Oklahoma City Thunder
Lebron James and the Miami Heat defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder in five games to capture the NBA Championship. As everyone knows, it was Lebron’s first and if you think the city of Cleveland isn’t still stinging over Lebron James ‘decision’ to seek greener pastures in Miami, think again.
With the NBA Finals now approaching game five and LeBron James now on the door step of his first NBA title, it raises the question what if the Heat somehow go on to lose in seven games to the Thunder?
Next time, the Oklahoma City Thunder will know the rule. Not knowing it might have cost them Game 4 of the NBA Finals.
CBS Local Sports was able to get a look at Battier’s pregame playlist, and as expected, it’s the perfect mix of songs to inspire a veteran playing a for a title.
The Heat have been here before, two wins from an NBA title. The difference now? LeBron James isn’t letting his head get in the way of his talent.
Just about everything is better for teams at home. The crowds are nicer. The rims are friendlier. The surroundings are more comfortable.
The NBA Finals’ Game 2 drew the highest preliminary television rating since 2004.
I have to admit, the NBA Finals actually have appeal.
The Miami Heat evened the NBA Finals at one game apiece with a 100-96 victory over the Oklahoma City on Thursday night.
Kevin Durant scored 17 of his 36 points in the fourth quarter, Russell Westbrook added 27 points and 11 assists, and the Oklahoma City Thunder rallied from a 13-point deficit to beat the Miami Heat 105-94 on Tuesday night in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.