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Topic - Nba Playoff
As the final horn in a Game 6 loss to the Indiana Pacers was sounding, LeBron James walked toward several of his Miami Heat teammates to shake some hands and share a couple of quick words.
Parity has struck the NBA playoffs, where the conference semifinals are all fit to be tied.
Even as Masai Ujiri accepted the NBA's executive of the year trophy from club President Josh Kroenke on Thursday, the Denver Nuggets general manager said he would have given it up gladly in exchange for a deep playoff run.
After much ado, Lil Wayne is finally going to see an NBA playoff game in Oklahoma City.
Their faces are pockmarked with ever-expanding wrinkles, their bodies seem to ache all the time _ the telltale signs of an athletic career marching glumly toward its final chapter.
"Battleship" is big, dumb fun that knows it's big, dumb fun and enthusiastically embraces its big, dumb, fun nature.
An increasing number of U.S.-based players and basketball officials, who are watching the games on ESPN3.com, are realizing that some of the most dramatic and hard-fought action is happening across the Atlantic.
Eventually, Jordan Hamilton or another guy taken late in the first round of this year's NBA draft will blossom into a quality player, perhaps even an All-Star.
Although Dwyane Wade would have certainly been thrilled with a cakewalk, he knew the NBA finals would not go any differently than the rest of this season did for the Miami Heat.
A 38-year-old TV sports anchor from Chicago was found dead Thursday morning in his Atlanta hotel room, where he was staying while covering the Chicago Bulls-Atlanta Hawks NBA playoff series.