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From Jay King at MassLive.com:
Asked Monday night whether he hates the Boston Celtics more than any other team, Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade initially replied with just one word:
But Wade said his hatred comes with respect.
"No doubt about it. I respect those guys," he said. "I'm sure they respect us as well. There's a respect when you see guys later, but when you play each other it's a dislike."
I used to have a bit of admiration and respect for Wade as a basketball player, as recently as the first round of the 2010 playoffs when he single-handedly kept the Heat from being swept by Boston with a 46 point game 4. But ever since he teamed up with LeBron I just see him as a whiny self-entitled guy who thinks he's fouled on every play (a behavior he most likely learned from LeBron). And bending Rondo's elbow the wrong way didn't help his case much either.
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Kevin Garnett is a go tonight according to Doc Rivers #celtics
— gary washburn (@GwashNBAGlobe) March 20, 2013
It's good to see the big fella back and active for tonight's game. I wonder how many minutes Doc will let him play against the lowly Hornets. Tip-off tonight in New Orleans is at 8 PM.
LeBron James absolutely crushed a dunk over Jason Terry during the first half of the Celtics and Heat match-up on Monday night. The poster came only a week after Brandon Knight was dunked on in the same fashion by DeAndre Jordan. LeBron was also receiving an alley-oop during his massacre of a defender.
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CLEVELAND (AP) -- LeBron James has taken it to Boston's Jason Terry again.
Miami's superstar said Wednesday that he ranks his monster dunk over Terry on Monday night as one of his best, and that it's one of his favorites because of his history with the talkative Celtics guard. James soared and grabbed a lob pass before smashing it over Terry, who was helpless to defend...
Jason Terry is on a tombstone with Brandon Knight.
Jason Terry is a vet, he should have learned from Brandon Knight, to just get out of the way.
Especially, when the King is coming down the court. I must admit, I like this dunk better than the DeAndre Jordan dunk and that is saying a lot.
Sorry, it had to be you Jet. Expect the memes to come fast and furious.
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The Heat are just having a good ole time, during their 22 game winning streak.
The videobombs might be more interesting than the wins.
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