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Norris Cole expected to return to lineup in early December

Feb 21, 2015; Miami, FL, USA; New Orleans Pelicans guard Norris Cole (30) looks on against the Miami Heat during the first half at American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports USA Today SportsInjuries have been the main reason the Pelicans are off to a dismal 3-11 start to the season, but they're finally beginning to see a point where guys will be coming...
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Cleveland State to retire Norris Cole’s No. 30

Cleveland State University announced Friday that it will retire Norris Cole’s No. 30. There will be a retirement ceremony at the Wolstein Center before the Viking’s 1 p.m. game against Oakland on February 6. The first 1,500 fans in attendance will receive a Norris Cole bobblehead (complete with flat-top, I assume). After the ceremony, Cole will pop over to Quicken Loans Arena...
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

Pelicans want to re-sign Norris Cole

The New Orleans Pelicans have had an active offseason retaining key players and now have Norris Cole as their next target to bring back to New Orleans, according to Cole is a restricted free agent and can play for a one-year qualifying offer if no other teams offer him a contract.  The Pelicans have limited room left for contracts and are looking to sign him to a deal...
Via Hoops-Nation
July 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Heat player's private chef fatally shot at nightclub

Some Miami Heat players had a heavy heart going into Game 3 Tuesday night after finding out the private chef employed by guard Norris Cole was shot and killed inside a popular South Beach nightclub early Tuesday.Antaun Teasley was found unresponsive inside Club Mansion and that he had been in a fight with a man in the VIP area shortly before he was found, said police.The 42-year...
Via The Other Paper
June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Heat Nation Feature: Why Norris Cole Is Miami’s Unsung Hero

There’s a lot we can say for certain concerning Miami Heat backup point guard Norris Cole. It’s safe to say he’s never going to be MVP. , but never say he doesn’t hustle, and never say he’s not an integral part of Miami’s three-peat hopes. In fact, you could probably say he’s the Heat’s unsung hero, but before you say, “How can a guy average six points a game and...
Via Heat Nation
May 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Cole family 'Green Machine' is back to provide a Heat boost

The Cole family van has found its way back to AmericanAirlines arena. Known as the "Green Machine" and owned by the parents of guard Norris Cole, the 1993 Chevrolet van has been somewhat of a good luck charm for the Cole family over the years. As the story goes, whenver the family has driven it to a championship event, Cole's team has won. The van will be parked out in front of AmericanAirlines...
Via Fox Sports Florida
May 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Norris Cole Receiving Significant Inquiries As Heat Refuse To Deal Him

As a rising talent on a rookie-scale contract, Heat point guard Norris Cole is drawing a bevy of interested teams pursuing Miami management about a potential package to acquire him, league sources told RealGM. For every call, the Heat have offered stiff rejections, sources said, and value Cole as one of their best young assets. Pat Riley traded for Cole in the 2011 NBA Draft and...
Via RealGM
February 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Heat's Norris Cole leaves with facial injury

The Miami Heat's Norris Cole left Monday night's game at Denver midway through the third quarter after taking a fall at the end of a driving layup attempt and hitting his face on the floor. Cole had come into the game in place of Dwayne Wade, who didn't return after halftime because of back spasms, the Heat said in a tweet. Wade's return was characterized by the team as questionable...
Via AP on Fox
December 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Who should start point-guard for the Miami Heat? Cole or Chalmers?

The Miami Heat has weapons at every position. That’s a good problem to have, especially in today’s league. But the question that has been on my mind here lately is who should start point-guard? Mario Chalmers is currently and consistently the starting point-guard. Who exactly is Mario Chalmers? Why should he be the starter? Well if you’re a fan of basketball in general, you...
December 07, 2013  |  Discuss

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