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With the NBA back on track Nike has dropped a new Brand Jordan ad featuring Dwayne Wade to kick off the launch of the Fly Wade 2. The ad attempts to capture the sensation of priming for flight:
The game’s most memorable plays often coincide with brilliant acts of flight. In that moment of calm before takeoff, Dwyane Wade shows us what it feels like to be airborne in the Jordan Fly Wade 2.
Nice to see someone giving props to defense even if a certain other Heat player who’s better known for pinning fools to the glass.
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Dwyane Wade represents the new era of Jordan brand athletes. In his new commercial for the Fly Wade 2, a familiar Jordan theme of “flight” is the subject matter on deck.
Dope concept. Especially love the fact that it was a defensive play. I’m ready for Christmas, how about you?
Remember this past Sunday when Stevie Johnson celebrated a touchdown by mocking Plaxico Burress shooting himself in the leg? Johnson caught a bunch of heat for that, as well as a $10,000 fine from Roger Goodell (You Must NOT Embarrass the SHIELD!). Well, when LeBron James scored a touchdown playing flag football, he decided to celebrate by mocking Johnson mocking Burress.
MIAMI - Chris Bosh spent less than a week during the offseason in his hometown of Dallas.
That was intentional.
One of the reasons the Heat forward stayed mostly in Miami was he didnt want to run into folks gloating about the Dallas Mavericks. They, of course, beat the Heat 4-2 to win the NBA Finals last June.
I didnt even want to hear all the fans, Bosh said Friday after a workout...
MIAMI (AP) -- Some Miami Heat players are working out at the team's arena for the first time since June.
Udonis Haslem and Chris Bosh arrived for voluntary workouts early Thursday, the first day players could return to team facilities since the NBA lockout began July 1. Free agents Juwan Howard and James Jones also arrived; both were with the Heat last season.
The Heat still have their 2012 first round pick and Pat Riley will focus a lot of his time scouting.
Q: If the Magic get rid of Gilbert Arenas, which they most likely will do with “amnesty”, don’t you think the Heat should go after him? He’s a shooting point guard and that’s exactly what the Heat need. — Jason.
A: Just because a player is available and used to be somebody doesn’t mean he’s the right fit. Considering how far Gilbert’s game has fallen (he seemingly...
MIAMI, December 2nd -The Miami HEAT has announced their 2011 preseason schedule with home and away contests against interstate rival Orlando Magic.
While Heat forward Chris Bosh is looking forward to finally getting the season underway, the Dallas native didn't mince words when it came to the prospect of watching the Mavericks raise their championship banner in front of their home crowd.
Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we mentioned that Lebron James and Kevin Durant would play in a flag football game.Well, Lebron's team won the game but one of his touchdown celebrations was a rather interesting choice.Last week, Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson pretended to shoot himself in the foot, now Lebron has decided to mimic it: (Courtesy of Bob's Blitz)
It was a year ago today that every sports fan tuned in to watch a regular season NBA game. It wasn’t because the game was thought to be necessarily all that competitive, but because it was the first time LeBron James would return to Cleveland as a member of the Miami Heat. The media attention [...]
Once NBA teams can speak with free agents beginning Monday, Miami Heat president Pat Riley has his franchise in strong position to sell Shane Battier on signing to play with LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, league sources told Yahoo! Sports.
Battier has been a primary target in free agency for the Heat, and sources say the [...]
For the first time since the shortened 1998-99 season, the NBA finalists from one season will open the following season against one another. Heat forwards Chris Bosh and Udonis Haslem appreciate the irony. The NBA has made it official -- again -- saying Friday that Miami will visit the Dallas Mavericks on Christmas Day, only this time in the season-opener for both clubs.