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The lasting image of the 2013 NBA Finals has to be Ray Allen’s game-tying three pointer in game six that helped Miami even the score and send the game to overtime.
However, NBA legend Rick Barry thinks that Allen’s three pointer shouldn’t have counted since the shot came after a traveling violation.
Barry expressed his thoughts on the matter during his radio show on 640 Sports in Miami:
“Everybody will probably hate me for saying this down there in Miami, but the bottom line of it is nobody made a big deal about the fact Ray Allen traveled on the shot he made to tie the game,” Barry said. “Ray did it so quickly, but he traveled. He had a pivot foot and he stepped back behind the line and he brought the foot that was his pivot foot back and took the shot, well I’m sorry but you can’t do that without dribbling the basketball.
“But anyway the San Antonio Spurs gave them every opportunity and they responded, talking about the Heat, and they were able to come away with the championship s...
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A representative for Dwyane Wade has reached out to JocksandStilettoJill.com to bring some clarity to the the ex-Mrs. Wade’s claims that Dwyane hasn’t been following through on his financial obligations for their divorce case. Through his attorney, Jim Pritikin, DWade maintains that not only has he provided for Siohvaughn throughout this process, they actually reached a settlement...
Mike Miller seems to be commanding quite a bit of interest these days.
According to ESPN.com, Denver is making a play for the free agent. Citing sources "close to the process," the site says that the Nuggets have joined Oklahoma City and Memphis in pursuing the 33-year-old, who was released from the Miami Heat in an amnesty move earlier in the week.
The report says that...
Dwyane Wade's attorney says the Miami Heat guard has finally reached a financial settlement with his ex-wife, ending their divorce saga.
Attorney James Pritikin says Wade ''provided a very generous settlement'' to ex-wife Siohvaughn Funches. Wade filed for divorce in 2007, and it was granted in 2010. He was awarded sole custody of his two sons in 2011.
In response to Dwyane Wade’s ex-wife’s recent shenanigans on a Chicago sidewalk last week claiming to have nowhere to live, the Heat star’s attorney released a statement to the contrary, asserting she is paid $25K a month and calling her actions “a mockery of homelessness.”
According to the Miami Herald:
Despite false allegations by Ms. Funches claiming to be “homeless”...
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Mike Miller has cleared waivers after being amnestied by the Heat and now he is an unrestricted free agent. According to Ken Berger of CBS:
Mike Miller, who cleared amnesty waivers and is a free agent, is telling friends he’s likely to sign with OKC, league source says.
Given the fact that he’s had injury issues and didn’t average above 5 points per...
NBA stars, Ray Allen, Shane Battier and Stephen Curry participated in the annual American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament in Lake Tahoe, Nevada this past week among Super Bowl MVP quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, US Olympic swimmer, Michael Phelps, NFL Hall of Fame running back, Emmitt Smith, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback, Alex Smith, NFL Hall of Fame wide receiver, Jerry...
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Here is the official statement from Wade’s attorney after Siohvaughn had a meltdown in the middle of a Chicago street.
“Dwyane Wade and his ex-wife Siohvaughn Funches have reached a financial settlement. The agreement was submitted in court last Tuesday, July 16 prior to Ms. Funches’ recent unfounded and erratic public display outside the courthouse...
In a report by the Chicago Sun-Times, Dwyane Wade’s ex-wife was out in the streets of Chicago protesting. This is not new news, but the NBA star’s baby mama is [...]
In the wake of Dwight Howard’s departure, the Los Angeles Lakers have been looking forward to 2014, when their options could be wide with a deep free-agent class and perhaps as much as $50 million in salary-cap room.
But there could be another huge player in free agency next summer, another destination team with a championship pedigree: The Miami Heat.
That may be hard to fathom...
The Celtics are now Rajon Rondo's team. The transition began over the past two seasons, but now with Doc Rivers in LA, and Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett in Brooklyn — the reigns have officially been given to the Celtics point guard.
For the past six seasons, Rondo has been little brother to Pierce, KG, and once upon a time, Ray Allen. Now a rehabbing Rondo finds himself as...