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  • From Dwyane Wade: “As a friend and a teammate, I am sad to see my brother LeBron leave to begin a new journey. In 2010, we decided to come together all for one goal – to win championships and we succeeded. We were friends when we first joined the league and created an unbreakable bond the past four years. "Our collaboration will always be very ... read more...
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  • Rashard Lewis is moving on. The Heat free agent has agreed to play for the Dallas Mavericks next season for the veteran's minimum, according to Yahoo Sports. Lewis played for two seasons with the Heat, and won a championship in 2013. STORY: Heat signs D... read more...
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  • Udonis Haslem was the first player to leave millions on the table in the hopes of keeping the Heat together. On Friday, the Heat rewarded him for his commitment to the franchise and the city and officially re-signed Haslem to a two-year deal. Haslem’s new deal was made official after an emotional three days that saw former Heat players Mike Miller and James Jones both ... read more...
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  • LeBron James broke the news of his decision on Friday with a personal essay published by SI.com and told by writer Lee Jenkins. James is going home to Cleveland and said the reason for returning to the Cavaliers and leaving Miami was his love for Northeast Ohio: ... read more...
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  • The emotional conclusion of the Heat’s free-agency saga came to a defiant end on Tuesday with Dwyane Wade finalizing a new deal to remain with the only professional team he has ever known. Wade came to terms with the Heat and then sent out a message on Twitter calling Miami “home.” “Home Is Where The Heart Is,” Wade wrote. “My Home, My City, My House…#HeatLifer”... read more...
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  • Two long-time assistant coaches for the Heat will no longer be regular contributors to the day-to-day operations of the team. Hall of Famer Bob McAdoo and coaching legend Ron Rothstein have been reassigned by the Heat, the Herald confirmed on Monday. McAdoo and Rothstein were both originally hired as assistants by Heat president Pat Riley. Yahoo Sports first reported t... read more...
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  • From Pat Riley:“While I am disappointed by LeBron's decision to leave Miami, no one can fault another person for wanting to return home. The last four years have been an incredible run for South Florida, Heat fans, our organization and for all of the players who were a part of it.  LeBron is a fantastic leader, athlete, teammate and pers... read more...
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  • The Heat re-signed Chris Andersen on Saturday. Heat president Pat Riley on Birdman: "Chris Andersen has had two great seasons with us and without him, we would not have been able to win the 2013 NBA Championship,” Riley said. “I’m happy he decided to come back and we’re looking forward to a great season from him in the power rotation.ȁ... read more...
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  • Pat Riley couldn't keep them all in Miami, and on Wednesday forward James Jones agreed to join LeBron James in Cleveland, according to a report. Jones, 33, spent six seasons with the Heat, winning two championships. Jones said at the end of the season that he wanted to remain in Miami, but LeBron apparently recruited Jones heavily. LeBron, Jones and Ray Allen went ... read more...
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  • Life after LeBron is coming together for the Heat. In major victories for the team considering where it was on Friday, the Heat finalized a two-year deal with small forward Luol Deng on Sunday afternoon and followed that up with new contracts for Mario Chalmers and Chris Andersen. Sunday’s haul gives the Heat four important free-agent signings since losing out on LeBro... read more...
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  • The Miami Heat outlasted the San Antonio Spurs 111-108, in a preseason tilt that served as a rematch of the 2014 NBA Finals, that was dominated by the Spurs. The Heat were able to jump out to a double-digit lead early, as they took a 29-19 lead into the Second Quarter, behind eight points from […] ... read more...
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  • Game 6 of the 2014 NBA Finals this wasn't. Just another NBA preseason outing, albeit an extended one, with the Miami Heat escaping the AT&T Center on Saturday night with a 111-108 overtime victory over the San Antonio Spurs.... read more...
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  • Riding the efforts of a few rookies in a game where Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and Luol Deng didn’t play, the Miami Heat beat the San Antonio Spurs and won its second-straight preseason game. Point Guard Position Battle Update: In a game Erik Spoelstra rested Wade, Bosh and Deng, Shabazz Napier handled most of the […] ... read more...
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  • The Heat vs Spurs live stream information. It will be an NBA Finals rematch when the Miami Heat take on the San Antonio Spurs at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas at 8:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, Oct. 18. The game will air live on SunSports for those in South Florida. How can you […] ... read more...
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  • After last season, the Miami Heat talked about adding more depth and youth, especially on the wings. Pat Riley has done some of that already, adding James Ennis, drafting Shabazz Napier and signing Shawne Williams, but the Heat still lack depth on the perimeter. As teams trim their rosters from 20 to 15 in preparation for […] ... read more...
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  • As Josh McRoberts continues to recover from off-season toe surgery, the Miami Heat have been experimenting with a variety of starting power forwards during the preseason. Shawne Williams, Udonis Haslem and Danny Granger have all gotten a turn. In Miami’s 115-108 win over the Golden State Warriors Friday, Williams may have won the job, according […] ... read more...
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