In the battle of the San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat, the teams may be close in talent but American people have already overwhelmingly decided who they’re rooting for and it’s not the squad led by LeBron James. According to a poll conducted by ESPN, the percentage of Spurs supporters more than doubles the
The dark days of summer have begun as sports fans are left with only MLB to satisfy a sports addiction which was fed a great deal over the past 3 months. In an effort to hold on to a little bit of that goodness, check out the CBC’s NHL playoffs wrap-up montage which was just perfect.
The internet is merciless, to be sure, but who better to be the target of everyone on Earth’s jokes and ire than LeBron James? His absolutely stunning temper tantrum after the well-called charging foul in game six against the Pacers is priceless. You’re (I’m told) the greatest (still playing) basketball player on the planet (not
Gatorade’s new #WinFromWithin campaign is brilliant. Their new commercial, which debuted during TNT’s coverage of All-Star Saturday Night, is golden. The spot features commentary from Phil Jackson and footage of MJ’s legendary performance in game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals while fighting the flu. Best commercial of 2012 so far. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-sgw-uchks[/youtube]
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And we love this photo:
This pretty much sums up the pecking order of the Big Three down in Miami. via The No Look Pass
The official basketball of the NBA looks back on a special moment he shared with Michael Jordan after MJ came back to win his fourth championship in 1996 on Father’s Day. H/T @Jose3030
In game two of the Lakers/Mavs series, Ron Artest closed the last minute of the game by close-lining JJ Barea in the head. Zoinks!