It looks like University of Miami Hurricanes head basketball coach Jim Larranaga will be looking for a new point guard in the not too distant future.
The Miami Hurricanes remained undefeated in Atlantic Coast Conference play Sunday evening with an ugly 45-43 victory over the Clemson Tigers. The Tigers had a game plan that almost worked to stop the mighty Canes this season.
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.
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.
As the Miami Heat stand on the verge of elimination from the Eastern Conference Finals, many are starting to ask is this the swan song for the Big Three if a championship can’t be won this year?
The New York Knicks will have to rely on Mike Bibby and Toney Douglas at the point guard position against the Miami Heat in Game 5 of the NBA playoffs Wednesday night.
The Miami Heat missed out on a chance to eliminate the New York Knicks Sudnay afternoon and as the series returns to the AmericanAirlines Arena, the Knicks are in desperation mode at the point guard position.
It’s been four years since the Kansas Jayhawks took the floor to play for the national championship. During that game, a point guard hit a buzzer-beating 3-point shot to force overtime.
Miami Heat fans who continue to lament the team’s struggles at point guard may have just been given something to hope for almost as much as landing LeBron James in the first place.
The Miami Heat’s biggest weakness since the Big Three was assembled is at the point guard position. The team went through several veterans last season without any success. But that may be about to change.