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No Guts, No Glory:
Before Chris Bosh’s injury, the Indiana Pacers were the consensus underdog in the series against the Miami Heat. Now with Bosh out, some are beginning to believe that the Pacers have a golden opportunity to knock off the Heat. And that group now includes the Pacers themselves.
As the second half wore on in game 2, you could see the confidence building in the Pacer bunch and once they held on for the win, the young Pacers couldn’t contain themselves. They celebrated like they had just won the NBA title.
Pacers veteran David West insisted that his young teammates’ “act like they’ve been there” to no avail. And West wasn’t the only one who thought that the Pacers’ celebration was a little much. Dwyane Wade did too.
“I heard they wanted to be like the Dallas Mavericks, in a sense,” Wade said about an apparent reference to Pacers coach Frank Vogel using last year’s Mavs team, which beat the Heat in Miami for the title, as motivation for Indiana. “I saw their little celebration at th
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MIAMI—Chris Bosh won’t be taking the floor for the remainder of his team’s series against the Pacers, but he's wholly convinced he is still an integral and valued member of the Heat and has assured the nursing staff at his rehab clinic that his teammates would definitely be by to see him before visiting hours conclude today.
“They’ll be here any moment,” Bosh...
The Indiana Pacers won game three of their playoffs series with the Miami Heat giving them a 2-1 series lead.During a time out in the third quarter, Heat star Dwyane Wade got into an argument with head coach Eric Spoelstra which ESPN cameras caught for the viewing public:
Dwyane Wade says the Miami Heat have moved on from Game 3 when he had his public spat with coach Erik Spoelstra.
Following the team's practice Saturday, Wade chalked up his heated sideline exchange in the third quarter of a 94-75 blowout loss to the Indiana Pacers with Spoelstra as ''emotional and in the heat of the battle.'' Wade said it wasn't his first...
Last night, a frustrated Dwyane Wade clearly shoved Darren Collison to the ground in transition, earning himself a flagrant 1 foul. Many people immediately compared it to the Jason Smith foul on Blake Griffin, which was called a Flagrant 2, and earned Smith a 2 game suspension.
Even though the plays are similar, the league saw fit to not only not upgrade Wade's foul...
Dwyane Wade gets in Spoelstra's face and, for some reason, this is interesting to you.
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MIAMI Chris Bosh is most appreciated when he doesn't play.
In March, the Miami big man missed three games and the Heat lost two, to Utah and the Lakers. That sparked a minor panic about Miami's lack of size.
Bosh soon returned and again was mostly forgotten about. The acclaim went to Heat perimeter stars LeBron James and Dwyane Wade.
Well, Bosh is out again. And, judging...
With their second-round playoff series against the Pacers tied at 1-1, the Miami Heat will again attempt to adjust to life without power forward Chris Bosh tomorrow night in Game 3 at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana. The … Continue reading →
In game 1 of the Eastern conference semi-finals between the Indiana Pacers and the Miami Heat, one third of the Heat’s big 3 suffered an injury that could cause him to miss significant time this playoff series. Chris Bosh suffered a strain abdominal muscle on this play during the second quarter of the game on [...]
I was able to join Justin Hull on "The Home Stretch" to chat about Chris Bosh's injury and how it impacts the Miami Heat, the possability of Indiana and Philadelphia playing in the Eastern Conference Finals, if anybody from the Eastern Conference can put up a fight in the NBA Finals, the Lakers looking rusty in Game 1 and the long-term impact of Derrick Rose's injury.
We all know about the hype that comes with the Miami Heat's "Big 3" that includes Dwayne Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh. I have been one of the biggest critics of the "Big 3," calling them the "Big 2 and a really good role player." Bosh would be the role player in my eyes because I never thought he was that great when he was the man on the Toronto...
Mario Chalmers and LeBron James look on as Miami Heat get trounced in Indiana by 19 points in Game 3.
Looks like there’s a bit of trouble in Miami Heat paradise. Thursday night in Game 3, the Indiana Pacers took DWYANE WADE, LEBRON JAMES and all that Miami swag out back to the corn field and applied a high frustose 19-point beatdown, 94-75. During the game, things got uh…heated...
Every morning, we'll give you five things from the night before in the NBA to start your day.
1: Pacers demolish Miami
This was a beat down. Pure and simple. Don't let the halftime tie fool you. The Pacers took control of this game in the second quarter after coming out strong and letting off the gas to go down nine after one quarter. They reversed that in the second...