NBA Finals Preview

The San Antonio Spurs are greeted by President...

The San Antonio Spurs are greeted by President Bush duting their visit to the White House. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This Thursday, June 6th, the NBA Finals between the San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat begin in South Beach, Florida, the home of the Heat. After escaping the clutches of the Pacers in game seven of the Eastern Conference Finals, the Heat are poised to begin their title defense. Continue reading

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Heat Burn Pacers 99-76, Advance to NBA Finals

Behind a sensational team effort, the Miami Heat defeat the Indiana Pacers 99-76 and have moved on to face the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA Finals. 

Following game six of the Eastern Conference Finals, many experts and NBA people, including myself, believed that game seven would either be a closely contested battle or a lopsided victory in favor of the Pacers. If the Heat were going to have any chance at moving on, they were going to need more than just a 30 point effort from LeBron James to make that happen.  Continue reading

Heat Pull To Within One Win of NBA Finals

LeBron James, 6, rises up for a shot. (Photo: NBA.com)

Behind a stellar 30 point, eight rebound, and six assist night from LeBron James, the Miami Heat  are now just one win away from earning a spot in the NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs after defeating the Pacers 90-79. Continue reading

Spurs Sweep Grizzlies En Route to NBA Finals

Tony Parker with the Western Conference Finals trophy. (Photo: Bleacher Report)

While the young Memphis Grizzlies surprised most NBA fans by getting to the Western Conference Finals, it was the experience of the San Antonio Spurs that proved to be too much as the oldest team in the NBA has made it to another NBA Finals by sweeping the Grizzlies by a score of 93-86. Continue reading