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Topic - Ray Allen
Since 1983, the Big East tournament has been played at Madison Square Garden. It became an event more than a college basketball championship. For a few days, New York City cared about a sport it usually doesn't.
LeBron James set the tone pregame. Dwyane Wade took over in the fourth quarter.
For LeBron James, the mask was distinctive.
LeBron James watched from the bench in a stylish gray suit, and with the game deadlocked at halftime, he took off his necktie.
There was a hint of panic as Dwyane Wade wondered whether elder actually was eldest.
Marvin Williams has been so hot the last three games that he didn't let an air ball bother him.
The Miami Heat played the final minutes the way championship teams are supposed to. The Los Angeles Clippers are still perfecting the art of closing out games against the elite teams.
Outfought for a late rebound by Dwyane Wade, a grinning LeBron James chided his teammate as they ran upcourt.
Dwyane Wade came off the bench for the first time in more than six years. The Larry O'Brien Trophy wasn't at stake. Spurs coach Gregg Popovich sported a casual, no-tie look.
Paul Pierce might have trouble finding the visitors' locker room or controlling his emotions in his return to Boston.
It's not common for Chris Bosh to put up a big number of shots.
Their big early lead was gone, the Miami Heat were trailing with 3 minutes remaining and the two-time defending champions seemed very much in trouble.
Miami guard Dwyane Wade is missing his second straight game as he again rests his knees, leaving Ray Allen as the fill-in starter against Atlanta.
Former Patriots cornerback Marquice Cole is among the Broncos' inactives for the AFC title game.
Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra says Dwyane Wade and Chris Andersen will not play against the Charlotte Bobcats.
Ray Allen added 13 for Miami, which was coming off a trip where it lost at Houston, San Antonio and Chicago, the last of those coming in a late collapse on Sunday.