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With LeBron James eligible to opt out of his contract in 2014, speculation has already begun in the media of whether he will remain with the Miami Heat.
"The only thing I care about is that we win a championship this year," Micky Arison said. "Next year, the only thing I'll care about is we'll win a championship next year. And then, after that, I'll worry about what you're talking about. July next year, that's when I'll start thinking about it."
James, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade can all become free agents, though some combinations of those three could also opt in, which makes putting a plan in place difficult for the Heat.
"I assume they don't pay attention to it," said Arison. "I don't know whether they do or they don't, but I assume they don't.
"I mean, you know, I don't think these guys have a clue what they're going to do in '14."
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If you learn one thing from this year’s NBA playoffs it should be not to try to dunk on Roy Hibbert. Well, Chris Bosh did not take that advice.
Early in the 3rd quarter Bosh went right at Hibbert and Hibbert rejected Bosh’s dunk attempt with ease. Hibbert is just so powerful. Hibbert best block this postseason still though has to be on Carmelo Anthony. Bosh finished the game...
Following Saturday's game 6 loss to the Pacers, when discussing his technical foul for running the complete length of the court after being called for a rare foul, LeBron James said this to the media:
“I had to run down the court to stop from being kicked out,” James said. “I thought it was a pretty bad call. I don’t complain about calls too much. I thought me and Hibbert...
Thanks to former Redskins QB Joe Theismann, the Internet just about blew up with the notion that reigning league MVP LeBron James could potentially play the same position one day. With as big of a freak athlete Bron Bron is, it got us thinking, “Could he actually be successful at it?” Though there’s about a [...]
Let’s face it…we all know that NBA players flop and one star that has been guilty of that sin is the Miami Heat’s LeBron James.
After his floptastic performance against the Indiana Pacers in game four, the fine folks over at RSLVTs.com decided to put together a video supercut of LeBron’s best flops:
LeBron James best flopping moments [With Leather]
Roy Hibbert has been handed a $75K fine for his comments during the post-game press conference Saturday night following Game 6. The world expected it to happen the second the curse word and gay slur slipped out, and sure enough it happened.
What the world probably did not expect was for some enterprising individual to discover a video clip on YouTube of LeBron James making the...
During the NBA Finals, Rey Moralde of The No Look Pass will be contributing to Project Spurs during the San Antonio Spurs' chase for title number five.
Chris Bosh, as we know, is the big man of Miami's "big three." We know that Dwyane Wade and LeBron James get inspiration from one Michael Jordan. But Bosh, being a 6'10" power forward/center,...
LeBron said that there is nothing wrong with flopping if you gives you a competitive advantage. LeBron practices what he’s preaching.
Indiana Pacers fans at Bankers Life Fieldhouse chant “He’s a flopper!” at Miami Heat forward LeBron James during Game 6 of the 2013 Eastern Conference finals. Maybe this is what they are talking about.-TO
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For the first time since LeBron James left, the Cavaliers won something. While it may have been a winning ticket to the worst lottery in years, it was enough for the Gilbert family to celebrate raucously (and somewhat embarrassingly). What should Cleveland do with the pick? I covered the Cavaliers for RotoWire this past season, so I have a pretty...
Chris Andersen should not have finished last night’s Game 5 playoff game between the Indiana Pacers and the Miami Heat. The officials screwed up by not ejecting him from the game after knocking Tyler Hansbrough to the floor, then shoving him a second time prior to officials separating the two. Hansbrough did nothing to warrant his technical. Andersen did receive a flagrant 1 call...
I thought this might happen at some point with the Heat, just not so quickly. It is more about Wade than Bosh. Bosh isn’t the #2, so he has to sort of figure out ways to get himself involved.
Wade is the guy who needs to take the pressure of LeBron, so he doesn’t have to become Cleveland Bron. That isn’t happening right now and you can tell it is weighing LeBron’s mind.
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I’m really not sure what this internship could lead to, but it would be pretty sweet to work for a LeBron owned entity. I highly doubt that you’d ever even see LeBron, but the idea is still pretty sweet. If you think about all the professional athletes out there LeBron would be up there for internships.
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MIAMI (AP) -- Standing on the cusp of the NBA Finals has tended to agree with the Miami Heat in each of the last two seasons. When the Heat have gotten a game away from the title round, they've finished the task as quickly as possible.
And here they are again.
A third straight Eastern Conference title is now just one win away for the reigning champions...