In an offensive slugfest the Dallas Mavericks closed the game on a 15-3 run to defeat the Miami Heat 112-103 and take a 3-2 lead in the NBA Finals as the series shifts to Miami.
We now have a best-of-three series for the title, with Miami having the home court advantage. The Mavericks still need to win Game Five to have a reasonable chance of hoisting the championship trophy.
Hotshot minor leaguer Bryce Harper hit a long homer. Instead of hustling out of the batter's box, he stood and admired it. If that wasn't bad enough, as he neared home, he blew a kiss to the opposing pitcher.
In the wake of Miami's impressive Game 3 victory, I joined The Odd Couple of 610 Sports Radio in Houston to break down how and why Dallas faltered at home.
if fan spirit if any indication of a team's success on the court, consider the following: During the month of May, "Miami Heat" boasted 83 percent more listings on eBay and 56 percent more in sales than "Dallas Mavericks."
In a closely contested game of runs, the Miami Heat held off the Dallas Mavericks 88-86 - the difference in this game was the play of Dwyane Wade.
In the final seven minutes of the game Dallas outscored Miami 22-5 to escape with a thrilling 95-93 victory to even the series at 1-1. It was Miami's first home loss after 10 wins in this season's playoffs. So what happened?
On Thursday before Game 2, I joined Salt Lake City's 1280 The Zone to talk all things NBA Finals and NBA Draft on The Gordon Monson Show.
Shaquille O'Neal announced his retirement on Twitter. No tears. No fuss. Just a direct message to his fans. Next thing you know, sports commentators will be rendered obsolete.
For the opportunity to witness a piece of the first Stanley Cup Title since the days of Orr, fans are paying a hefty premium over the regular season average price -- 1,220% to be exact.
Stunning news. Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel resigning. His players got illegal benefits, and he lied to the NCAA. It's stunning on two levels. Whoever heard of a coach paying the piper for his misdeeds?
If there's one thing the public should denounce it's bad poll reporting. ESPN's poll results raise far more questions about their methods than they answer about James' popularity.
The real American game has always been business, played for centuries with winners and losers along the way. The National Basketball Association has repeatedly claimed that it is a loser at this market contest.
I recently appeared on two sports radio stations, discussing the NBA's conference finals, and taking a glance ahead at the upcoming NBA Draft in June.
The Heat were a no-brainer pick in the conference finals. Three superstars versus one should be an easy Heat victory. So why did the Bulls coast to a 103-82 Sunday night in game one? One word, depth.
HuffPost's Jordan Schultz broke down the NBA Playoffs on Tuesday with Noah Coslov of CineSport.