The Bulls are out, and I like other Heat fans squirm as LeBron James advances to yet another Eastern Conference Finals. Whatever the case, this post does not concern the Cleveland Cavaliers, but rather news concerning your Miami Heat. Here's what's been going on:
- Chris Bosh admitted to NBA TV that he expects to be back one hundred percent next season after being diagnosed with blood clots in his lungs in February. [Sports Illustrated]
"I will be ready on opening night." "I'm looking forward to being the best version of myself in 2015-2016 at the start."
- Ira Winderman explains why the Heat are having trouble watching this year's playoffs, as well as explaining Hassan Whiteside's offseason plans post hand injury. [Sun Sentinel]
- Our very own Surya Fernandez provides an in depth retrospective on Hassan Whiteside's season play. [Fox Sports]
What's happening around the league?
- Chris Ballard explores the controversy behind 1985 NBA Lottery involving the Knicks, Patrick Ewing and one frozen envelope. [Sports Illustrated]
- Mike Conley isn't doing so well [PBT]
Conley’s jaw was in such a state that he could only attempt to eat tiny servings of apple sauce. It would have to do. He ate what he could and followed the rules to the letter. His body had other plans; whether due to how little he could choke down, the strength of his painkiller’s dosage, or a combination thereof, Conley spent his night revisiting every bit of food or drink he dared to put in his system
- Mechelle Voepel explain why the Isiah Thomas hiring is most likely a terrible mistake. [ESPN]