It was a game to highlight to everyone that the 2012-2013 NBA season has started for sure. In a rematch of the Eastern Conference Finals,
LeBron James thinks the Heat can be even better than last season’s team that won the title, but his coach doesn’t want them thinking —
Tuesday night, Russell Westbrook had what was perhaps his best playoff game ever, scoring 43 points on 20 of 32 shooting. By halftime, the Oklahoma
Thursday, LeBron James silenced many critics by going 12 of 12 from the Free Throw line and putting the game late in the fourth quarter.
LeBron James was lackluster compared to his Game 6 performance last Thursday. However, Saturday night, arguably the league’s best player performed just barely good enough
Thursday night, the Miami Heat’s reigning MVP LeBron James destroyed the Boston Celtics for 45 points, including 30 in the first half alone. The Heat
Tuesday night, the Boston Celtics upset the hopeful Miami Heat 94-90 in Miami. The Heat entered the game as 7.5 point favorites according to Vegas.
Rajon Rondo did not play every minute of Friday night’s sorely needed victory of the NBA’s MVP in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
LeBron James once again repeatedly missed crucial free throws to put the game away late for the Miami Heat Wednesday night. Despite the Heat’s poor