Report: Heat Willing to Deal, Chalmers, Andersen, and Napier

The Miami Heat have their starting five set in Goran Dragic, Dwyane Wade, Luol Deng, Chris Bosh, and Hassan Whiteside. Now, they face the challenge of re-tooling their bench, and it looks as though Mario Chalmers, Chris Andersen, and maybe even Shabazz Napier aren’t apart of the Heat’s bench re-tooling. Per Zach Lowe of Grantland:Continue reading “Report: Heat Willing to Deal, Chalmers, Andersen, and Napier”

Which Potential Free Agents Should the Heat Make a Run at?

The Miami Heat finished the regular season with a 37-45 record, missing the playoffs for the first time since 2007-2008. The Heat’s season went down the drain due to injuries and not having the depth on their bench that other top teams had. With small forward being the only question mark on the Heat’s projectedContinue reading “Which Potential Free Agents Should the Heat Make a Run at?”

Heat’s Major Problems Run Deeper Than Just LeBron’s Absence

LeBron James left the Cleveland Cavaliers to win championships with the Miami Heat in 2010. James joined the Heat along with Chris Bosh that off-season to join Dwyane Wade in Miami to form what was known as the ‘Big 3’. While the Miami Heat had already won a championship in 2006 defeating the Dallas MavericksContinue reading “Heat’s Major Problems Run Deeper Than Just LeBron’s Absence”

Luol Deng and Michael Beasley’s Seasons in Jeopardy

Just when you thought the Miami Heat couldn’t get even more bad news, look what shows up. Heat small forwards Luol Deng and Michael Beasley have dealt with knee problems all season, and now it could more then likely end their 2014-20145 season for good, according to Ira Winderman of the Sun Sentinel. Deng andContinue reading “Luol Deng and Michael Beasley’s Seasons in Jeopardy”

Depleted Heat Beat Pistons 109-102 Behind Wade’s 40

The Heat finished the game with seven players, but they were still able to grind out a 104-99 win over the Detroit Pistons. Forwards Luol Deng and Micheal Beasley both left the game early for the Heat, as Deng had a knee injury while Beasley had a elbow injury. The Heat were also without ShabazzContinue reading “Depleted Heat Beat Pistons 109-102 Behind Wade’s 40”

Heat set Off-Season Deadlines for Multiple Players

The Miami Heat have signed a lot of young players and veterans this season that are basically ‘saving’ them right now, as it’s unlikely the Heat would even be in the playoffs with most of these guys not on the team. With the Heat’ 2015 1st round pick likely being taken by the Philadelphia 76ers,Continue reading “Heat set Off-Season Deadlines for Multiple Players”

Johnson, Wade Lead Heat Past Kings in Overtime 114-109

The short handed Miami Heat are able to steal a game from the Sacramento Kings, as they win 114-109. It took overtime for the Heat to pull out this win, but with out Luol Deng, Chris Bosh, and Hassan Whiteside, I am sure they will take it. Tyler Johnson, the rookie out of Fresno State,Continue reading “Johnson, Wade Lead Heat Past Kings in Overtime 114-109”

Dragic, Deng Lead Heat Past Sixers 119-108

The Miami Heat started their week off on the right foot, as they defeat the Philadelphia 76ers by a score of 119-108. Several Heat players played key roles tonight like Hassan Whiteside, Dwyane Wade, Henry Walker, Mario Chalmers, and Chris Andersen, but new Heat player Goran Dragic and Luol Deng stole the show. Luol DengContinue reading “Dragic, Deng Lead Heat Past Sixers 119-108”

Chris Bosh Officially Out For Remainder of Season With Blood Clots

After it was reported that Chris Bosh was likely to miss the rest of the season yesterday, the Miami Heat confirmed that all-star forward Chris Bosh will indeed miss the rest of the 2014-2015 NBA season due to blood clots in his lungs. Bosh was experiencing chest pains on vacation in Haiti with Dwyane WadeContinue reading “Chris Bosh Officially Out For Remainder of Season With Blood Clots”

It Wasn’t Supposed to be This Bad for the Heat

The Miami Heat currently sit at 21-29 on the season, the 9th seed in the Eastern Conference, and things just keep sliding and slipping away for them. Everyone knows you can’t replace LeBron James, he is the best player in the world, but what you can do is fill the void. The Heat added LuolContinue reading “It Wasn’t Supposed to be This Bad for the Heat”

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