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Mario Chalmers Passes to LeBron Through Khris Middleton's Legs (VIDEO)

Mario Chalmers finds LeBron James with a sweet between through the legs pass for the post shot and the foul. CONTINUE READING HERE >>>...
by ALLAN is the MAN on Nov 13, 2013

The NBA: Can the Heat Three-Peat?

Will South Florida celebrate a 3rd straight victory rally next year? The Miami Heat just finished a successful defense of their Larry O'Brien trophy. They have now won back-to-back NBA titles which elevates them to a special group. So, can they do...
by Hoop Nut on Aug 12, 2013

Real Winner of Monday’s Game 7: the Spurs

As the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat get set to square off in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals on Monday for the right to advance to the NBA Finals, one team has already benefited from the long series and that team won’t be on the court...
by Outside the Redzone on Jun 3, 2013

Daily Rundown: Pacers Down Heat to Force Game 7

The Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers continued their trend of alternating wins as Indiana topped the Heat 91-77 in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals on Saturday night to even the series and force a decisive Game 7. Miami led 40-39 at the half, but...
by Outside the Redzone on Jun 2, 2013

Indiana Forces Game 7 with Dominant Game 6 Win

INDIANAPOLIS – From the very beginning, this series has been punch-counterpunch. It was Indiana’s turn to counterpunch after Miami landed its knockout blow during the third quarter of Game 5, and Indiana landed its hay-maker at the same time.
by Outside the Redzone on Jun 2, 2013

Daily Rundown: James Powers Heat Past Pacers

LeBron James scored 16 of his game-high 30 points in the third quarter as the Miami Heat outscored Indiana 30-13 in the period to erase a four-point Indiana halftime lead. The Pacers could not mount a serious rally over the final 12 minutes as Miami...
by Outside the Redzone on May 31, 2013

Heat Take Game 5, 90-79

MIAMI – This series has been defined, in large part, by dominance. Indiana has dominated the glass, holding a +42 edge in rebounding heading into Game 5, and controlled the middle. Through much of the first half, Indiana used their height and l...
by Outside the Redzone on May 31, 2013

The NBA: 2013 ECF: New "Big 3" helps Miami Win

Udonis Haslem had another big game in Game 5 and the Heat won by double digits.His numbers were similar to their win in Game 3. Are we seeing a pattern?(Image from: Lynne Sladky/AP) #MVP #SuperMario #ThisIsUD Miami is one win away from making their...
by Hoop Nut on May 31, 2013

Daily Rundown: Kings Advance to West Finals

The defending champion Los Angeles Kings entered Tuesday’s Game 7 of the Western Conference Semifinals undefeated at home in the playoffs. After a scoreless first period, the Kings scored twice in the second period and held off the San Jose Sha...
by Outside the Redzone on May 29, 2013

Daily Rundown: Heat Rout Pacers to Take 2-1 Series Lead

After two very competitive games in Miami, the Miami Heat had no problem with the Indiana Pacers in Game 3 in Indianapolis. Miami scored 70 points in the first half, a franchise playoff record, and shot 55 percent from the field in a 114-96 rout to t...
by Outside the Redzone on May 27, 2013

Miami Dominates Indiana in Game 3, 114-96

INDIANAPOLIS – During the first two games of this Eastern Conference Finals series, the Indiana Pacers forced the Miami Heat to read from their script. There was some question heading into Game 3 if LeBron James would continue to be a one-man s...
by Outside the Redzone on May 27, 2013

Miami Takes Game 1 in OT

MIAMI – “Welcome to the Eastern Conference Finals,” Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra said as he sat at the podium after the team’s 103-102 Game 1 victory. And what a welcome it was. LeBron James rescued the Heat in overtime as his running l...
by Outside the Redzone on May 23, 2013

Miami Outlasts Chicago to Take Game 3

CHICAGO – Coming off a game that featured 51 personal fouls, nine technical fouls, two flagrant fouls and a pair of ejections, the Miami Heat entered the Madhouse on Madison knowing it would closer to a gladiatorial bout than an actual free-flo...
by Outside the Redzone on May 11, 2013

NBA Playoff Rundown (May 8th)

The NBA Playoffs resumed on Wednesday with a pair of Game 2s. There will be no games held on Thursday. The playoffs will resume with a pair of games on Friday night. Eastern Conference Semifinals – Game 2 (5) Chicago Bulls 78, (1) Miami Heat 11...
by Outside the Redzone on May 9, 2013

Daily Rundown: Heat Blast Bulls to Even Series

The Miami Heat bounced back from a stunning Game 1 loss to top the Chicago Bulls 115-78 on Wednesday and even their best-of-seven series at one game apiece. The 37-point victory is the largest in team playoff history for Miami and at one point in the...
by Outside the Redzone on May 9, 2013

Miami Routs Chicago in Game 2

MIAMI – Tasting adversity really for the first time this calendar year, the Miami Heat found themselves in a nip-and-tuck physical contest of wills against the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls had punched the Heat in the mouth and stolen Game 1, so Gam...
by Outside the Redzone on May 9, 2013

Chicago Tops Miami in Game 1

MIAMI – At this point, the “rest” vs. “rust” debate should be in full swing. The battered and bruised Chicago Bulls served notice to the Miami Heat and the rest of the NBA world by stealing Game 1 of the best-of-seven Eastern Conference...
by Outside the Redzone on May 7, 2013

Miami Runs By Milwaukee for 3-0 Series Lead

MILWAUKEE – Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra expected a “desperate, competitive response” from the Milwaukee Bucks in their home arena. It had been three years since Milwaukee had hosted a playoff game, and while the effort matched the antici...
by Outside the Redzone on Apr 26, 2013

Heat Handle Short-Handed Bulls

MIAMI – In what might very well be their last regular-season game of the year, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh led the Miami Heat against a physical, yet short-handed Chicago Bulls team. Chicago is still grappling for position in the E...
by Outside the Redzone on Apr 14, 2013

Daily Rundown: Anthony Drops 50 as Knicks Top Heat

The Miami Heat played on Tuesday night without LeBron James, Dwyane Wade or Mario Chalmers in the lineup, but that did not stop New York Knicks’ forward Carmelo Anthony from putting on a show. Anthony tied his career-high with 50 points on 18-f...
by Outside the Redzone on Apr 3, 2013
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