Ugh, what a terrible season.
I’ve been a Miami Heat fan since I was in my mother’s womb and I have to say, this may have been the most depressing season in Miami’s history.
Yes, more depressing than the first few years as an expansion franchise. More depressing than the constant first round playoff exits in the late 90s and early 2000s. This season has been even more depressing...
Some good news was bestowed on Miami Heat nation as Chris Bosh announced on Friday that he has been cleared to resume basketball activity.
Bosh missed the second half of the regular season when he was ruled out for the year due to blood clots found on his lung back in February. The clots were serious to the point that the veteran big was in the hospital for a week.
Bosh on his health...
When the Miami Heat defeated the Philadelphia 76ers in their regular season finale on Wednesday night, the team hardly resembled the starting lineup that took the court in the regular season opener.
Back on October 29, the Heat defeated the Washington Wizards, 107-95, at American Airlines Arena in the first game of the season. The starting lineup was as follows—Chris Bosh, Shawne...
While it was expected for some time that Goran Dragic would opt out of the final year of his contract, now it’s official.
Ira Winderman of The Sun Sentinel has confirmed that Dragic will opt out and head into free agency this offseason. Dragic held a player option for the 2015-16 season which would have paid him $7.5 million. However, the 28-year-old point guard has made it...
Goran Dragic confirmed Friday that he will opt out of his contract and become a free agent in July.
Dragic has said he hopes to stay with the Miami Heat, but he will review offers in free agency.
"Every offer, we're going to go through," Dragic said. "I like this organization, this basketball style."
The Miami Heat beat the Philadelphia 76ers, 105-101, where the only thing at stake was the Heat’s draft pick. Coupled with the Nets win earlier that night, the Heat got to keep that pick since it’s in the Top 10. Erik Spoelstra only played SIX players the entire game, with four playing all 48 minutes.
One of those guys that played the entire game was Michael Beasley. Beasley...
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Miami’s 105-101 victory over the Sixers capped off a few things: their first losing season (37-45) since 07-08 (15-67), their first time missing the playoffs since 07-08 (which also made them the first team since the 04-05 Lakers to go from the NBA Finals to the lottery in one year...
Miami Heat super cool forward Michael Beasley scored 34 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in the last game of the season. Will Pat Riley sign him again for the 4th time in his career this summer. Probs.
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James Ennis and Tyler Johnson confirmed they have committed to again playing in summer league for the Heat, with the team to field units in the Orlando and Las Vegas leagues in July.
Ennis and Johnson each averaged just under 20.0 minutes per game for the Heat.
With the exception of the 2010 offseason, Dwyane Wade prefers not to be involved in the recruitment of players for the Miami Heat in free agency.
The Heat face free agent decisions this offseason with Goran Dragic and Luol Deng.
"If they want to be here, they'll be here," Wade said.
Wade leaves those decisions and that work to Pat Riley and the front office.
"I don't have a sense...
The Miami Heat came into Wednesday’s regular season finale against the Philadelphia 76ers knowing it would be their last game in 2014-15. This is relatively unfamiliar territory for Miami, which will miss the playoffs for the first time since 2007-08. It marks only the second time Dwyane Wade and Udonis Haslem will miss the playoffs in their twelve-year careers, and the first time...
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Miami ended the season with two wins in one game.
With a stopgap starting five each playing 40-plus minutes, the Heat held on to defeat the Philadelphia 76ers 105-101 on Wednesday night in a season finale more meaningful for the NBA draft order.
The Heat's win paired with Brooklyn's win meant Miami is all but assured of keeping its top-10 draft pick. If Miami...
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There is no tangible evidence that the best Miami Heat coach left town simultaneously along with their best player over the summer of 2014. However, as the Cavaliers continue their ascent toward the playoffs, the Miami Heat show a painful descent into virtual irrelevance and non-participation in the 2015 NBA Playoffs.
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There are plenty of people on this green earth who coach and play sports. For these men and women, the DNA of athletic success is so deeply coded into the human organism that it’s a sin against nature to view any loss as “good.”
Thus begins a counterintuitive examination of the most successful “bad season” in the 2015 NBA… especially since the New York Knicks...
With a game remaining to the 2014-15 NBA season, as the Miami Heat will miss the playoffs after making four straight finals appearance. Let’s look at what went wrong this season.
The Miami Heat could not stay healthy throughout the entire season. Dwyane Wade could not stay on the court consistently enough as he was in and out of the lineup throughout the year. Wade...
The good news for the Miami Heat after Monday night: Their playoff hopes are still mathematically and technically alive. The bad news: This is not going to be easy.
ESPN.com's Hollinger Playoff Odds place Miami's chance of making the postseason at 4.7 percent with one game remaining. That's slim, but it's actually a fair improvement over the Heat's standing headed into Monday, when...
Chris Bosh's birthday part looks like it was all kinds of awesome. Here is photos and videos from Boshtoberfest.
Although his birthday was actually on March 24, Chris Bosh wasn't able to celebrate the occasion properly at the time, likely as a result of his recuperation from the blood clots on his lung. But last night, the Miami Heat gathered to fete Bosh. Dwyane Wade was ready for the party -- and wanted to let everyone know that he'd be arriving in style.
And when the party got started, NBA...
He may not be playing in the NBA this season but Ray Allen sure likes to show off his sneaker collection.
Check out this sick collection of kicks which includes a freaking walk-in shoe closet! Let me repeat a walk-in shoe closet.
I wonder how much value all those kick total out to?
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While it’s not yet known if Ray Allen will return to the NBA at some point, what is known – thanks to the future Hall of Famer’s Instagram account – is that his stockpile of sneakers is impressive as hell. Allen took to social media to share a couple photos of his closet, which features
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Ray Allen is well-known for being a rather avid sneakerhead and the Jordan Brand athlete has certainly had his fair share of player exclusives over the years. With Allen recently completing a brand-new sneaker closet, the legendary three-point shooter posted a couple photos of his collection (because there’s no way that he could have fit
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LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers host the Miami Heat team on Thursday night in a nationally televised game. A look at the standings in the Eastern Conference indicates that there’s a very compelling reason to pay attention to the game: It could be a first-round playoff preview. And according to James, a Cavs-Heat showdown...Read More
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Even though he was speaking to David Aldridge, Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra used part of his interview time to express his best wishes to Craig Sager who recently learned that his leukemia has returned. I’m sure everyone, including David Aldridge, agrees with Spoelstra when he states, “I wish it was Craig doing this interview
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