Revamping Heat Roster Will be Great Challenge for Pat Riley

The Miami Heat saw their 2017-2018 season end at the hands of the Philadelphia 76ers on April 24th following a 104-91 Game 5 loss in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals, and it’s hard not to call that result expected. Miami knew this current roster wasn’t good enough to compete for a championship, but team executives wereContinue reading “Revamping Heat Roster Will be Great Challenge for Pat Riley”

Erik Spoelstra Misses First Game of Head Coaching Career vs. Pacers

For the first time in his head coaching career, Erik Spoelstra won’t be coaching a game for the Miami Heat. The 47-year-old Spoelstra is missing Miami’s Sunday afternoon contest with Indiana Pacers due to the impending birth of his first child, which will be a boy. Miami said Spoelstra was not present at Heat practiceContinue reading “Erik Spoelstra Misses First Game of Head Coaching Career vs. Pacers”

Dion Waiters (Ankle) Still Without Timetable For Return

Miami Heat guard Dion Waiters is still without a timetable for return after undergoing an MRI on his sprained left ankle this morning, per Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra. Spoelstra has already ruled Waiters out for the Heat’s upcoming back-to-back that includes stops in Detroit and New York, with Waiters not traveling with the teamContinue reading “Dion Waiters (Ankle) Still Without Timetable For Return”

Justise Winslow (Shoulder) Likely Out for Remainder of Season

Miami Heat forward Justise Winslow will undergo surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder on Thursday in Miami and likely miss the rest of the 2016-2017 season, the Heat announced on Wednesday. https://twitter.com/MiamiHEAT/status/816827216256323589 Winslow suffered the injury in the Heat’s 117-114 loss to the Boston Celtics last Friday after he and AlContinue reading “Justise Winslow (Shoulder) Likely Out for Remainder of Season”

Heat Hopeful Justise Winslow Will Avoid Wrist Surgery

Miami Heat team officials believe that small forward Justise Winslow has made great progress in his recovery from a sprained left wrist suffered in November, but off-season wrist surgery is still an option. The Heat ruled out Winslow indefinitely┬álast month after Winslow aggravated the injury by continuing to play through it. He missed his 16thContinue reading “Heat Hopeful Justise Winslow Will Avoid Wrist Surgery”

Five Heat Players Who Need to Step Up in Chris Bosh’s Absence

Miami Heat power forward Chris Bosh is out indefinitely with a blood clot in his calf, leaving the Heat to start their post all-star break without the 11 time NBA All-Star. Last season when Bosh went down with blood clots in his lungs the Heat were already dealing with an abundance of injuries, leading toContinue reading “Five Heat Players Who Need to Step Up in Chris Bosh’s Absence”

Gregg Popovich says Heat HC Erik Spoelstra is a’ hell of a coach’

San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich’s praise doesn’t come easy, but when you earn his respect, he will call you out for it in a good way. Another example of that was brought up today. Popovich’s Spurs are in Miami to take on the Heat. The Heat and Spurs of course met in theContinue reading “Gregg Popovich says Heat HC Erik Spoelstra is a’ hell of a coach’”

Luol Deng Starting to Find Role Within Heat Offense

Towards the end of January, the Miami Heat were in a mess with injuries, then when they were able to get players back, they started winning again. One of the reasons they are stringing together some wins is because of forward Luol Deng. Prior to suffering an eye injury that sidelined for one game, DengContinue reading “Luol Deng Starting to Find Role Within Heat Offense”

Heat PG Goran Dragic Doesn’t Care About the Numbers

Goran Dragic signed a five-year $85 million deal with the Miami Heat over the summer, and it’s fair to say his numbers don’t match the price tag. Dragic is averaging 12.1 points, 3.2 rebounds, 5.1 assists, and 1.1 steals per game for the Heat this season after he started off horrid in November, averaging 10.8Continue reading “Heat PG Goran Dragic Doesn’t Care About the Numbers”

Dwyane Wade Helps Heat Extend Win Streak, Toppling Bucks 107-103

Dwyane Wade did it all again for the Heat tonight. After being held to just two points on 1-6 shooting from the field in the Heat’s 91-79 home loss to the Bucks back on January 19th, Wade finished with 24 points, 7 assists, 4 rebounds, 3 steals, and 3 blocks. 10 of Wade’s 24 cameContinue reading “Dwyane Wade Helps Heat Extend Win Streak, Toppling Bucks 107-103”

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