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The Miami Heat welcomed oft-injured big man Greg Oden via the team’s Instagram account on Wednesday. Oden, the 2007 top overall pick who has spent much of his career sidelined with knee ailments, signed with the Heat earlier this off-season and will wear #20 in Miami.
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The Miami Heat made it official Tuesday, announcing the signing of center Greg Oden.
While the team did not disclose terms of the deal, he reportedly will make the minimum in his classification of 1.027 million next season. If he invokes his player option in 2014-15, he will earn 1.145 million.
"After many months of discussion, evaluations and speaking with Greg, we felt it...
LeBron James, technically speaking, is a normal American citizen just like the rest of us. Because of that, he has civic duties just like the rest of us. That includes jury duty, apparently.
James posted to Twitter and Instagram on Thursday morning that he has jury duty. That’s all the information there is as of now, but you have to figure that the two-time world champion and one...
These experiences allowed me to understand that I’m not here just for myself. . . I’m here as the voice of millions of Americans suffering from chronic kidney disease.”
15-year NBA career veteran Alonzo Mourning may be retired as a player, but the former Miami Heat star is fighting to help those keep their dialysis benefits.
Zo, who had a kidney transplant before coming back...
The Miami Heat are unlikely to add another big man to their roster.
The Heat have Chris Bosh, Chris Andersen, Udonis Haslam, Greg Oden and Joel Anthony as their bigs.
The Heat also are unlikely to retain Jarvis Varnado.
LeBron James was selected for jury duty for the first time in his life, and he took to Instagram of course, to show the world just how excited he was.
I don’t necessarily think “King James,” will spend one minute in trial, but at least he was selected.
Jury duty time. Time to serve my civic duty http://t.co/7OgkVM74Er
— LeBron James (@KingJames) August 8, 2013
Don't look for James Ennis to be playing for the Miami Heat next season.
Those close to the situation believe the second-round pick likely will head overseas. And his agent said Monday he's making calls with that in mind.
"There's a good chance he'll play overseas (next season)" Scott Nichols said by phone to FOX Sports Florida.
Sports figures, and especially the Miami Heat, have shown their support for Trayvon Martin and his family since the teen was killed last February. Dwyane Wade is continuing that effort.
Wade posed with his sons for the cover of Ebony magazine’s September issue, with all three Wades wearing hooded sweatshirts. The hoodies are a nod to what Martin was wearing the night he was killed...
Both Glenn Rice and Tim Hardaway dawned the jersey of the Miami Heat. Both had successful NBA careers. Both begot sons drafted in the 2013 NBA Draft. So it was no surprise when a photo surfaced of sons Glen Rice Jr and Tim Hardaway Jr playing NBA 2K13 using their father’s former teams. Though it is hard to tell, we assume that Rice Jr is using the Miami Heat, the team which his...
The Miami Heat’s original big man of note Alonzo Mourning is currently a team executive.
The VP of Player Programs dominated the front court in epic fashion during his prime of 1995-2002.
He knows exactly what it will take to get fresh face Greg Oden where he needs to be and what that could mean for the Heat long term.
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Dear, LeBron James
Let’s recreate the scene. It is July, 2010 and after two years of speculation you, with a smile say that you are leaving for South Beach. Let us fast forward to the August 2013 and once again rumors of your next destination will not go away. We all know that you have an option in your contract, where you can become a free agent after the 2013-14 season and will...
Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade and his two sons, Zaire and Zion, are featured on one of four covers for the September 2013 issue of Ebony magazine. The issue is in response to the not-guilty verdict of George Zimmerman in the murder trial of Florida teen, Trayvon Martin. The issue will explore Florida’s “Stand your Ground” law and concerns around racial bias, by seeking to find...
When the news of the murder of Trayvon Martin first garnered nationwide attention, Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat were among the first celebrities to pay their respects.
The issue’s cover features Wade and sons and is one of four covers currently on newsstands. On the cover, it features the simple but poignant representation of 3 black males (Wade and sons) donned in hoodies, with...
Dwyane, Zaire and Zion Wade pay tribute to Trayvon Martin om cover of Ebony Magazine
Its been several weeks since the Zimmerman verdict, a “not guilty” verdict that divided a lot of people, but awakened many more.
The September issue of EBONY Magazine features four different covers, including the NBA’s Dwyane Wade and his sons, Zaire and Zion. The caption reads...
The Miami Heat are going to the Super Bowl. Well, at least Super Bowl weekend.
Among the favorite moments for Heat players on their way to a second straight NBA championship last season was staying in Toronto for a few unplanned hours after a game against the Raptors so the team could throw itself a Super Bowl watch party. The Heat won that day to start what became a 27-game winning...
LeBron: "Time to serve my civic duty"