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Chris Bosh had a cameo appearance on NBC's television show Parks and Recreation. Judging by his celebration, Bosh is already in midseason form.
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Remember that post a while back about Parks and Recreation actress Aubrey Plaza and her outrageous Twitter rants to Heat’s Chris Bosh? If not, it is definitely weird and amusing, check it out here.
Bosh appeared on an episode of the NBC comedy show Thursday night, and Plaza revealed to Vulture Online that though the two did not have any scenes together, they did meet during...
A Bahamian artist painted a strange portrait of Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra along with president Pat Riley and owner Micky Arison.
Last night Chris Bosh made a brief, but actually kind of funny cameo on NBC’s only hit show Parks & Rec. Bosh played a high school basketball/french horn player and dunked on a kid.
Bosh is building himself quite the filmography, having already appeared on Entourage & Law & Order.
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It’s not everyday that Miami Heat star LeBron James asks science questions but thanks to the fine folks over at the Khan Academy, we get to learn the answers to some breaking questions. LeBron asked eight questions to the education website about science back in 2012 and below are some of my personal favorites from the series: *** LeBron James image courtesy of Getty Images
After his sophomore year at Marquette, Dwyane Wade decided to have the meniscus in his left knee removed. It was a decision made for expediency's sake, the Heat guard suggests now, and one he regrets.
Wade, who has battled knee problems throughout his 10-year NBA career and had to receive regular knee treatments through the second half of last season and the playoffs, believes...
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade underwent surgery 11 years ago to remove the meniscus from his left knee. The procedure underwent when he was in college with Marquette, and looking back he told Brian Windhorst of ESPN.comthat the operation was a mistake."My knee problems and the things I've dealt with started from that," Wade said. "That was  years ago and technology...
After his sophomore year at Marquette, Dwyane Wade decided to have the meniscus in his left knee removed. It was a decision made for expedient’s sake, the Heat guard suggests now, and it is one he regrets.
Wade, who has battled knee issues throughout his 10-year NBA career and had to receive regular knee treatments through the second half of last season and the playoffs, believes...
It seems like Dwyane Wade, being the team leader that he is, has taken some of the responsibility for helping turn Michael Beasley's career around.
After the first practice of training camp on Tuesday, Beasley said that "D-Wade stayed in my ear the whole time" (via Bleacher Report's Ethan Skolnick).
And Wade hasn't stopped as training camp has progressed...
LeBron James can do more than dominate every facet of the game on the hardwood. James is well rounded, intelligent, and judging by the video below, a high end watch designer as well.
The reigning NBA MVP teamed up with Audemars Piguet from Switzerland, to create a $51, 500 limited edition Audemar watch titled the Chronograph by LeBron James.
Only 600 of the watches were made...
(Eds: Adds details, quotes. Should stand. With AP Photos.) By TIM REYNOLDS AP Basketball Writer For the 20th straight year, Juwan Howard is taking part in NBA practices.
For the first time, he's not doing it as a player.
A coach of sorts for the Miami Heat as his playing career wound down over the past two seasons, Howard has simply removed ''of sorts'' from...
11 years ago, while playing college basketball at Marquette, Dwyane Wade opted to have meniscus-removal surgery on his left knee.
It's a decision that Wade regrets today, due to the many knee problems he's had to deal with since, he told Brian Windhorst of ESPN.
Wade said that if more of a long-term approach was used when he had his meniscus surgery in 2002, following...
NBA 2K14 just came out, and it appears that they are predicting LeBron James' hairline to recede a significant amount from its current status over the course of this season.
Check out this screen grab by @FastMoneyyJP on Twitter.
2K14 realer than ever pic.twitter.com/FxcCJeVGcm
— Fastmoneygrindslow (@FastMoneyyJP) October 1, 2013
h/t: Bleacher Report
Doc Rivers knows a thing or two about having a big three.
Before the Miami Heat tried putting together their own big three, Rivers had already won a title with his own trio before the Heat ever thought about putting one together.
Rivers is no longer in Boston with Pierce, Garnett, and Allen, but he believes he has own big three out west now. Rivers likes the trio of CP3, Blake...
As a six-time NBA champion and one of the greatest players ever to walk on a court, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is among the most well-respected men in the basketball community.
One of the most intense basketball debates involves the subject of who’s the best player in league history, with two of the best players of their respective generations, Michael Jordan and LeBron James, dominating...