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  • For starters: Brooklyn Nets at Miami Heat

    For starters: Brooklyn Nets at Miami Heat
    A look at the starting lineups, inactives, referees and a pregame note of note for Sunday's 6 p.m. game between the Miami Heat and Brooklyn Nets at AmericanAirlines Arena (TV: Sun Sports. Radio: 790-AM, 104.3-FM, 106.3-FM, 710-AM-Spanish). Starting...
  • Heat hold off Nets 88-84, snap four-game losing streak

    Heat hold off Nets 88-84, snap four-game losing streak
    This time the Miami Heat checked off the boxes that had been left unfulfilled all too often this season. Resilience? Check. Homecourt closure? Check (albeit barely). Dwyane Wade playing as Dwyane Wade at the moments of truth? Check. The climb back...
  • Winderman's view: Heat 88, Nets 84

    Winderman's view: Heat 88, Nets 84
    Observations from Sunday night's 88-84 victory over the Brooklyn Nets at AmericanAirlines Arena: -- Well, that was a bit too close for comfort. -- And a tad scary at the close, as well. -- But Dwyane Wade did what he needed to do. -- As did...
  • ASK IRA: Should Heat consider Dalembert?

    ASK IRA: Should Heat consider Dalembert?
    Q: Samuel Dalembert, are the Heat are looking at him? -- Milagros. A: I doubt it, and they've certainly had numerous opportunities before to go in that direction. They already have their Dalembert in Hassan Whiteside. The only way it would make sense...
  • Heat still feel like the hunted - on smaller scale

    Heat still feel like the hunted - on smaller scale
    For Heat center Chris Bosh, it was still playing Los Angeles Lakers. When he was with the Toronto Raptors, he said was always a big deal playing against the Lakers. At the time, they were removed from the days as being the league's premiere franchise....
  • ASK IRA: Do Heat have to revisit lack of depth at shooting guard?

    ASK IRA: Do Heat have to revisit lack of depth at shooting guard?
    Q: I agree with that the Heat do not have a reliable backup for Dwyane Wade. I would trade Mario Chalmers and Justin Hamilton, if that's even an option. We can use Haslem off the bench to back up Hassan Whiteside and Birdman. I have more confidence in...
  • Winderman's view: Trail Blazers 99, Heat 83

    Observations from Thursday night's 99-83 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers at the Moda Center: -- Once again, it's as if the Heat just . . . stopped. -- This is not a 48-minute team. -- And opponents are recognizing as much. -- Conditioning? --...
  • Norris Cole and Luol Deng could return vs. Grizzlies

    Heat guard Norris Cole and forward Luol Deng moved a step closer to returning to the court. Both were able to complete Saturday's practice, a day before the Heat faces the Memphis Grizzlies at FedEx Forum. "I'm feeling better, a lot better," Cole said....
  • ASK IRA: Are Heat failing because of system, personnel or effort?

    ASK IRA: Are Heat failing because of system, personnel or effort?
    Q: How long before the Heat go back to traditional basketball? Without LeBron James, Shane Battier, there are no other players who can play small ball. Josh McRoberts looks nothing like the player we saw last April in the playoffs. -- Stuart. A: The...
  • Defense fails Heat again in 103-87 loss to Grizzlies

    Defense fails Heat again in 103-87 loss to Grizzlies
    Before the game, Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra described it as the "moment of truth." It was a play or stretch during a game that ultimately decides if the Heat were to win or lose. And once again, they failed when it came time to steal a victory....
  • ASK IRA: Have Heat spent their way into this mess?

    ASK IRA: Have Heat spent their way into this mess?
    Q: I can't help but think that we wasted our cap money by overpaying for Udonis Haslem, Chris Andersen and Danny Granger. I believe the money spent could have gotten us a couple of quality contributors that would have made a big difference in our...