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Ray Allen’s 3-pointer with 5.2 seconds to play to force overtime, and LeBron James 32 points helped the Miami Heat stay alive in the NBA Finals Tuesday night against the San Antonio Spurs. The Heat beat the Spurs 103-100
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Chris Bosh may not have scored any points in Game 7, but that doesn't mean he isn't going to pop bottles like only Chris Bosh would.
The one thing that Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade learned from the below video from the second quarter of game six of the 2013 NBA Finals, “Never Ever Yell At NBA Referee Joey Crawford”.
It’s best to keep your opinions to yourself around Joey…
Joey Crawford tells D-Wade to not yell at him [CBS Sports]
The NBA announced that Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh has been fined $5,000 for flopping during the first half of Game 4 in the NBA Finals.
The flop happened during the second quarter. Bosh was trailing Spurs forward Tim Duncan as the two headed back down the court when Duncan established position in the paint to post up Bosh. As Spurs guard Gary Neal approached with the dribble,...
Chris Bosh actually made a multiple huge plays down the stretch that ultimately sealed the victory for the Heat. From the pivotal offensive rebounds that kept Heat possessions alive, the block on Tony Parker near the end of OT and ultimately the block on Danny Green in the corner to end the game. For [...]
Chris Bosh introduced a new Bosh Face to the world during Game 7 of the NBA Finals.
LeBron James shrugged off a poor start to get 32 points, 11
assists and 10 rebounds, Ray Allen hit a 3-pointer with 5.2 seconds
to play to force overtime and the Miami Heat staved off elimination
with a 103-100 victory over the San Antonio Spurs in Game 6 of the
NBA Finals on Tuesday night.
Count Metta World Peace among those impressed by LeBron James' fourth quarter Game 6 efforts without his headband on.
One more defensive rebound, and the Spurs would have been spraying champagne.
One more board, one measly Heat miss corralled by the Spurs in the final 23 seconds of regulation, and the NBA Finals are over. Forget a Game 7, forget LeBron James’ headband, forget Manu Ginobili laying a gigantic egg for the umpteenth time in the series. It should be over. Tim Duncan should be passionlessly...
If you wanted to reach LeBron James on Thursday night, well, the King was busy wrapping up his second straight championship. Leave a message.
With the passing of legendary actor James Gandolfini at the mere age of 51 due to a heart attack, Hollywood lost one of the greatest actors to grace the small/large screen in the process.
When James was living, he was a pretty big fan of the New York Knicks and back in the grand year that was 2010, Gandolfini reprised his old role of “Tony Soprano” to help court then-free agent...
SAME AS IT EVER WAS
While Tim Duncan and LeBron James are attempting to further cement their respective legacies as they prepare for Game 7 of the 2013 NBA Finals Tuesday evening, San Antonio Spurs’ head coach, Gregg Popovich had his own fun in this comedic presser before Game 7. Highlights include joking with media about their horrible (read lazy) [...]The post Gregg Popovich’s Hilarious Pre-Game...
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...
In each playoff series there is a player that pushes his way into the limelight and shines for a game or two. That person is considered an X-Factor. Tonight for Game 7 you can push all the notions of one guy making a difference out the window. The team that uses everyone correctly will be the ones to hoist up the Larry O’Brien trophy tonight.
Yes LeBron James can take the game...