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Look this gem: If you aren’t sure who Jon Barry is, he is an analyst (using this word loosely) for ESPN whom NBA fans — more often than not — detest. After Game 3, the camera caught this Miami Heat fan holding the “Jon Barry Sucks” sign with Barry oblivious to anything going around [...]
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A bizarre sequence of events over the weekend led to two women, including Dwyane Wade's ex-wife, to be arrested on misdemeanor charges.
At one point during the second half of Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Sunday night, Dwyane Wade got caught in a switch and ended up covering Kevin Durant. Wade is extremely athletic, but this is a combination that the Heat want to avoid as much as possible in this series. K.D. has too much height and length for D-Wade to handle, and according to Wade that is exactly what Durant told...
Some of the Heat are offering high praise to coach Erik Spoelstra as he leads Miami in its second straight NBA Finals appearance. Veteran guard Juwan Howard lauded Spoelstra's role in helping the team blend together, from stars LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh meshing on the court to veterans like Howard and Mike Miller finding their roles. "It's challenging...
Halfway to a title, and LeBron James shows no sign of letting this one get away.
James had 29 points and 14 rebounds, and the Miami Heat took a 2-1 lead in the NBA Finals with a 91-85 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday night.
Dwyane Wade had 25 points, seven rebounds and seven assists for the Heat, who were in this same position through three games last year, then...
This is not a typical Lebron James article about his stats, awards or endorsements. This article is about the psyche of Lebron James and how he can use failure as a motivation tool. One of the most difficult things in life for a human being to deal with is failure, but what can be even more devastating is if [...]
MIAMI -- When LeBron James arrived in Miami before last season, Heat assistant coach Bob McAdoo had a presentation of show and tell.
McAdoo is one of the few guys on the planet who at least has somewhat walked in similar shoes as James. Likes James, he has won an NBA MVP and a scoring title (actually, three). Like James, he had toiled for many years without winning a title. And...
Congratulations to Miami Heat baller Dwyane Wade for being named to online men’s retailer Mr. Porter “Style Council“making him the 100th member to be added to this prestigious list of fashion luminaries.The style council consists of the world’s most stylish and well-connected men from all over the world.Dwyane continues to gain recognition in the fashion with his creativity...
Me: Hi LeBron’s Headband, thanks for coming.
LBJH: Thanks for having me, Matt.
Me: So how have these playoffs gone for you so far?
LBJH: It’s been hard, honestly.
Me: Why is that?
LBJH: Well if LeBron were a bench player, everything would be fine, but since he’s active in the offense, I find myself always hanging on for dear life.
Me: Do you ever talk to him about...
Dwyane Wade has retained the services of famed trainer Tim Grover.
Heat fans have certainly had a reason to be excited this postseason, with the team being two wins from a championship. But, you know who else has been giddy with excitement during the postseason? The Miami Heat sponsors.
As the Heat continue on to game 4 of the NBA Finals, the team's various sponsors are simply living the dream. With sponsorship monies typically covering just...
Just goes to show, Lebron has awful taste. [Follow me @TravisHouser]
Villain: a.) an uncouth person, b.) a deliberate scoundrel or criminal, c.) a character in a story or play who opposes the hero, d.) one blamed for a particular evil or difficulty. A proper villain is as important to any storyline as the part the hero plays; the bad guy to the good guy; the demented [...]
Early in the 4th quarter during Game 3 of the NBA Finals, Oklahoma City’s James Harden connects with Kevin Durant as he slams one down, however the Miami Heat would take Game 3 in a 91-85 victory.