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  • The Miami Heat have a new starting point guard. After three seasons spent backing up Mario Chalmers as an energy man off the bench, Norris Cole has supplanted the incumbent as the quarterback of what—for the past few seasons anyway—has ... read more...
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  • Five months after being run off the court by San Antonio, four months after LeBron James took his talents to Cleveland, the Heat aren't looking to have a representative little season, just give it a good effort, the way people talk about them.... read more...
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  • Recovering from off-season toe surgery, Josh McRobert’s recovery is taking longer than originally expected. The Miami Heat power forward is still limited in practice, and is questionable for Wednesday’s game against the Washington Wizards, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel’s Ira Winderman. McRoberts, who underwent offseason toe surgery before signin... read more...
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  • LeBron James is no longer playing for the Miami Heat and the team returns only seven players from last season’s tram following a fast and furious rebuild. We don’t know how healthy Dwyane Wade will be this season, or if Chris Bosh can shoulder an increased scoring responsibility on a night-to-night basis. Hell, we don’t […] ... read more...
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  • STUFF I'M THINKING ABOUT 1. Could rookie forward James Ennis average more than 10 points per game as a rookie? If that actually happened, everyone in the Heat's scouting department should get raises. An unexpected offensive infusion this season from someone... read more...
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  • Speaking with reporters on Friday at Heat Media Day, forward Luol Deng said he hoped to turn the racially sensitive comments made by Hawks general manager Danny Ferry "into something positive." Deng signed with the Heat this offseason after LeBron James left for the Cleveland Cavaliers, and Deng will be an important player this season for a team that has reac... read more...
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  • Chris Bosh might be a familar name, but he will play a new role this season for the Heat. He's the team's marquee player with LeBron now in Cleveland and Dwyane Wade expected to miss a large chunk of games resting his knees. On Friday, Bosh sounded ready to accept the challege: “I’ve been in a similar p... read more...
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  • After a tumultuous offseason and a handful of interesting preseason battles, the Miami Heat have their final 15. The roster the four-time defending Eastern Conference champions will enter 2014-15 with is set. And while a fifth straight Finals berth is likely out of reach for this group, this is a team with the pedigree and ... read more...
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  • Wes Goldberg and David Ramil are psyched for the start of the the regular season, and discuss the Miami Heat’s opening night game against Southeast Division rival the Washington Wizards and look ahead to the Heat’s week in basketball. We also talk about the recent roster cuts–Khem Birch, Larry Drew II, Tyler Johnson and Shawn […] ... read more...
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  • With the Miami Heat’s season opener just days away, it is now or never for former Chicago Bull turned Cleveland Cavalier Luol Deng; the Heat take on the Washington Wizards at the AmericanAirlines Arena on Wednesday, October 29 and if preseason is any indication of how much head coach Erik Spoelstra will be counting on […] ... read more...
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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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  • 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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