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Miami Heat : Why South Beach Is The New Mecca Of Hoops and Hip-Hop.

MIAMI – Thanks to the recent sighting of pop star Justin Bieber courtside in Game One of the 2013 NBA Finals, the Miami Heat are arguably the hottest ticket in sports. The Los Angeles Lakers are known for having courtside celebrities such as Jack Nicholson and Denzel Washington and the New York Knicks is known for Spike Lee and Woody Allen as regular fans. While multi-platinum icon Jimmy Buffett of
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2013 NBA Finals : Spoelstra Needs To Make Adjustments.

[dropcap]W[/dropcap]ith the Miami Heat dropping Game One of the 2013 NBA Finals, 92-88, head coach Erik Spoelstra needs to make adjustments. I have never been sold on Spoelstra as a phenomenal coach, but I always respected his accomplishments. LeBron James cannot be the team's leader in points, assists and rebounding in addition to being expected to dominate defensively. This falls on the shoulders of Spoelstra because of the way he
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2013 NBA Finals: The Clinching Shot By Tony Parker Is It The Play Of The 2013 NBA Playoffs?

In game one of the 2013 NBA Finals the San Antonio Spurs held a two point lead and got the ball to their best player, point guard Tony Parker just past the three-point line. He got the defensive mismatch in Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh who didn't allow him to create enough space to either drive to the hoop or pull up for a jumper. Bosh's effort forced Parker into the defense of LeBron James and it seemed that a shot clock violation
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2013 NBA Finals : Is Spurs PG Tony Parker Really The Third Best Player In the League?

With the 2013 NBA Finals set to tip-off, the emergence of San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker may have put him in élite company. ESPN NBA analyst, Jalen Rose tweeted that Parker was the third best player in the NBA behind Kevin Durant and LeBron James. While the 31-year-old native of Paris has three NBA titles, five All-Star appearances and one NBA Finals MVP to his name, Parker is
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2013 NBA Finals : Is “The Association” Fixed?

With the Miami Heat set to face the San Antonio Spurs in the 2013 NBA Finals, one cannot help but wonder if this was destiny or design? Normally, I am not the type to give theories of games or even leagues being fixed or rigged much thought or attention, but after the Heat's 23-point blowout win over the Pacers, 99-76, some questions cannot help but be raised about how and
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2013 NBA Playoffs: Miami Dominates Pacers In Game 7, Will Face Spurs In The NBA Finals

Unfortunately the Eastern Conference Finals is now over, the Indiana Pacers, Miami Heat became one of the better match-ups during the 2013 NBA Playoffs. With the exception of last night's game seven. The game was close at the end of the first quarter even with the Pacers committing nine turnovers. David West and Paul George combined for 11 of Indiana's 21 points. For Miami LeBron James and Dwyane Wade each scored six. With the
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Paul George : Is He LeBron James’ Newest Rival?

Thanks an exciting back-and-forth duel of one-upmanship, highlighted by a slapping of the hands at center court, LeBron James may have a new rival in the form of Paul George. George, a second-year player out of Fresno State, went toe-to-toe with his Highness during the Pacers 97-93 win in Miami to tie the East Finals at 1-1. The NBA’s Most Improved Player officially welcomed himself to the big stage with
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2013 NBA Playoffs: Do The Pacers Have The Advantage vs Miami?

The Indiana Pacers beat the Miami Heat in last nights Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals to even the series up as it moves to Indiana. The way they have played so far in the series, do they now have the advantage against the Miami Heat? The Pacers have out played the top seeded Heat so far in this series. It took a last second buzzer beater in overtime
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Trading Lee Is A Ridiculous Notion For The Golden State Warriors

The Golden State Warriors surprising playoff run ended with a game six loss to the San Antonio Spurs and it was a series that could have easily gone to game seven if it weren't for a blown 18 point lead in game one resulting in a double overtime loss. Stephen Curry played brilliantly, Harrison Barnes took his game to another level, Jarrett Jack hit clutch shots and Klay Thompson even though he had his ups and downs offensively, played outstanding defense. Looking ahead to
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Should The 2013 NBA Playoffs Be Called The Miami Heat Invitational?

With the 2013 NBA Finals set to begin, one cannot help but think that the defending champion Miami Heat have all but booked their after-parties and champagne. Thanks to one of the most dominating regular seasons in NBA history by newly crowned NBA Most Valuable Player LeBron James and the Heat’s captivating 27-game win streak, NBA commissioner David Stern should just hand the Larry O’Brien trophy to Heat owner Micky