Posts Tagged ‘Dwyane Wade’

Dearly Departed: 5 Thoughts On The Fall Of The Miami Heat

Considering that the NBA Finals have now come and gone, this Dearly Departed entry hits home in a couple ways. One, the San Antonio Spurs were the last team standing. Two, the NBA season has officially come to an end. To me, the latter is more devastating than the fact that the Miami Heat were dethroned...
June 18th, 2014 | Basketball, Furious Stylez | Read More

The Heat, The Spurs And Changing Perceptions

Photo By Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports Four games into the NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs, and the predictable reactions still permeate the discussion. They’re essentially crafted around the image we have of both teams. The Big Three versus The Big Team, The Heatles against The...
June 14th, 2013 | A Sports Scribe, Basketball | Read More

Dwyane Wade’s Knee Still Works, LeBron’s Miami Heat Marches To The NBA Finals

I remember sitting down yesterday eating two tacos from Jack in the Box. These tacos cost a grand total of $1. While I was eating said tacos, I began to think about the upcoming contest between the Indiana Pacers and the Miami Heat in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals. My stomach began to toss...
June 4th, 2013 | Basketball, Ed The Sports Fan | Read More

Mike Greenberg, Dwyane Wade And The Clothes That Make Men

NBA Fashion Fever moved to the media world? No bueno! By now we’ve all seen Dwyane Wade’s notorious “European style” suits he’s been wearing to the arenas (which, by the way,  is still NOT cool by us Americans), but now it’s become infectious. Mike and Mike’s Mike Greenberg said...
May 17th, 2013 | Basketball, The NFL Chick | Read More

The Reorganization Of The Miami Heat’s Big 3

If you looked at the 2011-12 and 2012-13 NBA seasons in a vacuum, you’d swear on your life that LeBron James was the greatest basketball player and leader the game has seen since the days of Michael Jordan and the Miami Heat the most formidable collection of talent since the dynastic teams of...
May 15th, 2013 | Basketball, The Rev | Read More

About Miami’s Streak, Going Through The Motions And Ultimate Success

By Alex Wong / @steven_lebron On Monday, the Heat took their 22-game win streak into Boston, on the second half of a road back-to-back, against a Celtics team that for several years running has always given Miami the toughest competition in the regular season and playoffs. And so, if it’s possible...
March 20th, 2013 | Basketball, Steven LeBron, The Fam | Read More

The Way Of Wade, Li-Ning And Giving Other Sneaker Brands A Chance

This past Sunday I decided to get started early on some spring cleaning in my house. You see, I’ve lived in my new place here in Oakland for about 6 months, and for those 6 months I’ve lived like a normal person in about 75% of my residence. See, I live in a 2-bedroom apartment, and I’d...
February 25th, 2013 | Basketball, Ed The Sports Fan, Kicks & Gear | Read More

Changing Of The (Shooting) Guard

You all like lists, right? Well, try to make these lists: top five shooting guards NOT named Kobe Bryant or Dwyane Wade in the NBA today and future Hall of Fame shooting guards NOT named Kobe Bryant, Dwyane Wade or Ray Allen since 2000. Shockingly shorter lists than you imagined, right? It was once...
November 16th, 2012 | A Sports Scribe, Basketball | Read More

Tuesday’s Thoughts: Too Bad Jay-Z Couldn’t Make Dwyane Wade’s Free Agent Meeting With The Nets In 2010

Ed’s Note: This is an evolution of the Starting Lineups. The feeling here is, “less is more.” Plus, you deserve quality reading in your life. So support good words and get a good read in the process.  The Basketball Jones’ Seth Rosenthal on Jay-Z, LeBron and D-Wade Possibly...
November 13th, 2012 | Ed The Sports Fan | Read More

Starting Lineups: The Stephen A. Smith and Miami Heat Saturday Night Live Skit

As much as some of you may dislike the great Stephen A. Smith, it is a sign of ultimate respect when you are mocked. In this case, Jay Pharaoh mocked Stephen A. on Saturday Night Live, and threw in some hilarious sketch comedy involving LeBron James and the Miami Heat. Consider this skit killed; well...
May 21st, 2012 | Basketball, Ed The Sports Fan | Read More

Shooting Guards: The Hired Assassins of the Basketball

By Dr. Jeff A. Glenn / @jagadelic With Reggie Miller’s selection into the Basketball Hall of Fame and the Kobe Haters salivating over the Mamba’s recent 3 for 21 performance like a pack of wild dogs getting the scent of fresh meat (Yes, I’m talking to you, Kenny), shooting guards are...
April 9th, 2012 | Basketball, The Fam | Read More

The Five Takeaways That Matter Following the NBA Trade Deadline

The NBA trade deadline came and went on Thursday, and while the trade that everyone thought could happen (Dwight Howard being moved) didn’t, about 215 other transactions did occur before 3:00 pm that set Twitter, Facebook and any other form of social communication ablaze. The face of the lockout...
March 16th, 2012 | Basketball, Ed The Sports Fan | Read More

No Sympathy For Bron-Bron

I’ve never met Ethan Sherwood Strauss. I don’t follow him on Twitter, and he doesn’t follow me. But I know who he is, and I’m quite certain he knows who I am. And since I’m a social media crackhead, if you will, I saw a colleague of Strauss’s – of which we are mutual Twitter followers...
December 14th, 2011 | Basketball, From The Go, The Fam | Read More