Brendan Haywood says ‘Us Against The World’ mentality pushed Dallas Mavs to beat LeBron & Big 3-era Miami Heat in ‘11 NBA Finals

The 2011 NBA Finals matchup between the Miami Heat and Dallas Mavericks is known as a major defeat in LeBron James’ career. Simply put: James underperformed in four consecutive fourth quarters vs the Mavs. As a result, the Mavs defeated a heavily favored Miami Heat team that featured Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade and LeBron James

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Jason Terry believes Kawhi Leonard and Klay Thompson are B-Side players

First it was Klay Thompson doesn’t compare to James Harden and now, Kawhi Leonard is getting thrown into the picture as well. Jason Terry, once again, let’s his opinion known about Kawhi Leonard and Klay Thompson (via SiriusXM NBA Radio): “Let’s get James Harden, move him to the side over here. He’s an A-side performer, right?

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Is Klay Thompson really better than James Harden?

The discussion of who’s a better player is always interesting, but most of the time, subjective. Everyone has their preferences and motives, so sometimes trying to figure out who’s a better player can be an everlasting argument that even statistics can’t put an end to. So today’s question is who’s the better player, James Harden

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Jason Terry guarantees a Rockets win against Warriors in Game 5

Jason Terry has never shied away from spotlight or hidden his confidence. This is the same guy that while with the Dallas Mavericks back in 2011, he tattooed the Larry O’Brien Trophy on his bicep to ensure that they would win the Championship that year. They went on to beat the Miami Heat in the

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Is Ty Lawson The Rockets’ Missing Piece?

It is game five of the Western Conference Finals, and the only point guard left on the roster after an injury to Patrick Beverly, is Pablo Prigioni. You’re going against the new MVP, Steph Curry, and a Golden State Warriors team that grabbed the number one seed in the West. You do have James Harden

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James Harden wants Rockets to add playmaker this offseason

One of my favorite parts of the 2014-15 regular season was watching Houston Rockets guard James Harden become one of the five best players in the NBA.  Harden, who finished 2nd in MVP voting to Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry, shouldered a massive load for the Rockets, who were without Dwight Howard for half

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Patrick Beverley return during Western Conference Finals not likely

Patrick Beverley is not likely to return during the Western Conference Finals. Houston Rockets defensive stalwart Patrick Beverley has been sidelined since March due to left wrist surgery, and it was anticipated that Beverley’s recovery time would be four months. However as the Rockets gear up to square off against the Golden State Warriors in

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2015 NBA Playoffs: Is Superman Back for the Rockets?

Was Dwight Howard’s strong showing in Game 1 a sign of things to come for the remainder of the postseason? The Houston Rockets topped the Dallas Mavericks 118-108 in Game 1 of their first round series behind a balanced attack, including 15 points from Corey Brewer (13 in the 4th) and 11 points and 7 rebounds

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Paul Pierce says Nets would’ve ‘folded-up’ without him and Kevin Garnett

Paul Pierce opened up about his time in Brooklyn with Jackie MacMullan. With the additions of Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Jason Terry, the 2013-14 Brooklyn Nets were deemed the team with the best chance to dethrone LeBron James and the Miami Heat. Brooklyn mortgaged their future in the swap for Pierce, Garnett and Terry, but

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Patrick Beverley sidelined for four months after undergoing wrist surgery

Patrick Beverley will miss the remainder of the season for Houston. Houston Rockets point guard Patrick Beverley looked to stave off season-ending wrist surgery in hopes of returning to the Rockets this year, but the 26-year-old Beverley was forced to undergo surgery on Tuesday morning after it was determined by Houston’s medical staff that the

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