Found December 28, 2011 on
Memphis Commercial Appeal:
LeBron James scored 26 points, rookie point guard Norris Cole came up with 14 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter, and the Miami Heat nearly blew a 20-point lead before beating the Boston Celtics 115-107 on Tuesday night.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
S ON THE CHEST
The Miami Heat almost let one slip to the Charlotte Bobcats. The Heat staged a HUGE comeback DWade hit a HUGE basket, he gave Cam Newton his superman-touchdown move.
Was Cam popping trash at DWade and LeBron? That was totally planned right? Interesting! I’m already in LOVE with this NBA season. Yes, even with Lakers struggles.
Recap of HEAT.com's live chat of Miami's home-opener win over the Boston Celtics, when Norris Cole had 20 off the bench.
by Abe Schwadron | @abe_squad
Now that every team has played at least one game, we can officially call the NBA season “in full swing,” even if the standings, stats and lineups have yet to stabilize. Tuesday was a lighter schedule, with just five games going on, but it was the third night in a row for the Lakers, who came in at 0-2, and opening night for Atlanta and Utah—who...
As always, the comments are not quite as much fun when we lose, but there are some fun ones. It's interesting when the Heat fans are mentioning how many bad calls are going against the Celtics. That's when you know the officiating is REALLY bad. Enjoy today's comments in spite of the loss...
Time to beat these Boston crumb-bums into the retirement home. We need...
Kevin Harlan has had some very notable calls over the course of his broadcasting career, especially the "With no regard for human life" call of LeBron James' slam dunk over Kevin Garnett in the 2007 NBA Playoffs. Last night he dropped another gem during the Lakers-Jazz broadcast.
Metta... World... PEACE!
Stocking Stuffer of NBA Games
Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton sat courtside and saw Dwayne Wade and LeBron James steal his "Superman pose" and a victory Wednesday night in Charlotte.
It was all set up for the Bobcats to win a big home game against the Miami Heat. The crowd was behind them. It was the largest home attendance for any Bobcats home game in history. The Bobcats jumped to an 11-0 lead....