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Is LeBron James A Superstar?

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".

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Resetting The NBA Finals

With the NBA Finals tied at 1-1, Charley Rose, of foxsports.com, revisits the match-up between the Dallas Mavericks, and the Miami Heat.

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Game 2 Of NBA Finals Tonight

Will LeBron James and the Miami Heat take a commanding 2-0 lead? Or will Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks steal a pivotal game on the road? And what's the latest on Dirk Nowitzki's injured finger? Game 2 of the NBA Finals will tip-off at 8:00 tonight in Miami.

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Larry Bird Is A Dirk/Mavs Fan

Marc Stein, of espn.com, says that NBA legend Larry Bird is "honored" to be compared to Dallas Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitski, and that Bird is pulling for the Mavs in the NBA Finals.

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NBA Finals Begins Tonight

Less than a year after the "decision" transformed them into villains, the Miami Heat will play in the NBA Finals. Will LeBron James and Dwyane Wade win a ring in year one together? Or will Dirk Nowitzki and the explosive Dallas Mavericks bring home their first championship?

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Chandler & Stevenson Have Become Defensive Stoppers For Mavericks

One of the reasons the Dallas Mavericks are an improved basketball team this year, and have made it to the NBA Finals, is because of their improved defense. The defensive "stoppers" for the Mavs are former New Orleans Hornet Tyson Chandler, and DeShawn Stevenson. Billy Witz, of foxsportssouthwest, has the story, below.

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Heat/Mavericks Finals Show It Takes A “Team” To Win

Game of of the NBA Finals takes place tonight, in Miami, Florida, as the Miami Heat play host to the Dallas Mavericks. There will be may outstanding players in the series, with the likes of Dirk Nowitski, LeBron James, and Dwyane Wade, but neither of these teams would be in the finals if they didn't get contributions from their entire roster. Michael Rosenberg, of SI.com, has the story, below.

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