Oklahoma City Thunder
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.
There are real things Knicks fans should worry about. So don’t panic over something that a petulant Jackson said to HBO.
Before Jerry Recco could even get started, Craig interrupted the esteemed update anchor to share some R.A. Dickey themed tweets he received from a few loyal listeners.
It has been the Heat’s ability to slow down the Thunder offense that has been the difference so far in the series.
The Heat have been here before, two wins from an NBA title. The difference now? LeBron James isn’t letting his head get in the way of his talent.
Jerry Recco was all over it this morning, updating the different directions which the Yankees and the Mets are currently heading in.
Boomer & Craig enjoyed a little 3-day weekend, so when they took their seats in the Allstate Studio just after 6 a.m., the Dynamic Radio Duo had plenty to talk about.
With two games of the NBA Finals in the books, here are some of my thoughts on the current state of the series and beyond as this star-studded quest for the title continues on Sunday evening.
LeBron James asked for help, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh provided it. The Miami Heat finally rediscovered the formula to winning in the NBA Finals — barely.
The old cliché reads, “Defense wins championships.” But this season, it may very well be the Thunder’s high-octane offense that gets them a title.
The Heat are focused around stars, but right now two of them (Bosh and Wade) for a variety of reasons, aren’t playing like ones. Unless things change, the Thunder will be celebrating a title a lot sooner than people think.