Found December 21, 2011 on
Thanks to a new marketing deal with a Chinese beer company, the Miami Heat may soon be taking their talents to China. Reports the Miami Herald: “A multi-year marketing partnership announced Tuesday between the team and Chinese beer company Tsingtao could be a prelude to a Heat exhibition tour as soon as next year. ‘We’re not in control of that, the NBA is. But we have every reason to believe that we are high on the list of teams that they’ll be inviting over to China, if not next year certainly soon,’ said Eric Woolworth, Heat president of business operations. ‘I believe it’s in the pipeline.’ The glitzy media event, which was to be broadcast on Chinese Central Television and featured the Heat’s Big Three stars and top executives participating, made it clear the agreement with Tsingtao (pronounced CHING-DOW) is much more than another sponsor putting its name on signs at AmericanAirlines Arena. LeBron James presented a basketball signed by the Heat to Tsingtao president Sun Mingbo, ...
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MIAMI -- Welcome back after six months, NBA fans. You've seen five months of it spent in a lockout and the last several weeks in a controversy-filled stampede of rumors and player movement.
Oh, and the Miami Heat are still in the league.
While the news has been focused on other places since the lockout was lifted earlier this month, it only seems as if Heat players are off...
Eddy Curry has been sidelined with a hip flexor.
It's a preseason game, signifying absolutely nothing, and LeBron James is unquestionably the best basketball player in the world.
Still, on Wednesday night, he shot a wide open 15-foot set shot about 14 feet.
(Also, Michael did this once.)
The Big Three, Pat Riley and Erik Spoelstra made their way down an assembly line, packing razors, eye drops, Slim Jims, and hand sanitizer.
“I need this for my travel pack,” Dwayne Wade said, while LeBron James made quips about moisturizer and “hani-sizer.”
The Miami Heat took some time off the basketball court Tuesday to support America’s soldiers by making care packages...
The video is pretty much exactly what it says it is. LeBron James shoots an airball in the Heat’s preseason game Wednesday. Enjoy the schadenfreude. It does not mean anything. LeBron remains the best player walking the planet.
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