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Veteran point guard Rafer Alston seemed done with the NBA, but has apparently had a change of heart and is looking to extend his pro career.
Alston’s agent and long-time friend Eddie Lau on Wednesday told InsideHoops.com editor Jeff Lenchiner that the guard, who last played in the NBA for the Miami Heat and New Jersey [...]
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So how is Eddy Curry looking at Heat training camp?
Hard to say, considering the team has done a remarkable job of making someone that large disappear.
Tuesday, Curry again was out of sight at camp at AmericanAirlines Arena, and apparently will be out of mind for a few more days, as well.
So far, the Heat have had five camp sessions; Curry has not yet completed two.
The latest word...
MIAMI (AP) -- 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.
Norris Cole staked his claim for playing time right...
HEAT.com's live chat of the Miami HEAT Red and Black scrimmage at AmericanAirlines Arena.
Dear United States of Football America,
You're welcome. And I hope you are appropriately thankful for this sacrifice.
My fellow Texans and I are taking yet another one for the team, this time staring down the prospect of being governed by expert blowhard Craig James so you do not have to turn down the volume on Thursday night football broadcasts. We already handled LeBron James...
Miami Heat star Udonis Haslem is calling foul on a proposed plan to put one of the nation's largest immigration detention facilities in his neighborhood.
"I am extremely upset that you are under talks with CCA Corporation and the Department of Homeland Security," writes Haslem, in a letter to the Town Council of Southwest Ranches. “I do not support this in anyway...
Rookie guard Norris Cole already has impressed Dwyane Wade by getting the ball to where the team’s best scorers are most comfortable.
At this time last year, the Miami HEAT were hardly natural at moving without the ball. But over the course of the season, players used to having the ball in their hands adapted better than you might think, with a little push from the coaching staff. HEAT.com looks at the upward trending off-ball movement with numbers and video.
LeBron James has been up to a lot of things this offseason, but perhaps none are more interesting than handing out Sheets to random people. Beginning today, Sheets Brand Energy Strips will be starting a highly publicized advertising campaign through the Sheets Facebook page. Entrants will have 45 days to submit their own creative take [...]
Dwyane Wade has taken notice of Chris Bosh's newfound confidence.
For the first time in six months, the Miami Heat returned to the floor of their arena on Thursday night.