Karl is the NBA’s Coach of the Year after leading the Denver Nuggets to a team-record 57 wins this season.
This is a new one, basketball fans. And it could change the game forever. The NBA will penalize flopping this season, fining players for repeated violations of an act that a league vice president said has “no place in our game.”
Like everyone red blooded American, I would have loved to see the Heat lose in the Finals to the Oklahoma City Thunder. With that being said, part of me is happy because this asinine LeBron James narrative can finally be put away.
It has been the Heat’s ability to slow down the Thunder offense that has been the difference so far in the series.
With the NBA Finals set to begin on Tuesday night, here is a closer look at the matchups that will be critical in determining the eventual champion.
As NBA teams become more familiar with each other over a course of a series, adjustments must be made. The Heat have not done that.
Team basketball: it’s a lesson the old Knicks knew well. It’s a lesson you hope Mike Woodson and his charges are taking note of and will put into play next year.
The Knicks were dealt a blow on the scoreboard and to their roster as Iman Shumpert was carried off the court. The Knicks were defeated by the Heat 100-67 in Game 1.
Lin collided with LeBron James shortly after tip-off, stumbling backward. With that, the tone was set.
The hottest team versus the hottest story. Linsanity is on its way to Miami.
While we should focus on how good Dallas was (as opposed to how bad LeBron James was), it’s hard to listen to LeBron talk and not root against the guy.
What can you say about the Miami Heat? As they go through a string of playing 11 games in a row against teams with a .500 or (much) better record, they’ve fallen on their faces. They’re in deep trouble. How come?
For the past few years I’ve argued that LeBron James is the best player on the planet, and that his infinite skill set makes him invaluable. I was wrong.
Dwyane Wade plans to wear tinted glasses for the start of the Miami’s game against the Knicks to protect his eyes from the bright lights as he recovers from a migraine headache.
Watching from afar, Chris Bosh plans to get dressed up in a suit, make some popcorn and turn the volume high on his television when the Heat visit the Knicks on Thursday night.