Amid reports that Miami Heat small forward Luol Deng would opt out of his contract and become a free agent, it appears that the 30-year-old has other plans.
The NBA’s global expansion is reaching new heights.
The idea of Dwyane Wade playing anywhere other than in Miami has always seemed beyond far-fetched.
With Luol Deng holding a player-option to return to the Miami Heat next season at $10.2 million, the Sun Sentinel’s Ira Winderman wonders whether the Heat wing’s best option is to opt out this summer. “I do wonder […]
The 2014-15 season did not go the way that the Miami Heat had planned.
For the Miami Heat, there is still playoff hope.
The Chicago Bulls went on a 39-8 run to start the second half – easily wiping out a 19-point halftime deficit – as they beat the Miami 89-78 on Thursday night, dealing a huge blow to the Heat’s playoff hopes.
As the inconsistent Chicago Bulls seek cohesiveness for the playoffs following Derrick Rose’s return, the Miami Heat remain engaged in a fight for a postseason berth.
The Miami Heat’s season has entered crunch time, with a playoff spot now on the horizon instead of within their grasp.
Dwyane Wade suited up for Miami on Saturday night after suffering a scary knee injury earlier in the week. But his gritty effort wasn’t enough to push Miami past the Piston, as Detroit took home the 99-98 win.