HuffPost's Jordan Schultz broke down the NBA Finals on Tuesday with Noah Coslov of CineSport.
The two talked about how Chris Bosh's jump shot will play a crucial role in softening up the Dallas zone from the high post.
They also discussed the fact that at 38 years old, Jason Kidd will become the oldest point guard ever to start an NBA Finals game. More specifically, Jordan touched on the wonderful job of Mavs head coach Rick Carlisle to limit the minutes of his two stars throughout the season. Both played the fewest total of their respective careers.
Lastly, Jordan picked the Heat in six, to which Noah largely credited his new pocket square.
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