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MIAMI -- Ray Allen said he honestly doesn't know if his career will extend past this season.
"It's really hard to say, realistically," Allen said Friday. "A lot has to to with the circumstances that we have in front of us here."
Allen opted in for a second season with the Miami Heat, who are seeking a three-peat as NBA champions. At 38, he he's focused on the present.
"I know the way my body feels. It's really how much I decide to push myself and continue to push myself and put myself in unique situations and figure out how my body can overcome challenges, getting older and recovering," he said. "I just know being out here and doing this is a great challenge every day, getting your body together and getting it to a place I've never seen it.
"You get to the summer and I see how I feel and take it from there."
The Heat will play Allen's previous team, the Boston Celtics, on Saturday night at AmericanAirlines Are...
BEST OF MAXIM
In the first meeting between the two teams that many feel could face each other in this year’s NBA Finals, Dwyane Wade came up with a huge fourth quarter to propel the Miami Heat to a 102-97 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers, delivering a win for head coach Erik Spoelstra in his 400th regular-season game as Miami’s bench boss. In a performance that resembled the pre-Lebron...
It has happened more times than even Dwyane Wade can remember.
Someone gets the ball down low against the Miami Heat, leaps to attempt a dunk - and gets the ball swatted away by Wade, who still finds a way to catch even significantly taller NBA players by surprise with one of his signature talents.
Carlos Boozer, Tyson Chandler, Dwight Howard, Dirk Nowitzki, Brook Lopez, Carmelo...
Savannah James, the woman most notably known for owning the key to the heart of LeBron James, is aiming to win the hearts of Miami by introducing a new juicing business to the area.King James gave a sneak preview of The Juice Spot, set to open its doors in December, via Instagram last week. Although Mr. James is in support of the company, Mrs. James says the company is entirely her...
The Miami Heat's Christmas day attire has been revealed, Paul Lucas of Uniwatch confirmed.
Miami, like every team playing on Christmas in 2013, will wear sleeved jerseys that have team logos on the front, in place of numbers, which will instead be on the left sleeve.
Take a look below:
I'm not a fan of this look. Not the Heat jersey's in particular...
MIAMI -- Dwyane Wade scored 29 points and took control early in the fourth quarter to lead the Miami Heat to a 102-97 victory Thursday night against the Los Angeles Clippers in a potential preview of the 2014 NBA Finals.
Wade hit 13 of 22 shots and had 7 assists and 4 rebounds. His 7 turnovers partly were a result of him trying to do too much at times.
Wade's production was...
For a moment, it felt like old times for Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade.
After each made basket, he thought back to when he was the No. 1 scoring option. And just when it started getting good, Wade realized those days are gone.
Wade scored a season-high 29 points in Thursday's victory against the Los Angeles Clippers, but knows moments as such are a rarity because of the Heat...
MIAMI -- For "no rivalry," this was as thrilling as it gets.
Jeff Green hit a Ray Allen-like 3-pointer from the right corner at the buzzer to give the Boston Celtics a 111-110 victory against the Miami Heat on Saturday night.
The shot wasn't official until the three referees looked at the play on a TV monitor to verify it was 3-pointer and released before the buzzer...
We all know when a Miami Heat game is played, there will be at least one notable play from Dwyane Wade or LeBron James and in this post, D-Wade take center stage.
Check out this nice soaring one-handed dunk that he threw down against the Clip Show at the American Airlines Arena:
Wade image courtesy of Getty Images
Miami Heat: 4 Legitimate Concerns For the Reigning Champs
By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/Hoopstuff…
1. Dwyane Wade’s Health
- Wade has already missed a game because they are trying to keep him fresh and healthy for the long grind of the NBA season, but the game he missed was only the second game of the season and he wasn’t even injured. Obviously they are worried about...
When Ryan Allen was in Toronto last night for a game against the Raptors, I was able to talk with him about this shot, why he doesn't have a sweet spot on the court and he explained how "movement is life" for any basketball player.
The Miami Heat took a pretty brutal L tonight against an vastly inferior Boston Celtics team on Saturday night.
But more important than the result of the early regular season game was the play of LeBron James in it, who admitted after Tuesday night's game against the Clippers that he's been dealing with back issues.
The Celtics game being his first since that...
What a wild finish to the Miami Heat vs. Boston Celtics game on Saturday night. With a 110-108 lead over the Celtics, Dwyane Wade was sent to the foul line with 0.6 seconds left in the game and after missing the first attempt, he went for the intentional miss on the second shot. The ball hit the backboard and the Celtics regained possession with 0.6 seconds left on the clock. The...
LeBron James, also known as the best player in the world, did not have a great game last night against the Los Angeles Clippers. This was his final stat-line: 18 points (6-for-13), 6 assists, 5 rebounds, 1 steal, 4 turnovers. Sure, it’s still a good stat-line, but take a look at LeBron’s averages before this ...The post LeBron James Has Been Dealing with Back Spasms for Weeks...
At this stage, Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett have made like the last Japanese soldiers on Iwo Jima, refusing to give up the war.
That’s how the two former Celtics continue to regard their former teammate and current Heat guard, Ray Allen.
“They haven’t spoken to me,” Allen said before last night’s game against what remained of his former team. Allen played 24 minutes...
In the third quarter of the Heat’s win over the Clippers Thursday, Blake Griffin was setting a pick for Chris Paul and Mario Chalmers decided to fight through it — with his forearm up, catching Blake Griffin in the neck.
Friday the league announced a $15,000 fine for Chalmers for the play.