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It began just two and a half years ago.It was built around the same three men the same three superstars, if you will and under the same young coach who take the court still now.It went to the NBA Finals, just as it did a year ago, just as it most likely will this spring, as well.It's history of the most recent variety, but to study it is to almost believe that it happened a decade ago, to a different group, in a different world.The it in question, of course, is the Miami Heat, a team that during the past 18 months has gradually shed nearly every notion of drama, save the drama, of course, of greatness. The Heat are the best team in the NBA, just as they may have been in recent seasons, but they're somehow different. This year, they've evolved; they are, in a sense, boring.Two years ago, they were just the opposite, in the worst possible way. Just look back at a sampling of headlines from the New York Times and Wall Street Journal during the 2010-11 season.There's t...
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LeBron James had special guests when the Miami Heat hosted the Philadelphia Sixers Saturday night at American Airlines Arena, 2012 Sportskids of the Year, Conner and Cayden Long.
LeBron James met Conner and Cayden Long, also referred to as the Team Long Brothers, when Sports Illustrated honored him with the 2012 Sportsman of the Year award in New York City back in December. The...
LeBron James apparently loves his critics.James is arguably the most criticized and otherwise scrutinized athlete in the professional sporting world. Some of it was brought upon by his self amid The Decision fiasco, while others just continue to bash the basketball prodigy because he's so damn good.Well, the Miami Heat star has a message for all his naysayers. He showed up to...
LeBron James simply defies logic at times.The latest evidence of this fact came Tuesday night as the Miami Heat played host the Milwaukee Bucks.Midway through the first quarter, and with the Heat clinging to a 15-4 lead, James gets the ball in transition and proceeds to head toward the basket. It appears as if James had intentions to pass, but at the last moment he chose not to,...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TIM REYNOLDS AP Basketball Writer Pat Riley said he wakes up around 11 a.m. these days then heads into the office to chat with fellow Miami Heat executives Nick Arison and Andy Elisburg about nothing.
He's lying, of course.
There might not be anyone in the Miami organization who savors playoff time more than Riley, the Heat president with eight championship...
Miami's Shane Battier and Denver coach George Karl have won awards from the Pro Basketball Writers Association for their excellence on the court and with the media.
Battier was voted the winner of the Magic Johnson Award, chosen from a list of 12 players. Karl was chosen as the winner Tuesday of the Rudy Tomjanovich award from a field of seven nominees.
Also, the public relations...
LeBron James scored 27 points in his return from a strained right hamstring, five other Miami players reached double figures and the Heat moved closer to securing home-court advantage for the entire NBA playoffs by topping the Philadelphia 76ers 106-87 on Saturday night.
Rashard Lewis scored 14 and Norris Cole added 13 for the Heat, whose magic number for clinching the league'...
MIAMI (AP) -- Dwyane Wade will not play Tuesday night when the Miami Heat host to the Milwaukee Bucks, the fifth straight game the All-Star guard will miss while dealing with ankle and knee soreness.
Wade was able to participate in the team's morning shootaround practice Tuesday. He remains listed as day-to-day and will be evaluated again Wednesday.
Heat center Chris Bosh missed...
In the photo above, catch a glimpse of the notorious and ridiculously talented "Fab Five" squad rooting on their Alma mater Michigan as the Wolverines take on Louisville in tonight's national championship game. Creating a befitting buzz, this legendary quintet consisted of Jimmy King, Juwan Howard, Chris Webber, Jalen Rose, Ray Jackson. Widely considered to be one of...
Why wouldn’t LeBron go off the backboard to himself? During Tuesday’s matchup between the Heat and the Bucks LeBron found himself in the air with no one to pass to. So he did what any sane man would do in that situation.
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Dwyane Wade, who is recovering from a right knee injury, hasn't ruled out resting for the remainder of the regular season.
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In a big power move, Carmelo Anthony moved ahead of LeBron James to earn the top jersey sales spot of any NBA player. Here's the top 15 player jersey sales in the league.