The Miami Heat put together one of the best regular seasons in recent memory thanks in large part to a 27-game winning streak. But it also secured home-court advantage throughout the playoffs and that could be a deciding factor on where the Larry O’Brien trophy stays for the next year.
And then there was one. One game to decide the value of a year’s worth of work trying to become NBA champion. For one team, it’s one last shot at glory as the window is nearly closed on a historic run and for the other, immortality winning back-to-back championships.
Royce Young, CBSsports.com NBA Writer, “This Is Lebron’s Team, But This Is Still Dwayne Wade’s Franchise”
The Heat win Game 6 of the NBA Finals in thrilling fashion. One of our favorite basketball guests, Royce Young, joins the program with his perspective on the game and finals in general. . .
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MIAMI (AP) — It will be known as the LeBron James Headband Game. He’s worn them for years, primarily to keep sweat out of his eyes, as well as out of habit and in recent […]
Last night the Heat came away with a very improbable victory, down 13 points in the 3rd quarter of Game 6 in the NBA finals. Certainly, execution on the part of the Heat is to […]
Sean Deveney, NBA Writer for Sporting News, joined Overtime with Jim Murray to recap Game 6 Tuesday night. Deveney said it takes a special, mentally tough team to come back to win. The Spurs need […]
The Spurs have long been the NBA’s gold standard when it comes to drafting and development, preferring to roll up their sleeves and scour the globe to find the right players to slot into well-defined roles in San Antonio.
The Miami Heat dug themselves a hole when they allowed the San Antonio Spurs to go up 3-2 in the 2013 NBA Finals. Heading into Game 6, the Heat face long odds of just getting to Game 7, much less winning the NBA championship.