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Eastern Conference Finals
With the shot clock winding down midway through the 4th quarter, LeBron James fired up a three from what looked like five or six feet behind the three-point arc. He made it, as you can see, and the Miami crowd erupted, appropriately so. The bucket gave Miami a seven-point lead and put them firmly in control for the rest of the game. Video after the jump.
Tonight’s Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals will define a lot of careers, among other cliches. The NBA, and its fearless tyrant David Stern, should remain neutral, as any impartial judge would. Too bad that’s not the case.
Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley Jr. are slated to fight tonight at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas for the WBO welterweight title. The Boston Celtics and Miami Heat are slated to play Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals tonight as well. For Pacquiao, a huge Celtics fan, this used to be an issue.
Bruce Bowen makes the claim that the New York Knicks will advance to the Eastern Conference finals, upsetting the Boston Celtics and the Miami Heat along the way.
When NBA Ref Eddie Rush pegged Celtics center Kendrick Perkins a second technical foul during last night’s game five, it was considered a terrible call in relation to the perceived offense. Well, the NBA has now agreed and the league has rescinded the second technical foul.