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MIAMI -- There was a point Monday night when the Boston Celtics unexpectedly stood toe-to-toe with the Miami Heat in the opener of their best-of-seven Eastern Conference final series. And then the second quarter ended. Sluggish at the outset and seemingly exhausted by the third quarter, the Celtics fell 93-79 at AmericanAirlines Arena, unable to match the 32 points scored by Heat forward LeBron James. "Our game plan was to use our energy and effort here at home throughout the game," said guard Dwyane Wade, who added 22 points for the Heat. "I thought we did a great job, especially after halftime, coming out and pushing the pace." With James becoming the first Celtics opponent to surpass the 30-point mark this postseason, a team-leading 23 points from Boston center Kevin Garnett simply wasn't enough in response. "We let Wade, we let LeBron play in extreme comfort," Celtics coach Doc Rivers said, "and we gave the other guys everything t...
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When LeBron James wanted to score, he scored. When he wanted to rebound, he rebounded. When he wanted to kick back, relax and admire the double-digit lead he helped the Miami Heat build over the Celtics on Monday, well, he earned that luxury with his work in the first three-plus quarters. James entered the series opener of the Eastern Conference Finals with his reputation intact...
The Miami Heat completed a convincing win over the Boston Celtics in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals Monday night. Miami beat Boston 93-79, after a breakout second half performance in which they led by as many as 13 in the 3rd quarter. Perhaps the most comical part of the game, however, was the [...]
LeBron is just being LeBron here. Here he is laughing in KG’s face as the Miami Heat took down the Celtics in Monday’s showdown in Miami. It isn’t easy to get under KG’s skin, but I’m fairly sure he won’t be forgetting this anytime soon.
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Heat Crush Celtics, Take 2-0 Lead
A.B. How obsessed is ESPN with Lebron James & the Miami Heat? I can’t watch SportsCenter for more than 5 minutes without seeing a King James montage. Forget David Stern rigging wanting a Miami finals – it’s clear that ESPN has already decided the outcome of the Heat/Celtics series as well.
I would hate to be the editor at ESPN who made...
Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals between the Celtics and Heat went to Miami in convincing fashion 93-79. There was plenty of trash talk between the teams including a few exchanges between LeBron James and Kevin Garnett. The two exchanged words at the end of the third quarter, and had a minor episode in the fourth after LeBron grabbed a rebound, drew a foul, and just laughed...
Remember the old saying, "He who laughs last, laughs best?" Well, nearing the end of last night's Eastern Conference Finals game one, Heat star Lebron James decided to get a quick laugh in at the expense of Celtics forward Kevin Garnett.Watch as Lebron laugh at Kevin Garnett after KG got his assessed his fifth foul and decided to huff and puff at Mr. James:
Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we featured a story about Lebron's new double headband. Well, it seems that Mavericks guard Jason Terry has taken note of it as well.Check out this snippet from a segment that TNT did about headbands where Jason Terry takes a shot at Lebron's big head:Below, here is the entire segment: (Courtesy of Rant Sports)
LeBron James scored 32 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, Dwyane Wade scored 10 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter and the Miami Heat beat the Boston Celtics 93-79 on Monday night in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Shane Battier, playing in the conference finals for the first time, scored 10 points and had 10 rebounds for the Heat, who wasted an early 11-point first-half...
1.LeBron James- The league MVP picked off right where he left off in the regular season. So far in two playoff series James is averaging 29. 3 points per game. 9.1 rebounds, 5.7 assists, and 2.3 steals.
2. Dwyane Wade – After a horrible start in the 2nd round Wade was unstoppable in the final 3 games. While battling injuries Wade is still averaging 23.7 points per...
What Lebron James did on Monday night against Boston was a long time coming. Early in his years, Lebron ended up on the short end against Paul Pierce and the Boston Celtics. Pierce was Lebron’s kryptonite during those Cleveland years, mainly why he bolted to Miami to join forces with other stars. Except what we are finding out is that maybe Lebron could have done it himself...
8 a.m. ET: The epitaph has already been written on the Celtics' season, it seems, but they have a chance to pull even with the Miami Heat on Wednesday. The Celtics trail the Heat 1-0 in the best-of-seven Eastern Conference Finals and will continue to hold their breath in regard to the status of Ray Allen, who is hampered by bone spurs in his ankles. Celtics coach Doc Rivers is...
For nine minutes, the Boston Celtics were vintage. Everything was working, points were coming in bunches, the Miami crowd was rendered quiet and a big deficit disappeared.
It was about the only time all night things went Boston's way - and that wasn't enough to take down LeBron James and the Heat.
James scored 32 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, Dwyane Wade scored 10 of...
LeBron James. Paul Pierce. Dwyane Wade. Rajon Rondo. Kevin Garnett. If you're looking for star power in a basketball series, you've come to the right place. The Celtics and the Heat are the final two teams standing in the NBA's Eastern Conference, and a seven-game series will determine which one of them earns the right to head to the NBA Finals -- and which one heads...
Boston Celtics (8-6, 0-1) at Miami Heat (9-3,1-0)
Playoff Game #15 – Road Game #8
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
8:30 pm ET
TV: ESPN, TSN
Radio: WEEI, 790 AM, ESPN Radio
American Airlines ArenaReferees: Ken Mauer, James Capers, Tom Washington
The Celtics looked slow and old in the second half of game 1. They allowed way too many dunks and open layups. They had their...