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  • Dwyane Wade returning for final NBA season

    Dwyane Wade returning for final NBA season

    Dwyane Wade, who was seriously contemplating retirement, has announced that he will return for “one last dance” with the Miami Heat in 2018-19. Wade made the announcement in a video, where he stated that he would come back for his 16th season in the league. He came to prominence with a title early...
  • Miami Heat looking to retain veterans

    Miami Heat looking to retain veterans

    Even as the NBA surges to a more analytics-based building model, there will always be a place for the veterans in the room. The Miami Heat are looking to make several moves on this front, as Pat Riley is said to be hopeful that he can re-sign both Dwyane Wade and Udonis Haslem for the 2018-19 season...
  • Dwyane Wade undecided on NBA future

    Dwyane Wade undecided on NBA future

    A surefire lock for the Hall of Fame, Dwyane Wade has not committed to playing another year in the NBA. Wade, who has played 15 seasons in the league, is currently a free agent. The shooting guard enjoyed a strong close to the 2017-18 season, as he performed well for the Miami Heat in their playoff...
  • Dwyane Wade weighing options for next NBA season

    Dwyane Wade weighing options for next NBA season

    Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade has a number of options heading into the 2018-19 NBA season, and it looks like everything is still on the table. Wade recently revealed that if he decides to continue his playing career, he would like to remain with the Heat. However, he has not committed to playing...
  • Dwyane Wade will wait to decide on NBA future

    Dwyane Wade will wait to decide on NBA future

    Following the Miami Heat’s exit from the Eastern Conference playoffs, franchise legend Dwyane Wade must now decide on his NBA future. After the Philadelphia 76ers eliminated Miami, Wade acknowledged that he has thought about retirement but reiterated that he would not make any decisions until later...
  • Goran Dragic replaces Kevin Love in NBA All-Star Game

    Goran Dragic replaces Kevin Love in NBA All-Star Game

    The recent rash of injuries has forced several All-Stars out of the game, with Kevin Love (broken hand) being the most recent. In his stead, Miami Heat point guard Goran Dragic will attend his first All-Star Game. Dragic beat out other worthy candidates like Philadelphia’s Ben Simmons and Charlotte...
  • Kelly Olynyk making good on Pat Riley’s gamble

    Kelly Olynyk making good on Pat Riley’s gamble

    Kelly Olynyk has taken a while to adjust to Miami Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra’s system, but everything clicked Wednesday night in a win over his former team, the Boston Celtics. Olynyk erupted for a career-high 32 points–with every one counting–as the Heat escaped Boston with a one-point win...
  • NBA, Brooklyn Nets set to host Mexico City Games

    NBA, Brooklyn Nets set to host Mexico City Games

    In its continued effort to expand the global reach of the NBA, a pair of NBA games will be played in Mexico this week. The Brooklyn Nets will host two games, one against the Oklahoma City Thunder and the other against the Miami Heat, on Dec. 7 and Dec. 9, respectively. The two games mark the 25th...
  • Miami Heat have options on Hassan Whiteside’s absence

    Miami Heat have options on Hassan Whiteside’s absence

    The Miami Heat have announced that center Hassan Whiteside will miss one-to-two weeks with a bone bruise to his left knee. Even though he will miss time, Whiteside will begin rehabbing the injury immediately. "It's really bothering me," Whiteside said before receiving the diagnosis of a bone bruise...
  • Hassan Whiteside nearing return for Miami Heat

    Hassan Whiteside nearing return for Miami Heat

    Experts might nitpick Hassan Whiteside’s game, but there is no denying how valuable he is to the Miami Heat. In his absence, the Heat has stumbled out to a 2-4 record, which is nowhere near the way the team closed the 2016-17 season. Miami closed last year on a 30-11 run, and the team subsequently...
  • LA Clippers giveaways: Kids get a free Chuck cape on Nov. 5

    LA Clippers giveaways: Kids get a free Chuck cape on Nov. 5

    On Nov. 5, the first 4,000 children in attendance–13 and under–will receive a Heart of LA Kid’s Chuck Cape. The promotion will take place before the LA Clippers face off against the Miami Heat. The cape can frequently be seen on Clippers mascot Chuck the Condor. The giveaway is part of a season-long...
  • Miami Heat's Goran Dragic receives European honors

    Miami Heat's Goran Dragic receives European honors

    Miami Heat point guard Goran Dragic has added to what has already been a productive offseason for the team. Competing internationally, Dragic received MVP honors for leading Slovenia to its first European basketball championship. Dragic poured in 35 points in the final to lead Slovenia past Serbia...
  • Mike D'Antoni was awarded for the second time this offseason for his work with the Houston Rockets.

    Mike D’Antoni, Erik Spoelstra recognized by fellow NBA coaches

    The NBA coaches have reinstated a time-honored tradition of voting for their peers. At their annual meeting on Sept. 15, the National Basketball Coaches Association (NBCA) awarded the 2016-17 Coach of the Year Award to Houston’s Mike D’Antoni and Miami’s Erik Spoelstra. The inaugural Michael H...
  • American Airlines Arena, home of the Miami Heat, suffered minor damages during Hurricane Irma.

    Miami Heat, owners make significant donation to hurricane relief

    Miami Heat owner Micky Arison and his wife, Madeleine, are making a large donation to help with Hurricane Irma relief. Along with the Miami Heat Charitable Fund and Carnival Corporation, the Arisons are taking part in a combined $10 million donation. Arison, who also serves as the Carnival chairman...
  • Miami Heat sign Josh Richardson to lucrative extension

    Miami Heat sign Josh Richardson to lucrative extension

    The Miami Heat have locked up one of their young players. Josh Richardson inked a four-year, $42 million extension to remain with the team. Richardson, set to turn 24, was the 40th pick in the 2015 NBA Draft, but he has carved out a niche for himself with hard-nosed defense and the ability to shoot...
  • The Brooklyn Nets will play two games in Mexico City during the 2017-18 season.

    Brooklyn Nets slated to play games in Mexico City

    As the NBA continues to promote basketball on a global scale, the Brooklyn Nets will reportedly partake in an international series. The Nets are scheduled to play the Oklahoma City Thunder on Dec. 7 and Miami Heat on Dec. 9 in Mexico City. Both games will take place at Mexico City’s Ciudad Mexico...
  • Gordon Hayward feeling the Heat?

    Gordon Hayward feeling the Heat?

    Gordon Hayward will have plenty of suitors on the free agent market. Conventional wisdom had the Boston Celtics making a legitimate run for the All-Star swingman, but a new contender may have emerged: the Miami Heat. According to ESPN’s Marc Stein, the Utah Jazz are concerned that the Heat might...
  • Carmelo Anthony makes sense in Miami

    Carmelo Anthony makes sense in Miami

    The New York Knicks and Carmelo Anthony are headed for a divorce. Anthony, who has been steadfast in his refusal to play for another franchise, appears ready to move on after months of cryptic tweets and comments about the star forward’s abilities. Anthony has spent seven seasons with the Knicks...
  • Miami Heat’s late-season turnaround falls short

    Miami Heat’s late-season turnaround falls short

    In a sport where more than half the teams qualify for the postseason, one of the league’s hottest teams will be noticeably absent. It wasn’t for a lack of effort, though. The Miami Heat, who finished the 2016-17 season on a 30-11 tear, fell just shy of making the playoffs. Erik Spoelstra’s team...
  • Playoffs still a mystery in Eastern Conference

    Playoffs still a mystery in Eastern Conference

    As every game passes, the Eastern Conference playoff picture remains undecided, as any number of teams could theoretically jockey between 5 and 10. While the Milwaukee Bucks and Miami Heat seem like the favorites to grab those last two spots, but the numbers indicate that the Detroit Pistons and...
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