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The Miami Heat announced Sunday that they waived guard Terrel Harris. Harris averaged 1.4 points and 1.3 rebounds in seven games this season. He signed with the Heat as a free agent in December 2011. Miami's roster is at 14 players.
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Chicago Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau found himself having to catch Miami Heat forward LeBron James as the superstar fell out of bounds during the third quarter of Friday night's NBA game at the American Airlines Arena.
It happened as Heat guard Mario Chalmers was drawing a foul on Bulls guard Kirk Hinrich. After Hinrich bumped Chalmers, Chalmers then bumped into LeBron...
MIAMI -- The folks in street clothes at the scorer's table always keep track of rebounds at Miami Heat games. Now, so will a guy wearing a tank top.
Much-maligned Heat center Chris Bosh is vowing to count caroms while he plays. Apparently, that will make him more cognizant of whether he is staving off critics.
"I'm just counting them so everybody will get off my back...
The Miami Heat held a team meeting over the weekend to address their poor rebounding, and now they’re hoping a free agent can help their problems.
According to Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski, the Heat brought in Chris “Birdman” Andersen Monday for a physical and plan to work him out over the next few days.
The Heat have two open roster spots after releasing Josh Harrelson...
With Josh Harrellson's release, the Heat have two roster spots open.
Despite having the best record in the Eastern Conference, the Miami Heat have been getting pounded on the boards all season. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports is reporting that sources close to the situation have said that Chris “Birdman” Anderson was brought in for a physical and workout over the next couple days in [...]
MIAMI (AP) -- LeBron James scored 24 points and the Miami Heat had a rebounding edge for a change Sunday to beat the woeful Washington Wizards 99-71.
The Heat, beaten on the boards by a total of 38 rebounds over the previous three games, this time enjoyed a 50-39 advantage. Udonis Haslem led them with 12 rebounds, and Chris Bosh had nine.
The game matched the teams with the best...
The Miami Heat hit the boards from the start and pulled away at the end.
Chastened by a rare home defeat, Miami had a rebounding advantage for a change Sunday and scored the final 21 points to beat the woeful Washington Wizards 99-71.
The Heat were coming off only their third home loss of the season Friday against Chicago. They allowed the Bulls 20 second-chance points, but Washington...
In its exploration to sign a big man, the Miami Heat will work out ex-Denver Nuggets center Chris Andersen, league sources told Yahoo! Sports.
Andersen, famously known as “The Birdman,” arrived in Miami on Monday for a physical and workouts over the next two days with the defending NBA champions, sources said.
via Adrian Wojnarowski, Yahoo! Sports