The NBA is going to evaluate if a shorter game could be a better one.
The Miami Heat announced on Friday afternoon they signed 29-year-old forward Chris Johnson.
Former Serbian center Darko Milicic, known as one of the biggest flops in the history of the NBA draft, is switching from basketball to kickboxing.
As the Miami Heat continues to re-shape its roster following the departure of LeBron James, there is one player that Miami would love to see stick around and help keep the team among the better ones in the Eastern Conference.
With both the NBA and NHL now in their respective offseasons the attention shifts to looking at all the players who could be changing addresses in the coming months. With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the best sports cities in the United States, both from a location standpoint as well as its fans.
The Miami Heat are playing in their fourth consecutive NBA Finals and are looking pull off the extremely rare three-peat. Doing so would likely cement them as the team of the 2010’s despite there still being half the decade to go. Being the dominant team of an entire decade brings one word to mind…dynasty. With the Heat working towards adding themselves to the exclusive list of teams with the dynasty label, let’s turn back the clock and see which teams could be considered the best of their decades.
LeBron James has perhaps a surprising take on the Miami Heat: To him, they’re not the most talented bunch. Yes, he was serious.
With the NBA Playoffs starting, we look back on the top moments in NBA Playoff history.
Rajon Rondo hit two running baseline shots in the last two minutes and the Boston Celtics capitalized on the absence of LeBron James to beat the Miami Heat 101-96 Wednesday night.
Each time Miami Heat center Greg Oden steps on the court, it’s a success for him and the franchise. There are also moments like Tuesday night’s game against the Boston Celtics that tease just how good he could be if his knees cooperate.