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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - The 2006 Nba Finals
Dwyane Wade is ready to play basketball. Preferably in Miami.
Mark Cuban's quiet time continues.
Dwyane Wade was ailing, so LeBron James and Chris Bosh more than picked up the slack.
Dirk Nowitzki has never been an easy sell for the NBA.
The verbal jabbing of Phil Jackson and the mind games with Ron Artest will begin soon enough.
The officiating in Game 2 of the Portland-Dallas series was already going to be scrutinized after Trail Blazers coach Nate McMillan was fined $35,000 for his comments about the opener.
Dwyane Wade may be adding a new playoff accessory: Goggles.
One of Dwyane Wade's biggest rivals is back, at the worst possible time for the Miami Heat.
The ailing Miami Heat may not stay that way much longer.
There's a photo in the hallway that links Miami's home court and the Heat locker room, a huge image of Udonis Haslem leaping past Erick Dampier during the 2006 NBA finals.
Kobe Bryant had just finished with a Big Three when LeBron James and friends got to work building another.
Dwyane Wade expects to be away from the Miami Heat at times during the preseason because the case that will decide custody of his two sons is taking much longer than originally planned.
Dwyane Wade knows what he's going to hear for the next few days. It's the same question he's been getting for the past few weeks.