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It’ll be cheaper than ever to watch Birdman and the Heat next week. Meanwhile, Raptors ticket prices are through the roof.
November: “If we’re going to have playoff success, having home-court advantage would give us an edge.” April: “We feel good if we have the No. 2 seed, and we still feel we can attain the goals we have.” Mmmk.
Why are the Heat “only” 48-22, with an in-conference record of 28-14? And should they be worried about playing on the road in a Game 7?
We never doubted Yannick Noah’s paternity claim to Bulls center Joakim Noah. But after watching his sideline interview during the Heat-Bulls game yesterday, we can say with absolute certainty that, yeah, they’re related.
The Spurs stomped the Heat 111-87 last night behind a masterful performance from Tim Duncan (23 points, 11 boards, one out-of-character outburst). Both teams wore Latina Noche uniforms, which as we’ve noted have short-sleeves, for some reason. Everybody — from the winners to the losers — hated on the sleeves after the game.
Whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa. Dude, you’re in public. Gotta do something about the weekend warrior cyclist get-up…
Holding a grudge from two years sounds like the perfect way to fuck up the potential gift landing in their laps.
As one can see in the video, the falling disco ball plays much better defense than Harrison Barnes.