This will be the first time in Carmelo Anthony’s career that he’ll be a free agent. The first time he’ll be courted since he was rocking braids in high school. The first time he’ll have NBA teams throwing out the red carpet for him. The first time he’ll have stars pitching for him to join forces with them. Plenty of teams want […]
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Rami Michail — LeBron James’ decision to terminate the final two years of his contract has teams from California to Texas to New York buzzing about stealing the four-time MVP and two-time NBA Champion from the Miami Heat. While the consensus is that he’ll stay where he’s at — in sunny South Beach — there is one team that sticks out above the others as a possible landing spot. […]
Hal Brown — “This is an amazing feeling,” Kawhi was screaming. Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobli stood only a few feet apart, creating a fascinating tableau of championship joy. Duncan could be seen lifting and hugging his two children tight to his chest. He was clearly emotional, but also impassable, difficult to read, while his children cried into his chest, […]
Andy T — I spent a lot of time this year thinking about the Eastern Conference. I don’t know why. I was basically like a villain in Scooby Doo, all “THOSE MEDDLING KIDS”. I was just a bitter. And you know, when you’re prepared to be annoyed about something everything is annoying. You’re like a sprained wrist, walking around in the world. Suddenly the Heat are on TV […]
Quentin Haynes — According to Brian Windhorst of ESPN.com, the Miami Heat and Toronto Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry have mutual interests. Lowry, 27, spent the last two seasons with the Raptors, and previously played for the Houston Rockets and Memphis Grizzlies. As of July 1st, Lowry will become an […]
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 […]
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 […]