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In the Miami Hurricanes rout of North Carolina, Shane Larkin (son of baseball Hall of Famer Barry Larkin) decided to have some fun and throw the ball of the glass to Kenny Kadji for the dunk; naturally this sent the crowd into a frenzy. LeBron James and Dwyane Wade were sitting courtside and absolutely loved it. This will be #1 on Sportscenter Saturday night as the Hurricanes continue their fantastic season.[The Big Lead]
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I have always said this was calculated and masterminded by Dwyane Wade from the beginning. He assessed his personal situation and came to this conclusion.
After trying to carry the Heat by himself for a couple of years he simply knew that wasn’t going to work and his body was starting to break down in the process.
If he could get Lebron and Bosh on board it would mean two things...
Last night was just another Miami Heat highlight reel against the LA Lakers. They won the game 107-97, and James and Wade both scored in the 30s once again. They also both had a couple highlights. Check out the video below of two huge LeBron James dunks, and a nice shot at the end of the game to close things down by Wade. The way they are playing right now it looks like a...
Chris Paul and the Clippers didn’t let a 111-89 loss to the Heat stop them from enjoying the Miami night life on Friday night. Dwyane Wade showed CP3 and teammates a good time at Room Service and Club Play where they partied with Kevin Hart and celebrated DJ Clue’s birthday.
Dwyane Wade’s Miami Heat red McLaren:
MIAMI -- Remember Dwyane Wade? He's the guy who once made People magazine's list of the world's 50 most beautiful people, once starred in cell phone commercials with Charles Barkley and once was one of the best players in the NBA.
Well, he's still one of the best. It's just he's dropped far enough behind Miami Heat teammate LeBron James that he sometimes...
I am going to throw something out there that will probably come as a complete shock to people but Miami is really good. They have talent. They have balance. They are one of the best defensive team in the country. Kenny Kadji is a match-up nightmare since he is capable of playing all over the court. Shane Larkin is a very quick and difficult to guard. Miami rebounds the ball well...
The upstart Miami Hurricanes basketball team throttled the visiting North Carolina Tar Heels on Saturday by a score of 87-61. Two of the fans in attendance to witness the beatdown were Miami Heat stars LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. The city of Miami is witnessing some spectacular basketball right now. The Hurricanes (19-3) are currently ranked in the top 10 in the latest college...
Blowouts, buzzer beaters and some excellent individual performances were the storylines of the last week in ACC basketball.
Of course, Miamis continued run trumps everything and should at least have the Hurricanes in the top-5 this week.
Here are this weeks power rankings:
1. Miami (19-3, 10-0)
The Hurricanes should be ranked No. 1 in the nation. Nobody else is playing as well...
We’ve just crossed the halfway point of the ACC basketball season, and we’ve got some mid-season award winners, and on this list that isn’t always a good.
Team of the First Half – Miami Hurricanes
This one was easy. Miami is playing as well ANYBODY in the country. They are 10-0 in the ACC, and flying up the rankings. They are eyeing a number #1 NCAA seed. What else can you...
Game time: 8 p.m. ET (pregame 7:30 p.m.)TV: Sun Sports
While LeBron James and Dwyane Wade continue to guide the thriving Miami Heat, the Los Angeles Clippers' start-studded roster has been depleted by injuries.
That could change Friday night.
Los Angeles hopes Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, Jamal Crawford and Chauncey Billups each will be in the lineup as it continues its eight-game...
If you’re tuning into Friday’s televised primetime matchup between the Miami Heat and the Los Angeles Clippers there’s a few names that should be on your mind.
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Sunday’s loss to mighty Lebron James and his Miami Heat will probably be a tough pill to swallow for the Lakers simply because the game was theirs to win. Despite the dominating performance of James and Dwyane Wade, a few miscues and lack of discipline down the stretch really killed the Lakers chances to stay competitive at the end.