(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.
The 2014-15 NBA MVP race is missing two notable names at the top. Kevin Durant and LeBron James, who together earned the honor in five of the last six seasons, are no longer jostling for pole position. But on any given night, either... Read Post
Two NBA heavyweights will drop the gloves Sunday afternoon when the Cleveland Cavaliers host the Oklahoma City Thunder in a matinee at Quicken Loans Arena. LeBron James and the Cavaliers will be eyeing a sixth straight win overall a... Read Post