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Miami Shoots The Nets Off Against Atlanta; The Spurs Beat Linsanity
dimemag.com Updated Dec 11, 2012
If you checked out Miami’s 101-92 win against the Hawks last night, then you probably heard this statistic more than once: Atlanta had not allowed a single team to shoot above 50 percent against them all season. Impressive. Fittingly, they went into SouUpvote Share Tweet
Dwyane Wade shot a career-high 84.6 percent from the field on Monday in the Heat's 101-92 victory against the Hawks. Wade was 11 of 13 from field against Atlanta and he's 20 of 25 from the field in his last two games. Wade's hot hand led teammate LeBron…Upvote Share Tweet
Feats of uncanny athletic ability"I am just very blessed with some abilities to be able to go get them. Cole made me go get it for sure. He actually took that literally when I told him ‘just throw it anywhere.’ He actually took it literally on that one.”-LeBron JamesUpvote Share Tweet
ABOUT LAST NIGHT: Heat 101, Hawks 92GAME-STORY LINK: Click Me! BEST OF LAST NIGHT: Another season-high shooting night by the Heat. The team set a season high on Saturday against the Hornets with a field-goal percentage of 58 percent. On Monday against the Hawks, the Heat shot 58.2 percent…Upvote Share Tweet
LeBron Tells Barkley To Shut UpDec 11Stephen A. Smith discusses LeBron James saying Charles Barkley needs to shut up over his criticism of Dwyane Wade.
Daily Dime: Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks becoming hard to beat down the …Dec 11Brian Windhorst examines Round 2 between the Knicks and Nets.
NBA oddsmakers - Mavs, Celtics, Spurs, JazzDec 11Our panel predicts 2012-13 outcomes based on each team's current Hollinger Playoff Odds.
NBA experts rebuild Springfield's Hall of Fame - ESPN The MagazineDec 11Good news, Celtics fans! Paul Pierce is a charter member of ESPN The Magazine's analytically rebuilt Hall of Fame. Bad news? Bob Cousy and 111 other inductees are out.
Coast to Coast -- Should NBA ban 'Hack-a-Dwight'?Dec 11Should the NBA get rid of the "Hack-a-Dwight" strategy? J.A. Adande and Israel Gutierrez discuss.