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Ok, so let's get the simpleton stuff out of the way. The Wizards, once again, played down to the level of their opponent, which sounds extremely odd to say considering they played the NBA's best team, the Miami Heat. Miami took advantage of a stretch of a couple minutes when the Wiz Kids went cold in the 4th quarter and behind the 3-point shooting of Rashard Lewis (yes, that guy), Mike Miller (yea, that guy as well) and Shane Battier (cue the 'f**k Duke' chants).
The Heat defeated the Wizards by a final score of 103-98 in front of an extremely disappointed sell out crowd and media at the Verizon Center. Just to give you an idea of what kind of game it was, Ray Allen and A.J. Price lead all players in scoring with 23 points apiece. My colleague Mike Andrews had the best comment of the night. In the middle of the 2nd quarter, while both teams were playing sloppy basketball, he turned to me and said, "This is like an All-Star game, without the all-stars."...
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It's that time of year when your favorite NBA star will be doing one thing... KEEPING THE BENCH WARM for their fellow teammates, as one NBA fan found that out the hard way.Before Wednesday night's game the Miami Heat had against the Washington Wizards, it was announced that the Heat's three top stars [LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh] wouldn't be playing...
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The Miami Heat were able to handle the Washington Wizards Wednesday night even without Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, and LeBron James, 103-98, thanks to a scoring effort from Ray Allen, Rashard Lewis, and Mike Miller. After the game, Miller was giving an interview discussing John Wall when Chris “Birdman” Andersen videobombed him in a creepish [...]The post Chris “Birdman” Andersen...
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade has missed the team’s past six games due to a bruised kneecap, but the All-Star told reporters – including The Associated Press – that he plans on suiting up Friday against the Boston Celtics.Wade also told reporters that doctors recently discovered three separate bone bruises around his right kneecap. While this is what’s kept him sidelined...
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Miami Heat star LeBron James posted this pic to his 2.2 million Instagram followers yesterday afternoon to commemorate a spandex-clad workout. It’s pretty obvious that LeBron has nothing to hide.-TO
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The Miami Heat are looking like they more than likely will defend their NBA crown led by LeBron James.
He has been a beast this season and will likely be the winner of the NBA MVP and it seems all the hard work in the gym is lending to the Heat's dominance.
James uploaded a photo of himself after a hard days work in the gym and it seems he is quite proud of his work. That...
LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade had not played together in a couple of weeks, so the Miami Heat needed some time to get back into rhythm.
About 12 minutes, to be precise.
The Heat scored 41 points in the second quarter - their highest-scoring period of the season - to erase what was an early 13-point deficit, and went on to beat the Boston Celtics 109-101 on Friday night...
Dwyane Wade hears critics talking whenever he has a bad game with the Miami Heat.
In the 1st quarter of last night’s game LeBron James had an assist to himself. On a fast break James was caught mid-air so he threw a pass off the backboard. James than caught the ball of the backboard and threw down the rebound.
James finished the game with 28 points, and 7 rebounds.
Russell Westbrook is so athletic as a point guard, and last night those skills were on display...
Early on in the Miami Heat’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks, LeBron James set the tone for the game with this sick dunk. James wanted to pass the ball to Mike Miller but the defender had been waiting for it, so LeBron was caught in the air with no where to go. This left him with no choice but to throw the ball off of the backboard and then go up and dunk it home for the highlight...
The Celtics-Heat rivalry has been strong ever since the self-proclaimed King James decided to famously take his talents to South Beach. Miami had the talent, but Boston had the experience—up until last year when the new big three, donning Miami red, captured the allusive NBA championship and Boston and Miami’s roles were immediately changed. Tonight will most definitely have...
-Boston Celtics (40-38, 13-25 on the road) @ Miami Heat (62-16, 34-4 at home) American Airlines Arena, 7:30 pm on ESPN/WEEI Officials: James Capers, Mark Lindsay, and Sean Wright Line: Miami by 12.5 After losing to the Brooklyn Nets in Boston, the Celtics headed to Miami for a game against the Heat. Likely to meet in the postseason, this game offers a preview for the seven-game...