According to Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra, former slam dunk champion Gerald Green “is safe and is healthy” after the 29-year-old ten-year veteran of the league collapsed unconscious without warning.
Old habits die hard and LeBron James proved just that during an exhibition game in Rio de Janeiro against his former Miami Heat team. The newly re-minted Cleveland Cavalier only scored seven points on 2-of-8 shooting from the field but that wasn’t his biggest struggle of the night.
The news of Steve Kerr taking over coaching duties from Golden State’s Mark Jackson signifies an interesting time in the NBA. More former players are jumping straight from court, or the broadcast booth, to the coaches box, and we highlight 10 notable people.
LeBron James blacked out yesterday against the Charlotte Bobcats, even without his African-American facemask.
The Miami Heat do so well on the court because they always find a way to have fun as a unit off the court.
For the second straight year, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and the rest of the Miami Heat were given a presidential welcome.
Hip-Hop’s marketing capabilities is a phenom lost on no one, including the NBA who recently hosted a “Drake Night” in the rapper’s honor.
DJ Khaled has done collaborations with nearly every artist that consider themselves current these days so naturally his birthday parties are littered with familiar faces.
With the NBA season drawing near, the anticipation for the 2014 Playoffs is already spilling from the lips of the sports junkies. 2 Chainz used to play a bit of ball in his heyday so that more than qualifies him to catch an earful from ESPN’s First Take biggest talkers in Stephen A. Smith and […]
It seems like the only thing the Miami Heat do harder than playing the game of basketball is partying. LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and a number of their celebrity buddies (Spike Lee, Drake, etc.) celebrated their second championship in as many years by partying all weekend at Miami nightspots.
The Miami Heat were celebrating in style after winning their second NBA championship in as many years last night. In the locker room, the players popped 100 magnum bottles of the rare Moët Ice Impérial champagne, and even more at the club that night.
South Beach has been a hotspot for entertainers and athletes long before the emergence of the Miami Heat, who are now battling the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA Finals. ESPN sat down with Miami-based artists Lil’ Wayne, Birdman, Flo Rida, and singer Jimmy Buffet to discuss their love of the defending NBA champions and […]
From barbershops to boardrooms, there is sure to be chatter about tonight’s 2013 NBA Finals clash between the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs. Although the Spurs coasted in their Western Conference finals series by sweeping the Memphis Grizzlies, the Heat had to battle a tough Indiana Pacers squad in a grueling Eastern Conference […]