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”

Dwyane Wade’s Miami Homecoming Makes Everything Right Again

Coming up later tonight, Dwyane Wade will play in his first game for the Miami Heat since May 2016, and the crowd at American Airlines Arena will respond accordingly when he checks in at some point in the first quarter. When this moment happens and is over and done with, it will mean everything hasContinue reading “Dwyane Wade’s Miami Homecoming Makes Everything Right Again”

Pat Riley Confirms Chris Bosh’s Heat Career is Over

Miami Heat president Pat Riley confirmed today that 11-time NBA all-star Chris Bosh will not play for the Miami Heat again. The Heat are no longer working towards Bosh returning to the court after failing his physical for training camp on Friday after it was discovered that Bosh had another episode of blood clots. “WeContinue reading “Pat Riley Confirms Chris Bosh’s Heat Career is Over”

Report: Heat Expect Chris Bosh to Return for 2016-2017 NBA Season

Today, we have¬†more fuel about the situation regarding Miami Heat all-star forward Chris Bosh. On Monday, ESPN’s Brian Windhorst reported the following regarding Bosh’s future in the NBA: ¬†“There is a fear within the Heat organization that Bosh’s condition will prevent him from ever being cleared to play by team doctors.” At his end ofContinue reading “Report: Heat Expect Chris Bosh to Return for 2016-2017 NBA Season”

Report: Heat Officials Urging Chris Bosh to Miss Remainder of Season

Chris Bosh is hopeful again to play this year for the Miami Heat, but according to Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical, Heat officials are urging Bosh to sit out the remainder of the 2015-2016 campaign. From Wojnarowski: Miami Heat All-Star forward Chris Bosh is under increasing pressure from physicians and the organization to sit outContinue reading “Report: Heat Officials Urging Chris Bosh to Miss Remainder of Season”

Heat’s Dwyane Wade on Free Agency: ‘This is where I want to end my career’

Dwyane Wade has been a Miami Heat player since the team drafted him #5 overall in 2003, but last off-season, the rumors were swirling around the star shooting guard about him joining the Lakers or the Cavaliers, but it never happened, as Wade signed a 1-year $20 million deal with Miami. Last off-season was theContinue reading “Heat’s Dwyane Wade on Free Agency: ‘This is where I want to end my career’”

Heat Will Trade Shabazz Napier to Magic for Second Rounder

The Miami Heat traded up two spots in the 2014 NBA Draft to land Shabazz Napier, who was coming off an amazing NCAA tournament run at UConn where he lead Uconn to the National Title. That rose Napier’s draft stock way up, and many believe LeBron James, who was playing for the Miami Heat atContinue reading “Heat Will Trade Shabazz Napier to Magic for Second Rounder”

Hassan Whiteside’s Next Contract Projected to be Worth $18.8 Million Per Year

Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside had a break out year last year, averaging 11.8 points and 10 rebounds per game for the Heat on a cheap two-year contract that Pat Riley and the Heat were smart to give to Whiteside. With Whiteside to begin the 2015-2016 season building on his career year in 2014-2015, heContinue reading “Hassan Whiteside’s Next Contract Projected to be Worth $18.8 Million Per Year”

Heat ink Gerald Green to one-year $1.4 Million Dollar Contract

The Heat’s bench during the 2014-2015 was the 3rd worst bench in the NBA only scoring and average of 14.2 bench points per game night in and night out. Pat Riley is on a mission to re-tool the bench, as he has signed high flyer Gerald Green to a one-year deal worth $1.4 million. FreeContinue reading “Heat ink Gerald Green to one-year $1.4 Million Dollar Contract”

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