It’s been a rough season of sorts for the 2014-15 Miami Heat.
Less than a year after advancing to their fourth consecutive NBA Finals, the Heat have struggled all season long. They have not been above .500 since early December and are currently eight games under .500 after Saturday night’s 93-91 loss to the Atlanta Hawks.
Injuries have taken a toll on the roster as Josh McRoberts...
MIAMI -- Both the Miami Heat and the Atlanta Hawks featured new-look starting lineups in their clash Saturday at AmericanAirlines Arena.
The Hawks did it by choice, preferring to rest several key players on the second night of a back-to-back. The Heat were forced to by necessity.
With Chris Andersen out because of illness, head coach Erik Spoelstra put Udonis Haslem back to his more...
Just days after the Miami Heat acquired point guard Goran Dragic at the trade deadline, the team announced that Chris Bosh would miss the remainder of the season due to blood clots found in his lungs.
The Heat will be forced to find a suitable replacement for a player that ranked 13th in the league in points per game (21.1). Making matters worse is that Miami will have to fill the...
In a 48-hour stretch that saw the Miami Heat reach both high and lows as they successfully acquired Goran Dragic and then almost immediately after lost Chris Bosh, who was diagnosed with blood clots in his lungs, Miami found a way to compose themselves and pull off an impressive 111-87 victory over the New York Knicks on Friday night.
The game turned out to be one of the most...
With just nine available players, it was all hands on deck for the Miami Heat in their 111-87 victory against the New York Knicks on Friday.
A day after swinging a three-team trade that left two roster spots open, coupled with the Chris Bosh's hospitalization, those who were available easily outplayed the league-worst Knicks.
Bosh's absence was felt, but the team was aided by the...
Kevin Durant continues to put on a show. He already did this and this against the Heat.
What did he do after? Dust Udonis Haslem and throw it down:
Seriously, Kevin Durant, stop it.
Kevin Durant pic courtesy of Getty Images. Vine by @gifdsports.
(Miami, FL) — On Sunday night the Miami Heat (12-15) host the Boston Celtics (10-14) at American Airlines Arena.
The Heat are coming off a narrow loss to the formidable Washington Wizards at home. It was the team’s first loss this season when they entered the fourth quarter with a lead.
Unfortunately, one critical turnover cost them the win, and Miami was handed their fifth...
Sure, we all have a favorite Miami Heat player, but have you ever stopped to consider your favorite Heat significant other? NBA stars tend to pull off some pretty beautiful women and living in South Beach, standards seem to be set pretty high. In light of the Heat’s losing ways as of late, we thought we’d do a little something different. Take a look at our official list of...
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While the Miami Heat will look toward ending their two-game losing streak when they take on the Minnesota Timberwolves at home on Saturday night, they might be doing so without three of their rotation players.
Chris Andersen (ribs), Danny Granger (hamstring) and Udonis Haslem (quad) all continue to rehab injuries as the Heat embark on their third back-t0-back set of the season....
Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra says Danny Granger, Chris Andersen and Udonis Haslem are still not ready to play and will miss Wednesday night's game against the Charlotte Hornets.
Spoelstra said before the game that Luol Deng, who injured his elbow and sat out the fourth quarter in a loss to Houston on Tuesday night, is expected to play.
Granger has a strained hamstring, Haslem...
Via AP on Fox
November 05, 2014
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Heat coach Erik Spoelstra says Danny Granger, Chris Andersen and Udonis Haslem are still not ready to play and will miss Wednesday night's game against the Charlotte Hornets.
Speolstra said before the game that Luol Deng, who injured his elbow and sat out the fourth quarter in a loss to Houston on Tuesday night, is expected to play.
Granger has a strained hamstring...
Via AP on Fox
November 05, 2014
MIAMI -- FOX's Sun Sports, the regional television home of the Miami HEAT, announced the network will debut an all-new episode of "Inside the HEAT" in anticipation of the start of the regular season on Wednesday, Oct. 29 vs. the Washington Wizards.
Premiering at 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 22, "Inside the HEAT: Preseason Special" will provide viewers statewide with an all-access...
Your Miami Heat have been putting in extra hard work this off-season to get ready for the 2014-2015 NBA season. Here is a glimpse of what’s been happening behind the scenes.
Members of the Heat working on their shooting form:
Shannon Brown putting in work:
Josh McRoberts hitting the practice facility:
James Ennis getting his offseason conditioning in:
Reggie Williams working...
Thanks to awe-inspiring support from across America, the Ice Bucket Challenge has been a major success in raising awareness for Lou Gehrig's Disease, with $110 million and counting in donations going to the ALS Association as the water flowed.
Local Miami filmmaker Gil Green believes there is more work to be done, and he wants to share his story about his good friend Jeff Fogel,...
We’ve now seen Erik Spoelstra, Micky Arison, Udonis Haslem, and Norris Cole all take part in the trending ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. But now Dwyane Wade has decided to finally take part in the cause as nominated by Kevin Hart, Norris Cole, and Caron Butler.
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Udonis Haslem may have had the best reaction yet to the ever-so popular ALS ice bucket challenge that is going around. The rules state that if you get nominated, you must pour a bucket of ice water over your head within 24 hours or you have to donate to the ALSA.org. Haslem was nominated by former Miami Heat teammate, Dorrell Wright.
The post Miami Heat Videos: Udonis Haslem...
In 2002 Udonis Haslem graduated from the University of Florida as the all-time winningest basketball player in Gators history.
A team captain and four-year starter, Haslem never missed a game, tying a Florida record at 130 consecutive games. Thus garnering his well-earned reputation for being both tough and hard working.
Before arriving at UF, Haslem won state titles at Miami Senior...
Miami Heat: Strongest and Weakest Moves of the Off-Season
Nekias Duncan, Lead Writer for Hoopstuff…
Re-Signed: Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade, Mario Chalmers, Chris Andersen, Udonis Haslem
Drafted: Shabazz Napier
Signed: Luol Deng, Josh McRoberts, Danny Granger, James Ennis, Shawne Williams,
Strongest: Retaining the Big Two
When you lose the best player on your team,...
In the aftermath of LeBron James leaving the Miami Heat for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Pat Riley has brought back the majority of last season’s nucleus. The Heat have re-signed franchise players Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade, while retaining key cogs such as Chris Andersen, Udonis Haslem and Mario Chalmers. While Heat fans celebrated the re-signings of four of those aforementioned players...
A mainstay in the Heat organization for the past 11 years, free agent power forward Udonis Haslem is once again returning to Miami, signing the midlevel exception of two years and $5.5 million.
Udonis Haslem is headed back to Miami for a 12th season.
This caps off an unparalleled $215 million spending spree by the organization in the wake of LeBron James’ departure, as they reached...
Miami Heat: Udonis Haslem Signing Grade
Nekias Duncan, Lead Writer @ Hoopstuff…
Terms: 2 seasons, $5.6M
This signing was more about culture than it was about basketball, and sometimes that’s what it should be about. As a brief aside and a point of reference, let’s look at the Boston Celtics and the Oklahoma City Thunder as they pertain to center Kendrick Perkins.
From a pure...
Here are the Miami Heat’s top 10 Free Agent targets still available. The Heat lost LeBron James in free agency, and made some moves to replace a few of the players, but they still have to fill their roster with players on veteran minimum contracts. Here are the Miami Heat’s top ten targets out of the players still available:1. Justin Hamilton Justin Hamilton is the easiest...
It’s official. Udonis Haslem will finish out the remainder of his career with the same team that he started it with – the Miami Heat.
The sides reached an agreement on a 2-year, $5.6-million dollar deal.
Heat make Udonis Haslem signing official as they complete $215 million retooling of roster: http://t.co/j90SZGz0In
— Brian Windhorst (@WindhorstESPN) July 18, 2014
The Miami Heat have agreed upon a two-year, $5.5 million deal with Udonis Haslem.
Haslem had opted out of a contract that was scheduled to pay him $4.6 million this season.
The Heat were able to restructure their roster by giving Haslem a new deal.