The Trail Blazers heated in the third quarter to blow past the Heat – beating Miami 99-83 at home.
Erik Spoelstra is hoping that Friday night isn’t the last time he coaches against Rick Adelman.
LeBron James scored 32 points, including a layup with 11.4 seconds left, and Chris Bosh capped his 30th birthday by blocking Damian Lillard’s layup in the final moments as the Miami Heat escaped with a 93-91 win over the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday night.
When the Miami Heat play the Portland Trail Blazers Monday night, one player on the Heat roster will see a former team that drafted him with the number one overall pick in the NBA Draft.
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.
Greg Oden hasn’t played in the NBA since December 2009, but his services are in high demand as he rehabs from his third microfracture surgery last year and the Miami Heat are one of the team’s looking to sign the former number one overall pick.
The Miami Heat looked like an also-ran again Tuesday night when they were beaten at home by the Portland Trail Blazers, 105-96.