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MIAMI (AP) -- Dwyane Wade scored 25 points, Chris Bosh added 21 and the Miami Heat beat New York 104-94 on Monday night, sending the Knicks to an NBA-record-tying 12th straight postseason loss.
LeBron James finished with 19 points, nine assists and seven rebounds for the Heat, who lead the Eastern Conference first-round series 2-0.
Carmelo Anthony scored 30 points on 12-for-26 shooting for New York, which got 18 points from Amare Stoudemire and 13 apiece from Tyson Chandler and J.R. Smith. The only other team to lose 12 straight playoff games is the Memphis Grizzlies, who dropped their first dozen postseason contests from 2004 through 2006.
New York's last postseason win came April 29, 2001. The Knicks get another chance to snap the drought Thursday when they host Game 3.
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MIAMI -- There's a funny ESPN commercial from a few years back in which Miami guard Dwyane Wade keeps a SportsCenter host waiting while he puts together his perfect highlight.
With that in mind, it seemed to make sense to ask Wade if he has any clout about what highlights are shown about the Heat.
"I don't have no clout," Wade said.
Oh, well. If Wade did, he...
Yesterday it seemed the video of the day was the ‘Dwyane Wade throws Bibby’s shoe’ video, but not so quick my slanderous friends, this video trumps that in the hilarity aspect. Bosh had his “I’m gonna troll Bron Bron so hard” face on…. This was just lovely, so much in fact, that I want this ‘Bosh [...]
DWade in Tom Ford for game 2 of Knicks vs. Heat playoff series. The Heat are up 2-0. The game was never really in New York’s grasp. Example, DWade even tossed Mike Bibby’s shoe off the court when it slipped off. I appreciate that DWade’s tie, pocket square and flinger wrap are all coordinated. It’s [...]
Cue Austin Powers. The Miami Heat’s Dwyane Wade didn’t take kindly to Mike Bibby losing his shoe on his home court in their Game 2 playoff game, so he tossed it aside. Bibby wasn’t impressed by Wade trying to slow him down. Unfortunately, for Bibby, he has been slowed down for about 5 or 6 [...]
All-Star Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh decided to have a little fun with a Fox Sports cameraman while a Fox reporter was interviewing Heat teammate LeBron James:
Most NBA players will do just about anything to gain an advantage in the heat of battle, and the Heat’s Dwyane Wade is no exception. When Wade comes across Knicks guard Mike Bibby’s wayward shoe early in the second quarter of Game 2 of the Heat/Knicks playoff series, he does the only thing appropriate for the situation—he tossed said shoe into the stands.
Well, the first...
During the first quarter of the Heat/Knicks game two matchup on Monday night, Mike Bibby loses his shoe and Dwyane Wade throws it off the court and towards the Knicks bench.
Maybe Wade was just trying to remove and object from play, but it seemed like a tactical way to keep Bibby from joining the Knicks current offensive possession.
That ain’t even right, man!
The Miami Heat are feeling pretty good about themselves.
They scored another double-digit victory against the Knicks on Monday night, 104-94, giving them a 2-0 series lead in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs.
After intense scrutiny from his past playoff performances, LeBron James appears to be more focused this postseason.
The likely league MVP is averaging 25...
Sometimes a moment is only as good as the way you capture it. The Miami Heat have been interview bombing each other all season, so it should come as no surprise that Chris Bosh pulled the move once again after the Heat beat the Knicks on Monday night. The corresponding GIF that you see above, however, was perfectly captured by the folks at Got Em’ Coach. Typically the bombing...
When LeBron James left Cleveland for Miami in the summer of 2010, the idea wasnt to win a title or two.
At least, not if you listened to James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, who told the world on their own stage that the goal was to win six or seven championships. And they sounded like they believed it would be that easy.
Now, this isnt to trash James for his Decision Show or desire...
One of these days, much like planking and Tebowing, videobombing will run its course and become somewhat less cool than it was at its height. Videobombing may never go away completely, and its arc is much more gradual than those internet fads that seemingly come and go by the time Facebook does another complete overhaul. The master of the videobomb in sports is without a doubt...
Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh videobombed teammate LeBron James and a FOX Sports reporter during a postgame interview following the Heat's Game 2 playoff win over the New York Knicks.
Bosh slowly popped his head up from the bottom of the screen in front of James and the reporter, with James and the reporter getting a good laugh
LeBron has been responsible for an occasional...
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According to LeBron’s mouth guard, the Miami Heat star has 14 more wins to go. In the meantime, he’s gonna surround himself with some fans. There’s no triple team that can contain LeBron — With DRose out, the Heat will sleepwalk to the Finals. This could be his year. -TO
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MIAMI -- No blowout this time by the Miami Heat, just Big Three efficiency. With Dwyane Wade scoring 25 points, Chris Bosh 21 and LeBron James 19, the Heat were able to overcome 30 points from Carmelo Anthony in a 104-94 victory over the New York Knicks Monday night at AmericanAirlines Arena. The victory gave the Heat a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series that continues with...