LeBron's Cramps Sink Heat In Game One

The Spurs finally found a way to slow down LeBron James. The air conditioning was broken during Game One of the NBA Finals at the AT&T Center, and the Spurs pulled out a 110-95 win over the Miami Heat. San Antonio closed the game on a 31-9 run and outscored the Heat 16-3 when James left the game for good with cramps with 3:59 left in the fourth quarter. Tim Duncan posted 21 points and 10 rebounds, while Tony Parker chipped in with 19 points and eight assists. Manu Ginobili put up a double-double with 16 points and 11 assists. Danny Green led the charge during the Spurs' huge fourth quarter, scoring 11 of his 13 points. LeBron posted 25 points and six rebounds, but only played 33 minutes. He had been averaging slightly over 38 minutes in the postseason. Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade combined to score 27 points. Game Two is Sunday night in San Antonio.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

4 days 21 hours ago

The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is 6-0 Senior Forward Megan Jensen with the St. Francis Borgia Girls Basketball Team. Megan scored 24 points leading Borgia to a 52-47 win over Cardinal Ritter in the championship game of the Borgia/Competitive Edge Tournament Saturday afternoon. In three tournament games last week. Megan scored 63 points and earned MVP honors.

OFF THE CUFF with Diane Jones

19 hours 28 min ago

When our daughter turned 13, as part of her birthday celebration we drove 13 seventh-grade girls to the mall. As one of the drivers, I can attest that a vanload of young adolescent girls generates plenty of chatter...and plenty of drama.

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SPORTS CORNER

22 hours 29 min ago

Boys Basketball...
Borgia shot 50 percent from the floor and had four players in double figures in a 71-51 win over St. Dominic. Luke DeLine drained four three pointers and finished with 18 points. Jack Hellebusch hit five three's for 15 points with Alex Movila adding 15 and Trey Hunter 10 as Borgia moved to 16-5 and 3-2 in the AAA Conference. Jared North scored 15 for the Crusaders, now 12-11 and 0-5.