Basketball is a team game.
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Game three between the Heat and Pacers had the makings of another battle.
There's no vindication like winning in the NBA Playoffs.
Finding joy in others' happiness is a blessing.
When his career is said and done however many years from now, there's a good chance Dwyane Wade will be able to stake claim as the best all-around shooting guard not named Jordan or Bryant.
Last week's Wednesday Dunk Battle was one of the most hotly contested ever, pitting LeBron James and Blake Griffin (the two most prolific Wednesday Dunk Battlers of the season) against a sea otter and a guy who dunked through fire.
While most NBA fans are probably glued to Chris Broussard’s Twitter account to check out his breaking NBA trade deadline news that Yahoo.
It's safe to say bandwagon sports fan Lil' Wayne is still pissed at the Miami Heat for allegedly tossing the rapper out of the building during last week's matchup against the LA Lakers.
Seeing as David Stern and the NBA prefer putting superstar-led teams on ESPN and TNT, and AT&T U-Verse doesn’t have NBA TV available for po’ folk like me, I don’t get to watch Javale McGee’s crazy ass play as much as I’d like to.
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The first Sunday following football season is always a transition period for sports fans.
You may have seen people Tweetering or Tumbling about an awesome play by the Miami Heat’s stars last night or this morning, but let me preface this by saying that it’s not the most amazeball moment in NBA history that some people are making it out to be.
By now, chances are you've <a href="http://www.cbssports.com/nba/blog/eye-on-basketball/21614563/video-heat-fan-hits-75000-halfcourt-shot-lebron-tackles-him" target="_blank">probably seen this video</a> of the Miami Heat fan, Michael Drysch, nailing a half-court shot for $75,000 only to be tackled by what seemed to be an even-more-excited LeBron James.
Earlier this month, Shane Battier of the Miami Heat uploaded a video of himself <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2013/01/shane-battier-karaoke-love-boat-video" target="_blank">dressed like a ship's captain, singing the theme to 'The Love Boat.'</a> It was the worst THE BEST, advertised his second annual “South Beach Battioke” celebrity karaoke event, and allowed me to make a joke about LeBron James singing Pretty Ricky.
Having hit somewhat of a pre-All Star break slump, the Miami Heat traveled to Sacramento Saturday night.
For my money, there’s no greater MS Paint artist in this generation or any other, for that matter (suck it, Picasso), than <a href="https://twitter.com/DangerGuerrero">our own Danger Guerrero</a>.
Despite me watching it last night, <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=isPm79xTzM4">the NBA posted its new “BIG Color” commercial on YouTube today</a> to celebrate both the holiday season and the surprisingly plain jerseys that some teams will be wearing on Christmas day.
The Miami Heat haven't exactly found their defensive groove just yet, but the offense hasn't missed a beat with South Beach Bros averaging north of 108 points per contest.