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Drake wasn’t the only celebrity who was snubbed during the Heat’s championship run. The hip hop star was denied access to the Miami Heat’s postgame locker room celebration after their Game 7 victory in the NBA Finals on Thursday, but at that point, the team had already turned someone else away. Spike Lee was spurned by the Heat following the team’s Thursday morning shootaround, where the famous movie director was trying to film a new project, according to the Miami Herald. Lee wanted to shoot a short variation of his 1998 hit film He Got Game, which starred Heat guard Ray Allen, for a spot during ABC’s broadcast of Game 7, but Allen denied Lee’s interview request. Allen doesn’t speak to the media following shootarounds. Lee also tried to interview Heat players Mike Miller, Shane Battier and Mario Chalmers, who all apparently do speak after shootarounds, but they denied Lee as well. Lee, though, didn’t seem to be upset about his denied request, as he shook hands with...
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The Miami sharpshooter says his former team could have had a greater sense of urgency in their Finals Game 7 loss against the Lakers in 2010.
Ray Allen hit the biggest shot in Miami Heat history last night. You can debate where the game ranks all time, but there is no debating that “Jesus Prayer” is the most important shot in the history of the franchise. The game tying shot capped off an unlikely comeback, so unlikely that Heat arena staff had already cordoned off the sidelines and the Larry O’Brien trophy was already...
Thursday night, Ray Allen will take the court in Game 7 of the NBA Finals for the second time in four years.
Celtics fans all remember Allen’s last trip to the Finals, but the Miami Heat sharpshooter tries to block that experience out of his mind.
According to The Boston Globe’s Gary Washburn, Allen said Wednesday that Boston took Game 7 of the 2010 Finals against the Lakers...
The last time Miami Heat guard Ray Allen found himself in a winner take all game 7 for the NBA title, he was a member of the Boston Celtics in 2010. The Celtics were up 3-2 heading back to Los Angeles before allowing the Lakers to win the final 2 games to secure the NBA [...]
It looked like the Spurs where going to get their rings, but Ray Allen had other ideas. Off a offensive rebound Allen hit a game tying three with 5 seconds left to force the game into overtime.
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Connecticut's Ray Allen just keeps breaking records.
Basketball’s Best Shooter Has One Final Shot For A Title
The saying goes, “God helps those, who help themselves.”
Turned out to be a fitting mantra for the man who once portrayed Jesus.
It wasn’t the first game-winner of Ray Allen’s career, but it certainly was the most memorable to that point.
The junior Guard from the University of Connecticut had struggled immensely...
Ray Allen seemed to be channeling his inner Jesus Shuttlesworth, the character he played in the 1998 movie “He Got Game”, in game 6 of the NBA Finals. After his game changing performance Spike Lee, who directed the movie and is apparently trying to make a spoof of the film, was denied access to Allen when showed up at shootaround trying to get footage.
H/T NY Post
When Lee approached...
The Heat were on the ropes, the Spurs were moments away from bringing in title No. 5 to the franchise and the Heat needed something to turn the tide.
Enter Heat's Ray Allen.
Dwyane Wade misfired on a three to tie the game in the fourth quarter and with 7-seconds left in regulation, Allen nailed the clutch three to send the game into overtime where Miami would go on to...
Did you leave Game 6 before Ray Allen's dramatic game-tying 3-pointer? Did you miss Chris Bosh's emphatic game-ending block?
Well, catch up on some the best highlights of Game 6 in super-slow motion via the NBA's Phantom camera.
UFC light heavyweight Chael Sonnen isn’t a fan of Miami Heat Star LeBron James and thinks the four-time NBA most Valuable Player, is a “dork.” Sonnen appeared on The Jim Rome Show on the cable network Showtime a week ago and called James names then ripped the NBA for
In Nike’s latest ad, LeBron James receives congratulations on his second straight NBA championship from Spike Lee, Warren Buffet, Drake, Dr. Dre, Bill Russell, Coach K and more on his answering machine, which I’m guessing doesn’t look like that in real life.
Miami Heat fans should be absolutely ashamed of themselves.
The funniest part of the mass exodus out of the arena with 28 seconds remaining in Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals was the Instagram picture showing one of the fans on the elevator in an old purple No. 34 Milwaukee Bucks jersey, where Ray Allen played once upon a time.
So that fan and numerous others chose to give up on LeBron...
There’s only one way to celebrate winning back-to-back NBA Championships, and that is by getting really stinkin’ drunk as quickly as possible. The Heat took that to heart last night as they partied hard in their locker room immediately following their Game 7 victory over the Spurs.
-LeBron in lovable drunk mode: “I love the NBA.” (0:55...