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Spurs Billboard Takes Shot At LeBron James

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The Spurs defeated the Heat in pretty convincing fashion to win the 2014 NBA Finals, and now San Antonio is throwing salt in the wound of Miami fans. After Tim Duncan elected to exercise his option to stay with the Spurs and LeBron James used his own to opt out with the Heat, ClearChannel is

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NBA.com, Fearing The Worst For Miami, Crowns A New, Sadder Big 3

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In case you missed it, LeBron James opted out of the final year of his deal with the Miami Heat today, officially making him a free agent for the second time in his career. We should remind you that opting out means just that: he opted out. He’s free to explore his options, including going

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Uh-oh, LeBron James Is Becoming A Free Agent

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LeBron James reportedly informed the Miami Heat on Tuesday morning that he would exercising the early termination option in his contract, making him a free agent this summer. LeBron James' agent Rich Paul has told Heat LeBron will exercise early termination option — Chris Broussard (@Chris_Broussard) June 24, 2014 LeBron James will opt-out of deal, source

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What’s Next For The Heat And Spurs?

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It’s sad to say, but the NBA season is officially over. Instead of trashing LeBron or drooling over the Spurs, it’s time to start looking towards next season. So, what’s next for the NBA champs and the Big 3? Let’s take a look. The Draft The Spurs possess the 30th pick in the NBA Draft.

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Jim Ross of WWE Fame Had The Best Tweet To Sum Up The NBA Finals

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In the end, the NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs were not even close. The Spurs closed out the Heat with three consecutive blowouts and the series was almost a sweep in San Antonio’s favor. Legendary WWE announcer Jim Ross (as he so often has) put it best when he

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You Can’t Blame LeBron James For The Miami Heat’s Loss

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Even though the Miami Heat hve been to the NBA Finals each of the past four years, they were, without question, the weaker of the two teams in the 2014 NBA Finals. The San Antonio Spurs were magnificent. The team was easily nine-man deep and their precise passing and sharp decision-making simply overwhelmed a team

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