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MIAMI The Miami Heat are in decent position to become the first team since the 1990 Los Angeles Lakers to have three All-Star starters.With the first fan balloting returns having been announced Thursday for the Feb. 17 All-Star Game in Houston, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade are locks to again be starters. James leads all Eastern Conference frontcourt players as well as everybody overall with 641,348 votes. Wade leads all East backcourt players with 430,925 votes.Heat center Chris Bosh is fourth among voters for the third and final frontcourt spot in the East. But Bosh, with 210,724 votes, is less than 8,000 behind Boston center Kevin Garnett, who has 218,246.If Bosh can overtake Garnett, the Heat would become the first team to have three All-Star starters since the Lakers had guard Magic Johnson and forwards James Worthy and A.C. Green in 1990.The All-Star ballot changed this season with no center being listed and instead three frontcourt players being voted in as starters. The chang...
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LeBron James plans to play through a sore shoulder and be on the floor Saturday night for the Miami Heat in a game against Washington. James sat out practice Friday with a bruised shoulder that was aggravated during a fall in Wednesday night's loss to Golden State. He continues to receive treatment on the shoulder, which he was he said was numb for a while before the soreness...
MIAMI -- LeBron James seemed to take Wednesday's loss about as hard as he did one earlier this fall to New Orleans.
That would be an October preseason defeat to the Hornets.
James' Heat lost, 97-95, to the Golden State Warriors at AmericanAirlines Arena, their third defeat in five games. In previous Heat seasons, such a slump would have led the national media to descend...
LeBron James isn’t the same galaxy as Micheal Jordan, nope. — And it’s going to be a while longer, still. James, though to his credit does have a Championship ring, but that’s 5 behind Jordan. — Plus let me ask you this, who would you rather have the ball in their hands in the final [...]
Despite having an ice pack hugging his right shoulder, LeBron James insists he'll be on the court for the Miami Heat's next game.
He's also insisting that the latest defeat for his team wasn't a step back.
James and the Heat will try to avenge what was possibly their most embarrassing defeat of the season when they host the league-worst Washington Wizards on Saturday...
Dwyane Wade is old, well, he’s 30 but he’s playing old. His athleticism has declined and he’s lost a step. It’s nothing to be ashamed of but it explains his mood swings on the court and his transition from legit game to playing dirty like an old man at the Y.
And it started a couple of seasons ago, became apparent during the playoffs last year and is flat out obvious this...
Mark Jackson believes Dwyane Wade is the third-best shooting guard of all-time.
Looks like he lent the Heat a helping hand…I mean foot.
Miami and Atlanta met up Monday night in a matchup between the Southeast Division’s top two teams. The Heat walked away with the 101-92 LeBron James’ game high 27 points, Dwyane Wade’s 26 points, and some fancy footwork by referee Karl Lane.
With the Heat down by one late in the second quarter, James rebounded a Hawks...
LeBron James has always been one to defer to his teammates – often times to a fault. But after Monday’s game in which the Heat beat the Atlanta Hawks, James came to the defense of teammate Dwyane Wade.
TNT analyst Charles Barkley had criticized Wade on before last Thursday’s Knicks-Heat game, saying that Wade is no longer the same player and doesn’t “explode anymore.”...
LeBron James and Kobe Bryant are the leading vote-getters, while
Jeremy Lin has a chance to bring Linsanity to the NBA All-Star
Ref helps the Heat OK, so maybe Dallas Maverick owner Mark Cuban was right after all. The Heat have the refs in their pocket. LeBron James throws an outlet pass too far, but a ref “trying” to get out of the way ends up kicking the ball back to Mario Chalmers who ends up getting [...]
If I had to rank professional sports fans in terms of craziness, I wouldn’t even think twice:1) NBA fans 2) Everyone elseWhile NFL fans are certainly insane in their own rights and passionate about their teams, NBA fans have multiple layers of crazy that can be peeled back to reveal a molten core of manic lunacy that is the universe’s greatest natural source of irrational behavior...
Carmelo Anthony is a greater personal defensive challenge for Kobe Bryant than LeBron James.