The San Antonio Spurs dominated the Miami Heat again, crushing the two-time defending champions 107-86 in Game Four of the NBA Finals yesterday to move within one victory of clinching the championship.
The San Antonio Spurs has delivered a decisive end to LeBron James' two-year reign atop the basketball world by routing the Miami Heat 104-87 to win the NBA Finals four games to one.
The San Antonio Spurs' worst nightmare became a reality when they lost the decisive game of the NBA Finals to the Miami Heat.
One of the most turbulent championships in National Basketball Association (NBA) history will reach its climax today when the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs meet in the decisive seventh game of the Finals.
LeBron James continued his sizzling form with 39 points in the Miami Heat's 110-100 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder today but missed a late three-pointer to bring his record scoring streak to an end.
A depleted Chicago Bulls dug deep for another impressive display of character and collective strength as they stunned defending NBA champions Miami Heat 93-86 in the opening game of their Eastern Conference semi-final series.
LeBron James led an outstanding team effort as the Miami Heat demolished the Oklahoma City Thunder 121-106 to claim the NBA title yesterday, the new champions reeling off four straight wins to take the series 4-1.
When LeBron James was first introduced to Miami Heat fans, after his 2010 free agency move from Cleveland, he made a promise that was latched upon as being typical of the brash, bragging coming from South Florida.
The San Antonio Spurs were fined $250,000 today for sending top players home before a nationally televised game against the Miami Heat, the National Basketball Association said.