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MIAMI – In yesterday’s list where we discussed the five keys to winning Game 3, it was stated to win the Heat needed a big night from Dwyane Wade and they got that with his 25 points, seven rebounds and seven assists.
It was also stated that James Harden would have to come up big for the Thunder and he did not. The beard shot 2-for-10 and missed all four of his three-pointers.
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Prudence is not one of Metta World Peace's virtues. Just weeks after the Los Angeles Lakers forward put an elbow against Oklahoma City Thunder forward James Harden's head that could have caused serious damage, World Peace is taunting his former victim. This time, he's doing it over Twitter -- as Harden plays in the NBA Finals thanks to the Thunder eliminating World Peace...
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Following James Harden's late flop in Game 3 of the NBA Finals, his new rival, Metta World Peace, took to Twitter to chide the Sixth Man of The Year about the bonehead play.
Taking the Miami Heat's home crowd out of the game has never seemed particularly difficult. One decent scoring run by the opponent in the second half often is all it takes for apathy to set in for the slick-haired, well-tailored patrons -- and that is not even counting Pat Riley. The Oklahoma City Thunder created just that mood Sunday in the third quarter of Game 3 of the NBA...
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By the way Happy Fathers day...Cacique explains why he is a very proud Papa and he is going to need a shotgun in the future. The NBA finals have taken a turn now that the Heat seem to have control of the...
Although the Oklahoma City Thunder lost game three of the 2012 NBA Finals to the Miami Heat, they can take solace that star Kevin Durant had yet another great game with 25 points.
In the fourth quarter after a steal by teammate James Harden, Durant threw down a nasty two-handed jam off an alley-oop pass:
MIAMI—If anyone feels that the Oklahoma City Thunder is taking their current 2-1 deficit as casually as they took their 2-0 deficit in the Western Conference Finals against an aging Spurs team, they should think again.
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This isn't directly related to the Celtics, but the basketball player currently known as Metta World Peace and formerly known as Ron Artest has recently been active on Twitter saying ridiculous things about James Harden and the Thunder. But his most recent delusional statement is that the Lakers would still be playing had he not had to serve a 7 game suspension for elbowing Harden...
With game three of the NBA finals taking place on Sunday in Miami, I’d like to know who you have winning the style war so far. Lost? Not up on your NBA postgame fashion? Let’s take a quick look at what HE wore for the Heat’s victory over the Thunder – their first home loss [...]
Besides their stellar play on the court this NBA season, there are two other things that are now synonomous with the Oklahoma City Thunder. The first is their rally cry of "Thunder Up." Similar to the playful "Cowboy Up" axiom of the 2004 Red Sox crew, the phrase can be routinely heard at OKC games and can be found on much of their recent merchandise. The second...
The Oklahoma City Thunder shot twenty-two percent from three-point range in their Game Three loss to the Miami Heat on Sunday. James Harden finished 2 for 10 from the floor overall. Kevin Durant could not score more than 25 and Russell Westbrook could not top 19.
Meanwhile, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade finished with 29 and 25 respectively, out-scoring the Thunder duo by 10. Chris...