NBA Finals: What they're saying about Game 3

CBSSports.com writer Bryan Fischer said, “The Thunder's ability to overcome their coaching staff is truly the mark of a great team.”
by Ryan Sharp Published: June 17, 2012

Here's a look at what analysts, celebrities and media types were saying during Game 3 of the NBA Finals:

*Sports Illustrated writer Chris Mannix via Twitter: “Good Lord, Mike Miller. Stop trying to draw charges. Or at least stop being so bad at it.”

*ESPN analyst John Hollinger: “15 minutes in, Miami still has made only one basket from beyond the restricted area.”

* CBSSports.com writer Gregg Doyel via Twitter: “LeBron was on bench in full warm-ups. You just don't see that often. He was sniffling earlier in week. Aww, a cold!”

* Actor Rainn Wilson (aka Dwight Shrute on The Office), via Twitter: “Whoever wins tonight is gonna win the series. Unless it's the Heat.”

* CBSSports.com writer Bryan Fischer via Twitter: “The Thunder's ability to overcome their coaching staff is truly the mark of a great team.”

* TNT analyst Jeff Van Gundy: “Who would have thought the Swiss would have a great defender (Thabo Sefolosha)?”

* Lakers forward Metta World Peace via Twitter after James Harden was called for a late foul: “No brain. All beard.”

* Houston Texas running back Arian Foster via Twitter: “All you LeBron (James) haters can crawl back under a rock for two days.”

* ESPN.com writer Marc Stein via Twitter: “Durant was due for a fourth quarter where he did NOT make you think he'll own NBA for next 10 years. The foul trouble didn't help but ...”


by Ryan Sharp
Senior Assistant Sports Editor
Ryan Sharp is a lifelong Oklahoman but was born in Texas, something he doesn't share too often with his OU- and OSU-loyal friends. Ryan spent a good chunk of his early childhood in southeast Oklahoma, before moving to Shawnee, where he...
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