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If you like free tickets, live in Miami and enjoy asking questions. The Miami Heat want to hook you up with free tickets this Saturday for their Courtside Cinema: Into The Fire event. Immediately following the movie, Chris Bosh, Mario Chalmers, and Joel Anthony will host a post-move Q&A. You need to have tickets to enter, so why not head over to their Facebook page and get some for free dude. I’m just sayin’.
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Chris Bosh extended his range over the offseason.
At some point in an NBA player’s career — at least for the self-motivated ones that have a desire to be great — a light comes on.
Last season, the Miami Heat was arguably the most hated franchise in the NBA. The super team of LeBron James, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh was frowned upon my sports enthusiast and the whole city of Cleveland, defined by such debacles like "The Decision" and loosing the NBA championship to a more focused Dallas Mavericks. Now that the NBA lockout is over and the shortened...
At some point in an NBA players career at least for the self-motivated ones that have a desire to be great a light comes on.
MIAMI - At some point in an NBA player's career - at least for the self-motivated ones that have a desire to be...
If you think that Scottie Pippen and Chris Bosh have similar takes on life, working as sidemen to the greatest players of their generation, you might want to pull up the dueling Esquire magazine profiles to compare and contrast.
(And, no, this isn't yet another blog post dedicated to ripping Bosh apart for acting a bit mercurial. We respect the hell out of Chris' game and...
Dwyane Wade has taken notice of Chris Bosh's newfound confidence.
Basketball as art is something that we've shown a big appreciation for at A Stern Warning, through our bartsketball concept. So it will come as no surprise that a continuation that this exhibition excites me.
The Art of Basketball exhibit recently in Miami helped raise money for inner-city kids, by selling basketball-related artwork, created on the hardwood used at the NBA...
No full post-scrimmage blog tonight, because it only was, after all, only a scrimmage.
Instead, a few quick thoughts:
– I apparently have been wrong about Norris Cole. The kid has the polish of a four-year collegian and appears to have upside. I found it curious how Erik Spoelstra somewhat paused before saying that Mario Chalmers is the definitive season-opening starter.
LeBron James was the first one on the floor, swishing the first shot he took. Dwyane Wade arrived with a candy cane behind his right ear. Chris Bosh gestured to the fans with his usual intensity. Miami's stars gave fans what they wanted Thursday night. But a Heat rookie might have provided the biggest surprise.
Last season: 58-24, second seed in the East. We all know how this turned out — Miami made it to the NBA Finals in its first season with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh, but lost the title to Dallas in six games. Head Coach: Erik Spoelstra, who interestingly enough has not yet been…