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The Miami Heat’s historic winning streak has been a boon to Sun Sports. Monday’s Heat/Celtics NBA regular season game earned a 12.2 rating on Sun Sports in Miami, the highest rating ever for a Heat [...]
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The start of the Miami Heat's game against the Cavaliers was delayed 35 minutes Wednesday night because of liquid dripping from the scoreboard onto the floor.
The Cavaliers said the pool was caused by condensation from a carbon dioxide container in the scoreboard.
Lebrun James and members of the Heat were in position near the midcourt line and ready for tip-off in Quicken Loans...
It wasnt long ago many on the Miami Heat were seemingly counting the days until the April 20 start of the playoffs.
Little did they know that come March, every game would feel like a playoff.
The same team that amazingly has reeled off 24 straight wins had a number of lackluster efforts early in the season. They lost, egads, at Washington and Detroit. They fell twice to New York...
It would have been poetic if the lowly Cleveland Cavaliers had been able to beat LeBron James and the Heat in Cleveland to stop Miami's winning streak at 23--would have been.
At one time down by 27 points, the Heat overcame their largest deficit of the season to go on to win 98-95.
For a time it looked like they were going to be able to do just that after a 23-3 run...
LeBron James and the Miami Heat are about to play another game in Cleveland.
That's what a 23-game winning streak will do for a team.
It mutes even the LeBron-Goes-Home-Again hype.
Someday the Heat will lose another basketball game. Maybe even Wednesday night, when the reigning NBA champions drop by James' old neighborhood to take on James' old team, which happens...
LeBron James absolutely posterized Jason Terry on Monday night. These are some of the best fan reactions via Twitter to one of the dunks of the year.
LeBron James has taken it to Boston's Jason Terry again.
Miami's superstar said Wednesday that he ranks his monster dunk over Terry on Monday night as one of his best, and that it's one of his favorites because of his history with the talkative Celtics guard. James soared and grabbed a lob pass before smashing it over Terry, who was helpless to defend the shot or himself...
The King returned to the court where it all started in his NBA career. LeBron James returned to the Quicken Loans arena to play his former NBA team the Cleveland Cavaliers in a game the Heat almost lost. It started out with a leaking scoreboard that would delay the game for 40 minutes.
It ended with a fan charging onto the basketball court wearing a t-shirt that made LeBron the offer...
Culminating with this LeBron James oop dunk down upon the Celtics Jason Terry.
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By most accounts, LeBron James is 6-8, 270 lbs. Jason Terry is a modest 6-2, 180 lbs. I would expect James to dunk over Terry 100 out of 100 times.
So… why the hell is the NBA blogosphere still buzzing about James’ dunk from last night?
I thought we saw the end of this silliness when Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski lauded Brandon Knight for challenging this DeAndre Jordan highlight...
The reception was different this time around.
The video tribute had long ended, the reminiscent vibe was gone, and the nostalgia had clearly left the TD Garden.
Ray Allen didn't receive special treatment from the Celtics fans in his second return to Boston on Monday since signing with the Miami Heat last summer.
He was vehemently booed when he touched the ball, shot...
Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we featured a remixed clip of DeAndre Jordan's dunk on Brandon Knight using audio of WWE announcer Jim Ross freaking out.Now, LeBron James dunk over Jason Terry has received the Jim Ross treatment and it is hilarious:
Boston Celtics Stirring Effort Not Enough in Loss to Miami Heat The Boston Celtics didn't deserve to lose on Monday night and they know it. Even the Miami Heat, a team celebrating their 23-game winning streak, knows they should have their heads down in defeat. Once again though it was turnovers that killed the Celtics off. They had an 18-point lead in the first quarter. They...