Breaking News – The Miami Heat WIN the NBA Championship Finals

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The Miami Heat held off the San Antonio Spurs 95-88 in the climactic Game 7 to win their second consecutive NBA championship. Finals MVP LeBron James and Dwyane Wade combined for 59 points and 22 rebounds for Miami. Tim Duncan led San Antonio with 24 points and 12 rebounds.
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Logan Herl, Steven Bauer, my wife, Clara Balboa and myself, Gerry, teamed up to make a dream come true. As avid crossfitters, we knew what types of materials feel the best and what our fellow crossfitters would want. Needless to say comfort and durability is key!

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Heat win! Take Game 3, 91-85


LeBron James scored 29 points and 14 rebounds, and the Miami Heat rallied from a 10-point second-half deficit to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 91-85 in Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Sunday night.

James hit a free throw with 16.2 seconds left to make it a two-possession game, the Thunder immediately turned it over and Miami escaped to grab a 2-1 lead in the best -of-seven title series.

Dwyane Wade scored 25 and Chris Bosh added 10 for Miami. Kevin Durant scored 25 points, Russell Westbrook added 19 and Kendrick Perkins finished with 10 points and 12 rebounds for the Thunder, who were just 15-for-24 from the foul line.

Game 4 is Tuesday in Miami.

Jason Taylor announces retirement

DAVIE, Fla. –

Miami Dolphins linebacker Jason Taylor has announced Sunday will be his last game as a professional football player.

Taylor, 37, made the announcement after the Dolphins’ practice Wednesday.

“After 15 years of doing this and 13 here in Miami, unfortunately and fortunately — it’s been a great run in some ways — this will be my last game as a Miami Dolphin and as a professional football player,” Taylor said. “I look forward to enjoying this week and soaking it all in for the next few days. We have a game left to play. There will be a time for thank yous and goodbyes and all that. This is not the time, but I will say this will be my last game as an NFL football player.”

When asked what prompted his decision, Taylor said he realized it was the right time to retire.

“It’s been a tough year, unfortunately. We’ve had some good times, but we’ve had a lot of bad times this year, too, tough times. This organization in the future’s going to make some changes, and I think part of those changes is needing to address some personnel positions. This is the right time for me to go ahead and go and allow this organization to grow and improve,” Taylor said.

It is fitting that it would be against the rival New York Jets. It’ll be his 204th game with the Dolphins, which ranks second to Dan Marino’s 242.

Taylor spent all but two of his 15 years in the NFL with the Dolphins. He had one-year stints with the Washington Redskins and the Jets.

Taylor is the NFL’s active career sack leader with 139 ½, which makes him sixth on the all-time list. He was the player of the year in 2006 and earned six Pro Bowl selections. He never made it to the Super Bowl.

Taylor has scored nine touchdowns, the most by any player whose primary position was the defensive line and who entered the league after 1970. His four safeties are tied for fourth most in NFL history. He holds a Dolphins record with 27 fumble recoveries.

Taylor is certain to stay busy in retirement. He has dabbled in acting and earned runner-up honors on ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars” in 2008. He has been honored many times for his work in the community, and his South Florida foundation has contributed more than $2 million in grants and services to help children.


LeBron’s 37 lifts Heat past Mavs 105-94


LeBron James and the Miami Heat couldn’t keep the Dallas Mavericks from winning the most recent NBA championship. They did a nice job, however, of getting the Mavs’ title defense off to an ugly start.

James had 37 points, 10 rebounds and six assists as the Heat beat the Mavericks 105-94 Sunday in a game that was hardly ever as close as the final score might suggest.

Maybe the pregame banner-raising ceremony left the Mavs emotionally drained or — more likely — the overhaul of their roster is slow to take hold. The newly minted champs were down by 15 after one quarter, 21 at halftime, and 35 a few minutes into the second half.

Miami made it look easy, scoring at least 30 points in each of the first three quarters. James had the top highlight, tipping an alley-oop pass to Dwyane Wade so he could have the dunk.

Wade had 26 points, eight rebounds and six assists as the Heat cemented their status as the preseason favorite to win it all. Udonis Haslem added nine points and 14 rebounds.

Dallas hardly showed any life until newcomer Lamar Odom was ejected for something he said while arguing a charging call late in the third quarter. Soon after, Jason Terry fueled a surged that got the Mavs within 17 midway through the fourth. Dallas coach Rick Carlisle recognized how unlikely it was that they would come all the way back, so he kept Dirk Nowitzki, Jason Kidd and Shawn Marion on the bench the entire final period.

Terry ended up leading Dallas with 23 points. Nowitzki scored 21 in three quarters. Marion scored 12, and Delonte West added 10 in his Dallas debut. West also started the second half in place of another newcomer, Vince Carter. Carter had five points, two rebounds and three steals in 21 minutes.

NBA Commissioner David Stern attended the game and took part in the banner raising ceremony. Fans greeted him with boos, perhaps showing disgust over the lockout that delayed the start of the season from Nov. 1 and shrunk the season by 16 games.