LeBron James Opt-O-Meter: After Heat Fall Down 1-3 to Spurs in NBA Finals

Editor’s note: After every playoff game the All U Can Heat staff weighs in on the “LeBron James Opt-O-Meter” — the real-time measurement of LeBron’s mood in regards to whether or not he will stay in Miami after he opts out of his contract this summer. It’s not difficult to understand: 1 means he’s gone, like ‘Seeyuh, Miami, I’m going to Los Angeles’ gone. 10 means he’s staying, like already signed the contract in red gel pen staying. Like going in on South Florida-based investments with David Beckham staying. The reading is the average combined rating from the AUCH staff.

6/12 Opt-O-Reading: 1.75

Wes Goldberg: 2. It looks like Wade has nothing left and the team struggles to find ways to get Bosh involved consistently throughout the game. The rest of the cast had about as much support as a woman’s breasts at Woodstock.

Chris Posada: 3. Because there’s someone running around claiming to be Dwyane Wade on the Heat. The “Melo-to-Miami” talk begins and ends with Wade laughing at the thought of opting-out of his remaining 2 years for $43 million. Heat face an uphill battle now, but I’m not ready to say it’s over. Just gotta believe. *drinks a shot*

Jimmy Cook1. LeBron carried the Heat like this was the 07 Cavs and it still wasn’t enough. Why? Because just like 07, the Spurs are clearly the better team. This time around though, you can’t blame LeBron. Maybe you can’t even blame the Heat. The Spurs are just playing on another level. Despite the 1 that I gave, I think LeBron will stay in Miami, but they have a lot of work to do in the offseason. As for now, If the Heat want any chance of winning this title, they have to take it one game at a time. Win Game 5 on the road and you head back home to try and force a Game 7 , but that’s asking a lot. This isn’t about Miami not showing up, that takes away from what San Antonio has done. They’ve dominated the Heat in almost every aspect, and you have to respect that. 
Ehsan Kassim: 1. Because that’s how many shots LeBron’s teammates hit in the third quarter.

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