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Dwyane Wade and Kobe Bryant have been named the NBA's Players of the Week.
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Pretty much the standard move for any scorn lover, to either go on a reality show or Dr. Phil style show. The short version of D Wade and Siohvaugh’s story goes like this.
High School sweethearts get married, life in the NBA has an affect on both of them positively and negatively, NBA player decides to upgrade, wife has a breakdown, NBA player uses that breakdown to gain custody...
MIAMI LeBron James doesn't win Eastern Conference Player of the Week every time.
The Miami Heat star might already have won five during his epic season. But on Monday teammate Dwyane Wade picked up one.
Wade got the nod in the East for averaging 25.3 points, 5.0 assists, 4.3 rebounds and 3.5 steals while shooting 60.6 percent during a 4-0 week. Wade had 23 points and...
Tweet The Miami Heat knocked off the Atlanta Hawks 98-81 Tuesday to notch their 19th consecutive victory behind 23 points (9-18 FG), 4 rebounds, and 6 assists from Dwyane Wade. As the Heat continue to roll through opposition the confidence in the team among fans is nearing an all-time high, if it’s not there [...]
Dwyane Wade scored 23 points and the Miami Heat extended their winning streak to 19 games, leading wire-to-wire in beating the Atlanta Hawks 98-81 on Tuesday night.
LeBron James scored 15 and Chris Bosh and Mario Chalmers added 14 apiece for the Heat, who matched the fifth-longest streak in NBA history. They will try for their 20th straight win on Wednesday at Philadelphia, the...
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Dwight Howard expressed regret in a recent interview for how he handled departure from Orlando, and offered an apology to the city and its fans.
I would hope that Dwight Howard is starting to figure things out, but because he talks so much and contradict himself so often, you have to wonder.
Dwight spoke to the media again and said that it took him half the season, but he understands now what Kobe was saying about keeping the clown act in Orlando.
“It’s going to make me a better man and a better player from watching Kobe...
LeBron James once carried a team to 66 wins. Ray Allen played for a club that won 19 consecutive games. Dwyane Wade led a team that finished with the Eastern Conference's best record.
For each, it's a footnote in a season where no championship was won.
There's no arguing that the Miami Heat are playing better than any other team in the NBA right now. They've won...
MIAMI (AP) — LeBron James once carried a team to 66 wins. Ray Allen played for a club that won 19 consecutive games. Dwyane Wade led a team that finished with the Eastern Conference's best record., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/winners-of-18-straight-heat-try-to-stay-focused-yahoo-sports
Tonight marked Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard's first game back in Orlando after getting traded to the city of angels.
In the first quarter of play, Lakers star Kobe Bryant got a chance to show the Orlando fans what they were missing as he threaded a beautiful pass past to Magic defenders to Dwight for an easy slam dunk:
Tim Kitzrow, the iconic voice of the video game NBA Jam, lent his voice to commentate the top 10 dunks of 2013 from college and professional basketball including all the Boom Shaka Laka’s you can muster. This highlight reel which showcases James Harden, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Kobe Bryant, J.R. Smith getting their dunks on and honestly is one of [...]The post Top 10 Dunks...
When the Los Angeles Lakers acquired Dwight Howard in the offseason, the rest of the league smelled trouble. The Lakers were being talked about constantly as being instant championship winners. [...]
Kobe and Dwight’s interactions reminds me of when a new recruit goes into the Army and has a drill sergeant, who has been in the military for 17 years and has no time for new recruits who like to clown around.
While Dwight is telling everyone who will listen, how much he loves Orlando and apologizing to the fans, Kobe thinks he should handle things a different way.
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On January 23rd the Los Angeles Lakers lost on the road to the Grizzlies 106-93 and dropped to 17-25 to 12th place in the Western Conference. Most experts by now had completely counted the Lakers out and gave them no shot at making the playoffs. The story of the Lakers’ ineffectiveness and futility headlined SportsCenter nightly because the thought...