The Miami Heat have been favored in every game that took place since their inception. Amazingly, they don't play like it.
Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra is one of the NBA’s best minds, using his personnel to the full extent of their abilities. The Heat have a non-traditional offense, and with it comes wacky sets, interchangeable pieces and myriad scoring options on every play. To illustrate this, let’s break down this action Miami loves to run, and that we will likely see against the San Antonio Spurs in the 2014 NBA Finals.
Shane Battier is selling a Heatles poster to benefit his foundation.
It's time for another Hardwood Paroxysm Round Table Over Everything! HOO-AH! It's the end of the year, and we've got awards to hand out. But not, like, the regular kind. The better kind. The ones that people in twenty, forty, one hundred years will really remember when thinking about these players. Don't forget to sign the yearbooks of our voting panel on the way out! HAGS! KIT!
Last night was Battieoke 2014, Shane Battier's annual Karaoke fundraiser. It's a pretty cool event that Battier hosts every year to raise money for his foundation, aptly called the Take Charge Foundation.
For the third straight year, Shane Battier got his Heat teammates together in Fillmore to put their vocals to the test in "Battioke" - an event that raises money for Shane's 'Take Charge Foundation', which is dedicated to providing financial aid for underserved students looking to go to college.
Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals was a thrilling game featuring multiple big time shots in late game situations, capped off with a LeBron James buzzer beater to give the Heat a 103-102 overtime
Shane Battier says the most sensible thing of this entire lockout.
For the editor of a basketball website, I have to say that I rarely go to basketball games these days for the reasons above.