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  • 2014 NBA Champions
    San Antonio Spurs and fans celebrate a fifth championship win
    Spurs fans in and around San Antonio are invited to come out to downtown San Antonio Wednesday, June 18 and help the San Antonio Spurs celebrate their fifth NBA Championship win. The celebration begins with a river parade at 6 p.m. on the River...
  • James end
    Heat at critical point heading into future
    Retool or rebuild?That’s pretty much the situation for the Miami Heat following their devastating defeat in the NBA Finals at the hands (and legs and arms) of the San Antonio Spurs.Which it will be depends on what their Big Three of LeBron...
  • Tim Duncan reacts to win
    What the Spurs players and coach did after beating the Heat in the Finals
    After a Game 5 Finals victory of 104-87 in their AT&T Center home in San Antonio, the Spurs joined their families, friends and fans in celebration.MVP Kawhi Leonard, again help lead the way with a performance of 22 points and 10 rebounds for...
  • James watches end of reign
    Heat go from being NBA champs to potential future without Big Three
    The 2014 NBA Finals would make history in one way or another for the Miami Heat. Either the Heat would secure a three-peat over the San Antonio Spurs, or their fourth straight NBA Finals might well be the last of the Big Three era. Given how Miami...
  • James puts season on the line
    Heat have NBA Finals, future and legacy on the line in Game 5
    The NBA Finals haven't lost a lot of drama, just because the San Antonio Spurs have pulled away over the Miami Heat. While the Spurs seem set on ending the NBA Finals on June 15 at home, the Heat could have a lot more ending than that. With...
  • Spurs and Holland redemption
    Spurs and Holland beat down foes in same week
    It is easy to assume that the NBA Finals is pretty much over and everyone should just turn their focus completely on the world cup and watch eventful filled games after games, seeing how futbol fans around the world really cheer and pull their...
  • Tough going
    Thriving in adversity is one thing; what Heat face now is more than just that
    Since the arrival of LeBron James and Chris Bosh in the summer of 2010 to form a “Big Three” with Dwyane Wade, the Miami Heat have earned a reputation of thriving in adversity.A year ago, for instance, they were seconds away from...
  • Heat buried further in Game 4
    Spurs have an even easier time humilating Heat in Game 4
    The San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat have been very close in their NBA Finals matchups. The Spurs and Heat traded wins and losses in their first NBA Finals meeting, and seemed destined to do it again in 2014. But on June 12, San Antonio took a big...
  • Chalmers in loss
    Heat must find answer at the point
    Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra certainly is not averse to making changes to his starting lineup — witness the jockeying he has done at a forward spot with Rashard Lewis, Shane Battier, and Udonis Haslem having started six games each at the...
  • Leonard, Spurs scorch up Heat
    Heat unable to make Spurs miss for much of Game 3 loss
    The Miami Heat last played the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA Finals at home in two classic victories. But in Game 3 of the 2014 NBA Finals on June 10, the Spurs had their chance to finally erase the memories of their last playoff visit to Miami....
  • Heat carry finals home court again
    Heat look to keep defending home court in NBA Finals
    The Miami Heat know how to win in the NBA Finals, especially at home. As such, the San Antonio Spurs made a big mistake letting the Heat win Game 2 of the NBA Finals on June 8, ceding home court advantage as a result. Therefore, the Spurs must win...
  • LeBron
    Heat in familiar territory against Spurs
    With their 98-96 victory over San Antonio in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, the Miami Heat find themselves in a very familiar position.For a third straight year, they are 1-1 after the first two games of the championship series.But there is a twist...
  • James endures Game 2
    Heat, James finish stronger over Spurs in Game 2
    The NBA Finals got back to normalcy on June 8. With the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs playing in working air conditioning for Game 2, and with LeBron James lasting the full 48 minutes, this latest turning point in the NBA Finals had no...
  • Mario Chalmers
    James’ absence not the only factor in Heat’s loss to Spurs in Finals opener
    LeBron James missed the last four minutes of the Miami Heat’s loss to San Antonio in Game 1 of the NBA Finals, sidelined by cramping problems brought on by the failure of air conditioning in the AT&T Center.His loss, no doubt, was a key...
  • James cramps up
    James' cramps become deciding factor against Heat in NBA Finals opener
    The NBA Finals had a surreal start in San Antonio on June 5. While the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat were seemingly fighting to the finish in Game 1 of their rematch, actual heat became a factor in the NBA Finals for the first time since the...