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Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh and GQ editor-in-chief Jim Nelson appear at Nordstrom’s Treasure & Bond Store in in New York City. I’m not saying anything.-TO
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Written by Kevin Early They won it all last year. Lebron James changed the connotation of his name and silenced his critics (at least a little). Now they look to repeat. With the addition of former big three member Ray Allen, Miami looks as good as ever. Lets look at their key players production last [...]
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The Miami Heat signed center Mickell Gladness and forward Jarvis Varnado on Friday.
Gladness appeared in eight games with the NBA champion Heat last season, scoring two points and grabbing 11 rebounds before becoming a free agent after his second 10-day contract with Miami expired. He finished the season by playing in 18 more games with Golden State, averaging 3.0 points and 2.6...
Fresh off of an NBA Championship, Dwyane Wade is looking to come back from a knee injury to defend his title. However, one of his off the court moves is a bit of an eyebrow raiser.
He has been a rep for Nike shoes for three years, and has even had the Fly Wade shoes (below) named after him.
Now, according to ESPN Insider, Dwyane Wade will be leaving Nike....
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Miami Heat big man Chris Bosh and his lovely wife Adrienne Bosh attend HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” Season Three New York Premiere at Ziegfeld Theater last night in New York City — Bosh must love him some Boardwalk Empire, he hit up the red carpet last year for the premiere as well. This definitely earns him some points. If he wins a few more rings...
Let us take a trip down memory lane. Summer of 2010 LeBron summoned all interested NBA executives and front office personal to come to his central free agency meeting offices in Ohio. The rumor was, LeBron was interested in Miami and teaming up with his buddy’s Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade. Was it possible LeBron James would snub New York and a chance to be bigger than he already...
Rumor is D. Wade is parting ways with the Jordan Brand. He’ll be signing on with the Chinese brand, Li-Ning in a multimillion dollar deal. An official announcement is expected in the coming days.
The Miami Heat have signed forward Jarvis Varnado and free agent center Mickell Gladness.
Reports out of Miami say that Chris Bosh is adding 6lbs. of lean muscle to his frame in attempts to “bulk” up for the upcoming season. A move that indicates Bosh may be Miami’s starting Center, come October.
The Miami Heat won the NBA title last season often not using a point guard, instead having LeBron James be a point forward.
Where did that come from?
Don Nelson. He popularized the term by using Paul Pressey as a point forward for Milwaukee in the 1980s.
The Heat this season are talking about often playing small ball and being "position-less." Where did that first really...
Only LeBron James would star in a commercial with five different versions of himself, all played by him! I know the LBJ fanatics (mostly 9 year old boys) will say how wonderful this commercial is. Hey! Eddie Murphy did similar things… Eddie Murphy? Come on Nike! One more thing… tell me why LeBron James must [...]
Rewind back to July and the Miami Heat were gunning after Ray Allen, but at the same time they were rumored to have been close to snatching Marcus Camby. Although, he was close to signing with the Heat, when it came down to it, he couldn’t sign with a team he use to view [...]
From "Probasketballtalk" Sept , 3, 2012. "No matter what moves Mr. Romney made, the president said, he and his team were going to cut him off and block him at every turn. “We’re the Miami Heat, and he’s Jeremy Lin,” Mr. Obama said, according to the aide." We all know what Obama is saying here. Lin is and will always be a fluke. ROFLMAO
Allerik Freeman played well at the LeBron James Skills Academy. Scout.com put together a highlight reel of the UCLA commit in action at the event.