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LeBron James fired up the Celtics during Game 1 by laughing in Kevin Garnett's face. Luckily, it was NESN.com readers who got the last laugh, thanks to Tuesday's #NESNcaption contest. Doug Chapman It's my ball, and my refs, old man. David Stern said so. Sylvester DeRosa Garnet: "SAY SOMETHING & GET SMACKED" Jason Jarvis No ring .. No king @NESN Lebron:"I have a ball" Kevin: "I have a ring." #NESNcaption — Dana Jay Bein (@danajaybein) May 29, 2012
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Saw this last night and didn't know what to make of it. Watching the replay now it looks even worse. Times like this you really miss having an enforcer on the team like Kendrick Perkins. Someone needs to knock that "Yeah Yeah" smirk off LeBron's HGH inflated face.
LeBron is just being LeBron here. Here he is laughing in KG’s face as the Miami Heat took down the Celtics in Monday’s showdown in Miami. It isn’t easy to get under KG’s skin, but I’m fairly sure he won’t be forgetting this anytime soon.
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During last night's game one win against the Boston Celtics, Miami Heat guard Dwayne Wade pulled off this incredible full-court pass to Lebron James.
Watch as Wade shows off his arm to hit James at the other end of the court:
The Miami Heat currently lead their Eastern Conference Finals series against the Boston Celtics by tw games to nothing after a 115-110 overtime victory in game two.
Lebron James had another solid game with 34 points but his most dubious moment came in the first quarter when he blew a wide-open dunk:
Results of Heat-Celtics Game 1 put Miami Heat in driver’s seat against Boston Celtics.
Game one of the Heat-Celtics series is in the books, and anti-Heat fans will be disappointed. The Miami Heat asserted themselves on the court in game 1 with a decisive 93-79 victory over the Boston Celtics.
The Celtics came back to tie it halfway through, but the Heat dominated in the second...
LeBron James and the Miami Heat got some help from referees in Game 1 against Boston.I’m sorry Eye On Sports NBA fanatics, but seeing the referees ‘help’ the Miami Heat to their convincing 93-79 win over the aging Boston Celtics, didn’t sit very well with me – eve if it’s not the first time I’ve seen the refs give LeBron James and Dwyane Wade some additional help....
MIAMI (AP) -- LeBron James scored 34 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, Dwyane Wade scored 23 and the Miami Heat pulled off the biggest playoff comeback in franchise history to beat the Boston Celtics 115-111 in overtime on Wednesday night.
Mario Chalmers scored 22 for the Heat, who took a 2-0 lead in the Eastern Conference finals despite an unbelievable night by Rajon Rondo. The Celtics...
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According to ESPN Stats and Information, Miami shot 77.8 percent in the paint in Game 1, led by LeBron James (10 of 11) and Dwyane Wade (6 of 7). The Heat piled up 42 points and had only one shot blocked...
Following the Boston Celtics' 93-79 Game 1 loss to the Miami Heat on Monday, the topic of postgame conversations wasn't Lebron James. It wasn't about any of the players, actually. No, everybody was talking about the referees. Over the course of the game, Boston received five technical fouls (while Miami received none), many of which seemed unwarranted. In the second quarter...
Is it me or does it seem that the NBA powers that be don't care one bit that a LARGE amount of fans think the league is WWF rigged. I mean I wasn't the only one predicting that the Hornets would just happen to get the #1 pick after the NBA owned team happened to recently find a buyer willing to meet the league's steep asking price right? Then you have the free throw...
Anthony Davis says he mirrors his game after Kevin Garnett on offense and Serge Ibaka on defense.
30) The first 4 minutes, which saw 8 total points and translates to a 60-48 final, should let everyone know that the East Is Least29) In going from Elton Brand to Rony Turiaf, Kevin Garnett should really step up in productivity28) There's a reasonable argument to be made that says that Ray Allen is no longer ever a quality NBA bench player27) On LeBron James' first steal...
It was by far their most devastating loss of the season, yet the Boston Celtics were every bit the champions they had been in winning the 2008 title. They were pesky and courageous and they desperately attempted to defy defeat. They were outmatched and on the road and down to one player with enough gas and skill to make a difference, and yes, they were a little inconsistent, yet...