For two days, the thought was that LeBron James needed to do more for his teammates.
San Antonio came away from Miami with a split of the NBA Finals’ opening two games, but Spurs guard Manu Ginobili said Sunday’s crushing 103-84 loss to the Heat in Game Two had taken the gloss off their performance in Florida.
Miami’s Mario Chalmers has never lacked for confidence, indeed some would say he possessed too much of it, but on Sunday, the guard showed he has the game to back up the swagger as the Heat hit back to tie the best-of-seven NBA Finals series at 1-1.
The Miami Heat rebounded from their NBA Finals opening game loss in emphatic style on Sunday, crushing the San Antonio Spurs 103-84 in Game Two to square the best-of-seven series.
After a shaky start, LeBron James and the Heat dominated the Spurs, whose offense fell apart with 17 turnovers.
Mario Chalmers marched toward midcourt with a message.
The Miami Heat bounced back from a Game 1 loss with an emphatic victory over the San Antonio Spurs.
LeBron James had another decision to make.
Chauncey Billups was voted the first winner of the Twyman/Stokes award, named for N.B.A. Hall of Famers who shared a remarkable bond.
There were no miracles from Tony Parker in Game 2.
Jason Kidd, who led the Nets to the N.B.A. finals in 2002 and 2003, has placed his name in the candidate pool, according to a person briefed on the team’s search.
Jason Kidd is interested in the Brooklyn Nets’ coaching position and plans to talk to the team this week, a person familiar with the situation said Sunday.
A snapshot of Flo Rida and Phyllis Katz, the wife of Raanan Katz, a minority owner of the Heat, sitting next to each other at a recent playoff game became the subject of online fascination.
“The Doctor,” a new documentary about Julius Erving on NBA TV, delves into his amazing feats on the court and may make fans smile or cry, but it leaves out significant information.
Danny Green does a lot of different things well, which means he’s fitting right in with San Antonio.
Tracy McGrady, a seven-time All-Star and two-time scoring champion, has been simulating LeBron James in practice for the San Antonio Spurs.
Jason Kidd wants to return to the Nets, and not just as a retired number in the rafters. The greatest player in the franchise’s NBA history has been actively lobbying for Brooklyn’s vacant coaching position, a source confirmed from a Yahoo! Report.