(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.
LeBron James of the Miami Heat may have four MVP awards and two NBA championship rings, but even the best player in the league has his kryptonite. Following a 111-87 loss against the San Antonio Spurs on March 6—Miami's second strai... Read Post
Two of the NBA’s biggest stars faced off in Oklahoma City last night when LeBron James and the Miami Heat took on Kevin Durant and the OKC Thunder in Game One of the NBA Finals. It has long been debated who the best player in the N... Read Post