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LeBron James Finishes Layup Despite Flagrant Foul

LeBron James Finishes Layup Despite Flagrant Foul Updated May 10, 2014
Brooklyn’s bonanza of three-point shooting at Barclays finally handed the Heat their first loss of the postseason Saturday night. It didn’t look like Brooklyn would win in the first quarter, though, as LeBron James steamrolled to 16 first-quarter points…
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  • Video - Paul Pierce's Clutch 4-Point Play 00:24

    Paul Pierce's Clutch 4-Point Play

    May 10
    Nets forward Paul Pierce nails a 3-pointer and is fouled by Heat guard Dywane Wade.
  • Video - Tempers Flare In Nets-Heat Scrum 00:36

    Tempers Flare In Nets-Heat Scrum

    May 10
    A scuffle ensues after Nets guard Allen Anderson gets tangled up with Heat guard Ray Allen in Game 3.
  • Video - Wade Steals And Deals 00:19

    Wade Steals And Deals

    May 10
    Miami guard Dwyane Wade steals the ball from Nets guard Joe Johnson and hits the two-handed slam.
  • Video - Johnson Drains Transition 3-Pointer 00:20

    Johnson Drains Transition 3-Pointer

    May 10
    Nets guard Joe Johnson nails the 3-pointer in transition against the Heat in Game 3.

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  • 2014 NBA playoffs: Heat lose first playoff game of 2014

    May 10
    The Nets earned a Game 3 win, which is the official wake-up call for the Heat's playoffs
  • Cleveland Cavaliers, David Griffin in talks to remove interim tag

    May 10
    The Cleveland Cavaliers have started negotiations with David Griffin to make him their permanent general manager, sources told
  • 2014 NBA playoffs -- Coming to terms with Los Angeles Clippers

    May 10
    The evidence is not strong that the Clippers will win the OKC series, but that will all be sorted out on the court, J.A. Adande writes.
  • Golden State Warriors like Stan Van Gundy, think Steve Kerr will coach els…

    May 10
    The Golden State Warriors are increasingly pessimistic about their chances of convincing Steve Kerr to turn down the New York Knicks in favor of Golden State's coaching job, according to sources close to the process.