Found June 06, 2012 on
Thanks to JHB in the shoutbox for the find.
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We already ripped Dwyane Wade and LeBron James for skipping the podium after their Game 5 loss to the Celtics in the Eastern Conference finals, but we wouldn’t be doing our full job if we didn’t share the above photo. Yup, Dwyane Wade decided after his team gave up a lead and lost at home 94-90 to Boston that he couldn’t address the media without putting on his lenseless nerd...
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A Celtics fan just happened to hit the Heat’s Dwyane Wade in the head with the basketball.
It happened in the first quarter of Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Thanks to CelticsLife.com
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This NBA Playoff season we have experienced some bizarre, but entertaining fashion choices from the likes of Russell Westbrook, Dwyane Wade and Kevin Durant to name a few. Talk show host, Conan O’Brien gives us some ‘interesting NBA fashions during the playoffs.’ It’s only a matter of time until an NBA player dons a [...]
Fans sitting courtside in NBA arenas are sometimes almost as big a part of the game as the players, as one fan in Boston displays during the Heat/Celtics game 6 of the eastern Conference Finals: Remember kids, always keep your eye on the basketball. H/T to the Big Lead for the GIF
PAULPIERCE!!! Came up with a huge three pointer tonight to help the Celtics take a 3-2 series lead over the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals. Pierce and one of Miami’s ‘big three’, Dwyane Wade have both been involved in some pretty odd injury ordeals.
Pierce, channeling Willis Reed, hurt his knee in Game 1 of the 2008 NBA Finals against the LA Lakers and had to...
This is not how things were supposed to go for LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. They weren't supposed to be heading to the Boston Garden for a do-or-die Game 6, staring elimination in the face. No, they were supposed to be celebrating already, having dispatched the aging Celtics easily and eagerly awaiting the Oklahoma City Thunder in the NBA Finals. Yet, here they are, forty eight...
The kid is also needed at my bedroom door for the morning when one of my broads exits and must do her own Lebron James or Dwyane Wade walk of shame to her car. [Follow me @TravisHouser]
Here is a young Miami Heat fan who does his best to keep up the spirits of the players even after they lost to the Boston Celtics and went down 3-2 in the Eastern Conference finals.
As the Heat walked off the court following their 94-90 defeat, a young fan screamed “Good job! Good effort!” at LeBron James and the rest of his Heat teammates.
As for the Miami Heat, they are one...
Two nights ago, after the Miami Heat lost a third straight game to the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals, the Internet was introduced to its newest star – The “Good Job, Good Effort” Kid. We didn’t know much about this young lad, other than he didn’t really understand the enormity of Game 5 and that he has the oblivious enthusiasm of Kenneth from 30 Rock...
This is what MVP’s do. When their team needs them and it’s win or go home, they rise up to the occasion, put their team on their back and get the W. Last night, Lebron James epitomized what it means to be an MVP. 45 points, 15 rebounds, 5 assists and 1 win. The last stat is the only number that really matters for the Miami Heat as they get the critical game 6 victory, 98-79,...