LeBron James, Miami Heat (February 18, 2014)
[Source: Yahoo! Sports; Photographer: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports]

LeBron James, Miami Heat (February 18, 2014)

[Source: Yahoo! Sports; Photographer: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports]

McFarlane NBA Figures: SERIES 2 (November 2002)

Antawn Jamison, Dirk Nowitzki, Elton Brand, John Stockton, Ray Allen, Steve Francis, Shaquille O’Neal, Tracy McGrady

Aside from Tracy McGrady’s abhorrent meth mouth, this one isn’t too bad. I’ll be posting all 20 series that McFarlane has released. Stay tuned

James Harden, Oklahoma City Thunder (2012 Western Conference Quarter-Finals, Game 4)
(via Bob Dylan Jr.)

James Harden, Oklahoma City Thunder (2012 Western Conference Quarter-Finals, Game 4)

(via Bob Dylan Jr.)

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Shawn Marion, Dallas Mavericks (2012 Western Conference Quarter-Finals, Game 2)
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Shawn Marion, Dallas Mavericks (2012 Western Conference Quarter-Finals, Game 2)

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KEVIN DURANT GAME-WINNER (GM. 1 v. DALLAS MAVERICKS)

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Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder (2012 Western Conference Quarter-Finals, Game 1)
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Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder (2012 Western Conference Quarter-Finals, Game 1)

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Hall of Swag: The Dopest Basketball Photos Ever
Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat
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Hall of Swag: The Dopest Basketball Photos Ever

Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat

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Rudy Gay, Memphis Grizzlies
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Rudy Gay, Memphis Grizzlies

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Andrew Bynum, Los Angeles Lakers
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Andrew Bynum, Los Angeles Lakers

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Tom Chambers, Seattle SuperSonics
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Tom Chambers, Seattle SuperSonics

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2006 NBA Finals, Game 5 - Dallas Mavericks at Miami Heat
Dallas Mavericks lead the Miami Heat by 1 point (100-99) with 9.1 seconds left in OT… The ball is inbounded to Dwyane Wade, who marvelously weaves his way to the rim before earning a controversial foul call from referee Bennett Salvatore with 1.9 seconds remaining. Wade hits both free throws and the Heat go on to win, 101-100, taking a 3-2 series lead.
Dwyane Wade set an NBA Finals record for most free throws made in a game (21), as he attempted (25) as many free throws as the collective Mavericks roster in Game 5.
In 2011, ESPN’s John Hollinger would evaluate Wade’s performance in the 2006 NBA Finals as the greatest since the NBA-ABA merger.
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2006 NBA Finals, Game 5 - Dallas Mavericks at Miami Heat

Dallas Mavericks lead the Miami Heat by 1 point (100-99) with 9.1 seconds left in OTThe ball is inbounded to Dwyane Wade, who marvelously weaves his way to the rim before earning a controversial foul call from referee Bennett Salvatore with 1.9 seconds remaining. Wade hits both free throws and the Heat go on to win, 101-100, taking a 3-2 series lead.

Dwyane Wade set an NBA Finals record for most free throws made in a game (21), as he attempted (25) as many free throws as the collective Mavericks roster in Game 5.

In 2011, ESPN’s John Hollinger would evaluate Wade’s performance in the 2006 NBA Finals as the greatest since the NBA-ABA merger.

[Image Source: NBC Sports; Photographer: Terrence Vaccaro/NBAE/Getty Images]

LeBron James scores 37 points on the Dallas Mavericks

Dallas Mavericks vs. Miami Heat (Christmas Day 2011)

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Post too dope to go without reblog. Beautiful photo, too. (I spotted the same pic earlier via @joehaden23.)
gotemcoach:

According to Adrian Ruhi, of the Miami Herald, Mark Cuban rented out the exclusive Miami nightclub LIV (where Drake’s Forever video was filmed), and pre-purchased at least 250 bottles of champagne, and a reported $80K bottle of Ace of Spades as big as Juan Jose Barea.  I’ll be honest, I don’t even know what Ace of Spades is…

Ruhi:  Nobody from Miami goes to LIV.  Most expensive club in the U.S. probably.  All celebs and tourists.  My cousin used to wait tables there.  Jay-Z, Beyonce, Weezy, NBA players there on the regular.  “Regular folk” could never afford it.  Bottles there cost thousands.

Reportedly, Lil Wayne, Slim Thug, Based GOD (again, pleading ignorance) and allegedly Erick Dampier (of the Miami Heat) all joined the Mavericks to celebrate.
Ever want to see Mark Cuban dance with the Larry O’Brien trophy to Jim Jones’ Ballin?  You have?  Lucky-dog.
DEVELOPING:  Apparently, the Mavs also enjoyed 100 bottles of an presumably alcoholic beverage known as Rozay.  [VIDEO] What might that be?  You guess is as good as mine.  (Just did the research, and I’m being led to believe Rozay is Ace of Spades?  I don’t care.  I delete nothing.  No mistakes.)
Remember what your mothers told you:  Nothing good happens after midnight…
@gotem_coach

Post too dope to go without reblog. Beautiful photo, too. (I spotted the same pic earlier via @joehaden23.)

gotemcoach:

According to Adrian Ruhi, of the Miami Herald, Mark Cuban rented out the exclusive Miami nightclub LIV (where Drake’s Forever video was filmed), and pre-purchased at least 250 bottles of champagne, and a reported $80K bottle of Ace of Spades as big as Juan Jose Barea.  I’ll be honest, I don’t even know what Ace of Spades is…

Ruhi:  Nobody from Miami goes to LIV.  Most expensive club in the U.S. probably.  All celebs and tourists.  My cousin used to wait tables there.  Jay-Z, Beyonce, Weezy, NBA players there on the regular.  “Regular folk” could never afford it.  Bottles there cost thousands.

Reportedly, Lil Wayne, Slim Thug, Based GOD (again, pleading ignorance) and allegedly Erick Dampier (of the Miami Heat) all joined the Mavericks to celebrate.

Ever want to see Mark Cuban dance with the Larry O’Brien trophy to Jim Jones’ Ballin?  You have?  Lucky-dog.

DEVELOPING:  Apparently, the Mavs also enjoyed 100 bottles of an presumably alcoholic beverage known as Rozay.  [VIDEO] What might that be?  You guess is as good as mine.  (Just did the research, and I’m being led to believe Rozay is Ace of Spades?  I don’t care.  I delete nothing.  No mistakes.)

Remember what your mothers told you:  Nothing good happens after midnight…

@gotem_coach

Great day for Dirk. Bad day for D-Wade. Worse day for LeBron. Worst day for Birdman.

Great day for Dirk. Bad day for D-Wade. Worse day for LeBron. Worst day for Birdman.

Tyson Chandler v. Joel Anthony (2011 NBA Finals, Game 1)
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Tyson Chandler v. Joel Anthony (2011 NBA Finals, Game 1)

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