Ray Allen was considered a traitor by many when he left Boston. But has he discovered a new type of loyalty in the player movement era?
[caption id="attachment_7672" align="aligncenter" width="416"] Jun 5, 2014; San Antonio, TX, USA; Miami Heat guard Ray Allen (34) dunks the ball against San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green (4) in game
All the .gifs, Vines, videos, pictures and tweets you need to catch up on what went down last night in the NBA Playoffs.
The Heat fell in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference Finals matchup against the Indiana Pacers yesterday, but it wasn’t for lack of production from the Birdman. In 19 minutes off the bench, he went 6-7
Check out how the Heat’s triple screen action for Ray Allen works.
The Heat closed out the Nets earlier tonight, winning 96-94.
Late in the fourth quarter, they took the lead thanks to a Ray Allen three. Watch as their bench goes nuts after Ray dropped the triple.
The Heat find themselves in the position of trying to balance resting players to get healthy and at the same time trying to be in good form once the playoffs start.
Ed. Note: We're very pleased to have the opportunity to bring you a one-on-one interview with Chris Douglas-Roberts. Longtime friend of the site, Fred Katz, had a lengthy chat over the phone with CDR this week. We've broken it up into three parts; this is the third part.
We've seen players from the 1996 come and go in this league, and while some have arguably had more successful careers, no one's persistence is quite as surprising as Derek Fisher's.
A week ago we brought you a brilliant photo of Mrs. Obama and members of the Miami Heat laughing and eating apples. Today, we have something even better: Mrs. Obama dunking.
With the help of LeBron James,