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  • Heat, LeBron run out of gas, fall 106-103 to Rockets

    Heat, LeBron run out of gas, fall 106-103 to Rockets
       Monday night, LeBron James couldn't miss the shots he had no business attempting.    Tuesday night, the one he needed most wasn't particularly close.    No, there was nothing close to 61 points this time, a night after he put together that...
  • NBA Free Agents: The class of 2011-12 (Updated)

    <b>NBA Free Agents:</b> The class of 2011-12 (Updated)
    NBA free agents (* -- indicates restricted free agent, with team allowed to match outside offers to retain player): Best of who is left: Alexis Ajinca, Gilbert Arenas, Keith Bogans, Erick Dampier, Francisco Elson, Melvin Ely, Kryrlo Fesenko, Eddie House,...
  • Magic give Dwight Howard some help this time

     
    The first time it was Miami's Big Three against Orlando's Only One and it wasn't a fair fight on Oct. 29 Wednesday night, in the rematch with the Heat, Dwight Howard received plenty of help to even the season series and continue Miami's free-fall to 8-7....
  • Orlando Magic and NBA News: Monday, Jan. 31

     
    One former player has a career night, another former Magic player may sign with another team, and more commentary on Gilbert Arenas' knee highlight today's links. 1. Orlando Magic rout Cavaliers behind big nights from Anderson, Howard, Josh Robbins,...
  • Orlando Magic and NBA News: Wednesday, Feb. 2

     
    Dwight Howard gets some disrespect, the Heat have a fancy new lineup and LeBron James still cares what the Magic think in today's links. 1. Brandon Bass' ankle injury will complicate the Orlando Magic's February, Josh Robbins, Orlando Sentinel The Buzz:...
  • ASK IRA: What happens when NBA parity ultimately flops?

     
    Q: Hey Ira, why would a sport that notoriously has had teams with multiple superstars want to try and eliminate that? I can't name one sport that has equal teams throughout. That is the beauty of sports. Sometimes the underdogs prevail. It's like they are...
  • Asked and answered: How NBA deal impacts the Heat

     
    So what's next for the Miami Heat and the NBA? Here's what: Q. Why the wait until Dec. 9 to open training camps and start free agency? A. While the prime financial issues have been resolved in a new collective-bargaining agreement, there are many...
  • Odd-makers rate Heat as early, solid NBA favorites

     
    How highly do the Las Vegas and offshore books think of the Heat? They have them as early-line NBA championship favorites, even though the team still lacks definitive answers at center or point guard. Currently, the only centers under contract to the Heat...
  • ASK IRA: Would Caron Butler, Grant Hill consider Heat?

     
    Q: So apparently Caron Butler's preferred choice is a team with the same amount of available money as Miami, but one that fell to the Heat in five games in the playoffs? — Adam. A: The difference is Caron could start at shooting guard in Chicago. He...
  • Analysis: Heat appear set at 14 of 15 roster spots

     
    Why change a good thing? Why indeed. “There's going to be some stability there,” James Jones said Friday morning shortly after he agreed to return as a free agent, following a similar decision by Heat free-agent point guard Mario Chalmers....
  • ASK IRA: Did Pat Riley overpay Mario Chalmers?

     
    Q: Ira, $12 million for Mario Chalmers! Is Pat Riley on drugs? — Hunter. A: I don't think he is, but some of those pictures in his early NBA days make you wonder if he wasn't hanging out with a few who were. Look, you have to consider the market,...
  • ASK IRA: Can the Heat land Chauncey Billups?

     
    Q: After reading Chauncey's comments, I'm convinced he'd rather sit out the year than play somewhere he doesn't want to be. Do you think those teams under the cap will heed his warnings? — Eddy. A: I think the league, especially the small-market...