May 28, 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Miami Heat center Chris Bosh (1) falls down on the the floor in pain while playing against the Indiana Pacers in game four of the Eastern Conference finals of the 2013 NBA Playoffs at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Indiana defeats Miami 99-92. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Miami Heat: Is Time Running Out For a Dynasty?


While the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers battle it out in Game 5 of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals, FanSided Tonite comes at you live on

Andrew Kennedy of and Matt Shetler of join me to discuss the NBA Playoffs.

While it might be hard to conceive, time might be running out on the possibility of a Miami Heat dynasty. LeBron James is still a beast, but Dwayne Wade is breaking down physically, and Chris Bosch has been a non factor in the Eastern Conference Finals. I ask my guests if the Heat’s run might be over before it has really begun.

We also look at the San Antonio Spurs and question if they are already the front runners in the NBA Finals, even without knowing their opponent. We look at the legacy of Tim Duncan and compare him to other players of his generation. Is the the best of his era? Greg Popovich is also discussed, and the question is asked, is he one of the greatest coaches in NBA history.

Other Topics Include:

  • Fines for flopping
  • Byron Scott talks with Los Angeles Clippers
  • Why is Stan Van Gundy still unemployed?
  • Melo needs another scorer, will Knicks management listen?
  • Should Cleveland trade the number one pick of the 2013 NBA Draft
  • and more!

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