1. Miami Heat Win a Road Game in an NBA-Record 16th Consecutive Playoff Series

    The Miami Heat defeated the San Antonio Spurs by a score of 98-96 in Sunday night's Game 2 of the NBA Finals, marking Miami's NBA-record 16th consecutive playoff series with at ...

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  2. Mario Chalmers 'Doesn't Remember' Elbowing Tony Parker in Chest During Game 2

    In a way, we humans are wired to have a selective memory. At its most basic, it’s a survival instinct—there’s only so much storage room up in the ol ' brain cave, after all...

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  3. 2014 NBA Finals: Chris Andersen Must Improve for the Miami Heat

    Miami Heat center Chris Andersen has been ineffective in the 2014 NBA Finals , and as the Heat’s only true low-post player, this needs to change immediately...

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  4. Heat vs. Spurs: Surprising Trends in Game 2 and Whether or Not They'll Continue

    LeBron James had yet another superhuman performance, but the Miami Heat trumped the San Antonio Spurs in Game 2 of the NBA Finals with the help of three surprising trends, two of which need to be fixed by Gregg Popovich and Co...

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  5. Unlocking the Secrets of Miami Heat's Elite Offense

    On the face of it, it isn’t a mystery why the Miami Heat offense works so well. LeBron James , Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh are on the same team. Case closed—sort of...

    Tom Sunnergren Written by Tom Sunnergren about 1 month ago 14,327 reads 95 comments

  6. NBA Finals 2014: Rashard Lewis Proved He's Key to Miami's Title Run in Game 2

    On a team flush with future Hall of Famers, the Miami Heat received a boost from a player who played under 20 minutes per game during the regular season in their Game 2 NBA Finals victory over the San Antonio Spurs last night: Rashard Lewis ...

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  7. How LeBron James Guarding Tony Parker Stops San Antonio Spurs Offense

    Game 1 and Game 2 of the NBA Finals played out largely the same: A back-and-forth affair with Miami slightly in the lead the whole way. In Game 1, cramping forced LeBron James out of the game and handed San Antonio the victory...

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  8. Inside the Special Dynamic That Makes Heat Unbeatable After Playoff Loss

    The Miami Heat took Game 2 in San Antonio to even the NBA Finals at one game apiece as the series shifts to South Beach. It was the Heat's 13th consecutive win following a playoff loss...

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  9. Chris Bosh Says He's NBA's 2nd-Biggest Target Behind LeBron James

    Just days after Miami Heat four-time MVP LeBron James told ESPN’s Michael Wilbon , “I know I’m the easiest target that we have in sports, I’m aware of ...

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  10. LeBron Went to the Movies by Himself

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  11. How Heat Used LeBron James and Chris Bosh to Bounce Back vs. Spurs

    While there were numerous factors that contributed to the Miami Heat 's 98-96 Game 2 victory to knot the NBA Finals at one game apiece, there can be no doubt that the greatest factor was the world's best player dominating on the offensive end...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 1 month ago 6,237 reads 28 comments

  12. How the Heat's Unselfish Stars Took Home Game 2 Despite Criticism

    SAN ANTONIO -- At some point, sometime, we're going to have to take a step back and really evaluate why we have such different reactions to decisions based on results.....

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  13. Dunk of the Night: Sunday, June 8

    The Miami Heat 's 98-96 Game 2 win over the San Antonio Spurs Sunday night was, above all, about the singular brilliance—and vengeful vigor—of LeBron James, who finished with a crisp 35 points and 10 rebounds...

    Jim  Cavan Written by Jim Cavan about 1 month ago 180 reads 0 comments

  14. Spoelstra: Bosh 'Arguably Our Best Player'

    The Miami Heat never said this was going to be easy. And so far, it has been anything but. The Heat defeated the San Antonio Spurs 98-96 in Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday at AT&T Center...

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  15. Chris Bosh Stays Clutch in Miami Heat's Game 2 Win over San Antonio Spurs

    The Miami Heat have a Big Three, not a Big Two. Even though LeBron James and Dwyane Wade continue to draw the vast majority of headlines and overall attention, Chris Bosh just keeps thriving down the stretch of big games...

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  16. Spoelstra: Bosh Has 'Championship DNA'

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  17. Spoelstra: Bosh 'Arguably Our Best Player'

    Erik Spoelstra on Chris Bosh : "With us, arguably our most important player and it's not just because of that shot...

    Varoon Bose Written by Varoon Bose about 1 month ago 368 reads 1 comments

  18. Chris Bosh Posterizes Danny Green with Huge 2-Handed Dunk in Game 2 of Finals

    Chris Bosh might enjoy spending time on the perimeter, raining in mid-range jumpers and triples from the corners, but he can throw down like a more typical big man every once in a while...

    Adam Fromal Written by Adam Fromal about 1 month ago 26,496 reads 51 comments

  19. Video: LeBron Gets Going Early with Huge Dunk

    LeBron James and the Miami Heat have been hearing about their star player's cramps and the temperature in the AT&T Center for a few days now...

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  20. Is Game 2 a Must-Win Game for Miami Heat After Devastating Collapse in Opener?

    If ever there was an image to make you believe that a fortune-balancing force governs the NBA , it was the crippled, cramp-induced limp of LeBron James in his Miami Heat ’s 110-95 Game 1 loss to the San Antonio Spurs Thursday night...

    Jim  Cavan Written by Jim Cavan about 1 month ago 54,765 reads 297 comments

  21. Heat Need Cool and Confident Mario Chalmers in Game 2 of NBA Finals

    SAN ANTONIO — These are not the sort of questions anyone expected to be asked at a 21st century NBA Finals, all these questions about electrical failures, engineers and electrolytes...

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  22. LeBron James Grows Stronger Within Miami Heat's Cocoon

    America is once again laughing at and mocking the pain of LeBron James. Two years' worth of I-had-to-shut-up fan resentment burst out as if rodeo-bull uncaged the moment James looked vulnerable while spasming and incapacitated in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.

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  23. Does Pat Riley Get Enough Credit for Constructing Miami Heat?

    The Miami Heat , if the San Antonio Spurs can find a competent HVAC guy, are in a reasonably strong position to win their third consecutive NBA title...

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  24. Did Spoelstra Overplay His Hand in Game 1?

    When the NBA Finals were scheduled to begin this past Thursday night, I couldn't help but think of the matchups between the starters since the first few minutes might determine the outcome of the game...

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  25. Erik Spoelstra Expects It to Be Freezing in AT&T Center for NBA Finals Game 2

    The Miami Heat are hoping to swing the momentum its way during Sunday night's Game 2. They're expecting a wild swing in temperature, too. Head coach Erik Spoelstra intimated as much, according to Yahoo Sports' Marc J...

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