LeBron James is the biggest bargain in the game, thanks to the max-contract rule in the CBA. Owners might have shortchanged him $250 million over his career, but James is using it to his advantage, writes Tom Haberstroh.
The Heat were crushed by the Spurs when LeBron James and Dwyane Wade were on the court together in the Finals, but they survived. The Spurs are better this time around, says Tom Haberstroh. Can Wade's health be the difference?
The Heat still haven't figured out how to neutralize Roy Hibbert, who turns into Dwight Howard against the defending champs. But rather than turn to Udonis Haslem, Chris Bosh's 3-point shooting holds the key, writes Tom Haberstroh.
Tom Haberstroh writes that the Miami Heat have quietly shed their offensive image and now increasingly go to the low post. In fact, both LeBron James and Dwyane Wade rank as two of the most effective post-up weapons in the league.