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Rafael Furcal’s second attempt at coming back from injuries didn’t have a good start.
Miami Heat superstar LeBron James has never participated in the NBA Slam Dunk contest, but that doesn’t mean he let All-Star weekend end without putting down a monster dunk.
LeBron James usually has his fun in June, when the Miami Heat have won NBA championships the last two years. Doesn’t mean he’s OK with losing in February. And he certainly won’t stand for his team getting picked on.
Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade missed Wednesday night’s game against the Golden State Warriors due to a sore foot and that injury might keep him out of the 2014 All-Star Game on Sunday night.
A congratulations is in-order to Heat star Chris Bosh who was selected as a reserve for the Eastern Conference All-Stars team.
Mariano Rivera was all set up to save his final All-Star game — or so it seemed. Jim Leyland just wasn’t about to take that chance.
Chris Davis knows power surges lead to suspicion in the 21st century. The debate has even trickled down to clubhouse banter.
With the two leagues set to square off in their annual exhibition featuring its greatest stars on July 16, all eyes will be on Citi Field. With home field advantage during the World Series on the line, the question very simply put is, can the National League maintain its grip on the contest for the fourth straight year?