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LeBron James Returns… Because it’s Cleveland

Welcome Home LeBron.

When the Going Gets Tough, the Weak Fold

LeBron James is holding up to his end of the promise to win “Not one, not two, not three, not four, not five, not six, not seven” championships with Miami. Eight years in and he’s still got “not one,” a fact that doesn’t look like it will change any time soon.

2011 NBA Finals Preview: Miami Heat vs. Dallas Mavericks

As we sit 2 weeks away from the entire NBA season being invalidated, not to mention the competitive balance in basketball… The Heat sit on the precipice of accomplishing the goal that they so obviously colluded to get. Standing in their way is a hungry Dallas team led by Dirk Nowitzki who has really stepped up his game in the playoffs. Which team will step up and get the job done?

2011 NBA Western Conference Finals Preview: Dallas Mavericks vs. Oklahoma City Thunder

The Dallas Mavericks and Oklahoma City Thunder have both earned their way to the Western Conference Finals. Only one team can continue on towards their goal of an NBA Championship, which will it be?

2011 NBA Eastern Conference Finals Preview: Chicago Bulls vs. Miami Heat

The Chicago Bulls and Miami Heat have both earned their way to the Eastern Conference Finals. Only one team can continue on towards their goal of an NBA Championship, which will it be?

LeBron James, Game Genie, and Why I’m Rooting Against the Heat

Full disclosure, I don’t want the Miami Heat to win the NBA Championship this year… or any year for that matter. However, they find themselves 8 wins away from doing just that. Here’s why I’m rooting against them now… and always.

2011 NBA Western Conference First Round Matchups

Hail the return of watchable NBA basketball! Aside from the fact that the NBA Playoffs last longer than Raiders’ head coaching tenures, they are everything that regular season games are not. Here’s a quick look at the first round matchups and some fearless predictions.

2011 NBA Eastern Conference First Round Matchups

Hail the return of watchable NBA basketball! Aside from the fact that the NBA Playoffs last longer than Raiders’ head coaching tenures, they are everything that regular season games are not. Here’s a quick look at the first round matchups and some fearless predictions.

2011 NBA Trade Deadline Winners and Losers

Let’s take a look at which of the major movers and shakers got better and which didn’t do themselves any favors.

The Cleveland Cavs are Revolutionizing Bad

Remember late November? Thanksgiving, Black Friday, family functions, food comas, and competitive Cavs games. In today’s Twitter-age where everything moves at warp speed, two months ago seems like two years ago, and what a difference two years has made for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

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