A Summary of Year One of the Phil Jackson Experience

On March 18, 2014, The New York Knicks formally announced that Phil Jackson had signed on to become their President of Basketball Operations, with full power and control over what the team does; from coaching decisions, to free agency signings, and everything in-between. He was hailed as a “savior.” Just days before, close to 100Continue reading “A Summary of Year One of the Phil Jackson Experience”

It’s Time for Hassan Whiteside to Start

Hassan Whiteside was a 2nd round pick by the Kings in 2010. While with the Kings, Whiteside suffered a torn tendon in his left knee. Whiteside has been waived by plenty of teams and not even given training camp invites by teams. The Miami Heat, however, decided to take a chance on the young center.Continue reading “It’s Time for Hassan Whiteside to Start”

Where is Shabazz Napier?

UPDATE- December 30th, 2014 –  The Heat have finally given us some news on Napier. They have just sent him back to the NBA Development League https://twitter.com/MiamiHEAT/status/550059880644493312 Shabazz Napier hasn’t played since December 17th versus the Utah Jazz and its so confusing to me why he hasn’t played. He isn’t hurt, there is nothing that’sContinue reading “Where is Shabazz Napier?”

LeBron James Should be Cheered in his Return to Miami

LeBron James’ decision to leave the Miami Heat might have left some Heat fans upset and not knowing how to feel. With burning his jersey, switching fan bases, and saying hater like stuff about LeBron was the way most people went. Not me. I am a Miami Heat fan. I hope we win on ChristmasContinue reading “LeBron James Should be Cheered in his Return to Miami”

James Ennis Showing he can be Part of the Heat’s Future

James Ennis was the 50th pick in the 2013 NBA draft by the Atlanta Hawks who then traded Ennis to the Miami Heat. Ennis appeared on the Miami Heat summer league roster in 2013. The Heat tried to get Ennis to sign with their D-league affiliate the Sioux Falls Skyforce, but couldn’t strike a deal.Continue reading “James Ennis Showing he can be Part of the Heat’s Future”

5 Reasons Why the Miami Heat Will be Fine

The Miami Heat currently sit at 12-15 on the season in 3rd place in the Southeast Division and are currently the 7th seed in the east. Things for the Heat haven’t exactly been all perfect as the fans wish they were, but they’ll turn it around. All they need is to catch a few breaksContinue reading “5 Reasons Why the Miami Heat Will be Fine”

Dwyane Wade Proving He’s Far From Done

Over the past few years Dwyane Wade has received a ton of criticism about sitting out games and “not being the same player” and “washed up and done”. Well, this season Dwyane Wade has buried those who have doubted him and it shows in his numbers. Dwyane Wade is still the number 2 option forContinue reading “Dwyane Wade Proving He’s Far From Done”

Bucks Humiliate Heat 109-85

Coming into this game, I knew it would be tough to pull this one without two of our starters in Norris Cole and Luol Deng, but to get killed like that is a total joke. After Giannis Antetokounmpo’s dunk over Chris Bosh the Heat just seemed dead after that after being in the game forContinue reading “Bucks Humiliate Heat 109-85”

Heat’s Biggest Mistake From the Off-Season: Not Signing Pau Gasol

As a Miami Heat fan, Its depressing to me that we lost out on so many key free agents this NBA off-season. Sure, waiting for LeBron’s decision slowed Miami down in trying to acquire other top talent, but they still did not fix the biggest problem with the team. What is the problem you ask?Continue reading “Heat’s Biggest Mistake From the Off-Season: Not Signing Pau Gasol”

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