Miami Heat forward LeBron James certainly has taken a lot of criticism, throughout his career, and especially since joining his current team. CBSSports.com columnist Gregg Doyel becomes the last to blast James, asking if James is a "shrinking superstar".
Shaquille O'Neal just retired from the NBA, last week, after 19 seasons in the league. But Stephen A. Smith, of ESPNLosAngeles.com, says Shaq is missed already, for his personality, as much as his on-court play.
The Dallas Mavericks were down 88-73 with under 7 minutes left in regulation. It appeared the Mavs would go back to Dallas down 2-0, but then they went on a 22-5 run to end the game, stunning the Miami Heat 95-93 to even the NBA Finals at one game apiece. Dirk Nowitzki scored the last 9 points for the Mavericks, with two of his last three buckets coming courtesy of his injured left hand. Here is more blogging from Scott on the game.
Many people didn't like LeBron's James' decision to join up with Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat, during the offseason. Ken Berger, of cbssports.com is one of those people. But he also admits "The Decision" has proved to be effective. Read Berger's column, courtesy of cbssports.com, below.
Sure, the Dallas Mavericks and Miami Heat squared-off in the NBA Finals just five years ago, but other than Dirk Nowitski, and Dwyane Wade, these teams are vastly different. Ken Berger, of cbssports.com, has the story, below.
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