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In general, I don't give Erick Dampier much thought, and I'm guessing neither do you. He is far from an NBA superstar, and if he's at all memorable, it's only for having once been memorably overpaid. More »
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MIAMI Addressing the media during the NBA Finals last spring at AmericanAirlines Arena, NBA commissioner David Stern couldn't guarantee the Miami Heat would be able to keep its three superstars intact under a hard salary cap.
Flash forward half a year. A five-month lockout is finally over. There will not be hard salary cap. And a new collective bargaining agreement is about...
The thinking by many was Miami Heat president Pat Riley would try to make another big splash in free agency. No doubt the reigning co-NBA Executive of the Year has been trying, but it's tough to do without much cash.
The Heat went into this frantic free-agency period with a glaring need at center. But pocket change wasn't enough to land a top-notch big man such as Nene or...
Free agent forward Shane Battier says he will sign with the Miami Heat.
Battier announced his decision in a series of posts to his Twitter account Thursday morning. The 33-year-old is entering his 10th NBA season, having previously played for Memphis and Houston.
For his career, Battier has averaged 9.6 points and 4.7 rebounds. He's the first free agent to announce a decision...
The Miami HEAT's 2011-12 schedule is out and, as is true for every team this season, it's one of the more unique slates you'll ever come across in years of following NBA basketball. At 66 games, it's stuck smack dab in the middle of a typical 82-game season and the 50-contests of 1999, but with every team accounted for, this schedule feels much closer to a full season.
Again, proving the theory that Lebron is still a big kid at heart:(Courtesy of Sportress of Blogitude)
If your handiwork didn't get showcased at Art Basel, then here's your chance to dazzle us with your creativity. We're hosting a Let's Go HEAT T-Shirt Design contest on our Facebook page.
Shane Battier said at this point in his career, he only wants "a winning role." He figures his best chance of that is with the Miami Heat. Battier said Thursday morning that he would sign with the Eastern Conference champion Heat, the club that let him know as soon as the free-agency shopping window formally opened this week that he was their top signing priority -- even though it has...
Q: Don’t you think the season is too compact? Players are going to get hurt. Besides, the regular season is meaningless. Ask LeBron. Why push the regular season and potentially hurt your product when the playoffs matter? — Stuart.
A: Because the league didn’t want the playoffs to come off as counterfeit after a makeshift season like in 1999. I think this will be a legitimate...
Free agent forward Shane Battier, whom the Bulls showed minor interest in, posted on his Twitter account that he plans to sign with the Miami Heat on Friday.