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Roy Hibbert’s hanging pictures of his huge block on Carmelo Ant…

Roy Hibbert’s hanging pictures of his huge block on Carmelo Anthony in his ‘man cave’

yahoo.com Updated Jun 7, 2013
The Indiana Pacers' season came to an end when they were blown out by the Miami Heat in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals on Monday, but while the team's focus will now turn to offseason moves and the management of expectations, Indiana's individu…
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  • Erik Spoelstra: Chris Bosh was ‘probably open for a reason’ on …

    Erik Spoelstra: Chris Bosh was ‘probably open for a reason’ on his late 3-point miss

    yahoo.com Jun 7, 2013
    Heading into the NBA Finals, a number of analysts suggested that, with all due respect to the San Antonio Spurs, a Miami Heat offense that struggled mightily at times in the Eastern Conference finals would hit its stride after dispatching the Indiana Pa…
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  • Parker leads Spurs over Heat in Game 1 of Finals

    Parker leads Spurs over Heat in Game 1 of Finals

    CNNSI.com Jun 7, 2013
    MIAMI -- Tony Parker banked in a 16-footer with 5.2 seconds left for the last of his 21 points and the San Antonio Spurs stunned the Miami Heat 92-88 in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night.
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Sports Columnists

  • 2013 NBA playoffs -- LeBron shows effects of long season, tough East final…

    Jun 7
    Six weeks of playoff games and a taxing conference finals have taken their toll on LeBron James, Brian Windhorst writes.
  • Ian Thomsen: Dwyane Wade struggling to live up to his own outsized standar…

    Jun 7
    MIAMI -- Chris Bosh knocked down a pass by Tim Duncan and Dwyane Wade finished a dunk at the other end of the floor. The NBA Finals were 19 seconds old and Wade was airborne. It was a worrisome sign for the Spurs to see Wade hanging above the floor. It …
  • Ian Thomsen: Game 1 loss may spark Heat but Spurs pose tough obstacle

    Jun 7
    MIAMI -- A triple-double from LeBron James was not enough. Nine turnovers turned out to be too many. The gains of their runaway regular season and 27-game winning streak are gone. Now, maybe, the Heat can begin to feel comfortable and alive.