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MIAMI - LeBron James stood under the basket in disbelief, as if he were too shocked to move. It was only a second, but it was long enough to understand the power of the moment. Danny Green had blocked James at the rim in transition, and James wa...
SAN ANTONIO - Get ready for the madness, Miami.
Get ready for the madness, Miami.
Here's the cold, hard, mathematical difference between LeBron James in 2011 and the confident, swaggering, self-assured version who leads the Heat into Game 5 of the 2013 NBA Finals: 25 points.
For several years now, Dwyane Wade has shunned his old nickname and asked teammates, reporters and fans to strike it from their memories. You know the one. It rhymes with slash.
For the longest time this postseason, the Heat's blueprint of a Big 3 seemed like an outdated set of specs incapable of building momentum let alone a championship.
LeBron James paused, as if to give his words more weight, then delivered a vow that will either reverberate through the rest of this impossibly competitive NBA Finals or come back to haunt the league's four-time most valuable player.
SAN ANTONIO - For the Miami Heat to win an NBA championship, it has to win one game in Texas. That's going to be tough.
The other guys evened the series.
MIAMI - At this point in their journey, LeBron James can read Dwyane Wade's face and know if he's about to get the best out of the Heat's shooting guard.