Portland Trail Blazers
After losing again over the weekend, the questions surrounding the Miami Heat ahead of the playoffs are growing as the team tries to stop a streak of seven losses in the last 11 games.
Chris Bosh made his case: He wanted to go for the win. So with 0.5 seconds left Saturday night, he sank the 3-pointer that gave Miami a 108-107 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers.
An ailing LeBron James sat out Miami’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers on Saturday night, the first game the Heat star has missed this season.
It’s not the type of streak that LeBron James ever thought about, this run of putting together at least 30 points and 60 percent shooting in six straight games. Still, it’s something he’ll savor. He’s rolling right now, and so are the Miami Heat.
The Miami Heat need a veteran center to man the middle of the floor and help rebound the ball. Enter former number one overall pick Greg Oden.
Looking ahead to the prospect of facing the Trail Blazers without Chris Bosh, Heat coach Eric Spoelstra told LeBron James he was going to need a “Magic Johnson-type” night from him. James delivered.
Over three dozen firefighters battled a blaze that damaged four luxury yachts at a marina in Coconut Grove Saturday.
The Miami Heat looked like an also-ran again Tuesday night when they were beaten at home by the Portland Trail Blazers, 105-96.
The Miami Heat have a few days off to lick their wounds from the Knicks defeat Sunday before heading into the toughest stretch this season.