Rapper Flo Rida was sitting courtside for Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals between the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers on Monday night, and he told his manager to leave the game after things got out of control in the final minutes.
Heat guard Norris Cole and Pacers forward Jeff Pendergraph scrapped and were ejected. Cole elbowed Pendergraph, who was trying to screen him, and Pendergraph responded with a push. The two were trading trash talk by the sidelines, and apparently Flo Rida’s manager got a little crazy. At one point, he appeared to slap himself in the face:
TNT host Ernie Johnson said in the postgame show that Flo Rida asked his manager to leave the game. He could then be seen with an empty chair next to him:
Pop star Justin Bieber has apparently jumped onto the Miami Heat bandwagon, as he wore a tie-dye Miami Heat cap while attending Monday night's Game 7 of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals.
It would also appear that Bieber is trying to shed his pretty-boy image based on his fashion choice of an all-leather outfit and a load of "bling" around his neck. Naturally, the...
The defending champions came to play in Game 7. The Miami Heat destroyed the Indiana Pacers 99-76 Monday night in Miami to advance to the NBA Finals for the third straight year. The Heat will attempt to win
See what I mean? I literally have no clue where this photo came from except that it was found on the Reddit NBA section, and it is pretty great. Celebrate away, Miami! The Bieber incident has been forgotten. It says it was from Game 7 but we can’t confirm that, and we don’t really care.
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So the Miami Heat are going back to the NBA Finals, after fighting off the Indiana Pacers in game 7. Unfortunately that means the Heat Hater celebration party will have wait for a couple weeks. And man, was a ready for a celebration last night.
I had it all set up on my apartment balcony (I am only allowed to have championship celebrations on the balcony aka fire escape. For fear...
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Roy Hibbert has been handed a $75K fine for his comments during the post-game press conference Saturday night following Game 6. The world expected it to happen the second the curse word and gay slur slipped out, and sure enough it happened.
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After butting heads throughout the Eastern Conference finals, LeBron James gave Lance Stephenson some words of encouragement following the Heat’s Game 7 win over the Pacers Monday night.
According to the Indy Star:
“He said I played hard this season and he’s happy with my progress,” Stephenson said. “He said I helped changed the Pacers organization, made us stronger and...
MIAMI (AP) -- No more sitting out stars, and for the San Antonio Spurs, no more sitting around.
Finally, the NBA Finals matchup is set, and the Miami Heat will either win a second straight championship or the Spurs will go a perfect 5 for 5 in the title round while denying LeBron James a ring for the second time.
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