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Miami Heat News: Hassan Whiteside Cleared to Play Tuesday vs. Spurs

According to Ira Winderman of the Sun Sentinel, center Hassan Whiteside has been cleared to play in Tuesday night’s matchup against the San Antonio Spurs. Whiteside has missed the past three games due to a lacerated right hand. Hassan Whiteside has been cleared to play Tuesday against the Spurs. — Ira Winderman (@IraHeatBeat) March 30, 2015 This is fantastic news for the...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Injury Report: Wade, Whiteside, Anderson Questionable vs. Pistons

Shooting guard Dwyane Wade, who may have come back too soon from a knee injury, played an uneventful 22 minutes in Friday night’s loss to the Atlanta Hawks. Afterwards, Wade complained of fluid buildup in his knee and is hoping to get it drained in Miami. “I’ll go back to Miami and see my doctors and see what they want to do. I have a lot of fluid. In a perfect world I would...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Bob Cousy compares Hassan Whiteside to Bill Russell

Well, it seems like the Florida sun is starting to get to 86-year old Celtics' legend Bob Cousy. In an article written by the Worcester Telegram and Gazette's Bill Doyle, Cousy compares Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside to none other than NBA-legend Bill Russell:I have never said this in the 40 years since I retired. But he is the first big guy, not (Patrick) Ewing, (Hakeem) Olajuwon...
Via Celtics Life
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Heat News: Hassan Whiteside May Need Two Weeks To Heal

It appears the Miami Heat’s top big man will need a bit of time to heal from his latest injury. Hassan Whiteside stated that he’ll “probably” need two weeks to heal from a laceration to his hand. He suffered the laceration in a loss to the Milwaukee Bucks this past Tuesday night. Whiteside provided such comments about his injury to Jason Lieser of The Palm Beach Post: ...
Via Heat Nation
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Hand injury to limit Hassan Whiteside’s cheap shot repertoire

Miami Heat cheap shot artist Hassan Whiteside is doubtful for tonight’s game against the Celtics: Whiteside needed 10 stitches to his right hand after suffering a gash between the middle and ring fingers on his hand. He sliced his hand hitting the rim and had to leave the game with 5:41 remaining in the second quarter of the Heat’s 89-88 loss to Milwaukee at the Bradley Center...
Via Red's Army
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Heat News: Hassan Whiteside Leaves Bucks Game with Lacerated Hand

The Miami Heat’s injury woes flared up again on as center Hassan Whiteside went to the locker room in the second quarter of Tuesday night’s matchup against the Milwaukee Bucks. While attempting to block a shot, Whiteside lacerated his hand on the rim, which left a huge gash in between his middle fingers. The cut required 10 stitches on his shooting hand and Whiteside is questionable...
Via Heat Nation
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Heat Weekly: The beginning of the end

The Miami Heat find themselves stuck as the 9th seed in the east and one has to wonder if this is the beginning of the end for the Miami Heat playoff hopes this season. Many did not envision that the Heat would be fighting for the 8th seed this late in the season. Frustration is showing and one has to wonder if a lack of chemistry and injuries are finally catching up to the Heat...
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Herald writer asks if Heat should release Hassan Whiteside after ejection?!?!

When you work in sports 24/7, sometimes the mind likes to play tricks on you.  Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside has been a revelation with some insane numbers put up the last few months from seemingly out of nowhere.  Last night though, he briefly lost his mind with the above cheap shot on Boston’s Kelly Olynyk and got ejected. That led Heat writer Joseph Goodman of the Miami...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Hassan Whiteside ejected for elbowing Kelly Olynyk in head (Video)

Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside was ejected from Monday night's game against Boston for elbowing Celtics center Kelly Olynyk in the back of the head.It happened during a Heat offensive sequence in the third quarter. Whiteside attempted to elbow Olynyk in the face, which Olynyk was able to block. However, just a few seconds later, Olynyk turned his back and Whiteside delivered...
Via Holdout Sports
22 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Whiteside ejected for cheap shot on Kelly Olynyk

By Zack Cox. Hassan Whiteside’s night came to an early end Monday after the Miami Heat big man was ejected for a hit from behind on Boston Celtics center Kelly Olynyk.       This embed is invalid   " /> Officials initially called a common defensive foul on the play, which came late in the third quarter, but upgraded it to a flagrant 2 upon video review...
22 days ago  |  Discuss

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