Found May 07, 2012 on Fox Sports Florida:
MIAMI Mike Miller is eyeing two things. One, obviously, is a first NBA title. The other? When the Miami Heat season ends, his daughter will be old enough for Miller to make another trip to the tattoo parlor. It was nearly one year ago May 19, 2011 that Jaelyn Miller was born with a ventricular septal defect, having five holes in her heart. For 10 days, she was hospitalized in the neonatal intensive care unit at a South Florida hospital, and it was two months before doctors were very confident she wouldnt need heart surgery. For nearly a month after Jaelyns birth, Miller, a sharpshooting Heat swingman, played in the postseason with his daughters health on his mind. He also had a ruptured tendon on his left thumb (non-shooting hand) he had suffered just before the start of the playoffs. The Heat ended up losing to Dallas in the Finals, with Miller finishing off a forgettable postseason. But a year later, Jaelyn is healthy. And her hand is now big enough for something her father...

Tim Donaghy: Miami Heat, physical, Flopping, Officially getting all the calls

The 2012 NBA Playoffs are off to an interesting start! Among other things, it is quite apparent that the Miami Heat are getting the benefit of the whistle from the officials. The on-court dramatic moves, such as the incessant flopping from James and Wade, seem to be working! The officials are cueing off of the [...]

Reggie Miller calls out LeBron James for no reason

LeBron James gets a lot of heat and most of the time it is deserved but now Reggie Miller is calling him out for a silly reason. TNT analyst Reggie Miller thinks James should not seek advice from NBA hall of famers about what it takes to win a championship. Sure you can criticize James for his horrible play in the NBA finals and in clutch moments but calling him out...

QuickVid: Hilarious compilation of LeBron James WWE Style Flops

This video is CLASSIC! Hilarious compilation of the best of LeBron James flops from the 2012 NBA Playoffs, first round series. Late yesterday, Tim Donaghy submitted his latest blog post to CLNS Radio. Of course, the former NBA official honed in on the ugly officiating in these 2012 playoffs, particularly the Miami Heat vs New [...]

Lebron James Doesn't Think The 2012 NBA Champs Should Receive An Asterisk For Shorten Season

Lebron James doesn't believe that the next NBA champions -- for the shorten 2011-2012 NBA season -- should receive an asterisk next to their name. The season was shorten due to the 2011 NBA lockout, as the season was shorten by 3 months and 3/4 of the games being kept on the schedule. James says that a championship is a championship and that there shouldn't be an asterisk...

Heat can't afford another loss to Knicks

MIAMI -- Here's an ideal way for the Heat to put a stop to all these questions about last-second situations. Blow out the Knicks in Wednesday's Game 5. Ever since Sunday's 89-87 loss at New York, there's been plenty of talk about why Shane Battier, not LeBron James, was guarding Knicks sharpshooter Carmelo Anthony down the stretch. Anthony hit a key three-pointer...

At Least Bosh Is Good For Something

Chris Bosh may not be killing it on the basketball court, but with his team up 3-1 in its first round series against the Knicks, nobody is too concerned about the Heat right now. That allows Bosh to fly under the radar with his game, and fine-tune his troll impression, which he shows off nicely during LeBron’s postgame interview after Game 3.

Wade Less Than 100 Percent Certain On Playing In Olympics

Dwyane Wade may not be fully recovered enough to play in the London Olympics.

Woj: Rondo is coming for the Heat

Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski wrote a spectacular column on Rajon Rondo and the threat he poses to the Miami Heat: Rondo’s rising again, on a tear for months, and he’s still the biggest potential barrier between Miami and a return to the NBA Finals. He was his genius passing and playmaking self – 16 assists, one turnover – in the Celtics' 101-79 victory over...

Sun Sports to air Game 5 of Heat vs. Knicks

With the Miami HEAT on their way home to face the New York Knicks, a Game 5 rivalry renewed will air on Wednesday, May 9, 2012, on Sun Sports. Game 5 coverage begins Wednesday night on Sun Sports (NBA HEAT Territory) at 6:30 pm with the HEAT LIVE pre-game show from the AmericanAirlines Arena. Jason Jackson will preview Game 5 and take fans right up to tip-off at 7 pm with Eric Reid...

Heat look for sweep on road vs. Knicks

GREENBURGH, N.Y. (AP) -- Those Heat-Knicks series of the late 1990s always went the distance, momentum seemingly turning with every game. This chapter appears headed toward a much different conclusion. The Heat have a 3-0 lead, and any momentum the Knicks have enjoyed lasts mere minutes. Miami will go for the sweep Sunday, with the Knicks trying to force a Game 5 and end the...

Team USA selection deadline moved to July 8

If Miami guard Dwyane Wade is having concerns this summer about whether he will be healthy enough to play in the Olympics, an extended deadline for team selection could help him make the most informed decision possible. USA Basketball chairman Jerry Colangelo had told Fox Sports Florida last week he expected the date the 12-man team must be selected to be pushed back from June 18...

Heat go away from LeBron and shot to win

NEW YORK For at least one game, and for the first time in a long time, the New York Knicks finally played like a team that belongs in the playoffs, thrusting themselves to an 89-87 win over the Miami Heat and snapping what had been a 13-game playoff losing streak, the longest in NBA history. "It's about time," Knicks head coach Mike Woodson said after Sunday's...
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