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NEW YORK -- Playing their first playoff game at Madison Square Garden, Miami Heat stars LeBron James and Dwyane Wade made it a memorable one. After Wade scored 12 of his 20 points in the third quarter to help Miami take the lead for good, James scored 17 of his 32 points in the fourth quarter to help the Heat finish off an 87-70 win over the Knicks on Thursday, pushing New York to the brink of elimination from the 2012 NBA Playoffs. "I just wanted to make plays to help our team win," James said. "We had a great supporting cast, and a great player like D-Wade, who made shots and kept us afloat, and our defense was tremendous in the third quarter." Miami now leads the series 3-0, with Game 4 scheduled for Sunday afternoon. Carmelo Anthony had 22 points to lead the Knicks, who led by as many as 11 points in the second quarter, but couldn't sustain their performance into the second half of a game they played without both Amare Stoudemire (lacerated han...
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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...
The New York Knicks are down to the Miami Heat but Knicks guard J.R. Smith probably had the best play of the playoffs so far. Smith beat LeBron James off the dribble and then went to work. Smith continued dribbling and threw down a ridiculous reverse dunk. That is one of the best reverse dunks you are going to see. What great athletic ability he also double pump on the...
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh, otherwise known as "The Big Three" have looked like a three-man wrecking crew as the Heat have so far made quick work of the Knicks in their first-round playoff matchup.As much firepower as the trio may pack in their punch, however, they and the rest of their teammates have overwhelmed the Knicks with a full out team effort.Though...
LeBron James scored 32 points to lead the Heat and Carmelo Anthony scored 22 to lead the Knicks. (Barton Silverman/The New York Times)
Last night during the Knicks vs Heat game, we witnessed a New York team become deflated in the 2nd half. Miami Heat took a commanding 3-0 lead in the series and shot all hopes for a win by the Knicks, out the window.
The Knicks went into halftime...
Chris Bosh videobombed teammate Dwyane Wade during a postgame interview on Thursday night after the Miami Heat's Game 3 playoff win over the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden. It was the second game in a row that Bosh dropped a bomb after the game, as LeBron James was the victim after Game 2.
This time, Wade was bombed from behind by Bosh, but it served as a smooth...
Chris Bosh, coming off of celebrating the birth of his child on Thursday, videobombed another interview. His latest victim: Dwyane Wade; fast-forward to the 1:59 mark. These videobombs get better and better each time.
The New York Knicks made history thursday night but not in a good way. The Miami Heat beat the Knicks 87-70 behind LeBron James' 32 points. It was the Knicks 13th straight playoff loss which is an NBA record. The Knicks haven't won a playoff game since April 29th 2001 and Broke the Mephis Grizzlies previous record of 12. Carmelo Anthony was the Knicks leading scorer with...
Now that this compressed NBA season commenced, there are a plethora of players that deserve the regular season MVP. Theoretically, an MVP is defined as a player who has the most importance to his respective team. Players like Lebron James, Kevin Durant, Kevin Love and Derrick Rose can all win it this year, but just like the tag line to previous NBA playoffs has been, there can be only one.
David Stern hates gambling.
How stupid do you feel that you didn't vote Lebron James to win MVP this season like Bill Simmons? Plus, you now find out that NBA MVP voters, who bet on Lebron, are voting Lebron James as MVP too. Mark it down, for the next 3-4 NBA seasons thousands of NBA fans are putting their money on Lebron for MVP.
Just because UFC 145 and the unprecedented hoopla surrounding the event is officially a thing of the past, that doesn’t mean all of the behind-the-scenes footage leading up to light heavyweight king Jon Jones’ (Pictured) title defense against Rashad Evans has been released.
In this week’s edition of FUEL TV’s “UFC Ultimate Insider,” viewers got an exclusive look at...
With so many injuries to NBA stars USA basketball have added two players that could represent the United States in this year’s 2012 Olympic games in London. One of those players hasn’t even played a NBA game yet and the other player isn’t even a starter for his NBA team.
With injuries to Dwight Howard, Derrick Rose, LaMarcus Aldridge and Chauncey Billups it is...
For the first 24 minutes of action it appeared as if the New York Knicks; despite having a roster that has been depleted by injuries; had a chance to defeat the Miami Heat on Thursday night and get their first win in the third game of the best of seven series. Those thoughts quickly disappeared early in the second half, as Miami outscored their hosts by a 55-30 margin to win the...
With the NBA regular season coming to a close it's time for awards week at The Hoops Manifesto. We've teamed up with some of Bloguin's best NBA writers to vote on who gets the (virtual) hardware. Next up: All-NBA TeamsVoting Panel: Jeff Fox from The Hoops Manifesto, Lives from Knicks Fanatics, College Wolf and Bonk from TWolves Blog, Philip Rossman-Reich from Orlando...