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LeBron flirts with triple-double as Heat rally
ESPN.com Updated Jan 2, 2013
LeBron James scored 32 points and finished one assist shy of a triple-double, Dwyane Wade scored 27 and the Miami Heat rallied both early and late before beating the Dallas Mavericks 119-109 in overtime on Wednesday night.Share Tweet
nydailynews.com Jan 2, 2013From their alarming defensive lapses, to Raymond Felton’s absence and to the return of Amar’e Stoudemire possibly screwing up Carmelo Anthony’s MVP bid, the Knicks find themselves in their first great crisis of the season.Share Tweet
Grizzlies hand reeling Celtics fourth straight lossGrizzlies hand reeling Celtics fourth straight lossShare TweetESPN.com Jan 2, 2013Boston Celtics had both Avery Bradley (shoulders) and Rajon Rondo (hip) in the starting lineup for Wednesday's 93-83 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies.Share Tweet
The Next Big Thing?: Coming out of Virginia Commonwealth, Larry Sander…Coming out of Virginia Commonwealth, Larry Sanders was the epitome of a project. But he has evolved over three years in Milwaukee and still has big ambitions, says Lee Jenkins.Share Tweet
Mavs' Carlisle backs off threat to suspend playersMavs' Carlisle backs off threat to suspend playersShare TweetEvery so often, the teacher becomes the student, and last night in Madison Square Garden, the return of Amar’e Stoudemire was overshadowed by Damian Lillard one-upping the ultimate clutch player, Carmelo Anthony, in winning time. If the NBA ever gets itShare Tweet
Heat Top Mavs In OTJan 2LeBron James one assist shy of triple-double in Heat's 119-109 OT win over Mavericks.
Rockets Fly By Hornets, 104-92Jan 2James Harden leads Rockets with 31 points.
Celtics Suffer Fourth Straight LossJan 2Mike Conley scores 23 points and dishes out nine assists to lead Grizzlies to 93-83 win over Celtics.
Lee Jenkins: More polished Sanders hopes to be The Next Big ThingJan 2In the winter of 2009, NBA scouts flocked to Virginia Commonwealth University, lured by a fearless point guard named Eric Maynor, who would soon become a first-round draft pick. While watching Maynor in Richmond, the scouts noticed a springy center on t…