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Mike Greenberg of ESPN’s Mike and Mike mocking Dwyane Wade’s pregame outfit the other night. Wade is 6’4″, in the NBA and rockin’ Capris….
Craig Sager is just like POPS from the movie Boomerang. He is just coordinating his outfits, that is what old people do. I don’t know what D Wade is doing, but now he and Sager share a bond.
The burglaries involving the homes of Miami Heat players may be connected according to USA Today.
Police in South Florida are now investigating whether there are connections between recent burglaries at the homes of Miami Heat players Chris Bosh and Udonis Haslem.
Miami Beach police spokeswoman Vivian Hernandez said Wednesday that there are certain similarities in the two thefts...
What happened: The Miami Heat might have another long rest.
The Heat defeated the Chicago Bulls 94-91 Wednesday night at AmericanAirlines Arena to win their Eastern Conference semifinal 4-1. Now, the Heat might not start the East finals until next Wednesday.
But it wasnt easy in Game 5 against the Bulls. The Heat took an 18-point lead in the first quarter before falling...
LeBron James is the second highest earner amongst professional athletes in the United States in 2013, finishing behind Floyd Mayweather.
James is projected to earn $56.5 million with $39 million in endorsements.
James is the first team-sport player in the top two on the list since Shaquille O’Neal in 2004.
If you looked at the 2011-12 and 2012-13 NBA seasons in a vacuum, you’d swear on your life that LeBron James was the greatest basketball player and leader the game has seen since the days of Michael Jordan and the Miami Heat the most formidable collection of talent since the dynastic teams of the 1970s [...]The post The Reorganization Of The Miami Heat’s Big 3 appeared first...
MIAMI Chris Bosh is used to being at least somewhat under the radar with the Miami Heat.
Actually, he doesnt mind that.
When Sports Illustrated came out with its Fortunate 50, a list of America's highest-paid athletes, Heat stars LeBron James (second) and Dwyane Wade (11th) obviously were on the list. But so was Bosh, who came in at No. 47.
He wasnt thrilled about that.
I remember when Miami Heat’s Chris Andersen was on the Denver Nuggets, one could find a myriad of “Baby Birdmans” strewn about the Pepsi Center; even my own child was – and still is – obsessed with the colorful character. However, I think this “Baby Birdman” is by far the cutest faux tatted one I’ve [...]The post The Cutest “Baby Birdman” Ever (Photo) appeared...
Miami Heat bird-flipper Filomena Tobias is 'distressed' from all the national attention so she did what anyone who wanted something to just go way would do -- she issued a statement to the AP through...
Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
LeBron James’ tendency to act on the court during situations of contact was heavily debated over the past week.
James was shoved by Bulls backup center Nazr Mohammed during Game 3 of the Miami Heat-Chicago series and seemed to sell how forcefully he was pushed. Nate Robinson and Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau said they felt James flopped on the play. After being scrutinized, James responded...
There was some question as to whether Dwyane Wade would suit up on Wednesday. With the Heat holding a controlling advantage over the Bulls in their best-of-seven series, the All-Star guard could have sat out Game 5 to rest his sore knee and fallout from his absence may have been negligible.
Still, there was no way Wade could miss this one. He may have been hurting. It may be a little...
But he should probably take the butcher’s word for it…
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At Marquette University, Dwyane Wade is a God. He’s thunder and lightning and pyrotechnics rolled into one transcendent badass. He’s the freaking Golden Eagle pope, the incomparable ambassador of all things MU basketball, and when he takes a crap, it smells like Dove soap and winning.
I know this because I went to Marquette.
One of the first things I did as a freshman back...