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My pick all along has been Spurs in 7. Do I think they will lose by 7 points or more to the Heat tonight in Miami? Not so sure about that, but Vegas has set 7 as the line. Miami radio host Sid Rosenberg, a Knicks fan and thus a Heat hater,... more

Danny Green has made 26 3-pointers in the NBA Finals, breaking Ray Allen's record. And he still has one or two more games to pad his record. That makes him the MVP, right? Well, the Spurs still have to win one more game,... more

The Miami Heat have been a bounce back team for two straight postseasons. They did it twice in this series against the San Antonio Spurs -- and they did it with flair. They did it last year against Oklahoma City after losing Game 1, and... more

LeBron James has guaranteed that he'll play better in Game 4 of the NBA Finals than he did in Game 3? What does that mean? For starters, he has to keep Kawhi Leonard off the offensive boards. As James pointed out, the Spurs were the... more

It's time for LeBron James to take the 20-foot jumpers the San Antonio Spurs are giving him. James has yet to score 20 points in the NBA Finals, and with his teammates struggling, he has to assume more of the offense if the Miami Heat... more

If the San Antonio Spurs win Game 2 in Miami, will the Heat be mental midgets for the quick turnaround to Game 3? No one has referred to them as mental midgets for about 53 weeks now. Chris Sheridan of SheridanHoops discusses... more

We are now in that weird phase of the NBA Finals where everything stops for two days, and we become obsessed with Game 1 for an extra day before looking ahead til Game 2, which doesn't tip until Sunday night. On the bright side, that... more

Who will go down as the better player: LeBron James or Michael Jordan? That is a debate that will evolve over the next decade, but James was certainly Jordanesque with his third-quarter performance and his expletive-filled speech... more

After the Miami Heat dismantled the Indiana Pacres in Game 3, playing their best offensive game of the postseason, it now appears inevitable we will have a Miami-San Antonio NBA Finals.

Nobody in Miami will be rooting harder for the Indiana Pacers than Sid Rosenberg. It is not that Sid is a Pacers fan, because he bleeds orange and blue for his New York Knicks. And when you are a Knicks fan, you... more

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