LeBron James and the Miami Heat are one win away from an NBA championship.
Root for whichever team you want in this NBA Finals. I am not here to coax you toward either side because I am not on either side.
If LeBron did go home, it would make for one heck of a story – a feel-good one at that, which, these days, is the opposite of all things LBJ.
If the Celtics, a team most really didn’t consider a threat to win the East going in to these playoffs, could knock off the mighty Heat, imagine what the Bulls could have done.
LeBron James scored 34 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, Dwyane Wade scored 23 and the Miami Heat pulled off the biggest playoff comeback in franchise history to beat the Boston Celtics 115-111 in overtime on Wednesday night.
The Heat may have caught a lucky break here.
LeBron James scored 30 points, Dwyane Wade added 28, and the Miami Heat moved a win away from another trip to the Eastern Conference finals with a 115-83 victory over the suddenly hurting Indiana Pacers on Tuesday night.
Dwyane Wade lashed out in frustration during the worst playoff game of his career.
The Miami Heat canceled practice and their media availability one day after a blowout loss in Game 3 to the Pacers.
LeBron James got his trophy, and then he and Dwyane Wade made sure the Miami Heat got a win in Game 1.
I never thought I would say this, but maybe Mr. Wade and Mr. Allen should listen to LeBron James to see what it means to be a member of Team USA.
Two men entered the Bishop Golden Store in the 1400 block of West 79th Street and opened fire on the people inside about 6 p.m., killing one man and wounding five others.
Dwyane Wade Sr., the father of Miami guard Dwyane Wade, was ejected during Wednesday night’s loss to the Bulls at the United Center.
John Lucas III scored 24 points, and the Chicago Bulls beat the Miami Heat 106-102 without Derrick Rose in a charged showdown between the Eastern Conference’s top two teams Wednesday night.
LeBron James scored 35 points, while reigning NBA MVP Derrick Rose wasted two chances in the final 23 seconds and the Miami Heat escaped with a 97-93 win Sunday over the Chicago Bulls.
For the first time since the lockout began on July 1, NBA players are going to be welcomed back to their team facilities, said league spokesman Tim Frank.
David Stern and Billy Hunter are still hard at work trying to save the NBA season but it appears that many of the league’s top stars are getting ready to hit the road for a two-week world tour that will consist of six games spanning across four continents.
Dear David Stern, Billy Hunter, various grim-faced lawyers, union representatives, hired-gun economists, and rank-and-file ballers: don’t take this season from Derrick Rose.
While Philadelphia fans and the national media are busy crowning the Eagles as champions of the football world, I am going to take the safer “wait and see” approach.
Dwyane Wade could see himself and other NBA stars eyeing an overseas contract if the lockout drags on, just like New Jersey’s Deron Williams.