By The Numbers, Spurs Dominated Heat
Florida's Crime Rate Lowest In 42 YearsCrime rate is down in the Sunshine State, making 2012 the year with the lowest number of thefts, robberies and burglaries on record.
Writer Who Didn't Pick LeBron As MVP Explains His VoteWhat is the definition of the “most valuable player?” The NBA doesn’t define it for voters, but nearly every voter this year said Miami Heat superstar LeBron James was it. The lone holdout turned out to be Boston Globe writer Gary Washburn.
Something Extra: Divorce Dilemma Love and marriage... and divorce.
Fun Facts From The FinalsNow that the 2012 NBA Finals are over, it's time to look back at some of the interesting stats and nuggets from the series that saw the Miami Heat capture its second NBA championship in the last six years.
Florida Sets Records For Jobless Claims In 2010The Great Recession has taken a large toll on the Florida workforce, even after the recession technically ended.
Stats Favor Heat Championship...For NowMiami Heat head coach may not be a big fan of statistics as his team nears an NBA Championship, but some numbers should give Heat fans plenty to look forward to in the next few games of the NBA Finals.
Crime Rate Down In S. Florida, Hits 40 Year State-Wide LowThe crime rate in Florida is the lowest in 40 years, according to new statistics for 2010 released Tuesday by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE). Rates were also down in South Florida.