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The Miami Heat traded for point guard Mike Bibby back in March hoping to boost their outside shooting and to get a little bit more supplemental offense outside of JeBron Lames, DWade and Chris Bosh. In 19 games with the Heat, Bibby has averaged 7.2 points and 2.5 assists per game. To clear a roster spot for him, the Heat released Carlos Arroyo, who had started 42 of the 49 games he had played with Miami. In those 49 games, Arroyo averaged 5.6 points and 2.0 assists per game. Arroyo has since found a home in Boston with the Celtics. In Boston, Arroyo has not started a game. In fact, over the last eight games, he has averaged 1.6 minutes per game. So why did the Celtics sign Arroyo? They obviously don't need Arroyo's game on the court with two-time All Star Rajon Rondo taking the overwhelming majority of minutes at the one spot. The Celtics signed Arroyo because of the 49 games he played with the Heat according to Celtics head coach Doc Rivers:
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Celtics president Danny Ainge told the Globe this afternoon that Shaquille O'Neal is unlikely to play in Wednesday's season finale against the New York Knicks but is expected to practice Thursday and be ready for Game 1 of the Celtics' first-round series Saturday or Sunday.
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Former Miami Heat star Glen Rice is being sued for a handball tournament he put together back in 2009. (TMZ) is reporting that he hired people to plan out, and produce/film the event. In the legal papers, the people are claiming that Rice *NEVER PAID THEM*. Altogether (15 people, and 3 compaines) are asking Rice to pay up in the total of $22,320. Don't understand, *WHY NOT JUST...
After explaining that "two wrongs don't make a right" in the debut episode of The LeBrons, LeBron James has taught us to stay true to ourselves in the web cartoon's second installment. Young LeBron and his buddies take to the basketball court, but are distracted by the sight of an attractive Chinese exchange student at the neighboring pool. LeBron decides to try...
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I'd been clinging to the 'flip the switch' and 'get the new guys acclimated' theories for the past six weeks... but after watching today's pile of crap... I'm starting to have my doubts about this team.
In what many of us believed was a must-win game, the Celtics played their best for about 8 minutes. After that...
What can you say? It's beginning to look a lot like 2010. Last year, the Celtics began the regular season 23-5 but collapsed, finishing it 27-27. This year? They waited a little longer, but the collapse came soon enough. The C's started the season 46-15, looking like the class of the Eastern Conference, and they've since gone 9-11. It just wouldn't be Boston without...
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The LeBron James Brand is growing exponentially…one day James’s brand may surpass MJ’s Product.
From the beginning, LeBron James’s vision was to expand his brand and become a global corporate force. The two-time NBA MVP is certainly doing that. On Saturday, the world’s oldest watch manufacturer, Audemars Piguet, announced that James will be the new global brand ambassador...
There’s a reason why Von Wafer only averaged 8 minutes a game coming into tonight’s game against the Wizards. And after seeing him miss a dunk, celebrate like he made it, then make Jermaine O’Neal double dribble, I’m pretty sure he’ll be lucky to see 8 minutes the entire playoff run the Celtics make. Boy [...]
LeBron James and the Miami Heat are 5-1 both SU and ATS in their last six games against the Atlanta Hawks and they'll try to continue that domination MOnday night when they square off in Atlanta.
The Last time the Heat and Hawks met up on March 18 it wasn't even close as Miami rolled to a 106-85 win as a 6-point road favorite. James poured in a game...
LeBron James scored 34 points and Miami held on for a 98-90 win over the Atlanta Hawks, who nearly rallied from a 20-point deficit while playing their backups against the Big Three in the fourth quarter Monday night.
Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we featured the debut of Lebron James new viral animated series, "The Lebrons"Below is episode number two:
WASHINGTON — The Boston Celtics didn't play four of their usual starters, essentially setting aside their bid for a better playoff seed for the chance to give their top players some rest, and the result was a 95-94 overtime loss to the Washington Wizards on Monday night that handed the Miami Heat the No. 2 spot in the Eastern Conference.
The Celtics didn't play four of their starters and the result was a 95-94 overtime loss to the Wizards on Monday night that handed the Miami Heat the No. 2 spot in the Eastern Conference.