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  • Ira Winderman: March Madness? Riley cool to the notion

    Ira Winderman: March Madness? Riley cool to the notion
    Sunday notes: Ping-Pong balls? The Heat prefer to swing for the fences in free agency. Also: Updating Granger and Hamilton; Olynyk by a neck; and Stan on Suh.
  • Ira Winderman: Referee reports open new window into NBA

    Ira Winderman: Referee reports open new window into NBA
    "Ref you s---! Ref you s---!" It has become the common, crass and churlish chant at just about every close NBA game, thousands of referees in the stands believing they could do it better. Now the league, in effect, has given them the opportunity to...

    Ira Winderman: Riley addresses Heat's depth deficit

    Ira Winderman: Riley addresses Heat's depth deficit
    Even before Dwyane Wade's left hamstring balked and then his right gave way, before the starting point guard emerged as the team's best backup shooting guard, before Shannon Brown arrived, started and then departed, the question loomed: How could the...

    Ira Winderman: Now that Heat can deal, should they?

    Ira Winderman: Now that Heat can deal, should they?
    Monday could be the start of something big in the NBA. Could be. By rule, most players signed as free agents in the offseason cannot be dealt for three months or before Dec. 15, whichever comes later. Dec. 15 comes Monday. And that will leave just...

    Ira Winderman: Heat haven't been whole, but already in a hole

    Ira Winderman: Heat haven't been whole, but already in a hole
    Can you give up on a team that hasn't been a team yet? In Sunday's 93-75 loss to the Chicago Bulls, the Miami Heat came out like a bunch strangers. Because they were. The starting lineup had played exactly two minutes together prior to the opening...