Well, we did it. We've finally reached the NBA postseason after what was an...interesting season. The season started with a lockout shortening the season and has seen a bevy of surprises and stories throughout. Now, finally, the NBA players are stumbling into the postseason after a short season with a lot of high-profile injuries. Now, with a few games out of the way in most series, why am I so positive that we're going to see the Thunder against the Heat come June? Why will it be King James vs The Durantula? Here's why.
It's a shame, really. Erik Spoelstra has done remarkably well in his first four years as the head coach of the Miami Heat, reaching the playoffs four times and the NBA Finals in each of the last two seasons. And yet, the guy can't s... Read Post
Here we are, finally. We have reached the 2012 NBA Finals. The Finals feature the Miami Heat and the Oklahoma City Thunder this season, complete with plenty of star power. The Heat sport MVP LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh.... Read Post
Through the first days of the NBA playoffs, it has become increasingly clear that the Oklahoma City Thunder and Miami Heat are destined for an NBA Finals rematch. The Heat have proven that they are the best team this season. With a ... Read Post