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Dwyane Wade says the Miami Heat have moved on from Game 3 when he had his public spat with coach Erik Spoelstra.
Following the team's practice Saturday, Wade chalked up his heated sideline exchange in the third quarter of a 94-75 blowout loss to the Indiana Pacers with Spoelstra as ''emotional and in the heat of the battle.'' Wade said it wasn't his first exchange with Spoelstra ''and it won't be the last.''
Wade said the Heat ''are a family, a team'' and have moved past any turmoil as they get ready for Game 4 on Sunday.
The Heat didn't practice Friday. Wade, who scored just five points in Game 3, took advantage of the time away from the floor to visit Indiana coach Tom Crean, his college coach at Marquette.
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The Indiana Pacers defeated the Miami Heat 94-75 tonight to take a 2-1 series lead in their Eastern Conference semifinals matchup. Indiana’s defense held Miami to 37% shooting, with Dwyane Wade among those not able to find his shot. He finished with 5 points, making just 2 of 13 shots from the floor, [...]
Let’s be clear: There will be no saving LeBron James from a playoff collapse this time.
There’s no excuse to be made. You could talk about Chris Bosh’s injury being a factor, but that doesn’t change the fact that LeBron played one of his worst games of the year against Indiana last night.
22 points, 22 shots, 7 rebounds and general disinterest. None of that stat line...
INDIANAPOLIS –The Miami Heat can officially press the panic button. In doing so, it would be the best thing for them as the Heat and Coach Erik Spoelstra need to come to a firm understanding of what is about to happen. They are no longer in the zone where they can just cruise over teams with a mere flick of their wrist.
Dwyane Wade yelled at Erik Spoelstra during a third-quarter timeout of Miami's 94-75 loss to the Pacers.
A for effort, but it doesn't make much sense.
Dwyane Wade was pissed that the Indiana Pacers were celebrating their Game 2 win in Miami earlier this week, and he was pissed that the refs weren’t calling fouls the way he’d prefer. So when most people expected him to respond with a Dwyane Wade game in Indiana last night, he shocked everyone when he barely showed up with a Harold...
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The playoffs are always an intense situation, and it is certainly not uncommon for emotions to boil over every once in a while. That is exactly what happened during the third quarter of game three of the Pacers/Heat playoff series between superstar Dwayne Wade and coach Erik Spoelstra.
After Wade missed a jump shot, Pacers guard George Hill converted on a quick layup going the other...
If one thing has become clear, it is that this is not the same Miami Heat team that has dominated the Indiana Pacers the past two seasons. By all means, holding a talented and deep team like the Indiana Pacers to under 45% shooting should mean certain victory. However, the beauty (or the bane) of the NBA fan is that nothing is certain in the playoffs.
The Miami Heat...
Miami, FL - This game was brutal to watch. The Pacers blew an 11 point lead only to trail late in the fourth quarter. Indiana missed 24 out of their 29 shots in the quarter, were outscored by Lebron James and Dwyane Wade in the fourth, yet somehow won this game.
Both teams had chances to take the lead with free throws. Both teams combined for 2-8 in the final minute...
The Indiana Pacers won game two of their series with the Miami Heat 78 to 75 Tuesday night. The series is now tied at one and heads to Indiana for game three on Thursday night.
The Pacers leading scores were David West with 16 and George Hill with 15 while Dwyane Wade had 24 and Lebron James had a game high 28 for the Miami Heat.
Many people thought that Miami would easily win...
Last night the Indiana Pacers treated the Miami Heat like Wall Street/the U.S. Government treats anyone who opposes Goldman Sachs- total obliteration. Indiana put on the whooping stick as the Heat trailed by as many as 21. Today, the fallout continues, as the Heat cancelled their media session and practice.
It’s circling the wagons time, as the presumptive favorite to win the...
We start with this one here. This has been the common opinion about Lebron James these days (well years). Although not much statistical evidence backs this up, a lot of moments like this help the anti-Lebron team's case. Anyways, you never want a rookie showing you up on national tv. Think Lebron will see this video soon?
Ah, Dwyane Wade...