For the past 60 days, Geoff Cole has been in the Dade County Jail, held in contempt of court because Family Court Judge George Sarduy believes he either knows where his runaway 14-year-old daughter is staying or he can compel the child to come forward.
Miami Heat point guard Norris Cole has only known one NBA team since he joined the league and the Heat are not about to let him get away.
The Miami Heat have run out of mulligans and face the reality of a second high-profile collapse in the NBA Finals if the team can’t right the ship in Game 6 against the San Antonio Spurs.
The Miami Heat were humiliated Tuesday when they lost to the Washington Wizards, 105-101. The team also lost a key piece of the attack in point guard Mario Chalmers.
The Miami Heat were on the court at the crack of dawn Miami time, but in prime time in Beijing where they took on the Los Angeles Clippers in an exhibition game.
As the Miami Heat struggled in the first quarter of Game 4, head coach Erik Spoelstra looked to his bench and decided to give rookie Norris Cole some minutes. By the time the game was over, Cole and a rejuvenated Mario Chalmers had helped Miami seal a big win in Game 4 of the NBA Finals.
The Miami Heat head back home Friday after a gritty performance in Game 2 saw the team even the series at one game apiece. It was another solid game from NBA MVP LeBron James and another great game from the unlikeliest of heroes, Shane Battier.
The Miami Heat already had three players in the NBA All-Star game and two players in the Three-Point Contest. Thursday, the Heat added another player to the All-Star Weekend festivities.
The Miami Heat’s brutal three road games in three nights came to an end Monday night with a familiar feel; the Heat blowing out another team, this time the Indiana Pacers.
LeBron James became the lightning rod of the league last summer when he joined the Miami Heat. Monday, a humbled James talked with the media about how the team is responding to the NBA Finals loss and what he sees for the coming season.