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
As pumped about Game 1 as I was, I was more excited for Game 2. I was happy that the Oklahoma City Thunder won Game 1 and had a chance to take a commanding 2-0 lead down to Miami for Game 3. Well, my excitement last all of three minutes. Before I knew it, Oklahoma City was down 16-2, then 18-2, then 25-8! At the end of the first quarter, the Thunder was down 27-15. … [Read more...] about The Selfishness of Miami’s Chris Bosh
This season reminds me of the fireworks on the 4th of July. It starts off slow, with some big explosions here and there. Gradually it speeds up, a few more big explosions. About two-thirds of the way through, you start to big explosions, until the final salvo where they hit with 50, 75, or 100 fireworks going off in a span of one minute. This is the NBA's final salvo. And boy, … [Read more...] about NBA Finals: Heat v. Thunder Preview
Well, here is the Miami Heat for the second year in a row: the Eastern Conference Finals. All of us know how last year ended for the Heat: a 4-2 NBA Finals loss to Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks. Last year, the Heat beat the Boston Celtics in the second round of the NBA playoffs, 4-1. But it's a new year and, probably, the last time the Boston's "Big Three + Rondo" will … [Read more...] about Boston Celtics vs. Miami Heat: everything you need to know
NBA prospect Bradley Beal is earning some high praise, and he hasn't even done anything to deserve it, yet. Beal is considered, by most NBA scouts and draft analysts, to be a top five pick in this year's NBA draft. The highly rated shooting guard from the University of Florida has drawn comparisons to current NBA players, most notably: Eric Gordon and Ray Allen. … [Read more...] about Bradley Beal: The Next Ray Allen?