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Miami Heat – LeBron James Barely Getting By Without Dwyane Wade

Posted on 22 Jan, 2014, by in NBA

The Miami Heat continue their resting plan for Dwyane Wade, putting more pressure on LeBron James and the rest of the team. Once again, it almost cost them a victory, but they managed to pull through and beat the Boston Celtics 93-86. More

Celtics vs Heat – Jeff Green in the Biggest Moment He’ll Have This Season

Posted on 10 Nov, 2013, by in NBA

If there’s anyone you want to have the ball in hands with the game on the line and one shot left to decide it, it’s Jeff Green. Thanks to Dwyane Wade making a colossally stupid decision to miss his second free throw, the Boston Celtics were left with 0.6 seconds to stun the Miami Heat and hand the NBA champions their first home loss of the season, 111-110. More

NBA Opening Night – From LeBron James to the Lakers Fab Five

Posted on 30 Oct, 2012, by in NBA

The 2012-2013 NBA season opens with three games, with two of them grabbing most of the spotlight. The champions Miami Heat host their biggest rivals in the East, the Boston Celtics, as Ray Allen gets his first chance to play against his former team before the old Dallas Mavericks play the old Los Angeles Lakers although Dirk Nowitzki won’t be playing and Kobe Bryant might not be showing up as well. More

Heat vs Celtics – The Most Important Rivalry in the NBA

Posted on 30 Sep, 2012, by in NBA

Having Ray Allen leave the Boston Celtics was probably the best thing that could happen to the rivalry between the Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics, with some real hate features and lines drawn between Kevin Garnett & Doc Rivers and the champions led by LeBron James. More

LeBron James Doesn’t Show Up Alone for Game 7

Posted on 10 Jun, 2012, by in NBA

LeBron James didn’t rest for one second, and that’s what it’s going to take for him to win his first NBA title and lead the Miami Heat to their second. It’s what it took for him to lead his team to a 101-88 win over the Boston Celtics in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals. More

Celtics Over Heat – Kevin Garnett, Superstar

Posted on 6 Jun, 2012, by in NBA

He wasn’t supposed to be this good this year, but Kevin Garnett, at 36, is still playing like the best big men in the NBA. He led the Boston Celtics with 26 points and 13 rebounds as they turned the series upside down, won 94-90 in Miami and now have a 3-2 lead over the Heat, with a potential series clincher at home on Thursday. More

Why Rajon Rondo Wasn’t Enough to Lift the Celtics Over the Heat

Posted on 1 Jun, 2012, by in NBA

Rajon Rondo pulled off an historic night – Not getting a second’s rest, playing 53 minutes, scoring 44 points while adding 10 assists and 8 rebounds. He was shooting like crazy from beyond the arc (at a garbage time finish) and from long range. And it was nearly enough. But it takes more to beat the Miami Heat with LeBron James and Dwayne Wade. More

Boston Celtics Lost the Game – Referees Didn’t Give it to Miami Heat

Posted on 31 May, 2012, by in NBA

Instead of trying to convince everyone of how the non-call on Rajon Rondo being fouled by Dwyane Wade ruined the game, the Boston Celtics need to figure out how to win Game 3 and stay alive in this series. In a Conference Finals of adjustments, having James and Wade isn’t enough for the Heat. They’re simply making better adaptations to the situations. More

Big Plays From LeBron James & Dwyane Wade Overcome Career Night from Rajon Rondo

Posted on 30 May, 2012, by in NBA

Rajon Rondo didn’t rest for a second, playing 53 minutes and scoring a career high of 44 points. It was only enough to get the Celtics into overtime against the Miami Heat, losing 111-115 to go down 0-2 as they head back to Boston. More

Rajon Rondo, the Boston Celtics’ Only Chance

Posted on 29 May, 2012, by in NBA

When Rajon Rondo finally managed to pull off his usual pump-fake and spin to get himself an open look in the Heat’s pain, he got rejected by LeBron James and landed straight on his face. Typical for the way the Celtics performed during their bad stretches in Game 1, and an ominous sign for the rest of the series. More