While the Miami Heat crushed the Indiana Pacers last night, many bench players saw action late in the game. However, Heat forward Shane Battier remained on the bench, not registering a single minute. Shooting a paltry 12% in the series, and struggling to guard David West, Battier decided he'd contribute in any way possible...like drying off LeBron's sweat.
Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals was packed with plenty of drama before tip-off. Then tip-off took place, and the Miami Heat sucked all the drama out of the matchup, pummeling the Indiana Pacers by the score of...
Adrian Dantley, a six-time NBA All-Star, two-time scoring champion, and the 1997 NBA Rookie of the Year, is now making $17,000 a year, working as a school crossing guard, just outside of the Washington, D.C. area.
The New Orleans Hornets have displayed an alarming habit in this young NBA season...losing close games. After blowing a fourth quarter lead in Indiana, New Orleans fought back to force overtime, only to lose in the extra period to the Pacers by the score of 115-107. The loss marks...
OH...MY...GOD. Pacers guard Paul George is an accomplished dunker. At 6'10, with an amazing array of athleticism, George has displayed his skills on numerous occasions. However, this one takes the cake. Check out his 360-degree, through-the-legs windmill dunk while playing ball at a festival in China.
Dwyane Wade (pictured above) blew up for 41 points, propelling the Miami Heat to a 105-93 victory over the Indiana Pacers Thursday night. With the victory, Miami wins the series 4-2, and punch their ticket to the Eastern Conference Semifinals for the second straight season. LeBron James was...
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