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Fox Sports Kansas City:
Wednesdays NBA preseason game at Sprint Center between the defending NBA champion Miami Heat and the Washington Wizards will be televised live on FOX Sports Kansas City. Game time is 7:30 p.m. CT.
The telecast is scheduled to be available within a 35-mile radius of the Sprint Center. FOX Sports Kansas City will show the Heat broadcast feed, with play-by-play announcer Eric Reid and analyst Tony Fiorentino.
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Shane Battier sees LeBron James as possessing many of the important qualities that you need to play at Duke.
Jordan Crawford has spent time on improving his playmaking abilities. He knows the Washington Wizards will need him to create plays for himself and teammates much more this season, especially while John Wall is unavailable due to injury.
MIAMI Everywhere you turn these days, there is genuflecting toward the Miami Heat.
Detroit forward Corey Maggette, a 14-year veteran, believes they could win 70 games this season.
If theyre just zoomed in, focused, I think they could, Maggette said.
The NBA general manager survey came out Monday, and it looked to have been put out by the Heat PR staff. Miami was the pick to again...
Ray Allen sounds like a guy that's trying really, really hard to convince himself that he made the right decision
— MrTripleDouble10 (@MrTrpleDouble10) October 22, 2012
I know that the Ray Allen thing has been beaten to death on every Celtics blog and most Heat blogs as well. But the above tweet from the very astute MrTripleDouble10 caught my attention.
I think he has hit...
The Heat have waived forward Robert Dozier and center Mickell Gladness.
The cliche storyline of why people don't like the Miami Heat is that the Heat are a collection of big names that banded together to co-opt a championship at the expense of a true team.
Ray Allen is helping that narrative pretty well.
Allen, who was at first docile in his comments about why he left a Celtics team with which he won a title to be a bench player...
With Dwyane Wade out, Chris Bosh turned in the aggressive performance Miami coach Erik Spoelstra wanted to see.
Bosh scored 21 points to help the Heat beat the Charlotte Bobcats 98-92 in a preseason game Tuesday night.
LeBron James added 10 points and eight assists for the Heat (4-2), who gave Wade the night off. Ray Allen added 15 points off the bench for Miami, which shot 51...
LeBron James played from the outside-in while with the Cavaliers, attacking from the perimeter in one-on-one isolations.
LeBron James is expected to play more at power forward this season as the Heat feature 'position-less' basketball.
Ray Allen will face his former team, the Boston Celtics, as his new team opens the season. The Miami Heat will host the Celtics on October 30th to open the regular season. Allen will likely not be 100% for that opener, and may have to get treatment on his surgically repaired ankle well into the season. But he will be playing.According to Wallace Matthews of ESPN's Heat...
While the San Antonio Spurs and coach Gregg Popovich didn't get a chance to see NBA Finals MVP LeBron James in their preseason visit to Miami on Saturday, Popovich knows enough of James to see that the all-star forward is improving after winning his first championship.
While his fans might argue there's not much to improve on, Popovich told ESPN'S Miami Heat Index...
As I was cruising around the Internet today looking at some of latest news on the Boston Celtics I came across an interesting piece on Ray Allen. Apparently, Allen just can’t get enough of talking about his former team when he is asked about them by the Miami media. One would think at this point [...]