Miami Heat

  • Field Goal %
    47.0 FG%
  • 3-point %
    33.6 3P%
  • Points Scored
    100 PPG
  • Total Rebounds
    44.1 RPG
  • Chris Bosh on if he’s working out: “Yes, I’m hooping. I’m a hooper.”
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    Chris Bosh on if he’s working out: “Yes, I’m hooping. I’m a hooper.”

    Chris Bosh wants to play basketball this season. Of that, there is no doubt. The question is will the Heat let him after he missed the end of the last two seasons due to potentially life-threatening blood clots? If so, will he have minutes or travel restrictions? Bosh is working out to get ready for the season — he posted a video of it Monday on Snapchat, showing off his handles, and put it this way: Ues, he’s hooping. The Heat and Bosh need to come to common ground on this before training camp opens. Bosh is on blood thinners for his condition, the team and he need to decide if he can come off them on game days or if there is another protocol that works for everyone. The Heat would be a vastly

  • 5 possible point guard options for the Cavaliers if Mo Williams retires
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    5 possible point guard options for the Cavaliers if Mo Williams retires

    With Mo Williams now reportedly mulling retirement, the Cleveland Cavaliers could again be in the market for a point guard. Considering that it’s almost September and the Cavs’ assets are limited, the pool is thin. But there are notable names in the pool with ties to the Cavs and certain player who wears No. 23. Now, Cleveland doesn’t have to sign a point guard and there’s an argument to be made that the Cavs don’t need to. A possible path could be to let rookie Kay Felder play minutes from the first game and see what they have in him before pursuing a replacement around the trade deadline. As an added bonus, not signing a Williams replacement would lessen the Cavs’ tax bill and two roster spots

  • ESPN panel opines on Heat players as All-Stars
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    ESPN panel opines on Heat players as All-Stars

    In their Summer Forecast the ESPN Panel voted on the NBA players most likely to make their first All-Star appearances. Among the 47 who received votes there were three Miami Heat players. Hassan Whiteside - 8 votes Goran Dragic - 5 votes Justise Winslow - 1 vote The top five players to get votes were: Karl-Anthony Towns (23) Giannis Antetokounmpo (22) DeAndre Jordan (20) Kristaps Porzingis (16) Kemba Walker (16) If Chris Bosh returns, it would surprising if he did not get an All-Star berth. Winslow receiving one vote could create a perceived dog fight between Josh Richardson, Tyler Johnson and Dion Waiters to also get validation of their worth. One of the side effects of Dwyane Wade's departure