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Kevin Durant Out In Front As NBA Most Valuable Player Favorite; LeBron 2nd

Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant has been on fire over the last month of the NBA season, setting different records for scoring as he and his team sit atop the Western Conference. The Thunders are currently three games up on San Antonio for the top seed in the playoffs, though there is still plenty […]

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Prop Odds Formed For The No.1 Pick In The 2013 NBA Draft

For the first time in several years heading into the 2013 NBA draft, the No.1 overall pick is up in the air. The Cleveland Cavaliers have been on the clock for the last several weeks after winning the NBA Draft Lottery conducted annually. With that pick, the Cavaliers have the option to go several different […]

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Miami Heat Favored To ‘Threepeat’ As 2014 NBA Championship Betting Odds Formed

The Miami Heat captured the 2013 NBA championship on Thursday night over the San Antonio Spurs in Game 7, winning their second-straight NBA Finals. They are beginning to accomplish what many believed they would when LeBron James made his ‘decision’ to come to South Beach and join the Heat. It’s ‘not three’, but you can’t […]

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They are the two words that every sports fan loves to hear, and every player wants to be a part of. It’s the grandest stage in sports for teams battling each other back and forth in a hard-fought series. Game 7. At the start of the 2013 NBA Finals, we thought that the Miami Heat […]

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The San Antonio Spurs can win the NBA Championship on Tuesday night with a victory in Game 6 over the Miami Heat. But after the three-game stint in San Antonio, the series now moves back to Miami. If the Spurs are to win in six games, they will have to do something that has not […]

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San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat Game 5 Betting Odds + Matchup Preview

The Miami Heat knew they had to respond in Game 4 of the 2013 NBA Finals if they were to have a chance at winning a second-straight title. Down 2-1 in a hostile environment knowing that Game 5 would still be on the road, Miami regrouped from a blowout loss two nights before to come […]

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The San Antonio Spurs clearly showed no signs of struggles coming off of a loss in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, heading back to San Antonio for Game 3 this past Tuesday night. The Spurs turned a lopsided loss in Game 3 into an even bigger lopsided win over the Miami Heat to take […]

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The Miami Heat looked like a team coming off of a hard-fought seven game series when they took the floor for Game 1 of the 2013 NBA Finals. The result was a loss at home, and an early deficit. For Game 2 though, the opposite could be said. Miami trailed San Antonio in Game 2 […]

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LeBron James has met Tim Duncan and the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA Finals before. Of course, that seems like a lifetime ago. A lot has changed since that 2007 Finals sweep by the Spurs over James and his former team the Cleveland Cavaliers. James has moved on to a new team, won a […]

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All will be on the line tonight at American Airlines Arena in South Beach as the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers will matchup for Game 7 in the 2013 NBA Eastern Conference Finals. The winner will advance to the Finals, where the San Antonio Spurs continue to wait and see who they will face for […]

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