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We all know that Joey Crawford has a tendency to make things about himself on the court whenever he is an official for a huge game. For the most part yesterday, he didn’t do typical Joey things except for one play in particular.
Heat guard Dwyane Wade questioned a call Crawford made and Joey was quick to tell him, yelling wouldn’t be accepted. Thanks to It’s Always Sunny in Detroit for the footage.
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YouTube NBA referee Joey Crawford never tries to make the game about himself. He always interacts well with players and treats them like they’re human beings. He’s a kind, gentle man. Yeah, right. Crawford responded to Dwyane Wade questioning a call during Game 6 Tuesday with, “Don’t yell at me!” (WHILE YELLING).
NOT FOUR, NOT FIVE...
In honor of his third NBA championship, Dwyane Wade opened up his postgame press conference by announcing he has (another) new nickname. Just call him, “Three”. “My name is Three, not Dwyane.”
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade has battled a lingering injury to his right knee throughout the season and into the playoffs that has hampered his ability to produce at his former level. Wade told reporters yesterday that he will now have to play through a banged up left knee after injuring it during Game 6, according to Kurt Helin of Pro Basketball Talk.Wade sustained the injury when...
MIAMI (AP) Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat says he woke up with swelling and stiffness in his left knee on Wednesday, one day after getting hit in Game 6 of the NBA Finals against San Antonio.
Wade missed the start of the second half of Game 6 while getting treatment, then returned. He has no doubt that he will play in Game 7 on Thursday, when the Heat and Spurs will decide this season...
After winning his third championship as a member of the Miami Heat, Dwyane Wade decided to refer to himself as “Three” during his post game press conference after game seven of the 2013 NBA Finals.
Don’t believe me? Check out the below clip that shows D-Wade asking to be called by his new monicker:
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade has had an up and down playoffs this year. While he has shown flashes of brilliance in the last two games of the NBA Finals, many have wondered whether the superstar is beginning to become washed up. His knee bruise has been well documented and even though Wade has [...]
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The one thing that Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade learned from the below video from the second quarter of game six of the 2013 NBA Finals, “Never Ever Yell At NBA Referee Joey Crawford”.
It’s best to keep your opinions to yourself around Joey…
Joey Crawford tells D-Wade to not yell at him [CBS Sports]
The 15 members of the Miami Heat showed their best mean mugs for a T-shirt the team gave away to fans for Game 7 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night. Some of the guys like Birdman Andersen appear to be squinting. Others like Dwyane Wade almost make it seem like it’s a modeling picture. [...]
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To start off, let me tell you that I am one of the biggest Dwyane Wade supporters on this planet. I defend his game tooth and nail with anyone that argues with me, and used to even argue that he was better than LeBron up until last season. While there is no doubting Dwyane Wade is a superstar, he is hurt, slow, and slumping, and for these five...
According to the man himself, LeBron James will be wearing his traditional headband when he takes the AmericanAirlines Arena floor on Thursday night for the Game 7 NBA Finals showdown with the San Antonio Spurs. This has been your LeBron James Headbandgate update. Wait, are we still doing that thing where we add “-gate” to [...]The post LeBron James Headbandgate Update: He plans...
The Miami Heat repeated as NBA champions with a 95-88 victory over the San Antonio Spurs in Game 7 of the Finals on Thursday night. Finals MVP LeBron James had 37 points and 12 rebounds, while Dwyane Wade added 23 points and 10 rebounds.
Gregg Popovich is one of the grumpiest coaches in the NBA. The guy gives reporters a difficult time, hardly shows positive emotion, and he definitely is never happy. But that all changed after Game 7 of the NBA Finals on Thursday. Even though his San Antonio Spurs fell to the Miami Heat 95-88, Pop had [...]
Ray Allen’s 3-pointer with 5.2 seconds to play to force overtime, and LeBron James 32 points helped the Miami Heat stay alive in the NBA Finals Tuesday night against the San Antonio Spurs. The Heat beat the Spurs 103-100
Stop me if I’m being a skeptic. Please. But lets count this thing down. First off, Dwyane Wade couldn’t jump for 8 games. Then he starts flying over the court, dunkin on dudes and blowin up for 32. We’re like, Oh hey Flash forgot you were here. Manu Ginobili starts talkin about retiring after SEVEN points per game this series, shows up with even less hair than we remember...