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During the Game 5 of the second-round playoff game between the Miami Heat and Chicago Bulls, the TNT cameras focused in on Will Smith and his son Jaden taking in the atmosphere, then out of nowhere reporter Craig Sager and his vibrant suit ducks in from the background for a very funny videobomb.
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The Miami Heat are coasting through the 2013 playoffs and it’s not just a testament to how good they are; they’ve also been very serendipitous with the best players from opposing teams have gotten hurt left and right. And considering that were are the tail end of the NBA awards season where players, coaches, and managers alike are awarded trophies for their achievement, it...
At the possible expense of Nate Robinson on account of his height deficiency (that’s a polite way to put it, right?), a recent electronic billboard popped up in the Chicago area that may or may not have been taking a jab at the Bulls’ explosive 5′ 9″ point guard. Overlooking the William G. Eden’s Expressway, this particular billboard features an array of Chicago Bulls players...
Richard Hamilton scored 15 points in 35 minutes of the Chicago Bulls' Game 5 loss to the Miami Heat, and he knows he likely does not have a future with the organization.
The Bulls will buy out Hamilton for $1 million this offseason.
Hamilton has said he hopes to play two more seasons.
"Even though the last two weeks have been hard, my teammates have been great," Hamilton...
What happened: The Miami Heat might have another long rest.
The Heat defeated the Chicago Bulls 94-91 Wednesday night at AmericanAirlines Arena to win their Eastern Conference semifinal 4-1. Now, the Heat might not start the East finals until next Wednesday.
But it wasnt easy in Game 5 against the Bulls. The Heat took an 18-point lead in the first quarter before falling...
Miami Heat fan Filomena "Birdwoman" Tobias is trying to bury the middle finger once and for all.
The Miami socialite became the face of the Bulls-Heat series last week when she greeted Joakim Noah with an obscene gesture after Noah was ejected from an emotion-packed game. As the photo of Tobias flipping off Noah circulated around the Internet, she got the usual attention...
The Chicago Bulls are getting ready to play the Miami Heat tonight without Derrick Rose. Rose has not played a single game this season. He is currently rehabbing from a torn knee ligament he sustained last year in the playoffs. Even though Rose has not gone to work for his company he is still getting paid. This season Derrick has earned $17 million. Maybe I should not use the word...
According to former NBA star Alonzo Mourning, Scottie Pippen thinks LeBron James would kick Michael Jordan's butt.
Miami Heat bird-flipper Filomena Tobias is 'distressed' from all the national attention so she did what anyone who wanted something to just go way would do -- she issued a statement to the AP through...
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MIAMI Chris Bosh is used to being at least somewhat under the radar with the Miami Heat.
Actually, he doesnt mind that.
When Sports Illustrated came out with its Fortunate 50, a list of America's highest-paid athletes, Heat stars LeBron James (second) and Dwyane Wade (11th) obviously were on the list. But so was Bosh, who came in at No. 47.
He wasnt thrilled about that.
Season over now, so might as well go out and have some fun while you are in Miami. Rip and Nate took a photo Lil Wayne a week ago and proceeding to lose four straight, maybe Drake would have been the better rapper to pose with.
Jocks and Stiletto reports that some of the Bulls went out after losing to the Heat to Prime 112 (quality spot if you have a couple of more pennies than the...
A video poem dedicated to the 2012-13 whereabouts of Bulls star, Derrick Rose:
After Jordan, the Chicago Bulls could have recovered much quicker.
Michael Reinsdorf believes that Nikola Mirotic would be a lottery in this year’s NBA draft.
Mirotic was acquired by the Bulls after he was drafted 23rd overall in 2011.
Reinsdorf is proud of the Bulls’ recent draft record, pointing to the 2011 selection of Jimmy Butler.
“This is a guy who was the 30th pick in the draft that any other team could have had,” Reinsdorf said of...