Windhorst has covered LeBron James since the Chosen One was a high school prodigy in Ohio. Now he covers James and the Heat for ESPN.com, and consistently provides scoops, insights and interesting stats.
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The Miami Heat vs. the Oklahoma City Thunder. LeBron James vs. Kevin Durant. Dwyane Wade vs. Russell Westbrook. For many basketball fans, the 2012 NBA Finals will be the league's best championship matchup in years.
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Will you root for the Heat's cunningly assembled superteam to win it all, finally letting James shed the championship gorilla from his back? Or will you pull for the small-market Thunder, led by the egoless Durant and built up through years of savvy draft picks? One could argue that your answer to these questions reveals deep-rooted truths about how you view the sport itself.
Of course, we won't know who actually wins until June 19 at the earliest -- and possibly not until June 26, when a decisive Game 7 showdown would take place in Oklahoma. For now, fans of both teams will keep up with news, find expert analysis and talk trash in one particular place -- Twitter.
Here, Mashable provides 11 Twitter feeds guaranteed to keep you informed and entertained as the Heat and Thunder do hardcourt battle for eternal NBA glory. From players to beat writers to blogs to columnists, we've got you covered with some of the very best.
Click through the slideshow above to see the accounts both hoop-heads and casual fans alike should follow during the 2012 NBA Finals — but don’t stop there, because we’re sure we missed a few. Who would you add to this list? Let us know in the comments.
This story originally published on Mashable here.