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LeBron James is a Champion

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It's about damn time. That's what LeBron James said after winning the 2012 NBA Championship as the Miami Heat defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 5. For LeBron, who has taken a lot of criticism over the years for not being able to carry his team to the top, the wait must have felt like an eternity.

Heat Survive Game 3, Up 2-1

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LeBron James is halfway to his first championship ring. In a game that featured a ton of missed perimeter shots, the Miami Heat defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder by a final score of 91-85. LeBron led the way with 29 points and 14 rebounds for the Heat, who now lead the series 2-1.

Kevin Durant had a solid game for the Thunder.

Chris Bosh for Dwight Howard Next Season?

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Published early April 2012.

If the Miami Heat don't win the title this year, blame Chris Bosh. He is the weakest link of the trio of stars playing full-time in South Beach.

Chris Bosh Injury Update – Ab Strain

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The Miami Heat are the favorites to win the NBA championship. However, their chances took a hit when Chris Bosh got injured in Game 1 of the Heat's series against the Indiana Pacers. Although the Heat were able to win the game, they have lost Bosh to an abdominal strain.

While the team hasn't given a specific timetable yet, they are saying that Bosh is out indefinitely.

Steve Nash to the Heat?

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Steve Nash rarely talks about leaving the Phoenix Suns. Unlike many NBA superstars, he hasn't demanding a trade even though his team is currently out of the playoff pictures. However, when talking on the Dan Patrick Show recently, Steve Nash actually discussed the possibility of joining the Miami Heat.

This Time, Heat Smash Mavs

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This was how things were supposed to go last June. On Thursday night, the Miami Heat dismantled the Dallas Mavericks by a final score of 106-85. But last June, the Mavs defeated the Heat to capture the franchise's first NBA championship.

LeBron James led the way for the Heat with 19 points, nine rebounds and five assists despite playing with an injured finger.

Heat Cooling Off, Lose Third Straight

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Early this season, the Miami Heat looked unbeatable. After Friday's 117-104 loss to the Denver Nuggets, the Heat have lost there straight games. While it's not time to panic in Miami, it's now obvious that this regular season won't be a walk in the park for the Heat.

Ty Lawson, like he's been doing for most of the season, led the way for the Nuggets.

Miami Heat Exhibition Game at FIU

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This time of year, we're used to watching NBA preseason action. However, with the NBA lockout putting things on hold, we'll have to settle for exhibition games of another sort. But there's an interesting one being put together that will take place on the campus of Florida International University on October 8th.

Chris Bosh’s Wedding

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Bosh Sued by His Baby Mama

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Heat Regain Series Lead

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Chris Bosh hit the go-ahead jumper with just under 40 seconds left and the Miami Heat went on to take Game 3 of the NBA Finals with an 88-86 victory on Sunday. The Heat now have a 2-1 lead over the Dallas Mavericks.

Dirk Nowitzki scored the final 12 points of the contest for the Mavs, but his shot at the buzzer didn't go in and Miami came away with the victory.

Chris Bosh Carries Heat in Game 3 Win

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Chris Bosh has gotten his share of heat this season and not in a good way. The power forward has been in the shadow of Dwyane Wade and LeBron in Miami. However, in Game 3 of the 2011 Eastern Conference Finals against the Chicago Bulls, Bosh carried the Heat to a 96-85 victory. The Heat now lead the series 2-1.

How the Heat can Beat the Bulls

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After the Chicago Bulls drubbed the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the 2011 Eastern Conference Finals, fans have jumped off the Heat bandwagon in a major fashion. Just a couple days ago, their bandwagon was full. Now it's difficult to find a fan who still believes that the Heat can beat the Bulls.

But it's still very much possible.

Best NBA Teams - First Round Edition

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It's the first round of the 2011 NBA Playoffs. However, even though the playoffs are just beginning, there are some teams that appear to be the cream of the crop. While things my change between now and the NBA Finals, these teams appear to be the top five teams to beat going forward in the postseason:

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LeBron Takes His Talents to Anfield; Acquires Minority Share of Liverpool

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LeBron's New Team.So LeBron James is a minority owner of Liverpool FC this morning. Well yippe-kai-yay. Hey LeBron, can you find Liverpool on a map? (Hint: It's in England--over there, no higher. North. No, that's south).

The nuts and bolts of the deal are that Fenway Sports Group, i.e., the Boston Red Sox, and LeBron's marketing firm LRMR negotiated a deal where Fenway will rep LeBron.

The Miami Heat are Crybabies

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Losing four games in a row is bad. Getting outed as a group of crybabies is even worse. That's where the Miami Heat stand after they lost to the Chicago Bulls on Sunday afternoon. Following their 87-86 loss Miami's fourth consecutive defeat that featured another fourth quarter meltdown, Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra admitted his team is a team of crybabies.

Wests Shines in NBA All-Star Game

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The West lead early in the 2011 NBA All-Star Game. Despite a late run by the East, the West was able to take home a 148-143 victory. The West was led by Kobe Bryant's game-high 37 points and game-high 14 rebounds. For his efforts, Kobe Bryant was the MVP of this year's affair.

Kobe Bryant got help from young stud Kevin Durant, who poured in 34 points on 23 shot attempts.

LeBron James Burns Magic for 51 Points

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LeBron James hasn't had to score as much this season as he did when he was carrying the Cleveland Cavaliers. On Thursday night, however, LeBron's scoring keyed the Miami Heat's 104-100 victory over the Orlando Magic. LeBron finished with 51 points on 17-for-25 shooting from the field and 14-for-17 shooting from the free throw line.

Big 3 Lift Heat Past Thunder

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The Miami Heat, although they still are far from the peak playing ability, can win on pure talent alone. Riding the backs of their Big 3 Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh the Heat were able to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder of Sunday afternoon by a final score of 108-103.

Wade led the way with 32 points and nine rebounds.

LeBron James Powers Depleted Heat

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When he was on the Cleveland Cavaliers, LeBron James was accustomed to carrying the load. With Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh out injured, LeBron once again felt what it is like to carry a whole team on his shoulders. As it turned out, LeBron was up for the task as the Miami Heat defeated the Detroit Pistons by a final score of 88-87.

Heat Struggling Again, Fall to Knicks

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The Miami Heat started the season off slowly before catching fire. However, things aren't going swimmingly in South Beach at the moment. After losing 93-88 against the New York Knicks on Thursday night, the Heat have now lost five of their last six games. Miami played its latest game without power forward Chris Bosh, who is still sidelined with an ankle injury.

Blake Griffin Cools Off Heat

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Blake Griffin is the real deal. The superstar rookie for the Los Angeles Clippers is slowly but surely turning his team into a squad no one wants to play. On Wednesday, the Clippers hosted the Miami Heat winners of 13 straight road games. With Blake Griffin leading the way with 24 points, 14 rebounds and six assists, the Clippers beat the Heat by a final score of 111-105.

Heat Rolling, Win Ninth Straight Game

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Not long ago, the Miami Heat appeared headed to an implosion. Now? The Heat are the hottest team in the NBA. By topping the New Orleans Hornets by a final score of 96-84 on Monday, the Heat have now won nine straight games with all nine wins coming by at least ten points. At 18-8, the Heat have the second best record in the Eastern Conference.

Hot Heat Win Fifth Straight

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The Miami Heat are suddenly no longer struggling. After winning their fifth straight game, the Heat are now 14-8. Their latest victim was the Milwaukee Bucks. Playing in Milwaukee, the Heat used suffocating defense to post a 88-78 victory. Miami is now just 1.5 games behind the Orlando Magic in the Southeast Division.

LeBron Drops 38 on the Cavs

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The Cleveland crowd chanted, "Akron hates you!" (among other things), booed all night, and held signs that read, "Quitness." But by the end of the game, LeBron James had dropped a season-high 38 points on the Cavaliers and the Miami Heat came away with a dominating 118-90 victory.

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Dwyane Wade added 22 points for Miami, while James Jones scored 18 and Chris Bosh had 15 for the Heat.

Heat Brush Off Trouble, Topple Wizards

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For one night, at least, the Miami Heat were able to ignore the issues surrounding the team and come together on the basketball court. Playing the Washington Wizards without John Wall, the Heat were able to win by a final score of 105-94. LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh all played well for the Heat in the victory.

Heat Melt Magic with Suffocating D

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Uh oh, watch out NBA. With Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh, the Miami Heat will be a very good offensive team. If they continue to play defense like they did on Friday against the Orlando Magic, they may very well be impossible to beat. Holding the Magic to 30.4% shooting from the floor, the Heat destroyed the Magic by a final score of 96-70.

Chris Bosh Wants to be Famous

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Why did Chris Bosh turn his back on Toronto and sign with the Miami Heat? The All-Star power forward recently answered that question. Hint: It wasn't about winning. It wasn't even about warm weather. Why did Chris Bosh take his talents to South Beach?

Said Bosh to the Toronto Sun: "I mean, really it's all about being on TV at the end of the day.

Heat Dynasty? Not So Fast

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When the Miami Heat signed LeBron James and Chris Bosh this summer, many league pundits handed the Heat the 2011 NBA championship trophy. However, a funny thing happened on the way to the podium. On NBA opening night, the Boston Celtics the reigning Eastern Conference champions proved that the Heat are still a work in progress.

The Ten Toughest Coaching Jobs In Professional Sports

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You can choose your own order, but here are the ten toughest franchises to coach at currently in all of professional and college sports (three soccer teams included):

10) Oakland Raiders

Al Davis is notoriously known as the toughest NFL boss for coaches to deal with. The Hall of Famer has gone through countless numbers of coaches since John Madden retired from the profession in the late 70's early 80's.

When Stars Occasionally Stay

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The last six months of the rumors of Cesc Fabregas departing Arsenal for Barcelona is troubling because it appears as if all the stars want to play together these days rather than against one another. Â Fabregas wants to go to Barca because he grew up in the city, idolized the team as a youngster, and wants to be paired up with all of his old friends from La Furia Roja.

LeBron James Injury Update - Pulled Hamstring?

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Early speculation has LeBron James suffering a pulled hamstring in the Miami Heat's preseason game against CSKA Moscow on Tuesday. With just under four minutes remaining in the third quarter, LeBron James limped off the court holding onto his right hamstring. Following LeBron James to the locker room was Dwyane Wade, who ironically is also suffering from a pulled hamstring on his right leg.

NBA General Managers Like Kobe and the Lakers

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NBA general managers aren't yet buying the Miami Heat hype. In the annual NBA general manager survey, the general managers picked the Los Angeles Lakers to win the championship by a surprisingly large margin. The Lakers got 63% of the vote, while the Heat only got 33% of the vote.

Who is going to win the Western Conference?

LeBron James and Heat Win Preseason Opener

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LeBron James had a victorious first game as a member of the Miami Heat. Playing in front of his new home fans, LeBron powered the Heat to a 105-89 win over the Detroit Pistons. LeBron had 18 points, four assists, three rebounds and two blocked shots in 27 minutes of action.

Unfortunately, the news wasn't all good for the Heat.

Dwyane Wade Injury Update - Fantasy Impact

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Many pundits think that the only thing that can keep the Miami Heat from winning the 2011 NBA championship is the injury bug. In the first quarter of their first preseason game, the Heat were introduced to the injury bug when Dwyane Wade was forced to leave the game with a hamstring injury. To play it safe, the Heat are likely to hold Wade out of action for at least two weeks.

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The Case for Tony Parker as NBA MVP

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The Chicago Bulls had an outstanding season and may end up with the best regular season record, but they don't have any clear leader to their season. Incredibly, their season was defined by role players and not by Derrick Rose, who missed many games due to injury.

2011 NBA All-Star Game Reserves Announced

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The reserves were named for the 2011 NBA All-Star Game. The starters for both the Eastern Conference and the Western Conference were named last Thursday. There is one spot still open in the Western Conference, however. Since Yao Ming is injured yet was still voted in as a starter, NBA commissioner David Stern will have to name a replacement player for the West.

NBA All-Star Rosters - Early Look

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The 2010-11 NBA All-Star Game takes place in February. Let's take an early look at the Eastern Conference All-Star roster and the Western Conference All-Star roster. Who should make the big game? Here is the official EveryJoe projection of the NBA All-Star rosters:

Western Conference All-Star Roster

STARTERS
C Pau Gasol, Los Angeles Lakers
F Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder
F Carmelo Anthony, Denver Nuggets
G Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers
G Chris Paul, Los Angeles Lakers

RESERVES
Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs
Manu Ginobili, San Antonio Spurs
Tony Parker, San Antonio Spurs
Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas Mavericks
Blake Griffin, Los Angeles Clippers
Deron Williams, Utah Jazz
Steve Nash, Phoenix Suns

Eastern Conference All-Star Roster

STARTERS
C Dwight Howard, Orlando Magic
F Amare Stoudemire, New York Knicks
F LeBron James, Miami Heat
G Dwyane Wade, Miam Heat
G Derrick Rose, Chicago Bulls

RESERVES
Kevin Garnett, Boston Celtics
Paul Pierce, Boston Celtics
Rajon Rondo, Boston Celtics
Ray Allen, Boston Celtics
Chris Bosh, Miami Heat
Al Horford, Atlanta Hawks
Raymond Felton, New York Knicks

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