MIAMI – There are plenty of reasons to pull for the Dallas Mavericks in Game 6 of the 2011 NBA Finals, which tips off Sunday night, at 8 p.m. Eastern.
In an instant, these NBA Finals went from being a potential sleeper to a possible classic.
One game into the 2011 NBA Finals, and we can surely wonder: will Miami’s roll ever end this post-season?
LeBron. D-Wade. Dirk.
NewsFeed enjoys a bit of hyperbole as much as the next site, but this just might have been the most eagerly-awaited return by a superstar in the history of the NBA (well, since the last one). But the result this time will have …
“No place like home!!”
– LEBRON JAMES, on how he feels about returning to Cleveland, the city he angered when he chose to leave his hometown team for the Miami Heat. The two teams will face off tonight. The first time the two …
Though the NBA’s All-Star weekend isn’t the cultural happening it used to be — sorry, I can’t get too geeked up to see JaVale McGee in the dunk contest, although his dunk of two balls into different baskets was pretty nifty — …
As if the Cleveland Cavaliers aren’t in pathetic enough shape – the team is 8-30, has dropped 21 of its last 22 games, and lost by 55 points to the Los Angeles Lakers Tuesday night – now their former franchise star is piling on.
There were a lot of overreported stories this year. And now we’re going to, uh, report on them some more by letting you know what they were.
Next stop on the LeBron James “Don’t You Wish You Had Me On Your Team, Suckas!” Tour … Broadway.
Here at Time Magazine, we’re closing in on our version of The Decision. What should we do?