NBA 2K11 has Bulls winning the NBA finals over the Mavericks in seven

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 19 May 2011 14:15 GMT

2K Sports has run a simulation of the NBA Playoffs and it predicted the Chicago Bulls winning the playoffs over the Dallas Mavericks in seven games.

The simulation ran the figures and it found that the Bulls and Mavericks need to win seven-game series in order to face-off at the finals.

According to the simulation run, posted by Kotaku, here is what it figured: Chicago rallies from a 3-1 series deficit to win it all. In Game 5, Luol Deng poured in 33 points to fight off elimination at Dallas; Carlos Boozer scored 23 and grabbed 17 rebounds in Game 6 to force a Game 7, and in the finale, Derrick Rose scored 42 points to seal the comeback.

Interesting as that is, tonight during the Western Conference Finals, Oklahoma City Thunder takes on the Dallas Mavericks, and real-life is a lot different so the best of seven, providing it goes to seven games, may see Oklahoma taking on the winner of the Eastern Conference finals between the Miami Heat and the Chicago Bulls.

Not that we know anything about basketball and such.

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