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Devin Harris converted a three-point play with 4.5 seconds left and the Utah Jazz snapped the Miami Heat's nine-game winning streak with a 99-98 victory on Friday night.
LeBron James had 35 points, 10 rebounds, six assists and three blocked shots for Miami, but passed on the final possession to Udonis Haslem, who missed a long jumper at the buzzer.
Dwyane Wade chipped in 31 points and six rebounds. Shane Battier also added 18 points for the Heat (28-8), who were playing without All-Star Chris Bosh.
Al Jefferson came up with 20 points and six rebounds to lead the Jazz (17-18) to their second straight win. Five other players scored in double figures for Utah, led by C.J. Miles with 14 points off the bench.
James led a big fourth-quarter rally, making the go-ahead 3-pointer and then adding a long jumper to give the Heat a 97-94 lead with 26 seconds left. Miami had a chance to put it away, but Wade missed a free throw down the stretch and that put Harris in a position to tie the...
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During the course of last season, Miami Heat forward LeBron James underwent a transformation that turned him from being a “Poster Boy” for all that was good in the NBA into a pariah, a man who was among the most hated in all of professional sports. His choice to leave the Cleveland Cavaliers, the team he played for during the first seven years of his career, to join Dwyane...
Before the Lakers, Heat game Sunday afternoon, Lebron James was caught entering Staples Center with a peculiar “purse,” if you will, in his right hand.
Via Jimmy Traina of Sports Illustrated:
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Last night, the Miami Heat were in the Pacific Northwest to face off against the Portland Trail Blazers and Lebron James did his normal Lebron James type activities.
Watch this awesome first quarter alley-oop from Dwayne Wade to Lebron who throws down a hammer dunk:
LeBron James scored 18 of his 35 points in the fourth quarter.
The Jazz won this game because Al Jefferson, shockingly, passed the ball.
Miami lost this game because LeBron James, inexplicably, passed the ball.
That convergence in the final, frantic seconds Friday night resulted in the signature victory of this Jazz season and coach Tyrone Corbin's career, while raising more questions about the finishing ability of the world's best...
There's a growing sentiment nearing a critical mass, even that Oklahoma City and Miami are pretty much locks to reach the Finals. It'd be a sexy series Kevin Durant trying to take LeBron James' title as best player alive, Durant and Russell Westbrook trying to out-highlight and out-swagger the JamesDwyane Wade duo, James Harden and his beard battling Chris Bosh to...
The Eastern Conference-leading Miami Heat may be without Chris Bosh, but that doesn't appear to be slowing down LeBron James and Dwyane Wade.
James and Wade look to continue picking up the slack for their grieving teammate, and lead the Heat to their longest winning streak in over a year against the Utah Jazz on Friday night.
Bosh is expected to miss a second consecutive game...
The NBA season is just flying by we are already half way done. Now its March so below are my top 10 games to watch in the month of March.
1. Heat at Thunder (Mar. 25th) – This will be the first time that the two best teams in the league meet. Could this be a preview of the NBA finals? Why not, watch Kevin Durant battle LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. Durant is a much...
Bosh will miss the Heat's next two games after a death in his family. Meanwhile, James and Dwyane Wade preview their matchup against the Blazers.