LeBron James can’t seem to avoid finishing second.
The Miami Heat stayed hot at home, beating the Denver Nuggets 108-91 on Friday night.
There was a time before the Big Three era that Dwyane Wade was the unquestioned leader of the Miami Heat.
Russell Westbrook scored 41 points, one shy of the NBA All-Star Game record, and the Western Conference beat the East 163-158 on Sunday night.
Chris Bosh has now three-peated.
James Harden scored 28 points, Dwight Howard added 23 and the Houston Rockets rolled to a 115-79 win over the Miami Heat on Saturday night, rebounding quite nicely from their most lopsided loss of the season.
The Miami Heat struggled in the second half and couldn’t keep up with the visiting Houston Rockets.
Even without LeBron James, the Miami Heat have fared just fine as a familiar superstar has led the team to a perfect 3-0 start.
James Harden and the U.S. sprinted into the championship game of the Basketball World Cup, riding a huge third quarter to a 96-68 victory over Lithuania on Thursday night.
Klay Thompson scored 20 points and James Harden had 12 of his 14 in the third quarter after a scoreless first half, helping the U.S. turn a close game into a 119-76 rout of Slovenia on Tuesday in the quarterfinals of the Basketball World Cup.