot developments that could potentially occur this season or merely at undetermined points in the future, not only based on what occurred last season and in this premiere episode, but what has yet to pass or could.
Anyway, now that I talked about a few broad things that haven’t been thoroughly discussed as much this season as of yet, let’s talk about possible plotlines I could see in their entirety happening, or at least potentially in part.
There are plenty more storylines that could be brought up- both completely original or building off of things previously in the television series or books. However, I’ll leave you with these ones for now.
The 2015-16 NBA season wasn’t quite some tumultuous as its NCAA counterpart, however that’s not to say there weren’t a fair share of ups and downs for some teams along the way. Of the sixteen teams that made the bracket this year, five did not return from last year’s playoff scramble and missed the bracket entirely. Not pictured this year: Brooklyn, Washington, Chicago, Milwaukee, and New Orleans. Teams that made it this year that couldn’t even hack it last year are few and far between, but somehow Miami, Charlotte, Indiana, Detroit, and Oklahoma City all rebounded nicely.
It’s been an interesting dynamic all year long, and although records don’t mean anything if you can’t win when it matters, the West seems to be outplaying the East at the higher level teams, but falling towards the middle. The top four teams in the West all have records better or within a game or two of the best two in the East. Teams three through six in the East have the same record, which is better than five through eight in the West. Seven and eight in the East have better records than five through eight in the West. Choosing which half of the league is dominant or more competitive is hard to judge and this year is no different. Should we deem the West more challenging because several of its teams rose to record setting records? Or the East because overall it features the better recorded teams?
The Golden State Warriors are in their prime and still hitting their stride. They’ve had some missteps along the way and hiccups that cost them games they shouldn’t have lost, however they achieved a record-breaking 73 win season with less than ten losses to their name. That’s definitely something, especially coming off a championship win over Cleveland last year. Whether or not they can establish an argument for best team in recent years and possibly all-time remains to be seen. What is clear is they can only go up from here. Let’s look at their 9 losses really quick in perspective, keeping in mind a few came due to the loss of Steph Curry at key times.
Their first was a thirteen point dropped game to the Bucks, their second a twenty-three point reaming from Dallas, and third a two point loss to the Nuggets. The fourth was an eighteen point loss to the Pistons, to which they rebounded mightily with a nearly thirty point win in a championship rematch against Cleveland in the next game. Their fifth loss came as a surprise blowout of thirty-two points from Portland behind Damian Lillard’s 51 points. The sixth loss was a seventeen pointer to Kobe in his farewell to the Warriors, the seventh an eight point contest between Western rival San Antonio, and the eighth was a three point game dropped to Boston. Now, the ninth and final loss came thanks to the Timberwolves who extended their lead to seven points in overtime for the victory. The Warriors have proven that they are great, even if they aren’t infallible or perfect. So theoretically taking out the games they lost by less than ten points, we could’ve been looking at a 77-5 Warriors team.
But enough of that. Let’s look to the future of teams other than the Warriors, Cavaliers, Spurs, and Thunder. Let’s look at the mid-level teams who missed the cut this year but could do great things based on how they played, not fared. And let’s look at the teams who made the cut and could potentially keep doing so for a long while. The Raptors were a strong force to be reckoned with, only one game separating them from Lebron and the number one seed in the East, however I think the true danger in this conference lies in the teams that went 48-34. Excluding the Heat, who seem to dwindle when they can least afford it, I see the Hawks, Celtics, and Hornets doing great things. Particularly those first two teams.
The Hornets never seem to have much luck in the playoffs with their matchups, but give them a few more wins and say a season ending at 50 or more and they could secure a rare third or fourth berth and be on their way to advancing for the first time in a while. Let’s not forget how surprisingly deadly the Celtics have turned out to be these past few years, even if they have been discounted by many lately. I see them improving upon their five seed in the next season. The Hawks have the ability to grow if they choose to do so, but only time will tell which of these two teams is the more dangerous. The Pacers should be a constant if they keep up the work they have put in, but I don’t see them destined for greatness any time soon just yet.
As for those who missed the cut, I think the Bulls and Wizards could definitely do more next year and potentially even reclaim slots in the 2017 playoffs as well. The Bucks have proven to be giantslayers at times, but whether or not this translates into actual success and a winning record remains to be seen as well. I do see them winning 40+ games next year however if they can do this, and maybe getting lucky enough to secure themselves a playoff berth as well. Heading over to the West side, the Clippers look like one of the most dangerous teams I’ve ever seen and recounting their performance this time last year it’s easy to imagine them doing it all over again next year as well. I think they can definitely improve themselves and topple the giants standing above them.
The Mavericks, Grizzlies, and Rockets all got lucky with the cutoff, however the closer they get to batting 500, the closer the get to slipping off the radar of relevance as well. I foresee the Rockets being just clutch enough to nail a seven or eight slot next year, but the other two coming back with less than stellar results, having been replaced along the way. The Jazz came fairly close to relishing their victory and celebrating with a playoff berth, but that one or two games eluded them. I think they could improve to be a 45 win ball club and distance themselves from the pack. I’m also choosing to be optimistic here in saying so, but I foresee the Pelicans and Lakers both rebounding to marginally more successful seasons. Whether this entails playoff runs or not remains entirely to be seen, however the Lakers should win more than 30 games first if they want to even talk, Kobe or no.
So let’s put this all together now. Let’s look at just how dangerous these teams I’ve talked about could be and how they might stack up based on this year’s performance and where they might be able to go in the future.
Danger Rangers Unite
Now, that’s half the league I’ve covered here. So just where exactly do the other fifteen teams fall into the mix? Well I’m glad you asked (or wondered, or didn’t- whatever you’re getting told anyways). Here’s about where I see people next year.
All the Danger Rangers United
Hey folks, it’s me again back at it with some sports coverage because I’m not sure what else I’d do besides study and suffer and study (with all of this valuable time). So now I’ve shifted my focus from March Madness to the Warriors and the rest of the Championship hopefuls in the NBA. Let’s see what comes of this shall we? In this initial post, I am going to not only keep track of the actual statistics (in terms of who wins and loses), but also list some of my thoughts on potential game and series winners. It’s all back to square one now and it’s technically anyone’s game. Let’s begin.
Some Initial Thoughts
In the East we have the beasts that are the Cleveland Cavaliers, Toronto Raptors, Miami Heat and Atlanta Hawks. Not to mention the savvy Celtics, Hornets, Pacers and Pistons. The Bulls and Wizards just missed the mark.
In the West however we have the rampaging Golden State Warriors, San Antonio Spurs, and Oklahoma City Thunder. Alongside these sky-high teams are the likes of the Clippers, Trail Blazers, Mavericks, Grizzlies and Rockets. The Jazz just didn’t play the right tune this time around.
Standings in the East
1Cavaliers – 57/25
2Raptors – 56/26
3Heat – 48/34
4Hawks – 48/34
5Celtics – 48/34
6Hornets – 48/34
7Pacers – 45/37
8Pistons – 44/38
Standings in the West
1Warriors – 73/9
2Spurs – 67/15
3Thunder – 55/27
4Clippers – 53/29
5Trail Blazers – 44/38
6Mavericks – 42/40
7Grizzlies – 42/40
8Rockets – 41/41
Current Game Standings
1Cavaliers v 8Pistons 1-0 Cleveland G1 106-101
2Raptors v 7Pacers 1-1 Tied G2 98-87 Toronto
3Heat v 6Hornets 1-0 Miami G1 123-91
4Hawks v 5Celtics 2-0 Atlanta G2 89-72
1Warriors v 8Rockets 2-0 Golden State G2 115-106
2Spurs v 7Grizzlies 2-0 San Antonio G2 94-68
3Thunder v 6Mavericks 1-1 Tied G2 85-84 Dallas
4Clippers v 5Trail Blazers 1-0 Los Angeles G1 115-95
Some Game Notes
My Potential Winners v Actual Winners
Round One (7 Games Each Potentially)
1Cavaliers v 8Pistons | Game 1: Cavs W Game 2: Cavs W Game 3: Pistons W Game 4: Cavs W Game 5: Cavs W | Cavs W 4-1
2Raptors v 7Pacers | Game 1: Pacers W Game 2: Pacers L Game 3: Raptors W Game 4: Raptors W Game 5: Raptors W Game 6: Pacers W Game 7: Raptors W | Raptors W 4-3
3Heat v 6Hornets | Game 1: Heat W Game 2: Heat W Game 3: Hornets W Game 4: Heat W Game 5: Heat W | Heat W 4-1
4Hawks v 5Celtics | Game 1: Celtics L Game 2: Hawks W Game 3: Celtics W Game 4: Celtics W Game 5: Hawks W Game 6: Hawks W | Hawks W 4-2
1Warriors v 8Rockets | Game 1: Warriors W Game 2: Warriors W Game 3: Warriors W Game 4: Rockets W Game 5: Warriors W | Warriors W 4-1
2Spurs v 7Grizzlies | Game 1: Spurs W Game 2: Spurs W Game 3: Grizzlies W Game 4: Spurs W Game 5: Grizzlies W Game 6: Spurs W | Spurs W 4-2
3Thunder v 6Mavericks | Game 1: Thunder W Game 2: Thunder L Game 3: Thunder W Game 4: Mavericks W Game 5: Thunder W Game 6: Thunder W | Thunder W 4-2
4Clippers v 5Trail Blazers | Game 1: Clippers W Game 2: Clippers W Game 3: Trail Blazers W Game 4: Clippers W Game 5: Clippers W | Clippers W 4-1
Round Two (7 Games Each Potentially)
1Cavaliers v 4Hawks | Game 1: Cavaliers W Game 2: Hawks W Game 3: Cavaliers W Game 4: Cavaliers W Game 5: Hawks W Game 6: Cavaliers W | Cavs W 4-2
3Heat v 2Raptors | Game 1: Raptors W Game 2: Raptors W Game 3: Heat W Game 4: Heat W Game 5: Heat W Game 6: Heat W | Heat W 4-2
1Warriors v 4Clippers | Game 1: Warriors W Game 2: Warriors W Game 3: Clippers W Game 4: Warriors W Game 5: Warriors W | Warriors W 4-1
3Thunder v 2Spurs | Game 1: Spurs W Game 2: Spurs W Game 3: Thunder W Game 4: Spurs W Game 5: Thunder W Game 6: Thunder W Game 7: Thunder W | Thunder W 4-3
Round Three (7 Games Each Potentially)
1Cavaliers v 3Heat | Game 1: Heat W Game 2: Cavaliers W Game 3: Heat W Game 4: Heat W Game 5: Cavaliers W Game 6: Cavaliers W Game 7: Heat W | Heat W 4-3
1Warriors v 3Thunder | Game 1: Thunder W Game 2: Warriors W Game 3: Warriors W Game 4: Thunder W Game 5: Warriors W Game 6: Warriors W | Warriors W 4-2
NBA Finals (7 Games Potentially)
3Heat v 1Warriors | Game 1: Warriors Game 2: Warriors Game 3: Heat Game 4: Warriors Game 5: Heat Game 6: Warriors | Warriors W 4-2
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