Tag: 2011 NBA playoffs

  • LeBron James Has Done it Before, He Can do it Again

    With his back against the wall, with two games he must win in front of him, LeBron James can come out like a hero, a living legend, or a go down while everybody cheers for the fall of the villain.

  • O LeBron James, Where Art Thou?

    Dwyane Wade looked around, but couldn’t find LeBron James, hiding in the corner, giving up on shot after shot. What’s wrong with the best player in the NBA? Why is he falling apart in the Finals?

  • LeBron James and Dirk Nowitzki – Who is More Deserving of the NBA Title?

    Someone is leaving the list. With Derrick Rose joining the elite few who have won MVP’s but never a title (he still has plenty of time to get out of it), Dirk Nowitzki or LeBron James will be getting their names chalked off when the 2011 NBA Finals series is over. But who deserves it more?

  • The 2011 NBA Finals Schedule

    Now that Chicago are out of the way, the Miami Heat join the Dallas Mavericks in the 2011 NBA Finals (2006 rematch) and here are the dates and venues (same name actually) for the next couple of weeks or so, if we go 7 deep.

  • The Best Three Minutes of LeBron James’ Life

    LeBron James took over in the fourth quarter once again, leading the Miami Heat on a 18-3 run, finishing off the Bulls and their struggling MVP Derrick Rose, en route to a 83-80 win and a 4-1 finish to the Eastern Conference Finals.

  • Kevin Durant Answers Stupid Reporter With Stupid Questions

    For some reason, a reporter thought he’ll get a different answer from Kevin Durant when asked about Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks.

  • Dirk Nowitzki Making History in the 2011 NBA Playoffs

    Dirk Nowitzki scored 26 points and grabbed nine rebounds, clinching the series for the Mavs with one huge three, as usual, in the fourth quarter, putting the Mavericks over the Thunder once again after a big deficit. Nowitzki averaged 32.2 points in the series and in general, is having an amazing playoff run, taking the Mavs to the NBA finals for the second time and the first since 2006.

  • LeBron James Nearly Done With Rose and Bulls

    LeBron James didn’t need Dwyane Wade this time. James scored 35 points, shut down Dwyane Wade and did everything and anything needed to get the Miami Heat closer to the NBA finals with the 101-93 overtime win over the Chicago Bulls, taking a 3-1 lead.

  • Dirk Nowitzki Can’t be Stopped in Incredible Mavs Comeback

    Is it still a surprise? Dirk Nowitzki scored 40 points last night for the Dallas Mavericks, his second 40+ night in the series and his 7th post season 40 night in his career. He led a crazy comeback by the Mavs, turning a 15 point deficit with five minutes to go into a 112-105 overtime win, a 3-1 series lead and one win away from their first NBA finals since 2006, the year of the great collapse.

  • On Chris Bosh’s Big Night in the Heat’s Game 3 Win

    Just a week ago, Chris Bosh had 30 points and nine rebounds in Game 1. The Heat were crushed by 21 points in Chicago. What a difference a week makes, as Bosh’s 34 points last night meant a completely different outcome, leading the Miami Heat to a 96-85 win over the Chicago Bulls, grabbing a 2-1 lead in the Eastern Conference Finals.