Today, the Miami Heat are headed to the postseason with about 78 percent confidence, according to the latest NBA playoff odds on ESPN. At 33-38, the four-time defending Eastern Conference champs are sitting in the East’s seventh seed with some leg room. […]
As the Miami Heat prepare for their second game in as many nights, they may have to play without one of their key contributors.
The Miami Heat took a heartbreaking loss on Tuesday in Milwaukee but will have to bounce back quickly in Boston as the Celtics may be getting one of their best players back in the lineup.
The Miami Heat is playing some of its best basketball of the season, and the timing couldn’t be better.
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.
Brandon Knight had 17 points and six assists and the Milwaukee Bucks put seven players in double figures on the way to beating the Miami Heat 109-102 on Tuesday night.
The Miami Heat will see a familiar foe at the helm of their Tuesday night opponent.
The Miami Heat are still trying to find some consistency in the early stages of the NBA season.
Kendall Marshall came off the bench and scored a season-high 20 points, including three big 3-pointers in the fourth quarter, as the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Miami Heat 109-85 on Friday night.
The Milwaukee Bucks are having trouble maintaining their strong start as they try to win consecutive meetings with the Miami Heat for the first time since the 2011-12 season.