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LeBron Trashes Evans' Talk

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On a day Brooklyn Nets forward Reggie Evans questioned the legitimacy of the Miami Heat's 2012 NBA championship, the Heat gave Evans something more tangible to mull:

 Whether the Nets ever will beat the Heat or Read Full Article »

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