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BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Even after drubbing Dallas on Sunday, the mood in the Miami locker room was hardly one of celebration. So it was mentioned to a straight-faced LeBron James that he didn't seem too happy.
"I'm good. I'm good," James insisted.
So James says that. But everybody knows James truly won't be happy until he's hoisting the Larry O'Brien Trophy.
With a long offseason behind them, the Miami Heat wasted no time showing they feel no lingering effects from their NBA finals loss.
The Boston Celtics also have championship aspirations, but having a healthy Paul Pierce would make that goal much more attainable.
The Heat's home opener Tuesday night will be the first matchup between these teams since last season's Eastern...
The final score of Sunday's 105-94 Miami Heat victory over the Dallas Mavericks wasn't completely indicative of the one-sided dominance the Heat came through with in their impressive victory over the defending champions. Throughout the opening day win, the Heat collapsed defensively and found a way to leak out for 31 fast break points in a game that Miami led by 35 at one...
MIAMI (AP) -- LeBron James scored 26 points, rookie point guard Norris Cole came up with 14 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter, and the Miami Heat nearly blew a 20-point lead before beating the Boston Celtics 115-107 on Tuesday night.
Dwyane Wade finished with 24 points and eight assists for Miami, which got 18 from Chris Bosh and twice saw its lead cut to three in the final...
Chris Bosh is still learning Erik Spoelstra's new "pace and space" offensive philosophy.
The Heat were prepared to be aggressive offensively against the Mavericks, giving LeBron James and Dwyane Wade more freedom to operate instead of being held to a structured offense.
NBA commissioner David Stern attended Sunday’s opener at American Airlines Center and spoke to reporters about the Heat, LeBron James and his public-relations bungling of Chris Paul’s trade, among other things.
Heat Rookie Norris Cole stole the thunder from a possible Celtics comeback as he dropped 20 points on the C’s off the bench including a number of key shots late in the 4th quarter. The Miami Heat beat the Celtics in Miami tonight by a score of 115-107. Miami led by as many as 18 [...]
Observations from Tuesday's 115-107 Miami Heat home-opening victory over the Boston Celtics at AmericanAirlines Arena:
LeBron James scored 26 points, rookie point guard Norris Cole came up with 14 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter, and the Miami Heat nearly blew a 20-point lead before beating the Boston Celtics 115-107 on Tuesday night.
Winderman: Heat-Mavs was supposedly an NBA Finals rematch, but it was anything but as LeBron and Wade showed.