Is this a Manu Ginobili flop.
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Game 5 of the NBA Finals has started off like gangbusters with both teams looking to push the tempo.
You will NEVER be able to accuse Stephen Jackson of not keeping it real or failing to speak his mind.
Good one, Chris Bosh.
By now you may have seen the news that LeBron James might be starting at center tonight against the San Antonio Spurs.
Andre Drummond is easily one of our favorite young players in the NBA.
To most of us, Tracy McGrady's NBA Finals appearance in a Spurs blowout of the Heat was pretty unremarkable.
Somehow the San Antonio Spurs ended the first half up only six points after completely out-working Miami.
Every now and then, Manu Ginobili will time warp back to his Kinder Bologna days (when he was considered to be one of the most explosive athletes in the Euroleague) and put one on somebody.
After we posted video of LeBron James stuffing a Tim Duncan shot at the rim, a bunch of haters immediately hit us with the "That's not so impressive" nonsense.
Watch as Juwan Howard and Heat assistant coach David Fizdale attempt to distract Danny Green while he was shooting a three in the first half: So the obvious question is, should NBA benches be allowed to do this.
Dwyane Wade picked a pretty great time to remember how to play basketball, didn't he.
Because this game has devolved into a mess that hasn't really been competitive since sometime in the first half, we are left with A) Watching everyone (rightly) make fun of Justin Bieber or B) Highlights of the game before it was a beating.
Tonight, Dwyane Wade looks more like Dwyane Wade than he has at any other point in this series (and his impact shows in the score).
The third quarter performance turned in by LeBron James tonight was pure brilliance.
When we started this post, tonight's Pacers/Heat game was still pretty close.
The Indiana Pacers are clearly not content with merely just scaring the Miami Heat in this playoff series - they came to play tonight.
There's something sort of thrilling about watching Lance Stephenson in these NBA playoffs.
Last night's Heat/Pacers playoff game was somehow, at the very same time, both tremendous and sickening.
The opening season of Red Bull Midnight Run was a resounding success, bringing the best players from New York, Chicago, Boston, and Washington, D.