Rafer Alston turns 38 today.
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[Happy birthday to one of our favorite players, Chris Paul.
Kenyon Martin isn't the only one in search of a team.
Last season, there were two holes on the Heat roster surrounding Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh: point guard and center.
The Miami Heat's shortcomings last season were well-documented.
It's crazy the difference a year makes.
The Mavs may be the big winners and the Heat the big losers, but it's the little things that count.
When it was all said and done, the Dallas Mavericks grew while the Miami Heat wilted, going from underdog to favorite led by a cold-blooded monster in Dirk Nowitzki.
I watched Game 5 in a bar full of my anti-Heat friends.
Here's the thing: Just because Rajon Rondo doesn't score a lot, it doesn't mean he can't score.
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You knew this was coming. Eddie House has been fined $25,000 by the NBA for his "obscene gesture" during yesterday's Heat/Thunder game -- that being his interpretation of the Sam Cassell Big Balls Dance, a.
Tony Allen, Tom Thibodeau and Big Baby's personal pork chef could have filled in for ABC's announce crew and told you how yesterday's Lakers/Celtics game was going to turn out.
The Big Three was down to the Chosen One for last night's Heat/Pistons game, which naturally meant for LeBron James that the role of fourth-quarter hero would fall into the hands of -- Eddie House.
With all the buzz surrounding the Celtics victory last night in Miami and highlights of Rajon Rondo's dunk everywhere -- as well as the basketball world just killing Chris Bosh -- we wanted to examine how that play developed last night in the first quarter.
Last night we saw the best and the worst of the Miami Heat.
As the NBA regular season approaches, we preview the upcoming campaign with the "Highs and Lows" system -- predicting the respective ceiling and basement for each team.
Nobody really knows what's going to happen this year in Miami. While we can all track and predict and analyze even movement or quote coming out of South Beach, at the end of the day, it's going to come down to playing 48 minutes a night for 82 games.