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Habs Take Stranglehold Over Tampa in ECQF

Written By: Iain Carnegie, BBBR

It is as close to a perfect game as it gets, and it left the Montréal Canadiens with a two game series lead, and left the Tampa Bay Lightning paying a hefty price – no pun intended. 405 more words

Montreal Canadiens

How Much Is Left In DWades Tank?

By: Sandy Naser

When the Miami Heat take the court for the Eastern Conference playoffs on Sunday, the one guy I’m looking forward to seeing is Heat guard Dwayne Wade. 295 more words

2014 NBA Eastern Conference First Round Preview

It’s that time of year again guys, time for playoff basketball. This post season has a different feel to it though. The usual suspects such as… 960 more words

Heat Open Quest For Another Title VS Bobcats

MIAMI (AP) — Even as the two-time defending NBA champions, the Miami Heat say they aren’t overlooking any team heading into the playoffs.

The Charlotte Bobcats haven’t beaten the Heat a single time since LeBron James changed addresses. 99 more words


The Playoffs Are Upon Us: The Eastern Conference


By Jazmine August

     On the Eve of the kickoff to the 2014 NBA Playoffs, the media outlets are buzzing with match-up predictions, potential upsets and possible title contenders. 438 more words

Starting Point Sports

Hello Brooklyn.

Raptors. Nets. Conference Quarter-Finals. 2007. Nets took it 4-2 against an inexperienced Raptors team.

Flash forward to 2014. The scenario is eerily similar. The veteran Nets at the 6th spot, the Raptors are 3rd in the conference. 726 more words

Lopsided Conferences Call For Playoff Reform

The playoffs haven’t even begun and there is already a tragedy; the Phoenix Suns sitting 14 games above .500 at 48-34 missed the playoffs.

I’ll preface by saying the talent in the Western Conference this year is incredible, and far deeper than anything the Eastern Conference can offer. 269 more words