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Larry Brown Sports:
If star players still want to team up in the best cities and play for the top franchises, then what exactly did the NBA lockout accomplish? Heat guard Dwyane Wade is wondering the same thing. “Yeah, no. I don’t see it helping right now,” Wade said when asked about the lockout Monday. “Maybe in a [...]
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Side-by-side and either-or has given way to, well, just playing.
The dance between Dwyane Wade and LeBron James that at times last season resembled players deferring instead dominating has given way to dual delivery.
After an initial season together and an offseason to discuss it, Wade said the Heat’s perimeter stars return with a better sense of how to thrive in tandem.
Rookie guard Norris Cole already has impressed Dwyane Wade by getting the ball to where the team’s best scorers are most comfortable.
So what did Otis Smith say? Or what did he do? Something happened. Something weird, because just hours after Dwight Howard basically came out and said “Look man, trade me. I’m not feeling like we can work things out. You and I don’t have a good relationship” the big man is now saying he loves [...]
MIAMI One year ago, when we first met the Big 3-led Miami Heat, they were a group of players wholly uncomfortable with who they were and what they were about to face.
LeBron James muttered on the first day of the regular season that he was a fish in a fish tank. Chris Bosh wasn't far from admitting he didn't fit in with his new teammates. Dwyane Wade still was confusing...
MIAMI - Turn up the sauna. Light a Bunsen burner. The Heat doesnt mind if the heat is on.
Miami players wasted no time at Mondays media day in declaring theyre the team to beat this season in the NBA.
I think were the best team in the league and were going to work like it, said forward Chris Bosh, later adding, Were looking to win it all. Theres nothing else left.
That would make...
Three days after opening training camp, the Miami Heat held their annual media day Monday at AmericanAirlines Arena, with coach Erik Spoelstra and team stars LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh cast in featured roles.
by Marcel Mutoni / @marcel_mutoni
Given all of the craziness happening around the NBA at the moment, there is considerably less drama surrounding the Miami Heat this year (a stark contrast to last season, when they signed LeBron James, Chris Bosh and re-upped with Dwyane Wade.)
Just because less people are thinking, talking and writing about them doesn’t mean there’s any less...
Last season: 58-24, second seed in the East. We all know how this turned out — Miami made it to the NBA Finals in its first season with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh, but lost the title to Dallas in six games. Head Coach: Erik Spoelstra, who interestingly enough has not yet been…
The Miami Heat host their media day on Monday, kicking off with Coach Erik Spoelstra and followed by the Big Three: Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh.
The media availability starts at 1 p.m. with Spoelstra and continues with Wade, then James and followed by Bosh.
MIAMI - Chris Bosh was a stand-up comedian, LeBron James vowed to be himself and Dwyane Wade confirmed the most...
won't beg stars to join him in ChicagoHe didn't woo LeBron James , court Dwyane Wade or disparage Keith Bogans . You also won't hear Derrick Rose clamor for Dwight Howard , who knocked Rose out of two games two seasons ago.