Harmon hits the microphone on a Friday to chat up the NBA Finals and the dominance of LeBron James. We’ll save the “legacy” debates for a later day. This day is about honoring the clinic put on by the divisive star. Harmon touches on the evolving Aaron Hernandez case, a bit of Major League Baseball [...]

Harmon’s Podcast 6.19 rolls up NBA Finals Game 6 chatter. It’s LeBron James, Jesus Shuttlesworth and fantastic finishes. The Heat & Spurs are rolling to Game 7, and Harmon lays it out. The NHL Stanley Cup Final moves to Game 4 on Wednesday with the Bruins holding a 2-1 advantage over the Blackhawks. Can the [...]

Harmon returns from an action-packed sports weekend to talk Stanley Cup Final, NBA Finals, Major League Baseball ticketing and attendance, Yasiel Puig and what calls us back to the game and, of course, the weekend box office. Listen to internet radio with Swollen Dome on BlogTalkRadio

Where did he go? If you blinked, you missed LeBron James in Game 4. Sure, he continued his work on the defensive end and contributed rebounds and assists. But, James failed to assert himself offensively and watched as Game 4 slipped away. James was held to a playoff-low eight points in this, his 91st career [...]

Dwyane Wade was the unquestioned star of the Heat’s Game 3 win over the Mavericks on Sunday night, though you have to give Chris Bosh credit for knocking down the baseline jumper that proved to be the game-winner. LeBron James made plays defensively and found Bosh for the game-winner, but Gregg Doyel of CBS Sports [...]

The matchup was set a little more than a week ago. Jokes circulated throughout the blogosphere and the Twitter-verse about the battle between “2 1/2 Men” and “Derrick Rose’s Chicago Bulls.” Be it a television show, off-Broadway play or film, you could just envision the poster. LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Derrick Rose received all [...]

Stephen A. Smith put it up on the board a couple weeks back. Eventually, everybody else jumped onboard and started hyping the LeBron to Miami talk. I do have to ask the base question. I posted it on Facebook and Twitter, and I reiterate it here …. Is there a better or more complete switch [...]

I Tweeted this early on Wednesday, but now that I have a minute, I thought I’d go beyond the 140-character limit to write about Kevin Durant. It was announced in a simple statement (via Twitter) that the superstar small forward (30.1 PPG in 2009-10) had quietly agreed to a five-year extension of his contract worth [...]