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MIAMI – Hours before Game 6 of the 2011 NBA Finals, Dallas starting center Tyson Chandler joined two of his teammates, future Hall of Famers Dirk Nowitzki and Jason Kidd, for a bite to eat. Chandler sized up Nowitzki’s pre-game demeanor.
In an instant, these NBA Finals went from being a potential sleeper to a possible classic.
Until the very end, he was nothing but Shaq.
One game into the 2011 NBA Finals, and we can surely wonder: will Miami’s roll ever end this post-season?
LeBron. D-Wade. Dirk.
The fans booed LeBron James last night in Cleveland.
NBA fans, repeat after me: the Boston Celtics have four All-Stars, and Shaq. The Boston Celtics have four All-Stars, and Shaq. The Boston Celtics have four All-Stars . . . and friggin’ Shaq.
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