Even though their number of available bodies continues to dwindle, the Heat aren’t letting injuries become an excuse for failure as they fight for an Eastern Conference playoff berth.
The Heat snapped a two-game skid thanks to Hassan Whiteside’s dominant second-half stretch that helped Miami beat the Boston Celtics 83-75 on Sunday.
Hassan Whiteside has paid his dues with several stints in the D-League and others in China and Lebanon. Now his persistence is finally paying off with extended playing time in Miami.
The NFL and NHL held their respective All-Star games last weekend, but that doesn’t mean basketball took a back seat.
Finding out shortly before the game that Dwyane Wade would be sitting out with a bruised right knee could have sent the reeling Heat into an even bigger tailspin.
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.