PostGame; NBA Playoffs 2012 Round 2; MIA at IND Game 6

I just gotta say that this pic right here, is unbelievable.

That is DWade running up for a bank shot over the outstretched arms of IND defense, and scoring a total of 41, FORTY ONE, leading his team in to the Eastern Conference Finals.

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PostGame; NBA Playoffs 2012 Round 2; MIA vs. IND Game 2. Alternate Title: The David West Show

MIA loses to IND 75 – 78, and yes you read that right, the alternate title of this post is, The David West Show.

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Liveblog: Miami Heat @ Dallas Mavericks, ’10-’11 Finals, Game 3

Liveblog: Dallas Mavericks @ Miami Heat, ’10-’11 Finals, Game 2

Heat In 5

Here are my reasons.

More Weapons – LeBron, Dwade and the timely return of Haslem.

Mike Miller – The amazing play of Miller is the most telling of all considering he is able to concentrate inspite of his newborn daughter being in the hospital (no one deserves to go through anything like that and I wish him and his daughter well). Yet personal situations like that always seem to draw the best out of players, who at this stage of the season look for inspiration from almost anything, be it a negatively written article in the press, their mom’s birthday, or occasionally, personal tragedy. I suspect it helps them gain perspective really, because it reminds them that there are bigger things in life than mere basketball games and so it frees them from the tension. Whatever it may be, it’s in full effect on Miller. And if he can contribute his usual good shooting and now reliable rebounding, you’ve got an extra guy contributing big time off the bench.

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Heat One Man Show Not Good Enough Against Celtics

Before I launch into discussion re Miami’s chances, here’s how to get fouled Paul Pierce style.

First, while holding the ball, extend your arms downwards, inviting the defender to extend his arms to try and deflect / tap the ball away.

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