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The NBA announced that Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh has been fined $5,000 for flopping during the first half of Game 4 in the NBA Finals.
The flop happened during the second quarter. Bosh was trailing Spurs forward Tim Duncan as the two headed back down the court when Duncan established position in the paint to post up Bosh. As Spurs guard Gary Neal approached with the dribble, Duncan posted up Bosh who arrived to the spot late and tried to seal him away from getting involved with the play. Bosh then flailed his arms as if he was hit hard and fell to the ground immediately. Duncan was then called for the foul which eliminated the layup for Neal.
The flops we’ve seen in the playoffs are ridiculous. As long as fines are only $5,000, players will keep putting on Hollywood acts. Five thousand dollars to a NBA player is the equivalent of fining a normal person $12.50. The league needs to increase the fine amount if they want players to stop flopping. The coaches don’t like it and the fa...
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As many people with tell you, the NBA game for players can get a little emotional at times and Miami Heat star Chris Bosh was not too pleased with an official’s call in the second quarter of game five of the 2013 NBA Finals.
Watch as Bosh tries to get the attention of the unknown official and causes a little bit of spit to fly from his mouth onto the court:
Chris Bosh gets...
Bosh has had back to back solid games in the NBA Finals.
He won’t be the reason the Heat win a championship, but it doesn’t look like he will be the reason they lose it either. But, please Christopher don’t spit all over the court.
Miami Heat Forward and Struthiomimus lookalike Chris Bosh called out non-believer, pessimistic Heat fans who abandoned them early in game six of the NBA Finals. He declined to invite them back for game seven.
Chris Bosh had a lot to say at the Heat’s Wednesday practice, calling out the “fans” who left American Airlines Arena early when the Heat were down 5 with less than...
As the Heat trailed by 10 points entering the fourth quarter, the NBA began to prep for a Spurs postgame championship ceremony which irritated LeBron James and Chris Bosh and helped fuel a furious rally that resulted in a OT and Heat 103-100 win to force a Game 7. There would be no celebration Tuesday night.
According to the Miami Herald:
“I noticed it,” James said. “We...
It's all right in front of Tim Duncan now, and the big fella can feel it.
You can tell when he broke out that little spin move in the paint in Game 5 on Sunday night, a nimble little display of footwork that has mostly been in moth balls for the past four or five seasons.
You can tell by the elevation he got on a first-quarter dunk, one of the most emphatic he's had in...
Miami Heat forward Juwan Howard, who has played in only seven games this season (zero in the postseason), made a nice behind the back one-handed half-court shot in practice as his team prepares for Game 7 against the San Antonio Spurs.
You want to know how smoove San Antonio Spurs Tim Duncan is? He so smoove that he brought his kids to work on Father’s Day and spent some time doing his fatherly duties at halftime during the NBA Finals. Are you kidding me? The most important game in the series and this man is spending time with the kiddos!
Well it must have worked because Tim did contribute 17points...
With Tim Duncan out of the game it gave an opportunity for Chris Bosh to get the crucial rebound off the Lebron James missed three-pointer and feed it to Ray Allen who nailed a three for the ages. Allen, one of the NBA’s best three-point shooters of all-time knocked down a three from the baseline with 5.2 seconds left in the game despite being smothered by Tony Parker. Then Parker...
One more defensive rebound, and the Spurs would have been spraying champagne.
One more board, one measly Heat miss corralled by the Spurs in the final 23 seconds of regulation, and the NBA Finals are over. Forget a Game 7, forget LeBron James’ headband, forget Manu Ginobili laying a gigantic egg for the umpteenth time in the series. It should be over. Tim Duncan should be passionlessly...
Sunday was the day the San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat met for Game 5 of the 2013 NBA Finals and in the first half it’s clearly been all about the San Antonio Spurs who have had a beautiful offense. While, the Miami Heat have struggled to form any kind of a semblance of an [...]The post Tim Duncan Throws It Down Over Mario Chalmers (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
Did you miss any of what the San Antonio Spurs or Miami Heat had to say after their Game 5 clash? Well if you did, you are in luck. Our friends over at News 4 San Antonio have you covered.
Here is what Tony Parker, Tim Duncan, Coach Popovich and Spoelstra had to say about Game 5 before the scene shifts to Miami for Game 6 tomorrow.
Deep in the heart of Texas people tend to overlook the San Antonio Spurs. This might not be happening right now since they are playing in the NBA Finals, but more often than not fans forget about how great the Spurs have been in the past two decades.
David Robinson came to the team in 1989 and that draft pick proved to be a catalyst that started the Spurs winning ways. The team...
Distant history tells us that the Spurs won’t recover from their Game Six loss.
June 7, 1978.
35 years and 13 days separate the Spurs from the last team to win Game Seven on the road. The 1978 Washington Bullets overcame the Seattle Supersonics in a strange anticlimax to a great series. It wasn’t a game decided by the stars, as both teams’ leading scorers fouled out and watched...