Moving forward minus Bosh, Miami is highly vulnerable. Let us not forget that this was the eighth most efficient half-court offense in basketball this year, and that was with Bosh. In other words, if they cannot get out and run, they can be beaten.
Whether or not Amar'e returns for Game 4 at the Garden, as he proclaimed he will on Wednesday, remains to be seen, but if the Knicks have any chance at prolonging this series, it is with him out of the lineup.
So many extreme athletes and power players do outrageous things outside of their sport or job. Why? Because the thrill of an adrenaline rush is often exceeded by the agony of an adrenaline crash.
It remains to be seen how James will fare should the Heat make it to the Finals, but if his regular season is any indication he may fare much differently than last season.
Like last year's first round series with the Celtics, hopes are high in New York -- despite the fact that every major analyst has told us we aren't going to make it pass the first round, we believe.
In a new segment with Noah Coslov of CineSport, I break down a potential sleeping giant in the Western Conference, and discuss why the Lakers have enjoyed success with the injured Kobe Bryant out of the lineup.
By paying tribute to Trayvon Martin, are the athletes now suggesting they are ready to confront some of this nation's most compelling social disorders, such as poverty, housing, and health care? Should they?
Here, though, is my question: would it be better for me to give up paying attention to sports beyond this Lent? Would I be a more spiritual person? A more productive minister?
In the ninth episode of Sports Blitz Now, Jordan Schultz and host Scott Braun break down the Giants chances of beating Green Bay at Lambeau Field, and why Tim Tebow's miraculous season is about to come to an abrupt end.
There's nothing like a traffic jam to point to the fact that a bash is gonna be packed. When the four lanes of traffic is backed up for blocks in both directions and the host is Miami Heat DJ Irie, packed is only half the given.
Sports fans, basketball fans, fans of all ages and genders, it is time to have the courage to call out David Stern for megalomania.
It was clear everyone's first call would go to Orlando and New Orleans, seeking the prize 2012 free agents. What wasn't clear was that either would be available.
Miami: the destination for domestic relaxation. Most of us have memories of days on the beautiful beaches and evenings roaming a vibrant nightlife. Rarely does one venture across the causeway to explore what else lies in The Magic City.
Most people would be surprised to know that at our federal courthouse, a transplanted Miamian recently wrote an opinion that should provide the intellectual template for a Supreme Court affirmation of Affordable Health Care Act.
I have a suggestion to solve this sport's crisis. Give Mark Cuban the power to rep the owners with full authority to agree to the terms of a contract.
Sports metaphors pervade every crevice of American conversation, so it stands to reason that the National Basketball Association has opted to put asid...