Posts Tagged ‘ Oklahoma City Thunder ’

Miami Heat Win NBA Championship

The Miami Heat beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 121-106 for their second NBA championship.

Heat To Play Thunder In NBA Finals

LeBron James scores 31 points as the Miami Heat beats the Boston Celtics 101-88 in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals. The Heat now move on to face the Oklahoma City Thunder in the 2012 NBA Finals.

Thunder Advance To NBA Finals

The Oklahoma City Thunder rally to beat the San Antonio Spurs in Game 6 and advance to the NBA Finals.

Who Can Beat The Heat And Thunder

NBA on ESPN: The Miami HEAT and Oklahoma City Thunder are sitting pretty at the top of the rankings after the first half of the season.

But who else can make a run for that top spot?

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NBA releases game, broadcast schedule for 2011-12 season | NBA.com

NEW YORK — The NBA today released its complete game schedule and broadcast schedules of ABC, TNT, ESPN, NBA TV, and NBA on ESPN Radio for the 2011-12 season, in the event that the NBA is able to reach a new collective bargaining agreement with the NBPA in a timely fashion.

The league’s 66th season tips off on Tuesday, Nov. 1, as part of Kia Motors NBA Tip-Off ’11, with two games on TNT — the 16th straight season the league opens with a doubleheader on TNT. In the first game, the Dallas Mavericks open up defense of their NBA title by hosting the Chicago Bulls (8 p.m. ET), who won an NBA-best 62 games last season. Before the game, TNT will televise the championship ring ceremony. The second game features two Western Conference teams with their own championship aspirations as the Oklahoma City Thunder visits the Los Angeles Lakers (10:30 p.m. ET).

This is the fourth consecutive season that Kia Motors, the Official Automotive Partner of the NBA, has been the lead partner of NBA Tip-Off. Kia Motors NBA Tip-Off ’11 features a combined eight nationally televised games in the first four days on TNT and ESPN. The latter opens its 10th consecutive year of NBA coverage on Wednesday, Nov. 2, with a doubleheader, featuring the defending Eastern Conference champion Miami Heat visiting its conference rival New York Knicks (8 p.m. ET), followed by the Lakers visiting rookie coach Mark Jackson and the Golden State Warriors (10:30 p.m. ET).

via NBA releases game, broadcast schedule for 2011-12 season | NBA.com.

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