Compilation shows Chris Bosh is undisputed champion of NBA videobombing (video)

The NBA released a compilation video on Wednesday that showcases just how much videobombing has become intertwined with the world of post-game interviews. Not surprisingly, the assembled footage reveals under no uncertain terms that Miami Heat star Chris Bosh is the undisputed champion of videobombing in the National Basketball Association. Bosh is featured several times […] The...
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Meet The King of LeBron James Haters

Comedian Matt Lieb describes his life as The King of King James haters, in this hilarious video documenting his jersey burning hate for LeBron James since he has a high school phenom on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Bandwagon Haters beware. H/N Ball Is Life The post Meet The King of LeBron James Haters appeared first on Hooped Up.
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Shocking: LeBron James is the most Googled athlete in 23 states (photo)

Breaking news: LeBron James is one of the most popular athletes in the United States, at least insofar as the Googling habits of our nation’s citizenry. According to research conducted by “Best Tickets”, the Miami Heat superstar reigns supreme as the most searched-for athlete in an astounding 23 states. In fact, LeBron nearly has the […] The post Shocking: LeBron James is...
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LeBron James leads the pack as most-searched athlete in U.S.

King James is king of the American sports world when it comes to Google searches. A cool map posted by the “Best Tickets” blog used Google search volume data to produce a map of all 50 U.S. states that shows which athlete is most popular in each state. Which athlete does your state Google the most? This map breaks it down: usat.ly/1mzDxqO http://t.co/ZOFOgrs2dG— USA TODAY...
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Game 1 a good sign that Dwyane Wade is ready for playoff marathon

MIAMI -- It was only one game, and nothing's guaranteed going forward. Still, Dwyane Wade's 23-point performance in Miami's 99-88 Eastern Conference first-round Game 1 win against Charlotte on Sunday was an encouraging sign as the Miami Heat go for an NBA title three-peat. Wade played 34 minutes, hit 10 of 16 shoots and added five assists with just one turnover. '...
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Charlotte Bobcats (86) vs. Miami Heat (99) Game 1 Recap, Analysis

The Miami Heat’s run toward a three-peat has begun. The Heat aren’t as good of a team as they were last year, but they are still the defending world champs with the best player in the world—LeBron James. The Charlotte Bobcats on the other hand are in the NBA playoffs—two years after finishing the regular season with the worst win percentage in NBA history. Good for them,...
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Holding the hot hand, James Jones makes the most of his Game 1 chance

MIAMI -- James Jones' most important work during the regular season often occurred before Miami Heat road games. That's when the veteran swingman would arrive at the arena early to shoot around with teammate and fellow health nut Ray Allen. He then would take food orders for Heat players' postgame meals. "One thing about Champ, he's very responsible," Udonis...
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Will Miami Heat’s Big Three Remain Together After This Season?

Will Miami Heat's Big Three Remain Together After This Season? When the big three joined together on the Miami Heat, we knew it wouldn’t last forever. Unfortunately, we didn’t think that it would possibly be over this soon. Since adding LeBron James and Chris Bosh to Dwyane Wade’s Heat squad in the summer of 2010, Miami has been completely unstoppable. They started with...

Are the Miami Heat and the Big Three in danger?

Are the Miami Heat’s Big Three in danger? The Miami Heat are entering the 2014 NBA Playoffs as one of the strongest contenders for the championship from the Eastern Conference, maybe the strongest one. However, the road to the three – peat will be anything but easy. In fact, the Heat will now have to face two teams capable of dethroning them, the Brooklyn Nets and the Indiana...

For Heat, playoffs are where the fun begins

MIAMI -- Nearly six months of regular-season basketball proved to be more interesting than had been expected for the two-time defending champion Miami Heat. Instead of a cruise, it was a bumpy ride. (Or at least, as bumpy as a 54-28 record could be.) Dwyane Wade missed 28 games, mostly to protect his knees following surgery and OssaTron shockwave treatment during the past two summers...
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D-Wade On His Health: “They Pay Us Big Bucks For This Time Of Year”

The Miami Heat are preparing to defend their NBA title while chasing a three-peat and NBA history.  Heat players are reportedly feeling really optimistic entering the playoffs because they’ll have a healthy Dwyane Wade. The Heat made it clear from the beginning of the season that preserving the health of its players was the top priority this season. Wade entered last years playoffs...
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Playoff Preview: Miami Heat vs Charlotte Bobcats

The regular season has finally come to an end. Now the real grind begins. It’s time for the Miami Heat to flip the switch. The Heat will play their first round opponent, the Charlotte Bobcats, Sunday at 3:30 p.m. in Miami. Even though the Heat swept the season series, the Bobcats can give the Heat some trouble. The presence of Al Jefferson in the post will be a tough assignment...
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Previewing the NBA Playoffs: (2) Miami Heat vs. (7) Charlotte Bobcats

The NBA Playoffs are about to begin and there is one match-up that many analysts believe will be a very easy win. That match-up is the Miami Heat versus the Charlotte Bobcats. This is actually going to be a very interesting series to watch, as the Bobcats have enough pieces to surprise quite a few fans and analysts before all is said and done. There are a few keys to the series for...
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Heat turned down Evan Turner in trade offer from 76ers

The Miami Heat were looking to make a move to bolster their bench at the trade deadline this season, but ended up standing pat. According to reports coming out of Miami, the Heat turned down a trade offer of Evan Turner for Udonis Haslem straight up from the 76ers just before the Pacers agreed to acquire him. This would have been a very intriguing deal, but the Heat decided to stand...
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Report: Heat center Greg Oden likely done for season

The Miami Heat signed often injured big man Greg Oden this past offseason in hopes to counter Indiana Pacers’ center Roy Hibbert come playoff time. Unfortunately for the Heat, that doesn’t appear that it will have a chance to happen. According to a report from ESPN’s Brian Windhorst, Oden is not expected to be available for the remainder of the season and likely the playoffs...
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