(The Root) -- Yes, LeBron James' foul on Kevin Durant wasn't called Thursday night in the waning seconds of Game 2. Yes, the Miami Heat barely held on to win against the hard-charging Oklahoma City Thunder. And yes, folks who adhere to NBA conspiracy theories have more "evidence" to pair with New Orleans winning the draft lottery last month.
But the real story as the NBA Finals takes a break before resuming in Miami doesn't involve questionable non-calls.
Turning a series in your favor can happen with a move as small as a defensive matchup change, and for the Miami Heat to win Game 2 of the 2012 NBA Finals, they must have LeBron James guard Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant for... Read Post
Kevin Durant's shot with 10 seconds left to tie last night's NBA finals Game 2 didn't drop, and now the series is tied 1-1. Arguing over whether a foul should have been called on LeBron James is silly; Durant just as easily could ha... Read Post