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Dwyane Wade scored 21 points, LeBron James finished with 19 and
the Miami Heat took off in the fourth quarter to pull away and beat
the Milwaukee Bucks 98-86 in Game 2 of the teams' Eastern
Conference first-round series on Tuesday night.
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The Miami Heat are widely considered to be favorites to win back-to-back NBA titles this season. There are very few people — the players included — who believe the Milwaukee Bucks have a chance to pull off a first-round upset. Dwyane Wade, for one, does not seem too concerned.
The NY Post’s Page Six reported over the weekend that Wade prepared for Game 1 against the Bucks...
While the Heat are running through the Bucks, Dwyane Wade would like to remind everyone that this old man still has plenty of juice and hops in the tank. Duly noted, Dwyane.
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After the Miami Heat’s game one victory over the Milwaukee Bucks, LeBron James wore a bizarre sweater to the post game press conference. I guess if you’re the best basketball player in the world you can do stuff like this, but it can’t be recommended. I hope his teammates gave him a lot of grief for wearing this hideous thing.
I’m not judging. I’m just pointing out that LeBron James wears the same type of pants that your wife or girlfriend (or both) does. LeBron took some time to pose for this picture (which was posted to his Facebook page) after the Heat’s Game Two win.
Like I said, I’m not judging. But those pants look much much much better on my wife.
LeBron James put on his finest party sweater for the post-game press conference following the Miami Heat's Game 1 win over the Milwaukee Bucks.
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We all know that Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade can soar for some pretty incredible dunks but this slam in game two of Tuesday night’s Heat/Bucks affair in pretty darn impressive. The dunk happened in the third quarter of play as Mario Chalmers missed a jump shot but Wade was able to collect the miss for the slam: Looking for another awesome Wade slam during the same game? We have...
To put into context the challenge any team faces in a seven-game series, just take a gander at Miami's regular season results. The Heat lost just four times in their last 41 games dating back to Jan. 27 - with one of those losses coming without LeBron James and Dwyane Wade.
Any team that plans on knocking out the defending NBA champions must find a way to beat them four times...
MIAMI If anybody has an idea, please drop it in the Milwaukee Bucks suggestion box.
With perhaps just a week left in his tenure as Bucks coach, Jim Boylan is looking for any way he can find to slow down LeBron James at least a little. After watching the Miami Heat star have a near triple-double Sunday night at AmericanAirlines Arena, all Boylan could do was throw his hands up....
MIAMI LeBron James is in full playoff mode. Well, maybe.
The Miami Heat star said he has given up his cell phone to concentrate on the playoffs. But such a task can be tough in this era.
Sideline reporter Craig Sager interviewed James for NBA TV following Tuesdays Game 2 against Milwaukee. He asked James about cutting off communication during the playoffs.
I can use yours? James...
If someone wants to call or text LeBron James, the best of luck to them. According to FOX Sports Florida, LeBron James has turned off his cell phone for the [...]
Russell Westbrook stars in this new “We Are All Watching” ad, the second in the series of 2013 NBA Playoffs commercials – the first one featured LeBron James. In the latest commercial, people all around the world watch Russell Westbrook as he dominates and wins big against the Lakers.
After beating the two during a 3-point contest at practice, LeBron 'Drill Sergeant' James made Ray Allen and Mario Chalmers do 20 pushups each.
Carmelo Anthony did it again last night by dropping 34 on the Boston Celtics to lead his team to a 87-71 victory Tuesday night. His performance is just further proof that LeBron James is not the only stud in this league and may not run away with the MVP this year as expected.
I know that voters are only supposed to look at the regular season when deciding their vote, and that...
Marc Gasol beat out LeBron James and Serge Ibaka to be named the 2012-13 NBA Defensive Player of the Year.