If LeBron James is look for reason to believe the Cavaliers still have a chance, he can start by asking his buddy Dwyane Wade. (Getty Images)
LeBron James and the Cavaliers look just about done after dropping the first two game of the NBA Finals by a total of 48 points. It’s reasonable to count them out given that only three teams in league history have rallied from down 2-0.
One of those, the most recent, was
the Heat in 2006.
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Now that LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are back in the NBA Finals, would LeBron James consider returning to Miami if the Cavs win the championship?
Check out the video above.
And would you as a Heat fan welcome him back? Let us know in the comments section below or on Facebook.
Curry or Leonard for MVP? (Getty Images)
The NBA MVP award is one of the toughest to pick, even in a year when Stephen Curry lit it up like he did this season.
The voting was announced this morning, and Curry became the first unanimous winner in league history. Here is
The Palm Beach Post’s MVP ballot:
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LeBron James is talking about a Heat-Cavs Eastern Conference Finals, but Dwyane Wade’s mind isn’t there yet. (Getty Images)
Dwyane Wade might be just as excited about a
Heat-Cavaliers showdown in the Eastern Conference finals as LeBron James is, but he isn’t talking about it.
Continue reading “2016 NBA playoffs: Wade not interested in Heat-Cavs talk”
Goran Dragic says the Heat shouldn’t fear Cleveland or Toronto in the playoffs. (Getty Images)
With all the fretting about who Miami might face in the first round of the postseason this weekend, Goran
Dragic thinks the other teams should be the worried ones.
the Heat go in without home-court advantage, they believe they are good enough to beat whoever they draw out of the Hawks, Hornets and Celtics.
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Riley and James, roughly a month before their meeting in Las Vegas. (Getty Images)
The details surrounding LeBron James’ departure from
the Heat will leak out in bits and pieces for years and an interesting one popped up this morning.
During a segment discussing whether the Heat would ever be willing to bring back James, who has endured some turbulence in Cleveland since leaving, ESPN Radio host Dan Le Batard revealed something that bothered Pat Riley when he met with James in the summer of 2014.
Continue reading “ESPN Radio: LeBron glued to soccer broadcast during 2014 meeting with Riley”
Dragic does a lot of things. Dunking isn’t one of them. (Getty Images)
Goran Dragic hasn’t dunked since joining
the Heat last February, and that somehow remains true tonight despite the most open 1-on-0 fastbreak in world history.
Continue reading “Goran Dragic on failed dunk attempt: “It was a flat tire” (video)”
Joe Johnson believed Miami was one or two players away from a title run. (Getty Images)
The race for Joe Johnson last month essentially came down to
the Heat and Cavaliers, two teams that are always angling at each other and will meet Saturday in Miami.
Continue reading “Joe Johnson spurned Cavs because Heat “a piece away from being at top””
LeBron James still seems to love Miami. (Getty Images)
Is LeBron James coming back to Miami? Because he sure seems to miss it here.
Continue reading “LeBron can’t quit Miami”