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Miami Heat headlines

Five companies whose logos made sense on the Miami Heat’s jersey

Five companies whose logos made sense on the Miami Heat’s jersey

What company’s logo will be displayed on the Miami Heat’s uniform next season?(Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images) The NBA is allowing teams to wear corporate logos on their uniforms next season and few teams already have lined up multimillion deals.
Good news for Miami Heat: Some great players were drafted 14th

Good news for Miami Heat: Some great players were drafted 14th

Tim Hardaway was drafted 14th by the Warriors in 1989 and traded to Heat in 1996. (Harry How /Allsport) No matter how many times you avoided walking under a ladder, picked a four leaf clover, rubbed a rabbit’s foot or just crossed your fingers it did not work.
Dave George: NBA playoffs demonstrate Heat not that far behind

Dave George: NBA playoffs demonstrate Heat not that far behind

Not much fun watching the NBA playoffs right now, and not only because the Miami Heat missed the boat. Russell Westbrook, the league’s likely MVP, was bounced in the first round. Cleveland and Golden State, the two teams everybody expects to fight it out for the championship, have yet to be challenged, going a combined 16-0. Oh, and there never was much of a chance to sink your teeth into what...
When it’s all done, Miami Heat will interview/work out about 50 players

When it’s all done, Miami Heat will interview/work out about 50 players

Miami Heat contingent at the NBA Combine at the Quest Multisport Complex in Chicago included from left to right: Eric Amsler (Director of Scouting), Chet Kammerer (Director NBA Scouting), Adam Simon (Assistant General Manager), Nick Arison (Chief Executive Officer) and Keith Askins (Director of College and Pro Scouting).
Dave George: Erik Spoelstra can relate to Cavs coach’s complaints

Dave George: Erik Spoelstra can relate to Cavs coach’s complaints

Tyronn Lue had his first NBA title before he had even coached a full season. He’s aiming for two championships in a row now with the enviable foundation of the league’s largest team payroll and the game’s best player. Life’s pretty good, right? Well, actually, in an ESPN podcast this week, Lue reports that dealing with the scrutiny of coaching LeBron James and all those talented...
2017 NBA Draft: 11 first-round options for the Miami Heat

2017 NBA Draft: 11 first-round options for the Miami Heat

TJ Leaf #22 of the UCLA Bruins goes up with the ball against Malik Monk #5 of the Kentucky Wildcats in the first half during the 2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament South Regional at FedExForum on March 24, 2017 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Miami Heat to face Hawks, Hornets, Wizards at home in preseason

Miami Heat to face Hawks, Hornets, Wizards at home in preseason

    The Miami Heat will open their home preseason schedule Oct. 1 against the Hawks. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images) The Miami Heat will play three preseason games at AmericanAirlines Arena in 2017, it was announced today, all against Southeast Division opponents.
Does trading for Paul George make sense for the Heat?

Does trading for Paul George make sense for the Heat?

Paul George #13 and Myles Turner #33 of the Indiana Pacers react in the second half of Game Four of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals during the 2017 NBA Playoffs against the Cleveland Cavaliers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on April 23, 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Miami Heat fans send loud and clear message: No Melo

Miami Heat fans send loud and clear message: No Melo

If it were up to the fans, the Miami Heat would steer clear of the Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) Miami Heat fans are united in their opinion as to whether their team should pursue a trade for Carmelo Anthony.
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