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LeBron James Needs (With a Capital N) Dwyane Wade to Win Another Championship

Posted on 8 Apr, 2014, by in NBA

There has been this theory running around lately that the Miami Heat can win a third NBA title (in a row I might add) even if Dwyane Wade doesn’t play. The truth? As decent as Toney Douglas might be as the plug in guy at shooting guard, LeBron James isn’t entering that three-peat elite club without Wade playing in the NBA playoffs. More

Miami Heat – Barely, But Still Standing

Posted on 30 Mar, 2014, by in NBA

There’s a feeling that the Miami Heat are close to running on empty. For these situations, it’s good to play a team like the Milwaukee Bucks, which leads to a 88-67 win to end a road trip, not needing anything special from LeBron James once again, being able to give their MVP a bit more rest. More

Houston Rockets – James Harden & Jeremy Lin Making History

Posted on 29 Jan, 2013, by in NBA

It’s too early to tell if James Harden and Jeremy Lin will go down as a legendary back-court duo that made big things happen for the Houston Rockets. Harden is definitely on the right path, while Lin isn’t doing too bad as well. In probably their biggest win of the season, it was about everyone playing well, not just them. More

Houston Rockets – Jeremy Lin & James Harden Back on Track

Posted on 27 Jan, 2013, by in NBA

Maybe it’s playing an opponent they’ve beaten plenty of times over the last few years, but it’s possibly something else. James Harden has figured out how to avoid finishing with horrendous field goal percentage, and it’s affecting everyone playing for the Houston Rockets, including Jeremy Lin. More

Houston Rockets – Not Only About James Harden & Jeremy Lin

Posted on 5 Dec, 2012, by in NBA

For once, it wasn’t about the two big names for the Houston Rockets this season. James Harden and Jeremy Lin took a step back, or simply had a very rough night, while Greg Smith and Toney Douglas got their moment in the spotlight as the next teams that sends the Los Angeles Lakers project of megalomania spiraling down into an abyss. More