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"That's what you guys hear," Neal said with a chuckle, implying the give-and-take isn't always so sunny.
6 hrs ago | South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Here we are, Game 6. James, Wade and Bosh are ready for battle. History is on the line.
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New airborne laser scanning data has uncovered a network of roadways and canals, illustrating an entire bustling ancient city linking Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temples complex.
He needs to backpack the Miami Heat to consecutive victories in Games 6 and 7 of the NBA Finals to secure not just back-to-back titles but also achieve something never accomplished by Michael Jordan, Larry Bird and many other NBA luminaries: rebound from a 3-2 Finals deficit to win it all.
In the unlikeliest development of the NBA Finals, Boris Diaw shut down LeBron James in San Antonio's huge Game 5 win last night.
Since the NBA introduced the three-point shot in 1979-1980, no starting small forward with any kind of three-point element to his game has ever shot a higher percentage than But that deft touch has deserted James during four of the five games in these NBA Finals.
Not so much that the San Antonio Spurs ' point man is shocked Green has played so well.
Q: Mike Miller being in the starting lineup is not working at all. You can't have a guy on floor with poor defense who won't shoot, right? -- Mike.
A group of 51 beauty queens from every U.S. state and the District of Columbia are preparing to smile and strut their way toward the 62th Miss USA title.
Win or lose, Sunday marked the final home game of this season for the Spurs. The series shifts back to Miami for Game 6 on Tuesday night, and the winner will be decided on South Beach.
The Los Angeles Clippers have been a hot news topic recently, as their search for a head coach has led to negotiations with the Boston Celtics for Doc Rivers.
There isn't much Howard, 40, hasn't seen in his 19 years in the NBA. But what he's seeing on the South Side saddens him.
Here's the cold, hard, mathematical difference between LeBron James in 2011 and the confident, swaggering, self-assured version that leads the Heat into Game 5 of the 2013 NBA Finals: 25 points.
From time to time, Dwyane Wade will still extend his arms toward a referee in exasperation after not getting a foul call that he thought he earned.
Maybe if you never saw the other side of him. Maybe Chris Bosh wouldn't be so roundly questioned if he wasn't smart enough to know exactly what happens when he plays an aggressive game.
Before the era of the Three Kings has a chance to end, the Miami Heat have begun talks to rework their deal for public subsidies at the AmericanAirlines Arena in exchange for a longer lease and a significant upgrade of the 13-year-old facility.