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  • Jefferson hobbled, but determined to keep playing

    For Charlotte to try to keep pace with the heavily favored, two-time defending champion Miami Heat in the first round of the NBA playoffs, the Bobcats were going to need a strong showing from Al Jefferson. After a series opening 99-88 loss to Miami,...
  • On The Fly: Ivan Nova Out, But Vidal Nuno Impressive

    An MRI revealed torn ligaments in the pitching elbow of Yankees' starter Ivan Nova, who will probably need Tommy John surgery. After going 9-6 with a 3.10 ERA last season, there were great hopes for Nova coming into this season. He was 2-2 with an 8.27...
  • Heat's James Jones scores big in series opener

    The scene played out just before every Miami Heat road game this season. Forward James Jones would walk up to each player and ask the same question. "What's your order?" Until Sunday, his biggest role was writing down the post-game meal for his...
  • Heat shrug off slow start, beat Bobcats in Game 1

    Heat shrug off slow start, beat Bobcats in Game 1 MIAMI -- The Charlotte Bobcats couldn't beat the Miami Heat over the past four years in the regular season. The first playoff meeting between the two teams ended with the same result. Heat forward...
  • Heat finish strong, go up 1-0 on Bobcats with 99-88 win

    Heat finish strong, go up 1-0 on Bobcats with 99-88 win
       Erik Spoelstra tried to caution about what was ahead, as coaches tend to do.    Still, his words were difficult to digest going in, considering the Miami Heat had won their previous 16 games against the Charlotte Bobcats, considering the Bobcats...
  • Richardson's take: Heat 99, Bobcats 88

    What went right for the Heat Dwyane Wade looked healthy and was in rhythm after a long layoff. The healing process appears to have happened faster than expected. What went wrong for the Heat The Heat had no answer for Al Jefferson in the first half. He...
  • Winderman's view: Heat 99, Bobcats 88

    Winderman's view: Heat 99, Bobcats 88
    Observations from Sunday's 99-88 playoff victory over the Charlotte Bobcats at AmericanAirlines Arena: -- Still too many casual minutes from this team. -- Including up 11 late in second period and then down less than two minutes into the third. --...
  • Beasley inactive for Heat in playoff opener vs. Bobcats

    Beasley inactive for Heat in playoff opener vs. Bobcats
        Michael Beasley was designated as inactive for the Miami Heat's playoff opener Sunday against the Charlotte Bobcats at AmericanAirlines Arena.     Beasley sprained an ankle during Wednesday's regular-season finale against the Philadelphia 76ers....
  • UConn Players In The NBA

    Jeff Adrien, 2005-09, Milwaukee Bucks: 6.8 points, 5.8 rebounds in 18.1 minutes with Charlotte and Milwaukee. Eight points, seven rebounds, four assists in season finale. Ray Allen, 1993-96, Miami Heat: 9.6 points, 90.5 percent free throw shooting, 37....
  • Five things to look for in Mavericks-Spurs showdown

    The Dallas Mavericks go into their first-round matchup against the San Antonio Spurs knowing ball protection will be a major key in determining who will win this series. The Spurs pounce on an opponent's turnovers and turn them into easy-opportunity...
  • Can title runs take a toll in the long run?

    Can title runs take a toll in the long run?
    Dwyane Wade made his intentions known four years ago. After the Miami Heat lost to the Boston Celtics in the first round of the 2010 playoffs, he made it clear he expected his seasons to last a couple months longer. "This will be my last first-round...
  • Ranking the NBA teams

    Records and stats final regular season: 1. San Antonio Spurs (62-20, Last week 1): Could home-court advantage throughout the playoffs be enough to help Tim Duncan win a fifth NBA title? 2. Oklahoma City Thunder (59-23, LW 2): If Russell Westbrook...