LeBron rescues Heat with OT winner in Game 1

James made a layup as time expired in overtime, capping a 30-point, 10-rebound, 10-assist effort as the Miami Heat found a way to outlast the Indiana Pacers 103-102 in a wildly back-and-forth Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals Wednesday night. There were 18 ties and 17 lead changes, the last two of those coming in the final 2.2 seconds.

The Block Heard ‘Round The World!

Things could have turned out differently. Melo could have come crashing down in thunderous fashion with a dunk over Hibbert and the Knicks would have gone on to win Game 6 and 7. But at one moment in time, the earth stood still as two hands collided in mid-air above the rim with a basketball suspended halfway in between. And the rest is history.

Heat dismantle Bulls to pull even in series

After nine technical fouls, two ejections and a whole lot of extracurricular pushing and shoving, the end results were as follows: The biggest postseason win in Heat history, the biggest postseason loss in Chicago Bulls history, and tons of fresh venom pulsing through the veins of this now-tied Eastern Conference semifinal series. Miami won 115-78, a stunning outcome for a game that was basically back-and-forth for much of the first half.