Tuesday, 23 October 2012 18:27
At this point, we get it. Ray Allen is really, really glad that he's not playing for the Celtics anymore. He may not make as much money playing for the Miami Heat as he could have if he'd stayed in Boston. But, with Miami, he doesn't have to worry about playing with Rajon Rondo for 82-plus games. And, he also won't be used as a decoy on the offensive end of the court, which is something that he wasn't real happy about last year." [Read More]
Thursday, 12 July 2012 12:18
When he decided to pack up his stuff and move to the greener (and sunnier) pastures of South Beach, Ray Allen needed to just treat today's Miami Heat introduction as a formality and keep it moving. Instead, Allen was asked about the Boston Celtics lack of urgency in their pursuit of him this off-season and the guard bit. [Read More]
Monday, 02 July 2012 19:50
In 2010, LeBron James announced that he was leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers for the Miami Heat. Immediately following the announcement, Dan Gilbert, the owner of the Cavaliers and billionaire buffoon, released an open letter to fans, in which he guaranteed that the Cavaliers would win a championship before LeBron. Now, LeBron responds to the letter and harsh criticism. Ring Protection is a beautiful thing. Enjoy.
Thursday, 28 June 2012 12:50
In celebration of the team’s NBA Championship win, Hublot brand ambassador and teammate Dwyane Wade offered up a special white Hublot Big Bang to his teammates and the organization’s leaders. As the official timekeeper of the Miami Heat, the all-white Hublot is engraved in the back with a special Heat championship logo embellishment. Reportedly valued at $10,000 USD per watch, Rick de La Croix the President of Hublot Latin America was also in attendance for the unique gifting. It makes you wonder if LeBron James, the Audemars Piguet brand ambassador received one? [See More]
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Friday, 22 June 2012 17:04
For a long time, LeBron James had it easy. And that's what made it so hard.The NBA hadn't really seen a player with such a mix of talent, size and a willingness to being the ultimate team player. So much of this was natural. Not just James' athleticism, either. James had a personality that made him want to be well-liked by his teammates, not just by the public. Those are the ingredients of a champion. And they were identified early and coveted by every team in the league. [See & Read More]
Friday, 15 June 2012 14:42
You know how they say that great athletes make difficult tasks "look easy"? Well, here's a perfect example of that. Driving to the hoop and slamming home a dunk in the fourth quarter of an NBA Finals game should never look this easy. And yet, Kevin Durant made it look like he was all alone in an empty gym when he drove to the hole against the Miami Heat last night and threw one down over Shane Battier.The Thunder lost 100-96. But, this was definitely a huge win for KD. Enjoy.
Sunday, 10 June 2012 14:45
One door closes, another opens. Three stars left the stage, and their three replacements, their three emulators, seized the place in the NBA Finals that Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Ray Allen wanted so desperately but could not have again. It was not so much an orderly succession of power as it was a theft of identity. An NBA Finals of LeBron James vs. Kevin Durant seemed inevitable beneath the magnificent 45 points from James that had buried the Celtics in Game 6 at Boston. [Watch & Read More]
Tuesday, 05 June 2012 07:15
As of Saturday morning, it was pretty clear which two teams were headed to the 2012 NBA Finals. Through two games in their best-of-7 series, the Spurs and Heat were dominating the Thunder and Celtics and appeared to be headed to the NBA championship. But, over the weekend, both Oklahoma City and Boston mounted comebacks and tied their respective series 2-2. For the Spurs, that means they need to get back home tonight and take care of business. But, for the Heat, it means that they need to do everything they can to get their injured All-Star Chris Bosh back into the lineup to combat Kevin Garnett, who has had a huge series for the Celts so far. [Read More]
Thursday, 24 May 2012 04:55
The NBA has come down hard on Miami Heat players Udonis Haslem and Dexter Pittman, suspending them for retaliatory flagrant fouls during Game 5 of their playoff series with the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday night. Haslem was suspended by NBA executive vice president Stu Jackson for Thursday's Game 6 and Pittman was suspended for three games. Pacers forward Tyler Hansbrough, who also committed a flagrant foul on Heat star Dwyane Wade, had his foul upgraded to a flagrant foul 2 from a flagrant 1, but he avoided suspension. [Read More]
Wednesday, 23 May 2012 12:01
Towards the final minutes of the Miami Heat’s Game 5 domination against the Indiana Pacers, Dexter Pittman went straight for the jugular of Lance Stephenson, literally. Stephenson is infamous for giving LeBron James the Reggie Miller choke sign in Game 3, so we can only assume this was payback. Whatever way you look at it, there is no excuse for this dirty of a play. "It was bad," an anonymous Pacer said of the Pittman play. "And they were celebrating afterward. The tape don't lie."