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The Detroit Sports Site:
Draymond Green has earned more and more playing time for the red-hot Golden State Warriors, and he delivered the highlight of his rookie season Wednesday night. With nine-tenths of a second left in the fourth quarter, Green took a pass from Jarrett Jack and laid it in to stun the defending champion Miami Heat, 97-95. A desperation shot to tie the game by LeBron James missed after Green’s clutch basket, securing for the Warriors their fifth consecutive victory. The video of Green’s game-winner:
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Looks like he lent the Heat a helping hand…I mean foot.
Miami and Atlanta met up Monday night in a matchup between the Southeast Division’s top two teams. The Heat walked away with the 101-92 LeBron James’ game high 27 points, Dwyane Wade’s 26 points, and some fancy footwork by referee Karl Lane.
With the Heat down by one late in the second quarter, James rebounded a Hawks...
If you were to check out most people's cell phone wallpaper, you'd probably get a mix of photos from significant others/spouses, memorable days, or vacations.For an NBA star like LeBron James, he has idol facing him:The wallpaper on Lebron James' cellphone apparently is a digitally created photo of himself standing in triple-threat position as Michael Jordan, in his prime...
MIAMI -- LeBron James seemed to take Wednesday's loss about as hard as he did one earlier this fall to New Orleans.
That would be an October preseason defeat to the Hornets.
James' Heat lost, 97-95, to the Golden State Warriors at AmericanAirlines Arena, their third defeat in five games. In previous Heat seasons, such a slump would have led the national media to descend...
Call it the Curse of Sprewell.
In February 1997, Latrell Sprewell represented Golden State at the All-Star Game in Cleveland. But Sprewell the following December choked then Warriors coach P.J. Carlesimo and never played again for the team.Since then, the Warriors havent had an All-Star representative, by far the longest ongoing streak of any NBA team. Tied for second longest are...
Dwyane Wade is old, well, he’s 30 but he’s playing old. His athleticism has declined and he’s lost a step. It’s nothing to be ashamed of but it explains his mood swings on the court and his transition from legit game to playing dirty like an old man at the Y.
And it started a couple of seasons ago, became apparent during the playoffs last year and is flat out obvious this...
MIAMI The Miami Heat are in decent position to become the first team since the 1990 Los Angeles Lakers to have three All-Star starters.With the first fan balloting returns having been announced Thursday for the Feb. 17 All-Star Game in Houston, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade are locks to again be starters. James leads all Eastern Conference frontcourt players as well as everybody overall...
The Golden State Warriors would appear to have a good chance to pull off an unprecedented feat when they visit the struggling Orlando Magic.
They couldn't get past the Magic at home earlier this month, however.
The Warriors try to avenge their latest defeat and end their recent woes in the series as they go for a 6-0 start on their seven-game road trip Friday night.
LeBron James isn’t the same galaxy as Micheal Jordan, nope. — And it’s going to be a while longer, still. James, though to his credit does have a Championship ring, but that’s 5 behind Jordan. — Plus let me ask you this, who would you rather have the ball in their hands in the final [...]
Mark Jackson believes Dwyane Wade is the third-best shooting guard of all-time.
Ref helps the Heat OK, so maybe Dallas Maverick owner Mark Cuban was right after all. The Heat have the refs in their pocket. LeBron James throws an outlet pass too far, but a ref “trying” to get out of the way ends up kicking the ball back to Mario Chalmers who ends up getting [...]
California Safety David Guthrie commits to Illinois