Found June 28, 2012 on
Waiting For Next Year:
With the fourth pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, the Cleveland Cavaliers selected Syracuse shooting guard Dion Waiters.
Having made a play for the second-overall pick prior to the draft, the Cavaliers were relegated to staying in their lottery-given spot and addressed a weakness in their roster.
A dynamic scorer, the 6-foot-4-inch Waiters averaged 12.6 points and 2.5 rebounds during the 2011-12 NCAA season, with a style of play that is drawing comparisons to Miami Heat shooting guard Dwyane Wade. Waiters was the second-ranked shooting guard on the WFNY Not-So-Big Board.
[Related: WFNY 2012 NBA Draft Not-So-Big Board: Fin]
BEST OF MAXIM
MIAMI -- Remember the old Dwyane Wade, the one who used to attack the rim with reckless abandon?
He just might be back at an arena near you.
The Miami Heat guard wasn't himself this year. He was bothered by foot and ankle troubles during the regular season and a knee problem during the playoffs.
Yes, the Heat still were good enough to still win the NBA title with Wade hurting...
NOT THE BEE'S KNEES
The Miami Heat superstar conceded that he will miss the Summer Olympics in its entirety because of an upcoming surgery on his injured left knee.
LeBron James couldn’t have asked for a better scenario to win his first NBA title. Not only was he finally able to silence the critics who said he is incapable of winning big games, but he also put the Heat on his back and carried them most of the way. LeBron capped off an MVP regular season with an incredible postseason where he averaged more than 30 points and nearly 10 rebounds...
Miami Heat power forward Chris Bosh has taken himself out of consideration for the 2012 USA Olympic basketball team.
Bosh will miss the Olympics to rest and rehab his abdominal injury he sustained in the Heat's first game of the second-round series against the Indiana Pacers.
Bosh is the second Heat member to pull out of the London 2012 Olympic games due to injury. Dwyane Wade...
The Opening Ceremonies of the London Olympics are only a month away, and Team USA has lost yet another star. Dwyane Wade informed head coach Mike Krzyzewski and USA Basketball chairman Jerry Colangelo on Thursday that he is officially out for the Olympic Games, as he will instead undergo surgery on his ailing right knee.
“I’ve decided to listen to my doctors and get the procedure...
Dwyane Wade’s tenure as an Olympian has ended. The newly crowned NBA champ will not be with USA basketball this summer in London. Wade was battling a knee injury for the bulk of the playoffs and has informed USA Basketball Chairman Jerry Colangelo and coach Mike Krzyzewski that he’ll be having knee surgery in early July. [...]
MIAMI Miami guard Dwyane Wade is out of the London Games, and his Olympic career is over.
Wade, who battled a left knee problem during the playoffs while helping the Heat to the title, called USA Basketball Chairman Jerry Colangelo and coach Mike Krzyzewski on Thursday to tell them he would be dropping out of the games due to needing knee surgery.
Wade, a 2004 bronze medalist...
As Cavaliers coach Byron Scott watched more game film of Dion Waiters, the more he became convinced the Syracuse guard was the right choice for Cleveland.
The Cavs selected Waiters with the No. 4 overall pick in Thursday's NBA draft, a selection met with surprise by many Cleveland fans, who had their hearts set on another player to support Kyrie Irving. The Cavs, though, are...
LATE NIGHT'S ALRIGHT
While his teammate LeBron James was on David Letterman, Heat star Dwyane Wade decided to stop by "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon".Some of the highlights of this interview featuring Wade talking about his new book along with geek chic among NBA players:(Courtesy of Pro Basketball Talk)
As the stars of the Miami Heat continue their championship media tour, they stopped by ABC's "The View" to talk with the rag-tag group of famous ladies.Check it out the entire video in the below video:
The Cleveland Cavaliers made a bit of a surprise draft choice with their first pick in the NBA draft on Thursday, taking Syracuse guard Dion Waiters with the No. 4 overall pick. Waiters may be the first player in history taken in the top four picks even though he never started a single game in two seasons of college ball. With the Cavs, he will be paired with point guard Kyrie...
LeBron James got a standing ovation from the studio audience as he began his appearance on CBS' ''Late Show with David Letterman.''
And at the end of the interview, James even got a compliment from Letterman - who was not exactly a fan of his joining the Miami Heat to begin with.
The newly crowned NBA Finals MVP appeared on CBS' ''Late Show with...
Dwyane Wade opts for surgery instead of Olympics.