The Miami Heat are trying to keep their composure after LeBron James’s decision to take his talents back to Cleveland. Thankfully, Pat Riley has managed to avoid a total destruction of his team, following LeBron’s departure. Chris Bosh was re-signed to a long term contract, Dwyane Wade will also be back and the Heat managed to land one of the top free agents available in the … [Read more...] about Where do the Miami Heat go from here?
Miami Heat forwards Chris Bosh and Udonis Haslem joined guard Dwyane Wade in opting out of their contracts, leaving Norris Cole as the only player the team has under contract heading into the 2014 free agency period. Cole is scheduled to make $2,038,206 this season, and Shabazz Napier - who the Heat acquired in a draft-night trade from the Charlotte Hornets - will carry … [Read more...] about Miami Heat completely clear their roster, is Pat Riley worried?
As the 2014 NBA draft approaches, teams are lining up to move up in the draft and/or add additional first-round picks, as this year's crop of players looks to possibly be the strongest ever. This year's NBA draft has drawn many comparisons to the last NBA "superdraft," which took place in the summer of 2003. Even the most casual NBA fan is familiar with the 2003 NBA draft … [Read more...] about Can the 2014 NBA draft be better than the 2003 NBA draft?
This year's NBA Finals is a rematch of last year's epic seven game series that saw the Miami Heat win their second consecutive championship. It is the first Finals rematch since the 1998 series between the Chicago Bulls and the Utah Jazz. The San Antonio Spurs will be looking for revenge after they should have won last year's series in six, if not for several missed free … [Read more...] about Reasons to watch the NBA Finals, for those with Heat, Spurs fatigue
The Miami Heat have taken control over the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference Finals. In fact, LeBron James and Co. have had a much easier trip than initially expected up to now. As the series move on, it is interesting to examine the top three players’ matchups of this series. Let’s break down. … [Read more...] about Top 3 Player Matchups of the Eastern Conference Finals
With the 2013-2014 season just started, this is an ideal time to examine which the main protagonists will be. We have previously analyzed the best point guards in the NBA and now we will continue on with our list of the top shooting guards in the league. … [Read more...] about Ranking The Best Shooting Guards In The NBA
Having exceeded everyone's expectations of them except their own, having pushed the defending NBA champion Miami Heat to the precipice, the Indiana Pacers find themselves with a remarkable opportunity tonight at American Airlines Arena. One win in Miami, in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals, for a trip to the franchise's first NBA Finals since 2000. It's funny; the … [Read more...] about Indiana Pacers push Miami Heat to brink in Game 7
Lance Stephenson went by the nickname "Born Ready" as one of the nation's top high-school basketball players and one of the most decorated New York prep products. Often times, during his one year at Cincinnati and his first two seasons with the Indiana Pacers, Stephenson made folks wonder if the "Born Ready" tag was purely hype and little substance amid instances of … [Read more...] about Indiana Pacers’ Lance Stephenson must be “Born Ready”