1. Miami Heat: 5 Reasons the Lakers Are Not Yet Ready to Topple Heat

    So that's it then. The L.A. Lakers trade for Dwight Howard from the Orlando Magic and the NBA world, so critical of the Miami Heat 's "Big Three" and what it meant for parity in the NBA, appears to be completely on board with it...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 2 years ago 10,097 reads 253 comments

  2. Wade vs. Kobe: Why Player-Player Breakdowns Are Useless in Judging Teams

    Steve Nash has only been a Laker a month, yet there have already been countless articles suggesting that he would tip the scales in favor of the Lakers over the reigning champion Miami Heat ...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 2 years ago 2,510 reads 8 comments

  3. 6 NBA Players Who Were a Lucky Break Away from Winning a Title

    Most NBA Analysts will assert that in order to win a title, a player needs to be on a team with the perfect balance of offense and defense, superstar quality talent, good role players ...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 2 years ago 895 reads 2 comments

  4. Is LeBron James More Sensitive to Criticism Than Michael Jordan?

    On the July 6 episode of ESPN's sports talk program First Take, the panel discussed LeBron James' new SLAM Magazine cover...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 2 years ago 3,574 reads 61 comments

  5. 5 Reasons Why the Oklahoma City Thunder Are Overrated

    The general belief around the NBA is that the Oklahoma City Thunder are a team destined to win a title...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 2 years ago 2,125 reads 16 comments

  6. 3 Reasons Why Ray Allen Made the Right Move Picking the Miami Heat

    Right now, the sports fans in Boston are feeling like the wife who walked in on her husband kissing the nanny...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 2 years ago 2,977 reads 6 comments

  7. Steve Nash: The Pros and Cons of Him Joining the Lakers

    Lakers fans let out a collective "Hallelujah!" when it was announced on July 4 that the team would acquire Steve Nash from the Phoenix Suns in a sign-and-trade...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 2 years ago 927 reads 1 comments

  8. Miami Heat: Why They Are the Clear Favorites to Win the 2013 Title

    Recently, columnist Peter Emerick wrote a power ranking of the 30 teams in the NBA and broke down the likelihood of each team winning the title next season...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 2 years ago 4,900 reads 13 comments

  9. Dwight Howard Trade Rumors: We Should Expect Loyalty from Players and Management

    According to Chris Broussard of ESPN , Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard claims he was “blackmailed” into agreeing to the “opt-in” clause in his contract that prevented him from becoming a free agent for another year...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 2 years ago 1,685 reads 1 comments

  10. Chicago Bulls: 6 Beliefs About the Team That Proved Inaccurate

    After posting the league's best record, the Chicago Bulls saw their championship dreams come to an unceremonious end at the hands of the Philadelphia 76ers in Game 6 of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinals series 79-78...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 2 years ago 473 reads 1 comments

  11. Were the New York Knicks and Philadelphia 76ers Both Trying to Avoid Miami?

    Before the start of the New York Knicks game versus the Charlotte Bobcats and the Philadelphia 76ers game against the Detroit Pistons , it was announced that Carmelo Anthony , Tyson Chandler and Baron Davis would sit the game out...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 2 years ago 1,191 reads 8 comments

  12. NBA Playoffs 2012: Chicago Bulls vs. Philadelphia 76ers Series Analysis

    Despite injuries to their best player Derrick Rose , their second best player Luol Deng and their key free agent acquisition Richard “R.I.P...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 2 years ago 190 reads 0 comments

  13. NBA Playoffs 2012: Miami Heat vs. New York Knicks Series Analysis

    The Miami Heat after a 66-game, lockout-shortened season, have finally managed to reach the playoffs. All eyes will be on them to see if they can not only reach the finals for the second straight year, but actually emerge victorious...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 2 years ago 389 reads 0 comments

  14. Why the Chicago Bulls Could Face a Greater Challenge in 76ers Than Knicks

    It seems that every NBA Analyst has chimed in about the top seeded Bulls and their first round opponent in the NBA Playoffs. The general consensus appears to be that the Knicks would make for a much tougher matchup than the 76ers ...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 2 years ago 2,113 reads 38 comments

  15. Miami Heat: Does Anyone Still Question Their Depth?

    No Wade? No LeBron? No problem. The Heat still have enough to win. You would have been forgiven for betting on the Heat to lose against the Atlanta Hawks in their second meeting of the season at Atlanta...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about almost 3 years ago 432 reads 0 comments

  16. Chicago Bulls vs. Miami Heat: 8 Reasons the Bulls Still Can't Beat Miami

    The Chicago Bulls have gotten off to a fairly slow start to the season at 1-1. Many analysts believed that this season would be a continuation of the last with the Bulls dominating ...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about almost 3 years ago 3,004 reads 66 comments

  17. NBA Basketball: The 5 Toughest Matchups for the Miami Heat

    Sometimes records simply don't matter. I remember NBA analyst Kenny Smith during the 2000 playoffs on TNT discussed one of the secrets to his back-to-back championships with the Houston Rockets ...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about 3 years ago 1,889 reads 13 comments

  18. Heat vs. Mavericks: 10 Storylines in Their Christmas Day Clash

    The NBA season is finally set to begin in five short days and it is already looking to be one filled with subplots and storylines galore (Will Chris Paul make the LA Clippers ...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about 3 years ago 4,926 reads 14 comments

  19. Chris Bosh: 6 Ways He Can Better Integrate Himself with Miami Heat

    Considering the fact that the 2012 NBA season is still a question mark, with few analysts sure how long the lockout will last, success for each team once it begins could come down to who made the best use of their time during the work stoppage...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 3 years ago 3,241 reads 21 comments

  20. NBA Finals 2011: Media Giving Dallas Mavericks a Pass for Arrogant Bahavior?

    There is one theme that has been hammered home from the start of the finals by the national sports media: The Miami Heat are basically just a bunch of pampered, entitled, arrogant ...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 3 years ago 2,561 reads 50 comments

  21. If Dirk Nowitzki Loses the Finals, Will the Media Throw Him Under the Bus?

    It's amazing what playing against the Miami Heat can do for the perception of a player throughout the news media...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 3 years ago 659 reads 40 comments

  22. Chicago Bulls: 7 Regular Season Beliefs About the Team That Proved Inaccurate

    Entering the Eastern Conference Finals the Chicago Bulls were poised to prove 60+ years of NBA precedent erroneous by defying conventional wisdom and winning a title...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 3 years ago 5,868 reads 42 comments

  23. NBA Playoffs 2011: Miami Heat vs. Dallas Mavericks Series Analysis

    Midway through the conference semifinals of this year's NBA Playoffs, I questioned whether destiny was intervening and bringing two old nemesis' together for a finals rematch ...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 3 years ago 47,645 reads 207 comments

  24. Derrick Rose: Is It Too Late to Take Back His MVP Award?

    Granted, a player winning an MVP award does not necessarily imply that he is the best player in the NBA . It is an accolade given strictly based on regular season performance...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 3 years ago 2,523 reads 70 comments

  25. LeBron James: Are There Any More Doubts That the Miami Heat Star Is Clutch?

    It's amazing how the playoffs can prompt the regular-season narratives to change. Just two months ago, Derrick Rose and Kevin Durant were being called among the best closers in the NBA...

    Robert Felton Written by Robert Felton about over 3 years ago 7,030 reads 118 comments