Oklahoma City Thunder
The New York Giants will wear S.H.E.S. on the back of their helmets on Sunday in memory of those lost in the Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy.
Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder looked spectacular most of the night even when the ball didn’t go in. The blowout didn’t last, but their winning streak did.
The Lakers handed Mike Brown the pink slip after 5 games and will undoubtedly turn to Phil Jackson as their first choice replacement.
I have the Lakers over the Heat in six games in the NBA Finals. This is my nightmare scenario, but I think the Lakers have a better roster top to bottom. I can’t imagine the Heat will be able to find an answer for Howard down low.
For better or for worse, the Knicks’ window to win is now and it’s up to Carmelo Anthony to lead them.
UConn coach Jim Calhoun has undergone successful surgery to repair a left hip fracture from a bicycle accident.
CBS Sports Network analyst and former first-round pick Wally Szczerbiak joined CBS Local Sports to give perspective as to what the prospects are going through on the biggest night of their basketball lives.
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.
Not only is LeBron James the best player on Earth, he has a Secretariat-like lead on the second-best player.
The decision is final: LeBron James made the right call coming to Miami. Finally an NBA champion, it’s all worth it now.
As much as the Heat have outplayed the Thunder in this series, the margin has been extremely small. A few plays here and there and the Thunder could easily be the team up 3-1. If Oklahoma City can do a few things differently, they can still win this series.
Craig shared an entertaining ode to Roger Clemens and his Yankee tenure, which was brought to his attention by our good friends over @ BobsBlitz.com.
Going into this series, I was sure the Oklahoma City Thunder would beat the Miami Heat rather handily in the NBA Finals. The Thunder had more depth and played better team ball than the Heat ever could. I was wrong on all counts.
The Heat defeated the Thunder by the score of 104-98 last night in South Beach to take what seems to be an insurmountable 3-1 lead in the best of seven NBA Finals.
LeBron James returned from a left leg injury to make the tiebreaking 3-pointer with 2:54 remaining and the Miami Heat held off Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder for a 104-98 victory on Tuesday night and a 3-1 lead in the NBA Finals.