Early Sunday evening, LeBron James will gather his Miami Heat teammates around him and offer a few final words of wisdom before they try to extend their reign as NBA champions.
The Miami Heat travel to San Antonio hoping to bring the series back to Miami.
In the age of me over we ball, Duncan is a corrupt cliche – a winner.We judge stars by rings more than ever. The Heat didn’t win; LeBron won. Kobe or Shaq won a decade ago. But when the Spurs win, Duncan is part of a greater whole, lost in a selfless, Vulcan coda.
LeBron James had a pained expression on his face during warmups and left the court twice in the early going, once to get his ankle re-taped and another time for a bathroom break.
The San Antonio Spurs dominated the Miami Heat again in Game 4, taking a 3-1 series lead in the NBA Finals
He’s been on the big screen and the NBA’s big stage and at 38-years-old, Ray Allen is still going strong.
If you are planning to take the Metromover or another form of public transportation to the Miami Heat game Thursday night, be aware of the transit times.
After being beaten by the San Antonio Spurs in Miami on Tuesday, the Miami Heat look to rebound in Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night at the AmericanAirlines Arena.
The Spurs are old. Tim Duncan is 38, Manu Ginobili is 36, Tony Parker is the youngster in San Antonio’s star trio at 32.
The Miami Heat are playing in their fourth consecutive NBA Finals and are looking pull off the extremely rare three-peat. Doing so would likely cement them as the team of the 2010’s despite there still being half the decade to go. Being the dominant team of an entire decade brings one word to mind…dynasty. With the Heat working towards adding themselves to the exclusive list of teams with the dynasty label, let’s turn back the clock and see which teams could be considered the best of their decades.