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Bulls: Can they Challenge the Heat?

Bulls: Can they Challenge the Heat?

Joe Witherow August 8, 2013 Comments Off on Bulls: Can they Challenge the Heat?

      Miami is going to go into the 2013-14 season as the heavy favorite for the NBA title. The question is going to be whether anyone can challenge them along the way.

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NBA Finals Preview: San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat; LeBron and Tim meet again…

NBA Finals Preview: San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat; LeBron and Tim meet again…

Eron Ramadanov June 5, 2013 Comments Off on NBA Finals Preview: San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat; LeBron and Tim meet again…

Game One of the 2013 NBA Finals kicks off in South Beach, where the Miami Heat will attempt to defend their NBA title against the savvy, and veteran ball club in the San Antonio

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You Win or You Die: NBA’s Final Eight Are Knee Deep In Blackwater

You Win or You Die: NBA’s Final Eight Are Knee Deep In Blackwater

Chris Gabel May 15, 2013 Comments Off on You Win or You Die: NBA’s Final Eight Are Knee Deep In Blackwater

                 Because the world can never get enough Game of Thrones-to-sports analogies, and because we can’t really think of anything else to write about other than the growing similarities between the (read: our) assumed fate

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Derrick Rose’s Bad Fortune & The Bulls Unforeseen Playoff Run

Derrick Rose’s Bad Fortune & The Bulls Unforeseen Playoff Run

Chris Gabel May 8, 2013 Comments Off on Derrick Rose’s Bad Fortune & The Bulls Unforeseen Playoff Run

                       Usually when we discuss upsets in the NBA the talent gap between the favorite and the underdog is vastly overstated. This is sort of self-fulfilling, we all want to see upsets of

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Thirteen Days of Playoffs: Are We Not Entertained?

Thirteen Days of Playoffs: Are We Not Entertained?

Chris Gabel May 3, 2013 Comments Off on Thirteen Days of Playoffs: Are We Not Entertained?

We’re on the brink of a four game-six night and, well, remember when everyone thought these playoffs lacked redeemable value and were all going to end in four or five games? That sentiment isn’t

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Injury Woes and Playoff Foes.

Injury Woes and Playoff Foes.

Nicholas Medina April 2, 2013 Comments Off on Injury Woes and Playoff Foes.

Losing at home to the Miami Heat on Sunday was a shot to the Spurs’ ego. Another last second lay-up by the Grizzlies’ Mike Conley the next night was yet another jab. That’s four

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5 MLB Teams Most Likely To Underachieve This Year

5 MLB Teams Most Likely To Underachieve This Year

Don Phan March 4, 2013 Comments Off on 5 MLB Teams Most Likely To Underachieve This Year

Pitchers and catchers have reported for most major league teams. With that in mind, it is time to start thinking about which teams may not meet expectations this season. Although all five of these

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Is Byron Scott the Right Coach for the Cavaliers?

Is Byron Scott the Right Coach for the Cavaliers?

Dave Mitchell February 5, 2013 Comments Off on Is Byron Scott the Right Coach for the Cavaliers?

In the NBA it can take years to become not only relevant, but a top five team competing for a championship. Unless you have deep pockets like the Miami Heat to purchase a title,

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Could Gilbert and the Fans Accept a James Return?

Could Gilbert and the Fans Accept a James Return?

Dave Mitchell January 15, 2013 Comments Off on Could Gilbert and the Fans Accept a James Return?

A hard to believe scenario of epic proportions is being circulated around the NBA. It’s so hard to believe and radically insane it might just be true. After all, only in the NBA can

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The Heat Model vs. the OKC Model

The Heat Model vs. the OKC Model

Lekan Afolabi June 27, 2012 Comments Off on The Heat Model vs. the OKC Model

With the NBA draft less than twenty-four hours away,  I wanted to open up a dialogue on something closely related to the draft. The issue regarding what some NBA pundits feel will be the

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LeBron’s Game 6 Performance In Perspective

LeBron’s Game 6 Performance In Perspective

Ben Wright June 9, 2012 Comments Off on LeBron’s Game 6 Performance In Perspective

On Thursday night, LeBron James performed magnificently. He had 45 points (30 by halftime, and ended up 19-26 from the field), 15 boards, and 5 assists. The last player to do this in a

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NBA Conference Finals Predictions

NBA Conference Finals Predictions

Brian Waters May 27, 2012 Comments Off on NBA Conference Finals Predictions

San Antonio Spurs vs Oklahoma City Thunder  Spurs in 7 This is a classic battle of the number one seed versus the number two. The Spurs who are viewed as the old team have

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Pacers-Heat Game Two: Knee-Jerk Reactions

Pacers-Heat Game Two: Knee-Jerk Reactions

Chris Gabel May 16, 2012 Comments Off on Pacers-Heat Game Two: Knee-Jerk Reactions

So from the start of the season I’ve been championing the Pacers as “Not Quite Contenders But the Best Non-Contending Team In The NBA”, and for the regular season it was exhilarating to be

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Turner gives motivation for Bulls sweep

Turner gives motivation for Bulls sweep

Joe Witherow April 27, 2012 Comments Off on Turner gives motivation for Bulls sweep

                      The worst thing that you can do as a NBA player is give the opposing team something to put up on their bulletin board as an inspiration.  When Evan Turner spoke

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Indecision 2012: Picking The Playoffs

Indecision 2012: Picking The Playoffs

Chris Gabel April 27, 2012 Comments Off on Indecision 2012: Picking The Playoffs

Welcome to the second half of our playoff preview. In between the interim I hope Browns fans have gotten over the euphoria of knowing their restarting at quarterback with a rookie who will be

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Indiana Pacers vs. Miami Heat – Game Recap (OT)

Indiana Pacers vs. Miami Heat – Game Recap (OT)

Ultimate Sports Talk March 11, 2012 Comments Off on Indiana Pacers vs. Miami Heat – Game Recap (OT)

Coverage Recap Brought to you by YouTube Channel FunkyAxel11 Guard Dwyane Wade hit a 19-foot jumper with one-tenths of a second remaining to give the Miami Heat a 93-91 overtime victory against the Indiana

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HOW WILL LINSANITY STAND UP AGAINST THE HEAT?

HOW WILL LINSANITY STAND UP AGAINST THE HEAT?

John McCormick February 23, 2012 Comments Off on HOW WILL LINSANITY STAND UP AGAINST THE HEAT?

    New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin may be in for the toughest test of his young career tonight when the Miami Heat hosts the New York Knicks. Ever since “linsanity” has

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NBA Lockout Update

NBA Lockout Update

Robert Savala, Jr. October 26, 2011 Comments Off on NBA Lockout Update

The lock out continues with no end in sight. It’s been reported that the two sides were closer then they have been, until an anonymous source claims that Kevin Garnet disrupted the meetings. Kevin

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Former Sun Finally Gets His Bling

Former Sun Finally Gets His Bling

Ben Wright June 15, 2011 Comments Off on Former Sun Finally Gets His Bling

Shawn Marion’s exit from Phoenix in 2007 was an ugly one. (Nearly as ugly as his jump shot, or should we call it a jump-push?). He wanted more recognition. Playing with Steve Nash and

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