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  • Nothing small about Spoelstra's new thinking

    Nothing small about Spoelstra's new thinking
      The coach who made "position-less" a Miami mantra is talking about positions.   The franchise that rode small ball to consecutive NBA championship is thinking big.   The team known for reinventing itself even in the best of times appears to again be...
  • 'Decisions' also include Riley, Arison

    'Decisions' also include Riley, Arison
       LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh have already made their expected statements.    No, they don't know what's going to happen when they have the right to become free agents in the offseason, or at least aren't saying.    But this is about...
  • NBA free agents: Updates on Class of 2012

    <b>NBA free agents:</b> Updates on Class of 2012
    An updated look at NBA free agents. Who has signed, who is still available, who has become available: Best of who is left: Kenyon Martin, Josh Howard, Derek Fisher, Chris Andersen, Mickael Pietrus, Mehmet Okur (retired), Maurice Evans, Ryan Gomes,...
  • Five reasons why Heat are hottest

    Five reasons why Heat are hottest
       The best way to put to rest any talk (OK, any Shaq talk) about a potentially tainted championship? Follow it up with the longest winning streak in team history, in what could turn into the best regular season in the franchise's 25 seasons.    And...
  • Colorful personality makes Heat's Chris Andersen a fan favorite

    Colorful personality makes Heat's Chris Andersen a fan favorite
    There have been plays or moments during games that caused candid reactions on the Miami Heat bench this season. Most were reserved for the out of ordinary, such as Mike Miller dunking, Mario Chalmers hitting 10 3-pointers or Shane Battier blocking a...
  • 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...
  • Report: Samuel Dalembert interested in Heat

     
    Reiterating the sentiment he expressed several times last season, Sacramento Kings free-agent center Samuel Dalembert says he remains intrigued by the possibility of signing with the Miami Heat. Dalembert, a longer, better-rounded option than what the...
  • 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: Baron Davis, Mo Williams next for Heat?

     
    Q: Baron Davis? Right? — Fil. A: I don't think so. First, there is the back injury that Baron is saying could keep him sidelined for two months. Beyond that, even if he wasn't (supposedly) ailing, there still is a chance that a team with cap space...
  • ASK IRA: Would Heat revisit Arroyo, Dampier?

     
    Q: With all this concern at point guard, do you think we will have a Carlos Arroyo comeback to the Heat? — Miguel. A: I have to admit, I found the Heat's treatment of Carlos somewhat confounding over the years. Yes, he does not have the 3-point...
  • Five things to take from Lakers' 86-78 victory over Atlanta Hawks

     
    1. The Lakers involved their big men often in the Lakers' 86-78 victory Tuesday over the Atlanta Hawks. Yeah, so you have to consider Andrew Bynum matched up with Atlanta center Erick Dampier for most of the game. But Bynum's 15 points on seven-of-10...
  • Dallas' 2011 championship team featured many assets the Lakers lacked

     
    Privately, Lakers forward Ron Artest believed the team would have no problem handling the Dallas Mavericks in the 2011 Western Conference semifinals. Said Artest on ABC 7's "Sportszone": "I thought we were going to sweep them." Publicly, Lakers forward...