In their pursuit of back-to-back titles, the Miami Heat have found an unlikely hero. Only A Game’s Phil Latzman has the story of Chris “Birdman” Andersen, who’s making the most of another chance to fly in the NBA.
The San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat are tied at two games apiece, making the rest of the NBA Finals a best-of-three affair. Mike Monroe, who covers the Spurs for the San Antonio Express-News, discusses the coming games with Bill Littlefield.
LeBron James posted a triple-double in Game 1 of the NBA Finals, but it wasn’t enough for the Miami Heat to top the San Antonio Spurs. The New York Times’ Howard Beck joins Bill Littlefield to break down the Spurs’ victory and to preview the rest of the series.
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade’s violence on the floor this postseason has led Gregg Doyel of CBS Sports to pronounce him the dirtiest player in the NBA. Shaun Powell of Sports on Earth isn’t ready to go quite that far. Host Bill Littlefield moderates the debate.
Former All-Star Mike Piazza retired in 2007 after smacking 427 home runs, tops of any catcher in MLB history. But his athletic career isn’t over. Piazza will make an appearance with the Miami City Ballet.
Can anyone stop the Miami Heat from taking home another Larry O’Brien trophy? TrueHoop’s Henry Abbott joins Bill Littlefield to preview the 2013 NBA playoffs.
Led by LeBron James, the Miami Heat look ready to contend for their second straight NBA title this June. Greg Cote of the Miami Herald joined Bill Littlefield to discuss the Heat’s sizzling success.
Midway through the NBA season, three teams boast winning percentages above .700, Sports Illustrated’s Chris Ballard joined Bill Littlefield to break down this season’s title contenders.
The NBA Finals are tied at one game apiece after the Heat’s Game 2 victory in Oklahoma City. As the series shifts to Miami, CBSSports.com blogger Royce Young joins Bill Littlefield to discuss the Thunder’s chances.
Since LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh arrived in sunny Florida, the Miami Heat’s Erik Spoelstra has coached what is arguably the most talented team in the NBA. The Boston Globe’s Bob Ryan joins Bill Littlefield to talk about the pressure Spoelstra is under to bring home the championship.