Dancer Dimes: Teressa | Miami Heat Dancers

Besides Cleveland, Miami may be next in line to come out of the Eastern Conference and make a NBA Finals appearance. Do you agree? The fans in South Beach would certainly agree. Celebrating their hot start to the season—sitting at 9-4 and winners of 7 of their last 10—Ball Before All features third-year Heat dancer Teressa in its Dancer Dimes. Check out the rest of the … Continue reading Dancer Dimes: Teressa | Miami Heat Dancers

Why LeBron James is the Most Polarizing Superstar In NBA History

It’s official. “The Decision, Part II” has passed though the wire, this time through the print medium. The biggest free agent in NBA history summed it up in three simple words: “I’m coming home.” Cleveland’s favorite son is returning to his roots. The return wasn’t exactly predestined, but the allure of a potential roster consisting of himself, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love, Dion Waiters and Andrew … Continue reading Why LeBron James is the Most Polarizing Superstar In NBA History

A Look at the Catch-22 That is Modern NBA Free Agency

The morass that we call NBA free agency has taken some stark changing curves over the past half-decade. Instead of building from the bottom up, NBA franchises find a loophole to the Davey O’Brien trophy by congregating in a top market with other superstars to create “super teams”. To supplement this money scheme, free agents take a short hiatus from making any decision and feed … Continue reading A Look at the Catch-22 That is Modern NBA Free Agency

Free Agency Frenzy: Plenty of Deals Already

While the big names haven’t made their decisions just yet, many key NBA free agents have already agreed to deals—verbally—through three days of negotiations. Here are some of the top signings and rumors thus far in free agency. LeBron James – The King’s free agency tour is much different than his 2010 spectacle. While he hasn’t visited any teams so far, news recently broke  that James’agent has … Continue reading Free Agency Frenzy: Plenty of Deals Already

San Antonio Spurs Win 2013-14 NBA Championship

Tim Duncan is now a five-time NBA Champion, while his teammates have worked together in this series to beat the Heat 4-1 in this year’s NBA Finals. Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker are two other studs in this series that made it all happen for the Spurs. Parker came through with his leadership and sharp-shooting, while Kawhi earned Finals MVP. Although LeBron’s numbers were never … Continue reading San Antonio Spurs Win 2013-14 NBA Championship

The Conference Finals are Set

Often times, a dark horse can emerge late in the playoffs. Last year it was the No. 5 seeded Memphis Grizzlies who took down Denver in the opening round and breezed by OKC in the semifinals to reach the Western Conference Finals. As the fourth seed out East in 2012, the Celtics had Miami in a panic in the Big Three’s second year together. When the … Continue reading The Conference Finals are Set

A Brief Look at the NBA Playoffs: Eastern Conference

Eastern Conference No. 1 Indiana Pacers vs. No. 8 Atlanta Hawks – Indiana’s downward spiral has caused concerns for Pacers fan across the world. If they hope to meet Miami in the conference finals (presumably), they’ll have to get through the Hawks first. It won’t be easy, but Indiana gets it done. Pacers win in six. No. 2 Miami Heat vs. No. 7 Charlotte Bobcats … Continue reading A Brief Look at the NBA Playoffs: Eastern Conference

LeBron Unveils New Black Mask

After breaking his nose against the Oklahoma City Thunder a few days ago, King James returns tonight against the New York Knicks with a black protective mask. His new look has already sparked plenty of attention and will likely have social outlets such as Twitter going nuts. James seems to have made the mask a fashion statement but it’s more important to see how he’ll perform … Continue reading LeBron Unveils New Black Mask