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Topic - Miami Heat
If the playoff-bound Atlanta Hawks were in any other sport, they might have a glimmer of hope for winning a championship.
Before the season started, a poll suggested that the Miami Heat were the overwhelming favorite to win the NBA title, collecting a whopping 76 percent of ballots cast.
Miami's path toward what it hopes is a third straight title and fourth straight appearance in the NBA Finals starts on Sunday against the Charlotte Bobcats, a team the Heat swept this season and are 15-0 against since James arrived in South Florida.
San Antonio and Indiana are top seeds. Brooklyn, Chicago, the Los Angeles Clippers, Oklahoma City, Golden State, Houston, Portland and the Heat all figure to have a legitimate chance at being the club to hoist the Larry O'Brien Trophy in a couple of months.
LeBron James was walking down the hallway that the Miami Heat call "Championship Alley" a few minutes after last season's NBA Finals, when he decided the time was right to send a message.
LeBron James was standing at his locker and chatting a few days ago when the conversation turned to which teams out there the Miami Heat might fear entering these playoffs.
LeBron James' jersey remains the most popular in the NBA.
The Memphis Grizzlies hoped Mike Miller would be healthy once they got to the postseason.
We look at the legitimate pros and cons of the Wizards' possible first round opponents with guest appearances by Gilbert Arenas, Rob Ford and Soulja Boy.
The Wizards have stumbled plenty with playing down to their opposition, but if they beat the Celtics it would be a significant step for a team that could climb to a No. 5 seed.
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Choosing rest for the playoffs over the pursuit of a top seed, Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra gave LeBron James and Chris Bosh the night off Monday against the Washington Wizards.
The Miami Heat spent their Monday morning working on their recent trend of poor road performances. Whether stars like LeBron James will face the Wizards remains uncertain.
Nene will play his 3rd game since returning from a knee injury and was almost angry when talking about the importance of Monday's game.
LeBron James and Chris Bosh are out while Nene is in for Monday's Heat-Wizards matchup at the Verizon Center. Coverage begins on CSN at 6:30 p.m.