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Rashard Lewis scored 11 of his 15 points in the fourth quarter and the Miami Heat rallied for a 104-101 preseason win against the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday.
The Heat played without NBA MVP LeBron James, who was out with ''general soreness,'' according to coach Erik Spoelstra.
Josh Harrelson's 3-pointer with 1:01 remaining put the Heat ahead for good at 102-99. Harrelson finished with 10 points.
The Spurs had one last chance but Cory Joseph's 3-point attempt bounced off the rim. Danny Green led San Antonio with 17 points.
Dwyane Wade scored 13 for Miami and sat out most of the second half.
Gary Neal made a 3-pointer with 3:00 remaining in the third to give San Antonio an 84-74 lead.
Spurs star Tim Duncan finished with 15 points and six rebounds while playing only in the first and third quarters.
Mike Miller hit all three of his 3-point attempts in the second quarter to help Miami build its biggest lead of the first half at 57-46.
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MIAMI (AP) -- Rashard Lewis scored 11 of his 15 points in the fourth quarter and the Miami Heat rallied for a 104-101 preseason win against the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday.
The Heat played without NBA MVP LeBron James, who was out with "general soreness," according to coach Erik Spoelstra.
Josh Harrelson's 3-pointer with 1:01 remaining put the Heat ahead for good...
For those of you wondering how life is treating Ray Allen down in sunny Miami, here’s last night’s game recap from the Miami Herald:
WORST OF LAST NIGHT: Ray Allen off his game
Allen went 3 of 11 from the field and 1 of 5 from three-point range. He had seven points in 22 minutes. Maybe it was just an off night; maybe Allen is still adjusting to coming off the bench. Allen was...
Now that LeBron James has won a title, there will be new issues brought to light to kick his tires over.
He’s the king of the NBA for the moment and somehow, someway the rumors and speculation will hit a fever pitch that will surpass what he has dealt with before.
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Ray Allen wants the world to know he’s more than a three-point shooter. He can put the ball on the floor, go to the hole, make the pass and… [wait for it] work in the post. From the Sun Sentinel:
One of the areas the Heat could possibly use Allen is in the post. It was a big part of his game during the early portion of his career before he became identified mostly as a jump-shooter...
LeBron James is still a member of the Miami Heat, plain and simple.
ESPN.com's Brian Windhorst reported Thursday that there's a belief among many NBA teams' executives that the Lakers are positioning themselves to make a run at James in 2014. James' teammate, Dwyane Wade, doesn't want to hear anything about such rumors, though.
During last night's Miami Heat/Detroit Pistons preseason affair, Heat guard Dwyane Wade went beyond the call of duty on this assist.Watch as Wade from his behind throws this pretty pass to LeBron James:
The Heat have waived forward Robert Dozier and center Mickell Gladness.
The thought of LeBron James in a Lakers uniform has sent the internet into a frenzy over the past 24 hours. On Thursday, Brian Windhorst of ESPN.com reported that a number of NBA executives believe the Lakers have positioned themselves to make a run at LeBron in 2014 should Kobe Bryant retire. To make matters even more interesting, Lakers owner Jim Buss told the Orange County Register...
He may be seeing the end of his brilliant NBA career nearing but if the following video is any indication, San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan sure has plenty of miles left in the tank.
Though the Spurs lost to the Heat yesterday TD provided us with a nice coast to coast play for the "and 1." Maybe TD will toss his name as a possible guard heading into next season....
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 [...]
Yesterday, we posted video of San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker and Oklahoma City Thunder's James Harden surprising kids playing some pickup ball. The two played some one-on-one and even gave a few kids a chance to play them head-to-head.
Now check out the behind the scenes footage of the two pro players talking about surprising the kids and the advice they have for them.
With the 2012-13 NBA season fast approaching, ESPN's show "Numbers Never Lie" crew took a look at the Southwest Division.
While the panel unanimously picked the San Antonio Spurs to take the division, the crew gave their pick on which team will be the surprise out of the division, their thoughts on the Houston Rockets, and more.
What do you have to say...