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  • ATLANTA — It’s almost like it never happened. No, really. Think about it. This entire regular season is almost in the books, the playoffs are almost here and consider where the Heat is physically, strategically and mentally after Saturday’s 98-85 loss to the Atlanta Hawks. For the first time since early November, the Heat featured a starting lineup of LeBron Jam... read more...
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  • No matter the scenario or season, this much seems true whenever the Heat and Pacers get together for a big game in Miami. The Heat has the ability to dial up a blowout on command. It happened in Game 7 of the 2013 Eastern Conference finals and it happened on Friday at AmericanAirlines Arena with home-court advantage for a potential East finals rematch at stake. ... read more...
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  • With LeBron, Bosh, Chalmers and Andersen given the night off by the Heat, a look at the starting lineups, inactives, referees and a pregame note of note for Wednesday's 8 p.m. game between the Miami Heat and Philadelphia 76ers at AmericanAirlines Arena (TV: Sun Sports. Radio: 790-AM, 104.3-FM, 106.3-FM, 710-AM-Spanish):... read more...
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  • So it turns out the NBA might actually think LeBron James is a master of Kung fu. James was called for a flagrant foul-one during the fourth quarter of the Heat’s loss to the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday and the league reviewed the play and determined James’ flying elbow to Roy Hibbert’s jaw received the appropriate call from officials. A flagrant-one, according to the ... read more...
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  • MIAMI — For six months, Dwyane Wade had worked, waited, worked and waited some more, all with this weekend in mind. He had missed 28 games, all in the name of being present, and productive, in the playoffs from the very start. To feel fine, fr... read more...
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  • Wes Goldberg and David Ramil talk about Game 1 of Miami Heat vs Charlotte Bobcats and the rest of the NBA Playoffs. Also, how these playoffs show why eliminating conferences in the NBA wouldn’t work. Don’t forget to subscribe and rate us on iTunes. Check Out Sports Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with All U […]... read more...
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  • MEMPHIS — Undersized and undermanned, the Heat took the floor on Wednesday against one of the league’s most rugged teams, and for three quarters nearly shot its way to an unlikely victory. With three centers out of commission, the Heat lacked the requisite size to pound inside with Memphis bruisers Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph. Add to that mismatch the struggle of play... read more...
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  • Q: I get that as Chris Bosh goes outside he helps create space for Dwyane Wade and LeBron James. What worries me is that he gets lost out there and settles for 3-pointers. Why not run him inside a bit more, so he is not so predictable and can offer a more consistent offensive option. The Heat will need more from him in the next round for sure. -- Chet.... read more...
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  • For the first time since preseason training, all 15 players on the Heat’s roster practiced together on Friday at AmericanAirlines Arena in preparation for Sunday’s playoff opener against the Charlotte Bobcats. “It was like old times,” forward Chris Bosh said. “It was awesome.” Preserving the health of its players was the top priority for the Heat this season. Sh... read more...
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  • Dwyane Wade's latest Li-Ning shoes dropped in China on March 5 and they're pretty ... well...nationalistic. The release date coincided with Lei Feng Day, which honors a famous solider in the People's Liberation Army. Lei Feng is kind of like a poster boy for China's Communist party. He was celebrated for his selflessness and stuff, so his nickname trans... read more...
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  • WASHINGTON — LeBron James and Chris Bosh watched the entire game from the bench and it didn’t take long for Dwyane Wade to join them. Preparation for the playoffs began in earnest on Monday for the defending back-to-back champion Miami Heat, which is to say the Heat cared little and less about its final road game of the regular season, and, for that matter, the No.1 se... read more...
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  • As expected, Dwyane Wade will not play tonight against the Indiana Pacers as he rests his injured hamstring for the playoffs, Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said at Friday's shootaround. The Heat plays the Pacers on Friday night with a chance to retake the top spot in the Eastern Conference. The Pacers currently lead the Heat by half a game in the standings. Wade... read more...
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  • An interesting strategy against arguably the NBA's most rugged team would be to rest most of your frontcourt players. On Wednesday night, that's exactly what the Heat is doing against the Memphis Grizzlies at FedEx Forum. The Heat is playing without Udonis Haslem, Chris Andersen and Greg Oden against Memphis bigs Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol. In addition to the... read more...
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