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The Miami Heat are the defending NBA champions. They have the best player in the league, the best winning percentage, and they are on a 17-game winning streak. But Brandon Jennings still would rather face them in the playoffs than the New York Knicks.
Jennings made his comments Friday after the Milwaukee Bucks’ practice, noting that the team seems to match up better against Miami than New York. The Bucks are in the eighth spot in the Eastern Conference and two games out of the seventh spot. The Heat are likely to clinch the top spot, while the Knicks and Indiana Pacers are battling for the second.
“The two games that we played Miami so far, we matched up well against them,” Jennings said, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “If you ask me, that’s who I would want to play first round, Miami.
“Just the fact over the years, a lot of the games have gone down to the wire with us and Miami. Right now we haven’t really played well against the Knicks. I just feel better if we play...
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Point guard, Brandon Jennings, says if there is no “lucrative” deal reached with the Bucks this summer then he expects to leave the franchise come 2014. He’s also insisting that the Bucks make “championship caliber” roster changes or else you can expect him to sign a one-year qualifying offer this summer worth $4.5 million which would allow him to leave the following summer...
Erik Spoelstra has a new girlfriend, and Miami Heat fans will be happy to hear that he is sticking with the Heat family even in his personal life. Spoelstra likes his team so much that he decided to date one of its former dancers, 24-year-old Nikki Sapp. According to Gossip Extra, the 42-year-old Spoelstra attended a fundraiser sponsored by Heat broadcasters Eric Reid and Tony Fiorentino...
You sure that’s all you want Brandon?
Jennings has never been the bashful type, in fact his cockiness is one of his most endearing traits, but while he’s a talented player, he has never supplanted himself amongst the NBA’s top point guards.
In an interview with Marc J. Spears of Yahoo Sports, Jennings talks about a variety of topics including his future in Milwaukee, his contract...
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The Miami Heat star might already have won five during his epic season. But on Monday teammate Dwyane Wade picked up one.
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With yet another win in the books, the Miami Heat turned their attention to the streak.
And, no, not that 17-game winning one.
LeBron James scored 25 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, Dwyane Wade added 22 points and the Heat pulled away late to beat Philadelphia 102-93 on Friday night - their 12th straight regular-season win over Philadelphia, their 13th in a row at home and most...
MIAMI (AP) — LeBron James once carried a team to 66 wins. Ray Allen played for a club that won 19 consecutive games. Dwyane Wade led a team that finished with the Eastern Conference's best record., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/winners-of-18-straight-heat-try-to-stay-focused-yahoo-sports
Brandon Jennings had 31 points and 10 assists, Monta Ellis scored 26 points against his former team and the Milwaukee Bucks pulled away late to beat the Golden State Warriors 103-93 on Saturday night.
Ellis added five assists and five rebounds, and J.J. Redick finished with 15 points and seven assists while hitting some big shots in the fourth quarter to carry the Bucks to their...
The Miami Heat are the best team in basketball. Whether you love them (doubtful if you're reading this), hate them (quite likely if you're reading this), respect them, or not - they have proven it. They are the defending champs, have the best winning percentage in basketball, and are in the midst of an 18 game winning streak; the longest such streak in the NBA this season...
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