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Outcome of Heat-Hornets series rests on Dwyane Wade

With rolling inconsistency and a lack of overall experience on the roster, it's Dwyane Wade or die for the Miami Heat on Friday night. It wasn't imperative during the long regular season and seven months leading up to the 2016 NBA Playoffs. Not during the strenuous practices or changed offensive system. But now it is. The urgency for three-time champion Dwyane Wade to give it everything...
Via Hot Hot Hoops
8 hours ago

NBA Makes Decision on Critical Non-Call at End of Heat-Hornets Game 5

Dwyane Wade may not agree with it, but the referees were correct in their non-call at the end of Game 5 last night, according to the NBA. In the NBA’s last two minute report of the Miami Heat’s loss to the Charlotte Hornets last night, the league states that the Hornets’ Cody Zeller did not foul Wade upon his drive to the hoop with five seconds remaining in the game. This ended...
Via Heat Nation
8 hours ago  |  Discuss

NBA says Wade wasn't fouled in final seconds of Game 5 loss

MIAMI (AP) The NBA says Dwyane Wade was not fouled on Miami's final offensive play of the Heat loss to Charlotte in Game 5 of the teams' Eastern Conference first-round series. Wade thought he was fouled with 2.6 seconds left as he tried to tie the game while being defended by the Hornets' Cody Zeller and Courtney Lee. No call came, and the Heat lost 90-88. Miami trails the series...
Via Associated Press
8 hours ago  |  Discuss

NBA rules non-call on Dwyane Wade at end of Heat-Hornets Game 5 was correct

The NBA believes Hornets big man Cody Zeller did not foul Wade at the end of the game in their two-minute report. The Charlotte Hornets now hold a 3-2 series lead against the Miami Heat in their first round playoff series after a tight 90-88 victory Wednesday night. Though the Heat had several chances to tie the game or take the lead late in the game, the most controversial play...
Via Hot Hot Hoops
8 hours ago

League rules that Dwyane Wade was not fouled on final drive

Dwyane Wade said he didn't need to see the NBA's official "last two-minute report." He definitely won't want to look at it now. The NBA has released the report from Wednesday's Game 5 Hornets win, and determined that neither Cody Zeller nor Courtney Lee fouled Wade on what turned out to be the decisive possession. Here's what the league said about Zeller: Zeller (CHA) comes towards...
Via Heat Check
9 hours ago

It’s clear, Dwyane Wade was fouled on the final play of Game 5

The Miami Heat were robbed of a chance to tie the game on the final possession of Game 5 vs the Charlotte Hornets. Miami Heat fans were upset with the officiating after Game 4, and Game 5 didn’t do much to assuage those feelings. In fact, it made it worse. Despite the Heat shooting four […] It’s clear, Dwyane Wade was fouled on the final play of Game 5 - All U Can Heat - All...
Via All U Can Heat
14 hours ago

Gabrielle Union blasts refs after no-call on Dwyane Wade

Miami Heat fans can’t help but feel robbed after a no-call on Dwyane Wade late in Wednesday night’s game may have cost them a chance to win. Wade’s wife, Gabrielle Union, certainly felt that her husband was fouled while driving to the basket, and she unloaded on the officials at the conclusion of Game 5. Wade, who turned back the clock and scored 25 points in the 90-88 loss...
Via Larry Brown Sports
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Wade and Whiteside connect on alley-oop

Dwyane Wade hits Hassan Whiteside for an alley-oop in the second game in their first round series against Charlotte…. #TheLobTheJAM on @NBATV! #NBAVine — NBA (@NBA) April 20, 2016 The post Watch: Wade and Whiteside connect on alley-oop appeared first on Crossover Chronicles.
Via Crossover Chronicles
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Bosh tells Heat teammates he will not play during playoffs

It sounds like you can rule out a Chris Bosh return this season. According to Dwyane Wade, Bosh told his Miami Heat teammates on Friday that he would not be able to play for the team during the postseason due to an ongoing blood issue. Wade just revealed Bosh spoke to the Heat today about the playoffs. "He doesn't have the ability to be in it," Wade said. — Tim Reynolds (...
Via Larry Brown Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Dwyane Wade not rooting for Warriors to reach 73 wins

Dwyane Wade’s Miami Heat play early enough on Wednesday that he will be able to watch the Golden State Warriors attempt to make history, but he’s not rooting for them to break the record set by the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls. “Rooting? I’m not rooting,” Wade said Monday after practice, according to the Miami Herald's Manny Navarro. “I’ll watch. “If they get it, if they...
Via The Sports Daily
17 days ago  |  Discuss

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