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In Game 5, Spurs seek to regain lead over Heat before series shifts
back to Miami.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
CART BEFORE THE HORSE
Someone should tell 'em the Spurs are up
During game one of the NBA Finals between the San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat. 2KSports debuted a commercial featuring Steve Kerr of NBATV and LeBron James of the Miami Heat. It was a teaser for the next installment of the 2KSports most popular gaming franchise, NBA2K. The upcoming version is NBA2K14 which will feature LeBron James on the cover. Or so the commercial made it...
Critics seem quick to judge the other two-thirds of Miami’s highly-regarded “big three.” Just because Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh aren’t superstar status, doesn’t mean they aren’t still capable of holding a decently heavy amount of weight. Chris Bosh clearly isn’t the same player he used to be, but that is largely a result of the system he is in. Dwyane Wade hasn’t...
Recently I’ve noticed this topic brought up by the media on several occasions. I’ve heard some very credible reporters say he’s the smartest “basketball mind” in the league. Last week Sportscenter ran a feature on LeBron’s “basketball IQ” that promoted this very idea. It included teammate Shane Battier (who’s widely thought of as one of the most intelligent...
It might help the Heat if they actually guarded Green.
Many of his threes have been wide open looks. Jesus has done his part for the Heat off the bench. He kept them within striking distance in Game 5.
Ray Allen Reaction to Danny Green
Juwan Howard has some sharp suits.
LeBron James adds a new weapon to his basketball arsenal every offseason, it appears this previous year that the NBA superstar added flopping. Where did he learn this new skill? Well 71-year-old flopping coach Frank Calhoun claims he is the man responsible for LeBron’s new intentional falling. Calhoun boasts that he invented flopping and was the first player to ever flop in a professional...
The Miami Heat's Big 3 of Dwayne Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh look mad fresh before Game 5 of the NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs.
The man of many faces is back at it again, and this time he is foaming at the mouth. Check out Chris Bosh spitting everywhere and screaming like a dinosaur.
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Kevin Durant is one of the more likable players in the NBA, but that does not mean he is exempt from making questionable decisions. It wouldn’t be fair to the other NBA players we rag on if we let KD wear ridiculous outfits and get away with it, so we had no choice but to call your [...]
SAN ANTONIO Gregg Popovich matched the Miami Heat and went small. And his San Antonio Spurs came up big.
After Heat coach Erik Spoelstra had moved guard Mike Miller into the starting lineup in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, the Spurs coach counteracted by replacing center Tiago Splitter with guard Manu Ginobili in Sunday nights Game 5 at the AT&T Center.
The move worked brilliantly...
Passive Miami Heat Superstars On Tuesday, June 12, 2013, the San Antonio Spurs hosted the Miami Heat in Game 3 of the 2012-2013 NBA Finals. With a barrage of three pointers, wide-open layups and dunks, and turnovers off errant, lazy Miami passes, the Spurs put forth a winning effort to take a 2-1 lead in [...]The post What I Hated in Sports this Week: Miami Malaise by Brock Alton...
SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- Until Tuesday night, the Miami Heat will be lamenting 8 bad minutes.
Eight very bad minutes, actually.
So bad that they took away any realistic chance of winning Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Sunday night. So bad that they put the reigning champions on the brink of elimination. So bad that they ensured the Heat season can only be saved by winning two games in...
The San Antonio Spurs got Game 5 against the Miami Heat with a bang with a slam dunk by Tim Duncan on Mario Chalmers.
Early in the first quarter, Duncan got free from Chris bosh, caught the pass and went right to the rim only to put Chalmers on a poster. Looks like TD will be sending royalty checks to Chalmers.