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Golden State Warriors
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MIAMI -- The Golden State Warriors, perhaps the hottest team in the NBA when one considers that their consecutive win streak has been accomplished exclusively on the road, did it again Wednesday night, beating the Miami Heat, 97-95. The Warriors, who extended their win streak to five games, got a winning layup by Draymond Green with nine-tenths of a second left. The Heat's LeBron James missed a turnaround jumper at the buzzer to complete the Warriors' win. James finished with a game-high 31 points. On the winning shot, backup point guard Jarrett Jack, guarded by James at the top of the key, passed to the rookie, Green, who was wide open. The Warriors (15-7) have won eight of their past nine games. Guard Klay Thompson, who led the Warriors with 27 points, has ties to Miami. He is the son of former NBA forward Mychal Thompson, who played his high school ball at Miami Jackson. The Heat (14-6) lost for just the second time this season at home, where they have 10 wi...
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If you were to check out most people's cell phone wallpaper, you'd probably get a mix of photos from significant others/spouses, memorable days, or vacations.For an NBA star like LeBron James, he has idol facing him:The wallpaper on Lebron James' cellphone apparently is a digitally created photo of himself standing in triple-threat position as Michael Jordan, in his prime...
LeBron James plans to play through a sore shoulder and be on the floor Saturday night for the Miami Heat in a game against Washington. James sat out practice Friday with a bruised shoulder that was aggravated during a fall in Wednesday night's loss to Golden State. He continues to receive treatment on the shoulder, which he was he said was numb for a while before the soreness...
MIAMI -- LeBron James seemed to take Wednesday's loss about as hard as he did one earlier this fall to New Orleans.
That would be an October preseason defeat to the Hornets.
James' Heat lost, 97-95, to the Golden State Warriors at AmericanAirlines Arena, their third defeat in five games. In previous Heat seasons, such a slump would have led the national media to descend...
LeBron James isn’t the same galaxy as Micheal Jordan, nope. — And it’s going to be a while longer, still. James, though to his credit does have a Championship ring, but that’s 5 behind Jordan. — Plus let me ask you this, who would you rather have the ball in their hands in the final [...]
Jimmie Taylor had some impressive moments at the LeBron James Skills Academy. Here are highlights of the Alabama signee in action.
Looks like he lent the Heat a helping hand…I mean foot.
Miami and Atlanta met up Monday night in a matchup between the Southeast Division’s top two teams. The Heat walked away with the 101-92 LeBron James’ game high 27 points, Dwyane Wade’s 26 points, and some fancy footwork by referee Karl Lane.
With the Heat down by one late in the second quarter, James rebounded a Hawks...
Dwyane Wade is old, well, he’s 30 but he’s playing old. His athleticism has declined and he’s lost a step. It’s nothing to be ashamed of but it explains his mood swings on the court and his transition from legit game to playing dirty like an old man at the Y.
And it started a couple of seasons ago, became apparent during the playoffs last year and is flat out obvious this...
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade is determined to show everyone including TNT analyst Charles Barkley, who often says Wade's game is falling off rapidly, that he is still one of the best.
Wade claims he doesn't hear the criticism from Barkley. "I'm not the all-time leading scorer around here for nothing," said Wade via FOX Sports Florida after going 11 of 13...
Charles Barkley called out Dwyane Wade the past two weeks, and LeBron James says the TNT analyst needs to “shut up” now that Wade proved him wrong.
The Miami Heat have appeared on TNT’s nationally televised game the past two Thursdays. Barkley has gone after Wade’s play while discussing the games on “Inside the NBA.” He has said that the Miami Heat guard is older and...
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Jeremy Lin has a chance to bring Linsanity to the NBA All-Star
MIAMI The Miami Heat are in decent position to become the first team since the 1990 Los Angeles Lakers to have three All-Star starters.With the first fan balloting returns having been announced Thursday for the Feb. 17 All-Star Game in Houston, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade are locks to again be starters. James leads all Eastern Conference frontcourt players as well as everybody overall...
Over the past year or so, many have begun to wonder whether Dwyane Wade’s game is falling off as he gets older. For a player whose game is so based on his athletic ability, it’s a legitimate concern for someone who is now 30 years old.
Charles Barkley is one of the people who believe Wade is already on the downswing, as he has been vocal recently about...
LeBron James leaped as high as he can soar. Dwyane Wade shot better than he ever has before.
And when the Miami Heat stars are on their games like that ... ''We probably won't lose,'' James said.
Such was the case Monday night. James scored 27 points, Wade had 26 and the Heat pulled away in the second half to beat the Atlanta Hawks 101-92, improving to 10-1...
Ref helps the Heat OK, so maybe Dallas Maverick owner Mark Cuban was right after all. The Heat have the refs in their pocket. LeBron James throws an outlet pass too far, but a ref “trying” to get out of the way ends up kicking the ball back to Mario Chalmers who ends up getting [...]