Miami Heat & Oklahoma City

The Miami Heat is a professional basketball team based in Miami, Florida, United States. Oklahoma City is the capital and the largest city in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. The county seat of Oklahoma County, the city ranks 30th among United States cities in population. 5.0/5

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Congrats to Oklahoma City's Josh Richardson for being drafted by the Miami Heat! You definitely are…
I dnt want to see no Miami Heat fans jumping over to Oklahoma City. Thank u
The Miami Heat will meet either San Antonio or Oklahoma City in their fourth-straight finals after a 117-92 win.
I wanna see a Oklahoma City and Miami Heat rematch in the finals. But this time KD has to bring that trophy home for moms!
LeBron: Durant deserves to win MVP award: Lebron James of the Miami Heat says Oklahoma City's Kevin Durant would be a deserving ...
OKC will bounce back. Miami Heat vs Oklahoma City of Thunder for finals.
Who is going to bring down the Miami Heat in the Nba Playoffs? I'm sick and tired of them winning! I just don't know who can beat them. There are no teen really good enough to beat them. Maybe San Antonio? Or Oklahoma City? Its gotta be someone fromthe West because I'm sorry, the east is just not good enough. I hope its not San Antonio because I hate the Spurs!
OKLAHOMA CITY — After missing the previous 26 games with a knee injury, Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook chose to make his return to the lineup against the defending champion Miami Heat on Thursday. He said before the game he is still not over losing to them two years ago in the NBA Finals. The Heat did not seem to care who was in the lineup. They rolled over the Thunder 103-81 at the Chesapeake Energy Arena. The teams split the regular season series 1-1. But the talk after the game was how Miami came away with a statement win at the Thunder’s house. “I’ve liked the business approached that we’ve had,” Miami coach Eric Spoelstra said. “It’s a good win. A good end of the trip.” Just as disconcerting for Oklahoma City fans was seeing MVP candidate forward Kevin Durant get outplayed by Miami’s reigning MVP forward Lebron James. While James knocked down 33 points to go along with seven rebounds and eight turnovers, Durant paced the Thunder with 28 points, eight rebounds and fi ...
Kevin Wayne Durant (b. 09.29.1988) is an American professional basketball player with the Oklahoma City Thunder of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Standing at 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) and weighing 240 pounds (109 kg), he has played the small forward and power forward positions for the Thunder, formerly the Seattle Supersonics. Durant has won three NBA scoring titles, the NBA Rookie of the Year Award, and an Olympic gold medal. He has also been selected to four All-NBA teams and five All-Star teams. Durant was a heavily recruited high school prospect. He attended the University of Texas for one season of college basketball, where he won numerous year-end awards and became the first ever freshman to be named Naismith College Player of the Year. In the 2007 NBA Draft, he was selected second overall by the SuperSonics. After his rookie season, the team moved to Oklahoma City and became the Thunder. Behind his play, the Thunder reached the 2012 NBA Finals, losing to the Miami Heat in five games. Off the c ...
*FINAL CALL* NBA Players of the Week only $39.95 US including FREE shipping. Millsap led the Hawks to a 3-1 week behind averages of 21.3 points (ninth in the conference) on .508 shooting from the field, 7.3 rebounds, 3.8 assists, 2.5 steals (fifth in the conference) and 2.0 blocks (fourth in the conference). Millsap collected five blocks in a road win over the Orlando Magic on Jan. 22, and filled the stat sheet with 26 points, seven rebounds and four assists on Jan. 20, in a win over the Miami Heat. Durant led Oklahoma City to three wins during a 4-0 week, having missed the 101-83 win over the Celtics on Jan. 24 (shoulder). He averaged a league-leading 38.0 ppg and added 8.7 rebounds and 6.3 assists. Durant collected a triple-double with 32 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists during a 103-91 win over the Philadelphia 76ers on Jan. 25. You can get any size & any color YOU WANT. You only have 48hrs! Then the jersey price will return to normal retail of $55 $39.95 deal
The Oklahoma City Thunder (37-10) crushed the Miami Heat (32-13) 112-95 on Wednesday night behind 33 points from Kevin Durant . It was the 12th straight game in which Durant scored at least 30 points...
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Oklahoma City Thunder roars back, beats Miami Heat: The Heat has offered plenty of lip service lately to this ...
To add to the Villa win last night I wake up to see that while I was in bed Oklahoma City Thunder have smashed the Miami Heat. What a night
I need to brag about the Oklahoma City Thunder bring the Miami Heat their hats!
Kevin Durant for MVP. The lanky scoring juggernaut continued his month for the ages on Wednesday night, stretching his 30-point game streak to 12 with 33 as his Oklahoma City Thunder knocked off James' Miami Heat, 112-95. As a tribute to his greatness, we created a T-shirt that will only be availabl...
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Lebron James was just another victim of Kevin Durant as the Oklahoma City Thunder destroyed the Miami Heat.
Miami heat & Oklahoma City Thunder in the nba finals would be good again
Sport: Basketball Market: Washington Wizards @ Dallas Mavericks Pick: Wizards +8 points Odds: $1.61 Agency: Bet365 Wager: 4 Units Game Time: 12:30pm AEDT Analysis: After losing by a final of 105-106 at Oklahoma City on Sunday, the Washington Wizards really showed what they are capable of this season. They have rebounded nicely following an 0-3 start, and following that 1-point loss, I look for them to go give Dallas everything it wants and more tonight. The Mavericks are in a huge letdown spot here. They have a game against the defending champion Miami Heat on deck, and it's only human nature for them to be looking ahead to that contest. They won't come to play with their best effort because of it. The Wizards are getting a ton of balance this season. They have five players averaging 13.5 points per game or more. You have to remember that Marcin Gortat was traded here just before the season, so it has taken him a few games to get accustomed to the system. He has played well in spite of it, averaging 13.5 ...
NBA teams I like: Toronto Raptors, San Antonio Spurs, Oklahoma City Thunder. I don't mind the Miami Heat and Los Angeles Lakers.
Regardless of who wins the NBA finals tonight, San Antonio is a much better team than Miami, and Oklahoma City was a better(before Westbrook injury) than San Antonio. But the NBA finals are rigged and commisioner David Stern and the powers that be have already fixed the outcome. I accurately predicted that it would go 7 games so the NBA could make plenty of money and I was correct. To the Memphis and Indiana fans, do you really think the NBA was going to let your team play each other in this years final? No, because they would have lost veiwers and money. To the Lakers and Miami Heat fans(and most of you are now bandwagoners), have you noticed that the last 7 years the NBA finals presented us with either Lebron James or Kobe Bryant? Why? Because LeBron and Kobe brings lots of money into the NBA pockets. Yes, as NBA fans we get all caught up with the excitement and drama the playoffs brings(the same excitement that Junk Yard Dog vs Big Cat Ernie Ladd brought me when I used to see them as a kid in Alexandri ...
I'm sure by now everyone has figured it out if not please go back to OKC series remember how good they were in Oklahoma City what happens when they came to South Beach the strippers the gamblin and all the great partying Watch them young boys skip curfew and go out having a great night but then again we are talking about the world champion Miami Heat
There are four NBA basketball that have names that dont end in “S”: Miami Heat, Utah Jazz, Orlando Magic, Oklahoma City…
The Miami Heat have been in this less-than-ideal spot before. They trailed Indiana in the Eastern Conference semifinals last season, needed to win a pair of elimination games against Boston in the East finals and then dropped Game 1 of the NBA Finals to Oklahoma City. And when it was all said and do...
    jordan for women,Lebron James had 16 points, 11 assists, and 10 rebounds for his 35th career triple-double and the Miami Heat cruised to their 10th straight win, 114-90, over the 76ers Saturday night in Philadelphia. Dwyane Wade had 33 points, Mario Chalmers scored 14, and Chris Bosh added 13 to help the defending NBA champions improve to 39-14. The Heat have a comfortable 5½-game lead over Indiana in the Eastern Conference.They've won four in a row on the road, including impressive wins over Oklahoma City before the All-Star break and Chicago on Thursday.Jrue Holiday scored 21 points and Nick Young had 19 for Philadelphia, which is 3½ games behind Milwaukee for the No. 8 spot in the East.James collected his 10th rebound early in the fourth quarter to get his seventh triple-double since joining the Heat.jordans for women,Wizards 105, Rockets 103 — Bradley Beal scored 21 points, and Emeka Okafor had 17 points, 11 rebounds, and made the go-ahead free throw with 5.2 seconds remaining to help host W ...
Balanced scoring leads Bulls past Bobcats 105-75 Taj Gibson said the Chicago Bulls need to get back to last season's philosophy of putting tough losses behind them and not dropping back-to-back games. They did just that on Friday night. Gibson scored 17 points on 8-of-11 shooting to lead a balanced scoring attack as the Bulls beat Michael Jordan's Charlotte Bobcats 105-75. The win came after a disappointing 19-point loss at home to the Miami Heat on Thursday night. ''We liked the way were able to bounce back after a bad loss,'' Gibson said. ''Last year we wouldn't allow ourselves to lose two straight games. We need that same mindset.'' Now the tough part will be stringing two wins together. The Bulls travel to Oklahoma City to play the Thunder on Sunday night in a game that figures to be a good measuring stick for the Chicago, which was has lost five of its last eight. This one was over early. With Jordan looking on from the end of the Charlotte bench, the Bulls jumped out to a 38-19 lead midway through t ...
Well Charles Barkley picked the Miami heat to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder and it looks like that will happen I thought watching okc some this year they where overrated in the nba
Miami Heat vs. Oklahoma City tonight- Lebron James vs. Kevin Durant, the best two NBA players will face off, can't wait to watch it. Kobe Bryant will be the water boy.
Chances OKC/ Heat rematch in NBA Finals, as requested by Jimmy Slagle. 99.9% chance the OKC Thunder and Miami Heat rematching in Finals. There is no threat in the Eastern Conference, and NO TEAM, and I mean NO TEAM, unless the Lakers get it going big time, has a chance of beating Oklahoma City. Spurs- met in WCF won first to games, lost next 4. Clippers- Can't execute in the half court unless Griffin develops more. Grizzlies- Struggle offensively. Other teams in WC (except Lakers) - Roster has NO MATCH to the OKC roster. -Arsham
Lebron James scored 29 points, passed out nine assists and grabbed eight rebounds to spark the Miami Heat over the Oklahoma City Thunder
Which NBA Christmas day win impressed you most and why: LA Lakers over NY Knicks, Miami Heat over Oklahoma City Thunder or LA Clippers over Denver Nuggets? - Kelly Witt-State Farm Agent for home, auto & life.
The Oklahoma City Thunder is good - probably still the best team in the NBA's Western Conference. But the Thunder doesn't have the manpower or the star power to overcome the Miami Heat.
In their first matchup since June, the Heat once again proved to be too much for the Thunder to handle. Behind 29 points, nine assists and eight rebounds from Lebron James, the Miami Heat outlasted the Oklahoma City Thunder, 103-97, in a rematch of last season's NBA Finals. Dwyane Wade chipped in 21 points and Mario Chalmers poured in 20 for the Heat, who captured their fifth straight win. "Regardless of what our script is coming into the game, when you play this team, its not going to go according to script," said Miami coach Erik Spoelstra. "They are too good, they make great plays and keep coming at you. At the end of the day, you just have to find a way." After having their 12-game win streak snapped by the Minnesota Timberwolves on Thursday, the Thunder have now dropped two in a row. "We fight and we play through everything, and that's what we did tonight," said Oklahoma City coach Scott Brooks. "I'm proud of our guys, we put ourselves in position to give us a chance with our good execution." Kevin D ...
"LeBron Drops 30 In Heat Win" MIAMI -- Lebron James' scoring streak is still going, as well as his uncanny run of not fouling anyone. And the latest Miami Heat winning streak lives on as well, just in time for a Christmas showdown with Oklahoma City. James scored 30 points, Dwyane Wade added 21 points and seven assists, and the Heat rode the strength of a big third-quarter run to beat the Utah Jazz 105-89 on Saturday night. James added nine rebounds and seven assists for the Eastern Conference-leading Heat, who won their fourth straight game. Their next game against Oklahoma City in a rematch of last season's NBA Finals. Shane Battier scored 15 and Ray Allen added 13 for Miami, which opened the second half on a 22-6 run to build a 69-49 lead. "We look like a Miami Heat basketball team," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. Marvin Williams scored 16 for Utah, which got 15 from Gordon Hayward and 11 from Paul Millsap. The Jazz played the second half without Mo Williams, who had X-rays on his thumb and was concer ...
*** HTH Free Play, 12/20/12, OKC Thunder *** Oklahoma City (21-4) improved the NBA's best record and atoned for a 104-95 home loss to the Hawks on Nov. 4 holding off the Atlanta Hawks 100-92 on Wednesday night for their 12th straight win. The win streak is the club's longest since moving to Oklahoma City and the longest for the franchise since the Seattle Supersonics took 14 straight in 1996. Oklahoma City improved to 11-1 when Westbrook and Durant each top 20 points. Oklahoma City has covered the spread 5 of the last 6 games on the road, and 8 out of the last 11 overall. Minnesota Timberwolves (12-11) limped home following a Tuesday loss at the Miami Heat, 103-92. Minnesota sits 8 games behind OKC in the NBA Northwest. On the season, Minnesota plays defense well, giving up a little over 94 points a game. However, offense has been hard to come by, somewhat, only scoring 95.5 points a game. Timberwolves are 9-21 ATS in their last 30 against 'elite' teams, teams with a winning percentage above .600. ...
For Father's Day on Sunday, June 17th, Lil Wayne and his son Dwayne Carter III attended Game 3 of the 2012 NBA Finals between Miami Heat and Oklahoma City
So the best teams in the NBA right now, by record are the New York Knicks, Milwaukee Bucks, Miami Heat, Oklahoma City, Los Angeles Clippers, and Memphis Grizzlies...whoa.
Kinda sick but oh so funny. The last time my son and I hung out in Vegas we bellied up to the bar for 1 more beer before calling it a night. There was 3 dudes at the bar drunk off their butss of course and when we walked up and ordered the dudes said to my son "Ahhh you going to hit that" to which my son replied *** yeah", high fives, to which I started uncontrolably laughing and nearly choking. They went on to rant about the Miami Heat till I turned and faced them and pointed to my shirt which was OF COURSE AN Oklahoma City Thunder T-Shirt to which they started high fiving over that. All in all my son and I walked off cracking up and saying only in Vegas.
TNT's Charles Barkley: Celtics have legit chance to beat Miami Heat in East The Miami Heat may be the homecoming kings, but the Boston Celtics are still in the court. During a Tuesday afternoon conference call with TNT analysts Reggie Miller, Shaquille O'Neal and Charles Barkley, all three felt strongly that the Celtics would give Lebron James' Heat a strong challenge for the Eastern Conference crown. "LeBron covers up a lot of weaknesses because he's so physically amazing, but Boston to me has a legit chance of beating them," Charles Barkley said. "I think the Miami-Boston series to me is a toss-up. Boston has great depth, they have great size in [Jared] Sullinger and Fab Melo in the draft. I think the most underrated player in the NBA is Jeff Green. I know he didn't play last year, I loved him in Oklahoma City. When he got to Boston he went late into the year so he really never got comfortable. I think he is going to be fantastic." New York has been a focal point with the inaugural season for the Brookl ...
Where Amazing Happens: It's been 118 days since the Miami Heat defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder in the 2012 NB...
What do the NBA finals have to do with a grammatical nightmare? Why do the Miami Heat and the Oklahoma City Thunder sound so odd? Most sports teams—the Bulls, the Knicks, the Lakers, the Celtics—are ordinary plurals. However, the Heat and the Thunder are mass nouns; they are unquantifiable. You cannot have five thunders or three heats, even though there are 12 players on a roster. As a contributor to Deadspin recently recounted, this is causing a nightmare (or nightmares?) for sports writers across the country. Are these team names plural or singular? Technically, a team is made up of many players, so it should be plural like other teams. However, the actual name of the team takes a singular verb. Take a more general example of a mass noun: water. You would never say, “the water are flowing from the tap.” Group nouns also trip up students (and professionals). Here’s an example: “A group of third graders is going to the zoo.” Technically, “a group” is the subject of the sentence, and it t ...
hmmm... Miami Heat on 17th or Oklahoma City Thunder on the 27th? decisions, decisions...
Jessica Sanchez sang the National Anthem before tonight's NBA Final Game in Oklahoma City. The Miami Heat face off against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Jessica...
Returned home to Green Bay this evening from Oklahoma, which is one of the most powerful States in our Nation because it is the loaded with Indian people. Sharing this photo of the last time I was in Oklahoma City for the Sovereignty Symposium. Indian Country shared the Hilton Skirvin Hotel with the Miami Heat. I waited outside our lobby for 30 minutes to get these pictures of the NBA MVP, who would also go on to become the playoff MVP and then of course a Gold Medalist. Lebron James.
The NBA Finals are underway in Oklahoma City where Lebron James, Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat will battle Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and the Thunder f...
My condolences go out to the Miami Heat, Oklahoma City Thunder, Chicago Bulls, San Antonio Spurs and any other team or Fan that thought there NBA team had a shot at the Title. LAKERS starting 5# Meta World Peace, Pau Gasol, Steve Nash, Dwight Howard and Kobe Bryant
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Tune in to NBC tonight to find out if the Miami Heat beat the Oklahoma City Thunder in the NBA Finals.
After giving Oklahoma City a scare in their home opener, the Minnesota Timberwolves gave Miami Heat all they could take on Friday, coming up just short 103-1...
The Miami Heat will open the season at home against Boston and play host to Oklahoma City in a Christmas Day NBA Finals rematch, according to several league sources who have seen the league’s tentative schedule due to be released this week.
Here are the best highlights of the 2012 Nba Playoffs. Congratulations to the Miami Heat for their great win over Oklahoma City. The video segments entirely ...
We just returned from Oklahoma City, where we photographed the OKC Thunder and the Miami Heat with Rick Chapman for ABC's coverage of the NBA Finals. As with previous times that we photographed the teams, we had about 5-10 minutes with each player, some sticking around to heckle their teammates as w...
Best of NBA Finals 2012 HD Mix : Miami Heat vs Oklahoma City Thunder Highlights Here are some of the best HD Slow motion highlights...
When Clay Bennett moved the Seattle Supersonics to Oklahoma City, Cameron Gidary thought that he'd relish in any misery that befell them. But now, after rooting for Lebron James and the Miami Heat during the 2012 NBA Finals, that might have changed.
The “fire” that the Miami Heat put on Oklahoma City in the Nba Playoffs this week is nothing like the heat we will feel if we fail to follow God’s Word and end up in *** “ For if God spared not the angels that sinned, but cast them down to *** and delivered them into chains of darkness, to be reserved unto judgment; And spared not the old world, but saved Noah the eighth person, a preacher of righteousness, bringing in the flood upon the world of the ungodly; And turning the cities of Sodom and Gomorra into ashes condemned them with an overthrow, making them an example unto those that after should live ungodly; And delivered just Lot, vexed with the filthy conversation of the wicked: (For that righteous man dwelling among them, in seeing and hearing, vexed his righteous soul from day to day with their unlawful deeds;) The Lord knoweth how to deliver the godly out of temptations, and to reserve the unjust unto the day of judgment to be punished”. I don’t know about you, but I’m not trying . ...
Miami Beach, FL -- June 21, 2012 -- After defeating Oklahoma City in the NBA Championships last night, the Miami Heat celebrated their victory at LIV at Font...
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Congratulations to all of the Miami Heat fans om winning the NBA Championship and Oklahoma City Thunder on making it to the finals. although the season was short at least the playoffs were good. God bless you all and have a blessed weekend & week.
With the Miami Heat up 2-1 in the series find out if the Oklahoma City Thunder could even up the series or if the Heat took a commanding 3-1 lead!
Seems senseless to be a LeBron basher now, doesn't it?! HOLY COW: those crazy passes and endless three-pointers. It was like the Harlem Globetrotters inhabited the Miami Heat last night when they took the championship from Oklahoma City. As much as I hate the flaming peanut logo, get DOWN! Those are some fans in Miami! And Miller! With his busted-up back, he could barely walk but kept sinking more three pointers. 12 years in the league, 6 teams, a broken back, his first run in ages. Swish, swish, swish. I love how some ESPN ding-dong asked him after the game: "what's next? What are you going to do now?" uh, sit up to his earlobes in ice and mainline ibuprofen? So funny! You're virtually crippled, yet helped save the day, played 12 years to get this ring, but, uh, what else ya got??? Miller said, "talk to the doctors." And maybe enjoy the moment? And marvel at LeBron's redemption? People can change! It's not just Basketball, it's Greek literature! And where'd the deep bench come from?! Can I get an Amen on ...
The Thunder lost the NBA championship to the Miami Heat, but the team has the respect and adoration of Oklahoma City and the state. Will Rogers Airport was inundated with an estimated 4,000 people to welcome Oklahoma City's NBA team home Friday afternoon.
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MIAMI, Fla. — As the Miami Heat's long painful lesson in championship basketball neared its conclusion Thursday night, Oklahoma City's team proved it still had something to offer.
With family and friends watching the Mitchell native play for an NBA title, Mike Miller didn’t disappoint. Miller shot 7-of-8 from 3-point land and scored 23 points in 23 minutes to help the Miami Heat defeat Oklahoma City 121-106 in Game 5 to claim the NBA title with a 4-1 series win.
Miami connection to GRMC by Sennett Rockers, Run Date: 6/21/22 (Seguin) – Though the San Antonio Spurs inability to advance to the NBA Finals has cooled basketball fever in Seguin, one employee at Guadalupe Regional Medical Center is following the Finals series between Oklahoma City and Miami closely. GRMC nurse anesthetist Stephanie Gardner is the older sister of Miami Heat forward Shane Battier. With the Heat holding a 3-1 series lead on the Thunder, is Gardner paying close attention to how her younger brother is playing? “Very much so,” she said. “I mean he’s playing awesome. He’s probably averaging more points than he has his whole career. He’s really doing well and so is the team so it is exciting to watch them play and, of course, root them on to victory.” Battier, who has a career scoring average of nine points per game, is putting in 12 points per game in the Finals. Included in that average are a pair of 17-point performances in the first two games of the series. Gardner has ...
I love the Miami Heat but this series made me a fan of Oklahoma City and Scott Brooks. They have a lot of class.
My I offer both congratulations and my apologies to Lebron James the Miami Heat. Going into the season I picked Oklahoma City to beat you in the NBA Finals in 7 Games, and I expected the very same going into today's game. However, you rose to the occasion and proved that you are truely one of the greatest players to ever play in the NBA. And yes I routed against you all this time due to how you handled The Decision and disrespected the Cleveland Cavalier fans that adored you for so long, but at the same time I have the utmost respect and admiration for the talent you bring on the floor, night in and night out, whether I'm rooting for or against you. So congratulations, you silenced the doubters and proved your greatness, and although I'm one who thought an LBJ title would kill the NBA I will try my best to move forward and follow the NBA next season. It might just take a week. LeBron all I simply ask is you send thank you letter to both Mike Miller for all those threes and David Stern for vetoing the CP3 ...
Kevin Durant and Oklahoma City Thunder, you're the greatest. Hold you're heads up. It may not have been your season, but it's your league. If you guysnever win a title, you will always be greater than LeBron and that sell out squad. Bring Kobe over to Oklahoma City, and you guys would never lose. PatRiley is sorry. And his boyfriend David Stern is sorry too. All respect lost. 2011/2012 Miami Heat are the Plastic Surgery team of the league. Oklahoma City is real and raw: built from the ground in Seattle, with time, and Hard Work.
I love the Miami Heat's roster. I feel old because I remember when Miller, Battier, Wade, and Collison were stars of college basketball but a mirror check confirms that I'm young and good-looking. The Heat are one Steve Nash and quality center away from being unbeatable. If they can handle an explosive young team like Oklahoma City, what's to stop them from starting a dynasty?
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Don't wanna go to school tomorrow. Wanna watch Game 5 between the Miami Heat vs The Oklahoma City Thunder.
Tomorrow, the Miami Heat will kill the Oklahoma City Thunder
Mara ke sa tjho, if Miami Heat allows this series to go to Oklahoma City *** tlo nyewa.
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I'm sure Miami Heat will play an all-out against the Oklahoma City Thunder in the game to 5
I think Oklahoma City Thunder will beat Miami Heat. What do you think? HONOR TILL THE END!
The Heat wins game 4 104-98 Game Report: MIAMI -- Lebron James and the Miami Heat are one win away from an NBA championship. James had 26 points, 12 assists ...
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Oklahoma City Thunder vs Miami Heat full game of game 3 part 2, no commentary on this part so just skip to the end or watch it if you want. Well Happy Father...
What are the chances that the Oklahoma City Thunder can stage a comeback against Miami Heat in Game 5? TJ Manotoc shares is insights. Alerts, June 20, 2012
Despite Russell Westbrook scoring a career playoff high 43 points, the Miami Heat took a three games to one lead in the N.B.A. finals after beating Oklahoma City for the third time in a row.
Oklahoma City is a small market team, built from the ground up through the NBA draft, while the Miami Heat has relied on wealth and big flashy stars like Lebron James. It's the 99% vs. 1%.
Never thought I'd see the Miami Heat completely steal something Oklahoma City created. I literally hate the Heat.
24 hours until game three of the NBA Finals! Oklahoma City Thunder @ Miami Heat!
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For those who desire the Miami Heat to lose simply because Lebron James is on the team via "The Decision", Consider this. There are people who equally want the Oklahoma City Thunder to lose because of the "REAL" Decision to move the franchise from Seattle to Oklahoma City after promising that would not happen. I wonder whose "Karma" is bigger to deal with. Must say it is an interesting side story to this years Finals!
Inside the NBA: Go Oklahoma City Thunder!!! Kevin Durant and together with his team will going to sweep the whole Miami Heat team and leaving Lebron James crying in his bench in the on-going 2012 NBA Finals... Miami Heat was just given the chance in winning the Game of the said finals... Hehehe :)
Oklahoma City has all of a sudden become America’s team. The conventional wisdom out there is that they built their championship-caliber team the right way, while the Heat took rapid shortcuts...
Miami Heat 100, Oklahoma City Thunder 96; Tied Series 1-1 THE FACTS: The Miami Heat jumped out to a big lead (18-2) in the first quarter and then held off a furious Oklahoma City rally to beat the Thunder 100-96 and tie the NBA Finals at 1-1 heading to South Florida. The Thunder got back to within two points and had a chance to tie the game in the closing seconds, but a shot by Kevin Durant bounced off the rim. Durant thought he'd been fouled by Lebron James, but no whistles blew. The stars for both teams shined bright. James and Durant led all scorers with 32 apiece. James also had eight rebounds and five assists with 12 of his points coming at the free throw line, including the last two of the game. Durant took only six foul shots, about half his normal number. Dwyane Wade added 24 points on 10-for-20 shooting to go along with six rebounds and five assists. Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook got off to a terrible start (1-for-8), but finished strong (18 second-half points) to end the game with 27. He ...
Heat hold off Heat to level NBA Finals - Lebron James scored 32 points and Chris Bosh had 16 points on his return to the starting line-up as the Miami Heat beat Oklahoma City 100-96 to level the NBA finals at one game apiece.
."It's the perfect match — a proud crowd with endless energy and a proud young team with endless energy. From a basketball standpoint, one thing stood out about Game 1: Only this particular Oklahoma City team can make the 2012 Miami Heat seem a step slow." - Bill Simmons, Grantland.com GAME 2: 9pm/et on ABC.
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The Skirvin Hilton, the hotel that the Miami Heat are currently staying at in Oklahoma City while they are in town for Games 1 and 2 of the NBA Finals against
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Heat! Thunder!No, we're not talking about a *** spawned weather phenomenon, but rather the 2012 NBA Finals, which pits the Miami Heat against the Oklahoma City Thunder beginning tonight with Game One. In the wake of a near-disastrous 2011–2012 season shortened by a lockout dispute, professional bas...
OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - For many Americans, Oklahoma City is defined not by its charm, friendly people or eclectic neighborhoods but by tragedy. The Oklahoma City bombing nearly 20 years ago remains a part of the fabric of daily life here and that is something Sam Presti believes everyone should appreciate. He is the general manager of the Oklahoma City Thunder, whose team faces the Miami Heat in a series that begins Tuesday just blocks from where the Alfred P. Murrah building once stood. "When my players take the court for the first time I tell them to look into the stands," he told Reuters. "Look at the 18,000 people. Every one has been affected by the bombing in some way, shape or form." At 9:02 a.m. on April 19, 1995, an explosion destroyed the Murrah building and with it the innocence of this proud city. There were 168 deaths, more than 700 injuries, and thousands of nightmares. Presti demands that every player on the Thunder visit the museum on the site where the building once stood. Most were too ...
Oklahoma City Thunder 105, Miami Heat 94 (Thunder lead the Finals, 1-0) The 2012 NBA Finals, by all indications, are going to be a long series. A close series, where a litany of maneuvers and adjustments could make the difference … Continue reading →
Hoping for Oklahoma City to sweep the Miami Heat. So tired of hearing about how great Lebron James is. The media has failed to realize that James does have teammates. basketball is believe it or not folks a team sport.
Ronald Poppo, the homeless man who survived being eaten alive by Rudy Eugene, is a fan of the Miami Heat. From his hospital bed, he has been heard yelling “Go H
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Kevin Durant won round one of his match-up with Lebron James, scoring 36 points to lead Oklahoma City to a 105-94 victory over Miami Heat.
Last year, I'm 1st year failure for Miami Heat loss to Dallas Mavericks!! Now, I'm 2nd year of Miami Heat loss to Oklahoma City Thunder for Game 1 in Oklahoma City!!
After the Miami Heat beat the Boston Celtics in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals — a victory that put them in the NBA finals against Oklahoma City beginning tonight — Heat owner Micky Arison was handed the trophy with the big shiny basketball on top and immediately turned to his team.
Updated Tuesday, June 12, 2012 at 04:46 PM One Sonic fan's Thunderous quandary Keith Chambers A Sonic fan shares his feelings about the Thunder and his beloved Sonics as Oklahoma City opens the NBA Finals at home against the Miami Heat. On Wednesday night, I was sitting on my roommate’s awesome couch, watching EJ, Shaq, Kenny and Chuck, staring out into nothingness. I know what just happened: The Oklahoma City Thunder came back from a 15-point halftime deficit to eliminate the San Antonio Spurs, 107-99. Kendrick Perkins fired the final nail into the Spurs coffin with a thunderous dunk. Kevin Durant hugged his mama before the game ended. An arena full of people, all with different backgrounds, were going crazy over a team full of people younger than I exceeding reasonable expectations and forcing a team full of grizzled veterans to lose four consecutive games after winning their previous 20. Then it happened. As Kenny Smith was talking about how this team was only the 15th team in NBA history to come bac ...
While the Miami Heat are returning to the finals for the second straight season, it'll be an eye-opening, first-time experience for most of Oklahoma City's youthful players.
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Game day has arrived! Your Miami HEAT are in Oklahoma City for Game 1 of the NBA Finals! Be sure to start your night with the HEATv on HEAT.com pregame show presented by FDOT at 7:30. ABC will then have the game broadcast beginning at 9. Like this post if you're ready for the Finals to get underway!
Monday was Media Day at the NBA Finals , as the Miami Heat and Oklahoma City prepared for Tuesday's series opener at Chesapeake Energy Arena .
I do believe that Oklahoma City will run the Miami Heat off the court in the NBA finals! Its just that simple! Besides, Who really wants to see Lebron James win the title? He is the most over-hyped player to ever come into the NBA! No question bout that! GO O.K.C.!
7th Heaven for Heat: Miami tops Boston 101-88 to earn spot in finals with Oklahoma City: -JM
Well now we can hope that Oklahoma City dispenses with the Miami Heat...
Pass it around, I am making a prediction.in several days there is about to be a very large party in Oklahoma City, the OKC Thunder has now found that they are playing the Miami Heat, my hometown team, the Boston Celtics have lost to the Miami Heat, while I am not big on trashing a hometown team, the Celtics did not really look all that good this year, however, it still took Miami seven games to beat them, therefore, I am predicting an OKC Thunder win in five games. Also, from my understanding, this will be the very first win on a professional level (you can correct me if I am wrong), not to take anything away from the college level games that Oklahoma has a rich and deep tradition of, but this will be a win that Oklahoma has never seen. I am not a basketball person, my game is baseball, but I have been following the Thunder all year long and have been quite impressed with all that they have done. I am looking very forward to seeing a massive amount of people here in OKC wearing T-shirts that say that th ...
You better get ready Miami Heat. Be prepared to play with Kevin Durant. Durant has never been about glitz and glamour. His winning combination has been humility and Hard Work, and it may soon pay off. The Thunder need four more wins to win a championship in only their fourth season in Oklahoma City and fulfill Durant's ultimate goal. ''Who he is as a person, I think that factors into his on-court success just as much as his skill level. When you are willing and want to do right by other people - the people that you work with on a daily basis - when you treat them with respect, when you want them to succeed as much as you do, good things tend to happen to you and happen for you,'' said teammate Derek Fisher, who won five championships with the Los Angeles Lakers. HUMILITY! IT'S THE BEST ATTRIBUTE YOU CAN HAVE AS A HUMAN BEING. My respect to this awesome player!
Getting ready to watch the Celtics play the Miami Heat. If the Celtics win, they head to the NBA Finals. A Boston victory could also mean changes for the Miami Heat. No matter who wins, there will be former KU players in the NBA Finals. Oklahoma City has Nick Collison and Cole Aldrich. Boston has Paul Pierce and Miami has Mario Chalmers. Someone from KU will be an NBA champion this year.
After demolishing the San Antonio Spurs 4-2 in game 6, the Oklahoma City Thunder have earned tneir place in the Eastern Conference Finals. Its crunch time for the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics as todays game decides who goes on to the final. I am actually rooting for the Celtics.
This will be one of the few times I will root for a Boston team. I want the Celtics to win the NBA Championship because I can't stand the Miami Heat or the Seattle Supersonics of Oklahoma City.
FOR IMMEDIATE NEWS RELEASE. Dateline, Oklahoma City, Ok, 06-06-2012: Tonite, after a hard fought battle for the Western Conference Finals in the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, the Thunder sealed the end for the San Antonio Spurs with a 103-97 win. After taking a first quarter 8-point lead, the Spurs struggled through the second when Kevin Durant scored 14 points in the period on a 12-2 run leading to the half and a 46 to 39 break. The Spurs charged back in the 3rd period to close within 3 points of the Thunder. The 4th period saw a lead change when the Spurs led an 8-0 run to take a 2-point lead, only to see that erased when Perkins warmed up, Obaka blocked 2 shots, and Hardin scored 8 points. The Thunder take the Conference Finals and are set to face the Miami Heat after they take out the Celtics for the Eastern Conference Finals in game 7. Had to steal my post from Miss Melanie's page where I posted it much earlier. Looks pretty accurate so far...as in the OKC situation of being DOWN in the ...
I like San Antonio Spurs in west finals and Miami Heat in east finals but Oklahoma City Thunder lead 3-2 and Boston. What!
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Usually around this time of year, there's a lot of chatter about the NBA and which team will take the championship. In the past two years the loudest and most obnoxious noise came from Lakerland. Also in the past two years I caught a lot of flack for supporting the Miami Heat, having jettisoned from the Celtics. I'm still down with the Heat even though we lost Chris Bosh. I still think D-Wade and LeBron are enough to win the East, what with Derrick Rose and the Bulls eliminated. So here I am all alone shouting from the rafters, waiting for the inevitable retort from those proud fans in Lakerland. Sigh. I feel like a yodeler in a canyon without an echo. Where are those Laker fans? Where did they go? I think San Antonio and Oklahoma City has Laker fans afraid to show themselves. Fear not Lakers, be brave and confident. Let me hear you make some noise. I'll be waiting in Miami with a red carpet to roll out just for you.
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MVP Lebron James of the Miami Heat is the winner of the Maurice Podoloff Trophy as the 2011-12 Kia NBA Most Valuable Player Award, the NBA announced today. James earns the honor for the third time in four seasons and becomes the first player since Michael Jordan to win at least three MVPs. James totaled 1,074 points, including 85 first-place votes, from a panel of 121 voters that consisted of sportswriters and broadcasters throughout the United States and Canada as well as an NBA.com MVP fan vote. For the third consecutive season, the NBA and Kia Motors America gave fans the opportunity to submit their votes by ranking their top five choices through a dedicated Web page on NBA.com. The fan vote counted as one vote and was compiled with the 120 media votes to determine the winner. Players were awarded 10 points for each first-place vote, seven points for each second-place vote, five for third, three for fourth and one for each fifth-place vote received. Rounding out the top five in voting are Oklahoma City ...
For those fans who believe that the only acceptable NBA champion is any team that's not the Miami Heat, the tempting choice is Oklahoma City. The Thunder have Kevin Durant's superlative set of skills, Russell Westbrook's freakish athleticism, and James Harden's 1840s prospector's beard.
Ok Miami Heat won Derrick Rose tore his acl Oklahoma City won Orlando Magic won Atlanta Hawks won alright 76ers beat the bulls in the first round
Watching the Nba Playoffs. You gotta love Bandwaggon fans. All them die hard Cleveland Cavalier, Chicago Bulls, and Boston Celtic fans are now all of a sudden die hard Miami Heat and Oklahoma City fans. Yall gonna have the same crazy look yall had season. My Knicks about take this championship. I promiss you.
This is a good game, still not game of the year though. That game was definitely the most recent Miami Heat vs Oklahoma City Thunder game!
All you Miami Heat fans out there, may I ask what's wrong with you guys? Looks like a bulls/ Oklahoma City NBA finals
Many people are calling this game the NBA Championship preview: Miami Heat vs. Oklahoma City ThunderuQd0e8
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