Game times and nationally televised stations announced for the first four Heat-Bucks playoff games have officially been announced: Game 1: Saturday, May 22 at 2:00 p.m. ET (ESPN) Game 2: Monday, May 24 at 7:30 p.m. ET (TNT) Game 3: Thursday, May 27 at 7:30 p.m. ET (TNT) Game 4: Saturday, May 29 at 1:30 p.m. ET (TNT)
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Six times a Kobe vs LeBron Finals almost happened; twice while LeBron was a member of the Heat.
"Allen Iverson Inspired That DOG In Me" Dion Waiters Is LOCKED IN! Day In The Life In Miami! Ballislife Published on Aug 5, 2019 We got to spend a day with Philly native and current Miami Heat fan favorite, Dion Waiters, one of our favorite players in the league!
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Hey guys, Recently wrote an article for The Four Point Play on the 2017 NBA Draft. Take a look at my Top 10 prospects - who do you think the Heat need to target to get back on track?
MIAMI HEAT – Current Record (11-27) / Since Last Time (2-10) Resolution: Deal Dragic, tank it out It’s fair to say the Goran Dragic trade hasn’t really worked out for the Heat. While Dragic himself is having one of his better career seasons, the Heat have slumped to one of the worst teams in the league – with 2 x 1st rounders owing to PHX over the next few years. It would be worthwhile seeing what Goran would fetch in the trade market, and perhaps looking to excise his contract from the books (despite it being relatively palatable in today’s NBA). With the top of the 2017 Draft loaded with PG’s (Miami owns their ’17 pick), and potentially HUGE cap space in 2017 Free Agency, Miami will be looking to reload quickly – and getting a pick and player for Goran may well be the best way forward for the rebuild.
2015-16 brought lots of promise for the Miami Heat, they pushed the Raptors to seven games in the Conference Semi’s, were cautiously optimistic about the potential of signing Kevin Durant, but had a few question marks heading into the offseason, namely what would happen with Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade. Pay Riley really blew it with this Wade situation. The Heat weren’t going to truly contend for the Eastern Conference Championship with or without Wade, so why not give him a legacy deal ala Kobe Bryant and let him ride off into the sunset with Coach Spoelstra and Riley while still, likely, making the second round of the playoffs?
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