The NBA is the only league where it is possible to crown the King before any games have been played. Immediately after winning their first championship with the big three last year, the proclamations of talking heads across the basketball world was that the Miami Heat would repeat. Who was going to stand in their way? In LeBron James’ way? Certainly not the San Antonio Spurs. Continue reading “LeBron James Versus the World, NBA Finals Disjointed Battleground”
After tonight, the 2013 NBA Champion will forever be engrained in history as either the San Antonio Spurs or the Miami Heat. The collective memory will remember the heroes on the side of the victor and the feats of the losing team will fade. In the Hall of Fame someday, this series will be seen as either Tim Duncan’s (presumed) final triumph or a key stepping stone in LeBron James’ quest to end up on the list of all-time stars. This Game 7 holds so much weight for both teams. Continue reading “Miami Heat-San Antonio Spurs, the Reality of NBA Finals Game 7”
With the Lebron James Miami Heat’s come from behind victory over the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA Finals game six (referee endorsed), much has been made about the fans who tried to re-enter the building when the comeback was in progress. While NBA Commissioner David Stern had a bodyguard (Shaquille O’Neal) keeping Tony Parker and Tim Duncan on the bench, fans were clamoring to see the Heat’s comeback. However, there was a more important reason fans were jumping over each other like it was a 1970’s concert to enter the arena.
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