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Spurs and Magic Put on Clinics for the Heat: 3 Lessons Miami Needs to Learn

March 5th, 2011
LeBron James and the Heat blew a 24-point lead at home on Thursday, and lost to the Magic by three. On Friday, Miami spotted the Spurs a 24-point first quarter lead in San Antonio, and were blown out by 30. It's hard to imagine how the Heat could play much worse than they have in ...

Miami Heat Are Not Hot Against NBA Top 5: Lose to Chicago Bulls Again

February 25th, 2011
When LeBron James decided to take his talents to South Beach, the Miami Heat were supposed to cut through the NBA like the proverbial "hot knife through butter." They were supposed to dominate everyone—the have-nots and the haves. So far this season, the Heat have played good enough to have the third best record ...

Tyson Chandler: Dallas Mavericks’ Missing Piece in The Middle

February 1st, 2011
In July, when the Dallas Mavericks acquired veteran center, Tyson Chandler, few people knew what they were getting. Everyone hoped that Chandler could recapture the athleticism and power that he displayed in the 2006-2008 seasons for the New Orleans Hornets. But, more recently, Chandler had battled a laundry list of injuries and ...

NBA News: Peja Bought Out By the Raptors—On His Way to the Mavs?

January 20th, 2011
Earlier Thursday, the Toronto Raptors announced that they have agreed to buyout the contract of veteran swingman Peja Stojakovic, making him a mid-season free agent. No sooner did this take place, the rumors of where the sharpshooter will end up started. The one that seems to have the most substance to it ...

Mavs Over Miami: Dallas Beats the Heat Again, Sweeps Season Series

December 20th, 2010
For the second time in less than a month, the Dallas Mavericks have beaten the Miami Heat. In between, the Heat have won 12 straight games.Elias Sports Bureau reports that the Heat 12-game win streak bookended by the losses to the Mavericks is the 2nd-longest such streak in NBA ...

At 14, Could 7-Foot Satnam Launch India’s Global Basketball Future?

November 13th, 2010
India and basketball...two words that have never been closely associated. While the sport has been played in India for decades, basketball has never remotely come close to attracting the interest that cricket (most popular sport) or field hockey (official national sport) have among the Indian population.  All that could change in the next several years. In the same way that ...