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The NBA Finals are upon us and the Miami Heat’s bandwagon haters and lovers are making their feelings felt everywhere you go.
Meanwhile down in Texas, Spurs supporters are settling in for what they know will be a long series.
We have our thoughts and analysis on who will hoist the big trophy and why.
Based off of their post-season and current habits and stats, Players View has forged out a set of game-by-game championship predictions.
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BEST OF MAXIM
All of the best, or worst, moments from San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich's extremely short interviews during the 2012-13 season.
Tonight the NBA Finals begin in Miami with the Spurs heading up against the Heat. It should be a very very exciting series and I encourage everyone to check out the great Finals coverage for the Spurs over at Project Spurs and over at Crossover Chronicles. Full disclosure, these are both sites I contribute to.
The Heat are obviously a sore subject for Magic fans. Orlando was...
So much has changed since LeBron James and the Spurs last faced off in the NBA Finals. And yet, so little has.
For James, the jersey is different and his supporting cast has a few more recognizable names. For the Spurs, Tony Parker is still their best player and Tim Duncan is still the team’s rock, but Kawhi Leonard has displaced Manu Ginobili as the most important tertiary star...
Karl Malone lost consecutive NBA Finals appearances to Michael Jordan‘s Chicago Bulls, and it appears that The Mailman may still have some bitter feelings towards the man most people consider basketball’s greatest player ever. In an appearance on The Dan Patrick Show, Malone said that Jordan wouldn’t be on an all-time starting five, if he were constructing the team. In fact...
The 2013 NBA Finals feature four players who have been named MVP of the NBA Finals, now known as the Bill Russell NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Award:
Tim Duncan (1999, 2003, 2005)
Dwyane Wade (2006)
Tony Parker (2007)
LeBron James (2012)
Tim Duncan and LeBron James are two of four former Finals MVPs in this year’s Finals. Twice before there have been five. (Photo from Getty...
This is guaranteed to be the best thing you see today. Special thanks to Richard Liew via Vine for this brilliant piece of work.
The flopping epidemic in the NBA has become a total joke so this fits perfect. It’s gotten particularly bad with LeBron. Via FoxSports – Nobody questions the immense talents of LeBron James. The man is a four-time NBA Most Valuable Player and a nine...
Top 5 Players
1. LeBron James (Heat)
2. Tony Parker (Spurs)
3. Dwyane Wade (Heat)
4. Tim Duncan (Spurs)
5. Chris Bosh (Heat)
1. Ray Allen (Heat)
2. Danny Green (Spurs)
3. Chris Anderson (Heat)
Best scorer : LeBron James (Heat)
Best passer: Tony Parker (Spurs)
Best shooter: Matt Bonner (Spurs)
Best low-post scorer: Tim Duncan (Spurs)
Best rebounder: Tim Duncan (Spurs)...
Or Tear Paper
As part of my gym self-punishment for missing days early in the month, I spent a solid hour reading the captioned audio of the ESPN pre-game, whiling away treadmill miles while various blow-dried heads talked about how important Boris Diaw is. (Hint: he's not! Mostly because he's fat, slow and useless!) But as my physical and karmic pain intensified, it seemed...