Despite having an ice pack hugging his right shoulder, LeBron James insists he’ll be on the court for the Miami Heat’s next game.
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.
There’s bad, and then there’s the basketball the Washington Wizards have played this season. The Wiz came into Tuesday night’s game with the Heat with the worst record in the NBA while Miami had the best record.
Playing without their Big Three, the Miami Heat suffered their worst defeat of 2011-2012 with a 104-70 loss to the Washington Wizards in the regular-season finale Thursday night.
The Miami Heat play its final regular season game Thursday night against the Washington Wizards and none of the Big Three are expected to see any court time.
With the playoffs a week away, Dwyane Wade left the Miami Heat arena Saturday night with his swollen finger in a splint — and considered himself lucky. Wade played less than 3 minutes before dislocating his left index finger but avoided serious injury as the Heat lost 86-84 to the woeful Washington Wizards.
Miami Heat fans have to feel bad for superstar LeBron James, because he gets the worst of every NBA crowd each night. That included an alleged incident with a Washington Wizards fan over the weekend.
Dwyane Wade scored 26 points, putting in more than his share of poetry-in-motion moments during a second-quarter run, and the Miami Heat topped the Washington Wizards 106-89 Friday night.
Miami Heat point Guard Mario Chalmers will be back on the court Friday.
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat had a surprisingly tough time against the lowly Wizards — even after No. 1 draft pick John Wall was ejected for a second-quarter scuffle.