You know that stereotype of how Miami Heat fans are bandwagoners who think the team was founded the minute LeBron James donned a Heat uniform? Those guys who show up to games late and leave early if the team’s losing? The ones who fondly talk about the 2006 Championship as if it happened before their
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.
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
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
Ray Allen pump-faked the hell out of Danny Green in the corner during last night’s Game 4 in Miami, creating this pretty spectacular GIF in the process. Just look how cool and collected Ray is as Green soars by, then he pulls up with his silky smooth jumper for trey. Just gorgeous all around. Green
[content_block id=134239] Even after we’ve had nearly 48 hours to digest game three of the NBA Finals, the Spurs’ success still seems hard to fathom. With game four looming — it starts at 9 p.m. E.T. tonight — it’s time to take a look back at game three and all of the unfathomable stats that were presented
I have no clue why DeSean Jackson decided to lay in on LeBron James today via his Instagram page, but it is fairly funny. DeSean took aim at the fact that the Miami Heat have a stacked deck with their talent, and Jordan didn’t have that luxury when he was winning rings. All in all,
The San Antonio Spurs ran away with Game 3 of the NBA Finals Tuesday night, eventually dispatching the Miami Heat 111-92 after the home team had managed to draw within seven points midway through the second half. The fact Miami even made it that close was impressive, after the Spurs had built a 21-point first
Watching postgame press conferences during the 2014 NBA Finals has been a rather cringe-worthy experience. First of all, for both head coaches — Gregg Popovich and Erik Spoelstra — this ain’t their first rodeo. Second, the Big Three for Miami and San Antonio — the players most likely to field questions from reporters after each
Drake, part-time rapper, part-time sports team bandwagoner and part-time Sprite robot, was denied access to the Miami Heat locker room during last year’s NBA Finals. The look of disbelief on Drake’s face really makes the video. Taking pity on Drake, an ESPN Radio Station has stepped up to the plate to try and get the
If game one of the NBA Finals was about the broken air conditioning and LeBron James’ cramps, then game two was only about one thing: LeBron James and his dominant performance. After the Internet had its fun with #lebroning, after Danny Green poked fun at James over Instagram, and after LeBron got some quality alone time
In between Game 1 and Game 2 of the NBA Finals, LeBron James was taking a beating in the press. Cramp-gate and #LeBroning would take a toll on anyone’s mind and LeBron may have needed an escape. So, what does the best player in the world do to clear his head? Go to the movies.