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Before speaking in Miami on Friday, President Obama took a minute to console (and perhaps poke a little fun at) Miami Heat fans. President Obama is a known Chicago Bulls fan, and after the Bulls ended the Heat’s streak of 27 games — the second longest in NBA history — on Wednesday, Obama was obviously happy for his Bulls. He consoled the fans of Miami by letting them know that the Heat “will be just fine.” President Obama went on to congratulate the Miami Hurricanes on their great season and let the people know that, with the Florida Gators and the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles still in the NCAA Tournament, the state of Florida is “the center of basketball right now.” [EOB] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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The Heat's winning streak came to an end Wednesday against the Bulls and LeBron appeared to be most frustrated about two hard fouls against him during the game.
Danny Ainge recently said that LeBron needs to stop doing so much complaining, and that apparently did not sit well with Pat Riley, to say the least.
Normally I like my posts to have some kind of substance to them be it my whit and wisdom (go ahead and laugh) or a video clip of something cool. This post has neither.
What it does have is a hilarious LeBron James meme.
In case you've been out of the country and on a desolate island with no WiFi (so, Survivor contestants) the Miami Heat have been streaking. No...
LeBron James – one of the league’s most physical players – is upset with the “rough” treatment he’s received this season. He ******* whined sounded off following last night’s loss to the Bulls:
“Those are not basketball plays and it’s been happening all year,” James said after the game, in reference to the two hard fouls. “And I was able to keep my cool and...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JIM LITKE AP Sports Columnist Losing game after game is nerve-racking, sure, but after a point, so is winning.
Seconds after the NBA's second-longest winning streak was history, LeBron James and his Miami Heat teammates walked off the floor solemnly in single file, their mood seemingly as dark as their black road jerseys. But moments later, inside the...
Pat Riley holds a warm place in my heart. As a coach with the Lakers during the “Showtime” era. The toughness he brought to the Knicks in the 90′s and the transformation he created in South Beach, Riles responded to criticism Boston Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge tossed out at Lebron James on Friday night.
“Danny Ainge needs to shut the f**k up and...
How better to put the streak being over and the whole mess about him "complaining" to rest then to go out and do what he does best?
Because, you know, he is pretty good at this...
In a recent interview on WEEI radio, Celtics GM, Danny Ainge, called LeBron James “almost embarrassing” for complaining about foul calls after Chicago snapped Miami’s 27-game winning streak. LeBron James responded at Friday’s shootaround in New Orleans, saying “Nothing that comes out of Boston surprises me,” but Miami wasn’t done firing back. Heat president Pat Riley...
The streak that some thought may never end, finally did.
The Miami Heat ran out of magic and dropped last night’s game to the Chicago Bulls, 101-97, putting an end to their 27-game win streak.
As they did a number of times over the past two months, the Heat fell behind by double-digits in the first half, only to come roaring back in the second half and take the lead. This time...
The Miami Heat's Pat Riley literally told Boston's Danny Ainge to 'Shut the f@#$ up' in a written statement to the press. Epic.
After the Chicago Bulls ended the Miami Heat 27-game winning streak, a rather dejected LeBron James found his way down the visitor's tunnel at the United Center.Before he disappeared from view of the rowdy Chicago crowd, one Bulls fan attempted to jack his headband right off his head:Nice try dude...Nice try...