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  • ASK IRA: Was Sunday a reminder of what Wade still can be?

    ASK IRA: Was Sunday a reminder of what Wade still can be?
    Q: Dwyane Wade. Still special. -- Chet. A: Because sometime you forget. And then there are the moments like the ones at the close Sunday in New York. Yes, it was against the Knicks. And, yes, Wade had his sloppy moments that might have made it harder...
  • ESPN's Doug Collins, Jalen Rose weigh in on Heat

    ESPN's NBA Countdown crew weighed in on the upcoming NBA season Monday during a media conference call, including their thoughts on the Heat. A sampling of what they had to say: Q.  Is there any scenario in which you could see Miami competing with...
  • ASK IRA: Are Heat settling into middle of East pack?

    ASK IRA: Are Heat settling into middle of East pack?
    Q: Clearly the Heat are not beating elite teams, but I had hoped that we could hold our own against the Wizards and make the game a contest. The Heat had no answers, which is concerning. -- Chet. A: I've always viewed playoff races in tiers. I have...
  • Cole out vs. Hawks; Chalmers, McRoberts start; Deng lost at half

    Cole out vs. Hawks; Chalmers, McRoberts start; Deng lost at half
    The Miami Heat were without starting point guard Norris Cole for Wednesday night's game against the Atlanta Hawks at AmericanAirlines Arena due to an illness that also had him out of the morning shootaround. "He's still under the weather," coach Erik...
  • Winderman's view: Hawks 112, Heat 102

    Winderman's view: Hawks 112, Heat 102
    Observations from Wednesday night's 112-102 loss to the Atlanta Hawks at AmericanAirlines Arena: -- It was a wild night of lineup changes, rotation roulette and injuries, including losing Luol Deng for the second half with a bruised right hand. --...
  • Heat assign Andre Dawkins to D-League

    Heat assign Andre Dawkins to D-League
    Instead of going west with the Miami Heat for the team's five-game trip, rookie guard Andre Dawkins will be headed north. After seven games without action, including the past three on the inactive list, Dawkins has been assigned to the Heat's NBA...
  • Heat wish list: Bosh wants more fire, Spoelstra more fight

    Heat wish list: Bosh wants more fire, Spoelstra more fight
    If the divisional devastation of a blowout loss in Washington followed by a lopsided home loss to Atlanta seems like it's as bad as it can get, consider the Miami Heat's immediate reality: -- A five-game trip opens Friday against the Milwaukee Bucks,...
  • Winderman's view: Bucks 109, Heat 85

    Winderman's view: Bucks 109, Heat 85
    Observations from Friday night's 109-85 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks at BMO Harris Bradley Center: -- Is there a rebound in the house? -- Or anyone committed (or able to play) team defense? -- Or someone willing to move the ball after the first...
  • Heat drop third straight in 109-85 loss to Bucks

    Heat drop third straight in 109-85 loss to Bucks
    This was supposedly one of the best opportunities for the Miami Heat to steal a victory on this five-game road trip. Yet even the supposed "easy" ones are becoming tougher for the Heat. Even with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh putting together solid...
  • ASK IRA: Should Heat look at Lance Stephenson?

    ASK IRA: Should Heat look at Lance Stephenson?
    Q: Please tell me the Lance Stephenson trade rumors are just fabricated stories. He cannot be a member of the Heat. -- Andy. A: Well, at least not until Dec. 15, the first day he is eligible to be traded. With Stephenson's $9 million salary, it would...
  • Ira Winderman: Don't realign, just change playoff format

    Ira Winderman: Don't realign, just change playoff format
    Here's what you don't do amid the hubbub about the very real imbalance between the NBA's two conferences, with the West again pummeling the East this season: You don't realign. Because in two years Kevin Durant could be back home in Washington,...