So who will win the NBA Championship that starts tonight? Will Boston raise flag #18 or will Los Angeles claim the title as the best team in the National Basketball Association

Do we have any members of the New England Diabetes Group who are transplanted from the west coast and maybe even LA Lakers fans?

I'm picking the Celtics in 6 games because they have the better team and they want it more.

Who do you think will win and in how many games?

Go CELTICS ! ! !
Florian

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I hate all Boston-based sports teams, so, although I'm not terribly fond of the Lakers, I'm definitely going to root for them. Down with the Celtics (though Go, Paul Pierce)!
My Hubby , the basket ball fan thinks the Celtics will win ...more depth amongst the players , even if Laker's Coby is a great scorer.
May the best team win !
go knicks
OK New Englanders, if we win game 6 in LA we can hang banner #18 from the rafters of the New Boston Garden. Wouldn't that be nice?

GO CELTICS

"Wait till next year", as we use to say in NY after the Yankees beat the Dodgers. It was a great game and my blood pressure and blood sugar were on the rise right from the opening tip off. My hats off to the Lakers, the best team won.
Well , that was close ...till next season !
My BG went up 50 points between the beginning of the 3rd and end of the 4th quarter. Ugly game 7, and ugly series, but it didn't disappoint!
I hope you did not bet the house:)
Hah! No, just a Lakers fan. =)

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