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If most of your basketball viewing lately has involved the NCAA Tournament, where coaches love to create the impression that there is nobody on the floor more important than them, the end of Sunday’s game between the Heat and Spurs probably looked a little strange.
With less than 10 seconds to go and the Heat trailing by one, Miami coach Erik Spoelstra stood on the sideline, hands on his hips. He stood that way as Ray Allen advanced the ball up the court — after Spoelstra had waved him in that direction, emphatically — and even as Allen dribbled into trouble and two Spurs defenders had an opportunity to trap him along the opposite sideline. Spoelstra watched as Allen swung the ball to Chris Bosh at the top of the key, where the forward gathered the pass, rose up over a scrambling Tim Duncan and netted the game-winning 3-pointer.
It was a crazy end to March, when basketball briefly becomes America’s most popular sport and guys like Jim Boeheim, Rick Pitino and Jim Calhoun have become...
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Another great month for the Miami Heat. Another award for Erik Spoelstra.
Spoelstra on Monday was named NBA Eastern Conference Coach of the Month for March, the second straight month he has earned the honor. He steered the Heat to a 17-1 record in March, the most wins by any team in a month in NBA history, after that had gone 12-1 in February.
The Heat have won 29 of their past 30...
Chris Bosh made the right shot at the right time as the Miami Heat defeated the San Antonio Spurs 88-86.
Miami did it without LeBron James and Dwyane Wade who sat this one out.
Bosh said that every member of the Heat can step up and get it done. “We are the defending champs no matter who we put out there,” Bosh said. “We are still the Miami Heat. We believe in ourselves....
No LeBron, no Wade, no problem for the Heat who were carried by Chris Bosh’s 23-point, 9-rebound and 3-assist performance Sunday including this game-winning three-pointer to give Miami the 88-86 victory in San Antonio.
Erik Spoelstra led Miami to a league-best 17-1 (.944) record in March, which included 15 straight wins to open the month that pushed the Heat's winning streak to 27 straight games.
Chris Bosh nailed a three-pointer with only a little over one second on the clock to lead his LeBron and Dwyane Wade-less Heat over the Spurs 88-86. It deservedly so got the NBA’s phantom treatment.
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No LeBron and Wade? No problem. The third of the Big 3, Chris Bosh, buried a game-winning three-pointer against the San Antonio Spurs.
Chris Bosh scored 23 points, including a game-winning 3-pointer with 1.9 seconds remaining, and the Miami Heat beat the San Antonio Spurs 88-86 on Sunday night with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and sitting out due to injuries.
Ray Allen had 14 points, Norris Cole added 13 and Mike Miller 12 for Miami (58-15), which swept the season series with San Antonio (55-18). By earning the head...
A few days ago Sunday night's game between the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs was being looked upon as the key to the Heat's winning streak. Then the Bulls killed the winning streak and turned it into just another match-up between two of the top teams in the NBA.
Then the Heat sat Dwayne Wade, LeBron James, and Mario Chalmers;the Spurs sat Manu Ginobili effectively making...
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Chris Bosh scored 23 points, including a winning 3-pointer with 1.9 seconds remaining, and the Miami Heat beat the San Antonio Spurs 88-86 on Sunday night with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Mario Chalmers sitting out due to injuries., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/boshs-late-3-lifts-shorthanded-heat-past-spurs-yahoo-sports
Erik Spoelstra nearly pulled off the perfect April Fool's joke on Gregg Popovich Sunday night, it's just too bad that the game between the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat happened one day too early.
Five months after Popovich famously sent home Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker on a Southwest Airlines flight out of Orlando and "rested" his star players...
SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- Chris Bosh scored 23 points, including a winning 3-pointer with 1.9 seconds remaining, and the Miami Heat beat the San Antonio Spurs 88-86 on Sunday night with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Mario Chalmers sitting out due to injuries.
Ray Allen had 14 points, Norris Cole added 13 and Mike Miller 12 for Miami (58-15), which swept the season series with San Antonio...
Sorry, Chris Bosh. You don’t get to be called “The Big 1.”
As suspected, both LeBron James and Dwyane Wade sat out against the Knicks, and Carmelo Anthony went bonkers. ”I better play well with those guys out, because if we see them in the playoffs I’m gonna blow.” Ok, that’s my attempt at his inner monologue. So it might not be right at all the time, big deal...