Upsets are one of the best things about sports, especially when they happen in the playoffs.
During the past week there have been some big announcements regarding the 2016 presidential race.
The Heat snapped a two-game skid thanks to Hassan Whiteside’s dominant second-half stretch that helped Miami beat the Boston Celtics 83-75 on Sunday.
Miami was absolutely embarrassed by the Dallas Mavericks, who went on 37-2 run in the second half and beat the Heat 93-72 on Friday night.
For much of the season, the Dallas Mavericks’ elite offense translated into victories and one of the top spots in the Western Conference. But as the points have diminished, so have the wins.
The Miami Heat have been struggling of late, and a west coast trip is probably not the best remedy.
Wednesday night’s game between the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers will have a different feel then games between the two teams have had in recent years.
Luol Deng scored a season-high 30 points, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade added 20 apiece and the Miami Heat stayed perfect against Dallas since the 2011 NBA Finals with a 105-96 victory over the Mavericks on Sunday night.
Sweating, clapping and shouting until he was nearly hoarse, Steve Ballmer introduced himself to Los Angeles Clippers fans at a rally on Monday celebrating his new ownership of the NBA team.
Shawn Marion wanted another shot at an NBA title. He’ll get it playing with LeBron James.