Found November 25, 2012 on
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Every morning, we will give you five things from the night before in the NBA to start your day.
1: Heat get hot
The Miami Heat are affectionately known as the Flying Death Machine on the Twitter-verse. Simply because when the Heat are at their best, they come at you from all sides at blazing speed and ability to turn on the scoring jets at will.
That is what the kind of talent the Heat have will get you.
The Cavaliers found that out the hard way in a 110-108 loss to the Heat at American Airlines Arena.
Cleveland did not put Miami away when it had the chance. The Cavaliers hit 14 of 31 3-pointers and seemed to have control. But the Heat scored the final eight points of the game and got a couple of big 3-pointers from Ray Allen in a 31-point fourth quarter as the Heat came from behind to secure the win.
Cleveland is learning the hard way on this Florida road trip just how difficult it is to close games out. The Cavaliers allowed the Magic to say in the game thanks to some ...
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MIAMI LeBron James scores, passes, rebounds and plays defense. Apparently, he also breaks news.
The Miami Heat offered no timetable Monday on how long forward Shane Battier might be out due to a knee injury. Then James stepped up to talk with the media.
Unfortunately, were not going to have him for the next few games, James said of Battier.
James later backtracked a bit. But...
For every new season, each NBA team comes up with a team video to hype the fan's in their respective arenas to levels of craziness.Check out the Miami Heat's introduction video that probably deserves some sort of Academy Award nomination:
It's amazing what a championship will do for a person. For some, it means eternal recognition. For others, it is simply a triumph over adversity. And for a select few, a championship can mean redemption - a phoenix-like rise from the ashes. Such is the case for LeBron James. After making the decision to jump ship and leave Cleveland behind, James was crucified. Now...
Rashard Lewis began the season as a regular part of the Heat rotation, but did not play for the second consecutive game on Saturday.
Miami Heat guard Shane Battier may miss a few games with a sprained right knee ligament, according to ESPN. “I’m sore, but overall, I feel pretty good,” Battier said after Monday’s practice at AmericanAirlines Arena. “I think it could have been a lot worse than it was. I’ve sprained an MCL before, so I knew [...]
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MIAMI -- The Boston Celtics don't like the Miami Heat. Nevertheless, Ray Allen remembers the Celtics coming to LeBron James' defense last season.
It was March 2 and the Heat were playing at Utah. James passed off in the waning seconds to Udonis Haslem, who missed a potential game-winning jumper. James got barbecued in the media for not taking the shot himself.
Most Cavaliers fans have moved on from LeBron James. They seem more focused on their own team, their own issues, their own potential solutions.
As for James and the Heat, Cavs fans would still prefer they lose -- but they also realize thats not real likely most nights.
But thats the way it should be for Cavs fans. They should feel more in tune with what the team...
Shane Battier said he had a sprained MCL and did not need an MRI.
On a back-to-back, against the class of the NBA, without their star point guard, I wasn’t expecting much out of the Cavaliers last night in Miami. But, the Cavaliers gave viewers one of the most entertaining games of the season as they caught fire from behind the arc in the first half and had their most balanced scoring of the season with seven players reaching double figures....
If you can’t be courtside in the Miami Heat’s American Airlines the next best thig is to chill out inside Hyde. And that’s just what Heat WAG’s Savannah Brinson, Faith Reign and Gabrielle Union were doing when the Heat battled King James’ former team, the Cleveland Cavilers. Hyde is new to the Miami Heat [...]