Joshua Howe — LeBron might have had a sense of déjà vu walking through that tunnel as he left the AT&T Center, after a 104-87 San Antonio victory that ousted the Miami Heat and left them three wins shy of a three-peat. Only that feeling might have brought James back to his days as a Cleveland Cavalier, rather than a Heat, when he played […]
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1. The Finals wasn’t even close. The Spurs manhandled the Heat in five games and broke several records along the way, making easy pickings of the defending champions. Were the Spurs just that good, or was this a tell-all sign that the Heat desperately need to make changes to their roster? Andy T (@andytobo): Can it be neither? The Spurs team this year was an all-time […]
Joshua Howe – LeBron James, fed up with hearing about Kevin Durant being the obvious MVP candidate, had one of the best months of his basketball life back in February. He scored below 30 points only twice in that stretch, and below 20 points just once. In his second last game of that month […]
David Ramil — There’s nothing innately wrong with clichés, so long as they’re used sparingly. They sum up a prevalent opinion and, as imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, they get used often enough to become part of the vernacular. So here’s one that can be applied to LeBron James’ 49-point performance over the Brooklyn Nets on Monday night: […]
David Ramil – It might be more a sign of my own personal failings but I don’t feel as comfortable as most other fans do in predicting that the Miami Heat will win a third consecutive championship. The act of writing this breaks down the fourth wall, the line between journalist and reader, even as blurred as it has become […]
Kyle Neubeck – The city that never sleeps is the self-appointed hub for all things hoops. As the story goes, basketball runs through the veins of New York, from the public league aficionados to the depraved souls who held onto their season tickets through the Isiah Thomas era. Coming up as a player in New York […]
For 28-seconds, Pittsburgh played outstanding defense on Marquette, hedging on every screen and roll, cutting off open lanes to the paint and allowing no easy looks from beyond the arc. Then, Dwyane Wade hit the shot of his college career: All I’ve got to say is that you know it’s an amazing move […]