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Saturday, March 5th, 2011 at 9:00 am  |  87 responses

Post Up: Miami Beat

While the Bulls go for that No. 1 spot.

by Anton Kudriavtsev/ @TheDiesel

Raptors 103, Nets 116

The Nets and Raptors kicked off the first regular season game overseas in London with New Jersey coming out on top, led by Brook Lopez (25 points). Deron Williams scored 16 points and dished 11 assists on the way to his first victory as a Net while Kris Humphries added 18 points and 17 rebounds. The Raptors led by 3 points at the end of 3 quarters when the Nets’ bench went on a 20-6 run (Sundiata Gaines, stand up!) which gave enough lift for D-Will and Lopez to finish the game as they combined for 11 points down the stretch. DeMar DeRozan led Toronto with 30 points but the true highlights came from the British fans in the O2 arena. Someone needs to get Luol Deng to clarify this for us, but apparently it’s customary to boo both teams equally on every free throw, yet cheer if the shot goes in. With David Stern’s thirst for international flavour only increasing, will he eventually force the NBA to accept a team overseas? I can’t imagine the player’s association being thrilled about the logistics, wouldn’t the Spurs’ rodeo road trip would take 2 months to finish?

Bulls 89, Magic 81

A night after surfing a wave of three-pointers in South Beach, the Magic didn’t have another comeback in them as they fell to the Bulls. The Magic seem to have Rose’s number because they routinely cut off his driving lanes by putting Howard behind the player guarding Rose but tough defense and a supporting cast were key for Chicago. Hedo Turkoglu left the game in the first quarter with a sore elbow (and attitude), and his return didn’t make much difference as Chicago led by 14 at halftime but Orlando cut it to 8 before the 4th quarter. For the Bulls, the scoring came from Rose (24 points), Deng (16 points), and Kyle Korver (10 points) made up for his air-balling against the Hawks as he hit three key triples down the stretch which kept Orlando at bay. Howard had 20 and 10 but got his 16th technical of the year after Korver, of all people, got under his skin so he will be suspended Monday night against Portland. I firmly believe that if given more minutes, Ronnie Brewer could win the Defensive Player of the Year if the judges let someone else contend for the award. Check Dwight’s stats in February: 26.6 pgg, 14.8 rpg, 2.0 bpp and 66.7% shooting. If that’s not an MVP, I don’t know what is.  Dwight took out some of his frustrations by sending Asik back to Turkey with his dunk. Some observations about Tom Thibodeau – why so serious? Even if Chicago is up 20 points, he’s frowning like me when I couldn’t find Sugar Crisp in the grocery store. We know that players tend to take the personality of the coach, but I didn’t know assistant coaches take the voice of head coaches (what’s up, Doc?). The Bulls face Miami on Sunday morning’s prime time schedule.

Wolves 100, Sixers 111

Andre Iguodala triple-doubled his way to another Sixers win as they took down the Wolves. Iggy had 22 points, 13 assists, and 10 rebounds as the Sixers overcame Kevin Love’s 10th 20/20 of the season, putting up 21 points and 23 rebounds on the night. As usual, the Sixers received well-rounded contribution (6 players in double figures) but Minnesota kept it close, pulling within 1 before falling to 10 straight Sixer points to close out the game. Love is now just two double-doubles away from tying Moses Malone’s 51-game streak from 1978-1979.

Thunder 111, Hawks 104

The Thunder returned to their winning ways with a victory over the Hawks. The dynamic duo of Durant (29 points) and Westbrook (28 points, 9 assists) proved too much for Atlanta to handle. Joe Johnson led the Hawks with 24 points and after Atlanta led by two points before Westbrook hit another clutch shot. Taking the pass from Durant, Russ curled around a screen and hit a triple to regain the lead for OKC as they held on for the win.

Warriors 103, Celtics 107

The Celtics secured their 4th straight win with a close victory over the Warriors. Ray Allen (27 points) was key for Boston, as he couldn’t miss early in the game and grabbed an offensive rebound with 12 seconds to play to help the C’s escape with a win. Boston gave up an 18-point lead as Monta Ellis exploded for 28 of his 41 points in the second half to surge Golden State down the stretch. Jeff Green (21 points) is starting to find his rhythm in the offense, while Rondo dished 16 assists. Outside of Westbrook, Green hasn’t had such a willing group of distributors on the floor and he’s beginning to take advantage. After the backlash that Danny Ainge has received for the deadline trade, Green and Krstic are paying dividends while Perkins and Robinson are having knee issues in OKC. Maybe Ainge knew something about their health that the general fan base didn’t? The playoffs will tell all.

Cavaliers 119, Knicks 115

So much for Melo’s proclaimed “revenge game”. Baron Davis made his Cavalier debut, starting off by an alley-oop to J.J. Hickson (23 points) and finishing with 18 points and 5 assists as the Cavaliers took down the Knicks. New York entered the game ranked 3rd in the NBA in points off turnovers (17 ppg) but committed 16 turnovers of their own as the Cavs rallied in the 4th quarter for the win. The trio of Melo, Douglas, and Fields shot 16-of-20 in the 1st half but cooled in the second while Amar’e took over (41 points, 9 rebounds) but it wasn’t enough. Davis scored 12 of his 18 in the final 6 minutes in a furious comeback while the Knicks folded like new IKEA furniture. An offensive foul on Anthony later, and the revenge game was not to be. Melo and STAT combine for 70 points in a loss to the Cavs? No matter how you slice it, this is not a good look for a team who haven’t beat Cleveland since December of 2007.

Hornets 98, Grizzlies 91

Chris Paul broke out of his recent slump to lead his Hornets over the Grizzlies. CP3 had 23 points and 14 assists and Willie Green (15 points) heated up at the right time as the Hornets rallied past the Grizzlies in the 4th quarter. The Grizzlies had balanced scoring with Z-Bo scoring 20 and rebounding 11 but Gasol missed two free throws as New Orleans pulled away after Jarrett Jack (19 points) hit two late free throws to stretch their lead to four. The Hornets are currently sitting as the 6th seed but considering the Western standings are about as stable as Libya’s democracy, Paul and company will need to stack up some wins to maintain their spot or move up.

Pacers 108, Mavericks 116

Having a competent closer on contending teams is always beneficial but having a little extra help doesn’t hurt either. As usual, Dirk Nowitzki came through in the clutch with 29 points while Jason Terry had his back, adding 21 of his own as the Mavs won their 8th straight game. After giving up a 14-point lead, the Pacers rallied back within 3 after Darren Collison (17 points, 6 assists) hit a 3-pointer with 3:24 to play. The JET took off from there, hitting back-to-back jumpers to add to their lead as himself and the Dirkster combined for 15 4th-quarter points. Fans talk about sleeping on Dwight for MVP, what about Dirk? He’s consistently leading Dallas to more winning streaks than a card counter in Vegas and hitting big shots in crunch time.

Suns 102, Bucks 88

The Suns kept their playoff hopes alive with an easy win over the Bucks. Channing Frye scored 20 points, Nash dished 13 assists and Phoenix rattled off a 19-0 third-quarter run and coast for the victory. Corey Maggette led Milwaukee with 21 points but the Bucks were missing 4 rotational players and simply ran out of energy down the stretch.

Heat 95, Spurs 125

If the sky isn’t falling, it’s getting lower with every game. One night after falling to their Floridian rivals, the Heat suffered their worst loss of the season at the hands of the Spurs. LeBron got his stats (28/8/7) but San Antonio crushed Miami twice, once in the 1st quarter and again in the 4th to put the finishing touches on a 30-point rout. With 8 Spurs in double digits, Manu led the way with 20 points but the bench kept momentum on their side, out-scoring 4 of 5 Miami starters. Exactly how bad did the Spurs want to make a statement? Tony Parker was supposed to be out for 4-6 weeks, but he came back, shook off the flagrant 2 foul, and scored 15 points in addition to dishing 8 assists. What’s impressive about these Spurs (besides their record), is how smart they play. The coaching staff (most credit goes to Pop) implements a system and infuses their players with trust. Whether it’s a starter of a bench warmer, they’re willing passers and rarely force shots. San Antonio made it rain from the 3-point line like Latrell Sprewell on his payday, hitting 17 triples led by Matt Bonner (6-of-7 from distance, 18 points). You know you’re in a blowout when Tim Duncan is saying “game over” in the 1st quarter. Where do the Heat go from here? The “gelling” should have happened in December, injuries are part of the game, and coaching seems to have gone AWOL. Three straight losses puts them as the 3 seed as they face the Bulls on Sunday. One thing is for sure in their sea of uncertainty – they will remember the Alamo.

Bobcats 84, Lakers 92

With vengeance on their minds, the newly focused Lakers took down the Bobcats to earn their 6th straight win. Kobe scored 27 points and Gasol had a strong 20/10 game while L.A. managed to keep Charlotte from making a comeback in the 2nd half. D.J. Augustin scored 22 points but he was the only ‘Cat keeping his team in the game early and the Lakers grinded it out to hold on for the victory.

Overtime

“Check My $tats” of the night: Monta Ellis – 41 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 steal, 1  block.

Separated at Birth of the day: Steph Curry and the Childlike Empress.

Time for roll call – did someone forget Bosh again? The Real GM and Heat message boards always deliver after a Miami loss, I think I found this album at a garage sale last week. Seriously, I hope all those bricks LeBron puts up go towards building some schools in worthy places.

I’ve been waiting to put Charlie Sheen in the Post Up for weeks, and I finally have the excuse to. In an interview with ABC last week, Sheen quotes Allen Iverson’s “practice?!”

Speaking of Sheen, the Dirkmeister channels his inner Charlie for this bobblehead promotion.

In case you were wondering, Shaq is still Shaq.

Think Perkins is happy about his move to OKC? Think again.

Finally, the craziest free throw you’ll see.

I’m out like Spo’s career security.

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  • http://www.slamonline.com Jahmai

    Eboy quote: ‘The Bulls will not leave Florida with a W.’ How’s that prediction coming along? That Spurs-Heat game was crazy, I don’t even know what to see about that, the Heat should just totally erase that from their memory. Love the Pippen-MJ photo! So true.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Jahmai

    That skip Bayless photo is a classic.

  • http://www.facebook.com/joe.l.brewer3 BlackPhantom

    Eboy’s rant on how Spo should be fired will start anytime now….

  • http://www.facebook.com/joe.l.brewer3 BlackPhantom

    Apparently Chris Bosh also stank the court up tonight considering Tim domination of the boards.

  • Scott

    How is sending New Jersey and Toronto to London supposed to get Europe excited about the NBA? I guess Cleveland and Charlotte couldn’t adjust their schedules?

  • Robb

    The Spurs are too good this season, and when they are having a special night, there’s nothing you can do. But tomorrow the Lakers will win.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Nick Tha Quick

    Don’t blame it on Lebron, blame it on Spo’, don’t blame in Wade, blame it on the Filipino, don’t blame it on Bosh, blame it on the Spo, Spo, Spo,Spo, blame it on the Spo, Spo, Spo!

  • Adam

    I too am expecting a great deal of the use of the word ‘Sporon’ in todays comments. Scummy foul by dampier. What i will say is that two games in a row the Heat have been undone by their three point defence. However if anything should get them to focus on that again, it should be a thirty point defeat by the current pace-setters. I’m not a Heat fan, but i hope they use this as a measuring stick, and start playing team ball. By the way, great shout out to Sundiata Gaines, I don’t watch the Nets much and i’m not sure how often he’s used by them, but honestly, that stint that he put in yesterday was some superb basketball. Just what his team needed. Fella deserves real credit.

  • http://www.fiba.com Darksaber

    Tony Parker showed True Grit, eh?

  • Adam

    @Scott, I’m not sure how much it will have done to encourage the people outside basketball over here (Im from the UK) but i know had i not had as much work on for uni this week i would have been getting to London for those games. Two of our biggest national DJ’s were plugging the game on their respective shows yesterday, both of them lead out the teams or something. I know there was some Raptors on ‘The One Show’ aswell, and that would pull in alot of viewers too. I’m sure it would have been profitable for the NBA anyway. It would be great to have more young people involved in the game, I only got the chance to take it up at 16 and I really wish the chance had presented itself sooner.

  • http://google c_cantrell

    il say it for eboy.. spo should be fired

  • el_larsen

    “the carmelo anthony era to begin in ny”lol once again they lost to the cavs!! and denver is rolling.melo is overrated and is NOT a leader.
    krstic is better than i thought,and plays quite good defense.jeff green will be good spark from the bench.just need murphy to step up!
    ainge i finally got ya!

  • 2KInsider

    Now remember, the Heat said that they shouldn’t be expected to win a championship in their first year together, but they will win the next 8 after that.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Cheryl

    I posted something, it was mean, so I’m glad the moderators bounced it.

  • HAMMER

    What is up with Charlie Sheen? He been actin and sayin sum crazy sh*t lately. His “licking my toes” quote was kinda funny yet bs quote @ the same time. Get ur sh*t 2gether charlie!

  • http://hansdeiter33@gmail.com Bmack

    Hammer, this is a basketball site.

  • http://slamonline.com/ Ryne Nelson

    Nah, the Heat said their goal this season was to win it all. The Spurs may well be that team out of the West.

  • Loaf

    Sheen has had me in stitches, god bless you tube

  • http://google c_cantrell

    westbrook has come along way with that peremiter shot.. his confidence is growing vastly.. (see his clutch 3 in the waning moments of the game)

  • Bruno

    cant wait for tomorrow Lakers @ Spurs … who you think is gonna win

  • freakyfrancky

    LOL
    The Latrell Spreewell line was hilarious

  • Brian

    I give the Heat credit for somewhat mounting a comeback in the 2nd and 3rd Q last night. It’s not like they could expect to win after the start they had. What kind of team is going to blow a 24 pt lead?

  • JTaylor21

    So let me guess this is all on the players too? Clogging up the paint to stop TP from scoring in the there like he’s Michael F*cking Jordan was foolish, which led to wide open three point shots all day long for one of the best 3pt shooting team is also the player’s fault?
    Refusal to change up that flawed defensive tactic after the spurs shredded you from 3pt land in the first half is the player’s fault too?
    So I’m guessing that the players are the ones that come up with the defensive gameplan while Pacquiao’s chauffeur sits in the corner.
    It’s not like this is professional basketball where the head coach is law and whatever he says goes.

  • Brian

    There are few things I enjoy more than watching the Heat lose, but that flagrant 2 call was bogus. Why not have the guys chase each other around a merry-go-round?

  • http://google c_cantrell

    *a long

  • http://slamonline.com Krishan

    Roflstomped.

  • ClydeSays

    Crazy beatdown in Texas. Don’t have a bunch of tough stretch of games coming up? Interested to see who cracks first. To be fair, it seems like Eboy has been complaining about Spo for awhile now, not just the last bunch of games.

    Good win for the C’s. Ellis was having one of those nights. Good to see Green bring something to the bench. The C’s could have a great 2nd unit once DWest is back. We’ll see…

  • http://slamonline.com Krishan

    And to be fair, spo really is a BAD coach. But a thirty-point spanking? Come on. This was on the entire team.

  • Brian

    LeBron and Wade should both get consideration for DPOY for they way they shut each other down. They make it so, so easy to cover the other player.

  • JTaylor21

    Sure it was on the entire team, they were the ones that came up with that stellar defensive gameplan last night to collapse the lane and allow wide open 3pt shots.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Jahmai

    @Brian, lol.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Jahmai

    @Jtaylor, I’m sure Spoelstra didn’t tell em to leave the spurs 3-pt shooters open, or to give Tony Parker a free lane pass. He deserves blame, but he can’t be out there defending, ultimately the players have to do something.

  • Myung

    I’m a long time SLAMonline guy. It’s just been a long time since I’ve actually posted anything. I feel like the site’s kind of gone down hill so I don’t check in very often, but I occasionally stop by to see what people are saying. In terms of coach Spoelstra’s nationality, why do several of you on this site keep referring to him as Filipino? Why does his ethnicity have to do with anything? Do we call Mike Brown or Mike Woodson “black coaches?” Is Phil Jackson a “white” coach? You can say all sorts of bad things about him without making references to his ethnicity, can’t you? I’m just wondering if someone can enligthen me. Thanks.

  • http://blog.mysanantonio.com/spursnation/ Anthony

    +1 for Brian @11:09 am

  • http://blog.mysanantonio.com/spursnation/ Anthony

    For JTaylor, what LBJ said after the game: “They do a great job of forcing triggers. They know exactly what you’re going to do defensively. Whatever you do or whatever you try to take away, they have a counter for. You take away the roll on the pick-and-rolls and they’ll hit the guy in the corner for the three. If you try to take away the threes they hit the guy going to the rim. They’ve seen every situation and they’ve seen every defense and right now they’re just clicking on all cylinders. Everyone on their team has confidence. They all believe that when they get the ball they can make a play to help their team.”

  • jumpman

    In addition to the talk of Spo’s ethnicity…ya’ll know he is also half-white right? Wait…this is SLAM online and ignorance trumps here.

    Anyways, I think the Heat bounce back and beat the Bulls. I firmly believe that the Heat will still make a deep playoff run to the Finals. Yes, I am aware of that 1 for 8 stat against top teams.

  • 2KInsider

    I don’t understand what is wrong with some of these comments. We got the Miami Heat struggling, New York losing to the Cavs, and all people wanna talk about is Charlie Sheen!

  • http://www.google.com/news BETCATS

    I find it hilarious that the Lakers wanted to prove something to the world last night, Stephen Jackson was hurt, and yet they cant even win by 10. The Nuggets just beat us by 40. LOL, Los Angles is full of clowns. Kobe was the only one of them who approached the game like a professional. The Matt Barnes quote was really funny to me, considering he couldnt even get into the game to prove anything. They didnt even make the homepage of NBA.com with that win.

  • http://www.dimemag.com Royal

    “Acl fixed, heartbroken”….LOL

  • Mike Mihalow

    lol @ Brian as well

  • http://www.facebook.com/joe.l.brewer3 BlackPhantom

    Where’s Eboy????

  • http://www.slamonline.com Jahmai

    @BlackPhantom, he’s probably furious right now, after Miami took a dump on his heart all over again.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Nick Tha Quick

    Just like Mubwar predicted yesterday, the Lakers got blown out the Betcats again. I’m telling you, this man is related to Paul the world cup Octopus!

  • http://www.facebook.com/joe.l.brewer3 BlackPhantom

    LMAO

  • http://www.bulls.com Enigmatic

    @ Myung and Jumpman – one commenter on here has repeatedly referred to Spo as a “Filipino Simpleton”, for some still unexplained reason.
    Whenever any one else mentions his ethnicity they’re basically poking fun at the commenter.
    Anyways, I really dont want to talk too much trash about the Heat cause they could easily spank us tomorrow, but DAMN.
    I mean….DAMN.

  • http://www.nba.com/celtics lightsout

    if i were a heat fan, i’d be worried about their competitive drive/killer instinct more than anything. they blow a 24 point lead, but the next night they’re slated to play the best team in the league. a more cut throat competitive team would’ve looked at it as a chance to redeem themselves, they would’ve come out angry. but instead, the heat came out with so little energy as to be down 36-12 after the first. please.

  • http://slamonline.com Bryan Cawford

    30 points, huh?

  • http://www.twitter.com/TheDiesel Anton

    Someone needs to sign Gaines to a normal contract, those 10 days must be killing him by now.

  • http://hibachi20.blogspot.com Moose

    No mention of Luke Harangody’s 18 points in 21 minutes??

  • Sarah

    The world on TP was actually 2-4 weeks, not 4-6. But still a quick comeback.

  • Sarah

    *The word, not world =/

  • http://www.twitter.com/TheDiesel Anton

    None at all, if he’s not Bird 2.0 he’ll be considered a bust in Cleveland’s eyes.
    The Grizzlies signed Powe, I think they’re scared of the Bulls.

  • Sarah

    *Word

  • http://www.twitter.com/TheDiesel Anton

    Haha did you mean “word”, Sarah? Thanks, I thought it was 4 to 6 but then again numbers and I aren’t friends.

  • http://thetroyblog.com Teddy-the-Bear

    The Knicks lost because of their sh!tty defense. Their offense is pretty seamless right now–but their defense… How do you let the Cleveland Cavaliers score 119 points on you?!

  • Fat Lever

    Anton, coming with the heat today(no pun intended). One of the funniest posts on here by a writer in a long time. Nice job. Reminded me of the old links a little. Watch out for my Sixers. Quietly putting together a nice string of games.

  • Adam

    When baron needs magnets…

  • Adam

    @Anton, I thought that Gaines was signed up now till the season end, i could have imagined that though.

  • Rando

    Myung is referring to Jtaylor as well. Just an unabashed ignorant jerk. “Pacquiao’s chauffeur,” and cutman re disrespectful things to say/type.

  • http://www.twitter.com/TheDiesel Anton

    @Fat Lever – Thanks.
    @Adam – Nah, the Nets signed him to a 10-day on Monday.

  • http://wwww.need4sheed.com Tarzan Cooper

    spurs run this shtt

  • http://juanm.garcia@comcast.net TruthTeller

    Let’s please stop reffering to the Heat as an elite club. True b-ball minds know better.

  • TrailBlazing&SportingLisbon

    that MJ and Pip CAPTION=PRICELESS..Anton delivering the goods as always..the Knicks need a fu(kin defensive coach, till then they cant be taken seriously

  • Felix

    So if Pat Riley has no problem kicking Stan Van Gundy out to get the Wade-Shaq heat to the title… where is he now? I think that sort of says something right there- he figured the team with Shaq had a chance at the title… what does he feel about this team? I think Spolestra has incriminating pictures of Pat Riley and Marv Albert in some dominatrix gear…

  • T-Money

    Man, everybody and their moms know Miami is a hedge team. Manu flat oit said it at halftime. Yesterday wasnt about desire, Pop just dissected Miami’s defensive schemes.

  • http://www.chicagonow.com/blogs/load-o-bull/2011 Diesel

    Must be nice to be a Heat player because they can do now wrong. Every time they mess up its the coach’s fault. That’s not a bad deal.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Cheryl

    “Popovich is a great coach. He knows how to get his team shots.” –DWade

  • Pharoah

    HAHA at the heat last night. And Anton always has the best pics to put up here, gotta love it lol.

  • T-Money

    Wade has to start playing D. Bron needs to ve closer to the hoop like he did in the 2nd q. Bosh needs to control the glass. Miller needs to tale 5 threes every game.

  • Tyrant56

    Simply put Miami was outclassed and it shows the true difference between having 13 players and just 2 all world players with no supporting cast.

  • Dagger

    Wow, the Heat are back to being a huge disappointment. Didn’t see that one coming a week or two ago. For all the blame Lebron (deservedly) gets, Wade and Bosh deserve much more. Let’s see if the Heat can turn it around; we’ll know in the next week or so. Either way hopes for a title are fading fast.

  • T-Money

    Tyrant: talent is not the issue at all. They will have a very solid 8-man rotation in the playoffs with miller haslem house off the bench. They suck now but i still would pick them in any series in tge east bedides boston.

  • T-Money

    Miami wasnt put together to get 72 wins. Lers see what theyre truly made of in the post season w haslem back. Then we’ll judge them.

  • http://www.slamonline.com melvin ely

    uhh hey don’t mean to change the topic, but does anyone know who’s announcing th NBA top 10 over at youtube? Dude is straight up hilarious

  • http://slamonline.com c_cantrell

    My goose is loose like Eboy’s mommy.I’ll twist ya knob til all I can do is slob. Lebron’s a bum with a round rump. Dwade’s a knave chop trees, get layed. I can’t stand the Bulls. I hope they lose in the 1st round.

  • http://slamonline.com c_cantrell

    @ T-money: I can’t reab waht you wreto.

  • Sarah

    @Anton haha indeed. The interwebs bested me today.

  • http://slamonline.com tealish

    Great games last night. I especially enjoyed the one in Texas.

  • add

    last night dre messed around and got a triple double

  • rob

    the reason the heat lose is because basketball is a team sport and having 2 all world players doesnt make your team elite, especially with a subpar supporting cast. I think the heat are missing haslems grit and toughness and to me, signing bosh was their biggest mistake in the offseason. I would have went after tyson chandler.

  • Max

    How tall is Haslem? 6’8?

  • http://www.twitter.com/TheDiesel Anton

    ^Yup.

  • http://nicekicks.com meloman2.0

    OMG Eboy is hilarious!! hes actually speeeechlessss LOL

  • 2KInsider

    Deng!!!

  • flipnoyce

    LMA at MIAMI HEATLESS. Once again who will take the last shot? Spo is the getting the HEAT because of the players club non performance. Great addition on Mike Lights OFF Bibby he surely knows how to make an impact just ask the Hawks fans,lol

  • jumpman

    Wow….Bulls pull it off. Imma eat my words on that. What the hell happened to Mike Miller? Missed like 5 wide open 3s. So much for him making a difference…

  • http://slamonline.com The Black Rick Kamla

    Spurs ran into a buzzsaw….Lakers on that championship swag.

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