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  • Not to the same extent, but still yes

    The NBA was proven to have fixed games when the tragedy of game 6 of the western conference finals between the Kings and the Lakers proved to be rigged due to the Tim Donaghy incident. It is still debated though whether or not the league had ordered Donaghy and the other officials to extend the series to game 7, due to the fact that all of the officials were strongly favoring the Lakers, not just Donaghy. I believe that the NBA is still rigged, just not to the same obvious extent. I believe this because if you look back to last year, 5 first round series were extended to seven games (Nets-Raptors, Mavericks-Spurs, Warriors-Clippers, Pacers-Hawks, and Thunder-Grizzlies), but there was only one upset by the Nets (who had superstars like Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, and Deron Williams that the league would want to advance to the second round. I think it all worked out too perfectly with the Spurs and Pacers (both the best team in their respective conferences) beating the Hawks and the Mavericks (both 8 seeded teams). After all, can you think of how much money the NBA would loose if Paul George and Lance Stevenson along with Tony Parker, Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobli were all eliminated in the first round. Also, this happened with the Thunder and Grizzlies, because after all, what would happen if Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook were also eliminated by middle of the pack team. Then put together the fact that the final 4 teams were all first and second seed, followed by a rematch of last year's finals. Also, put in the fact that the Nets had no calls go their way in the 4th quarter of game five of the 2nd round to ensure a Heat victory, and there you go. A league where everything went right for them. Too many things went right which in my opinion made this very fishy.

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