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  • ASK IRA: Will rising salary cap alter Heat offseason plans?

    ASK IRA: Will rising salary cap alter Heat offseason plans?
    Q: Wouldn't it be wiser for owners to sign marquee or star free agents now long term and pay whatever luxury taxes are due rather than waiting on 2016-17 where lesser quality free agents will be getting approximately those same amounts? -- Ryan, Naples....
  • Free agency would ruin high school sports: Editorial

    The words were seismic. "This fall, I'm going to take my talents to South Beach … and join the Miami Heat." With those words, basketball superstar LeBron James sent shock waves throughout the NBA. With star player Chris Bosh joining Lebron to...
  • Ira Winderman: Changes coming in NBA, particularly with scheduling

    Ira Winderman: Changes coming in NBA, particularly with scheduling
    The drama came Tuesday and Wednesday, when the playoffs races were decided. The sizzle was reserved for Saturday and Sunday, with the start of the NBA postseason. But what was deliberated Thursday and Friday at the NBA's Board of Governors meeting could...
  • Marla Ridenour: LeBron will deliver for Cavs in playoffs, but can his supporting cast?

    INDEPENDENCE, Ohio When LeBron James ripped off his jersey after losing to the Boston Celtics in Game 6 of the 2010 Eastern Conference semifinals, it wasn't just because he failed. It was also because his supporting cast failed him. As James begins...
  • ASK IRA: Is a gradual rise the more likely Heat outlook?

    ASK IRA: Is a gradual rise the more likely Heat outlook?
    Q: Here is only one person I believe in affiliated with the Heat: Pat Riley. Pat will do what's necessary to put the Heat back in the hunt. But a run like they just had with LeBron James, fans need to know it doesn't work quite that easy. Not even the...
  • Player-by-player: Where Miami Heat stand heading into offseason

    Player-by-player: Where Miami Heat stand heading into offseason
    A look at the status of the 15 players who finished the season on the Miami Heat roster. * * * * * * * Dwyane Wade Age: Turns 34 on Jan. 17. 2015-16 salary status: Holds $16 million player option for next season, on final year of contract, that...
  • Spoelstra: Determined to make sure 'this doesn't happen again'

    Spoelstra: Determined to make sure 'this doesn't happen again'
    The message was clear amid Friday's finality to a Miami Heat season that fell short of the playoffs. "We'll be very determined to make sure this doesn't happen again," coach Erik Spoelstra said during his season-ending media session at...
  • Heat's No. 1 offseason priority: secure Goran Dragic

    With the season done, with that one final game no one wanted to win finally over, Dwyane Wade walked out of the basketball arena in Philadelphia with his arm around Goran Dragic. Wade was smiling, laughing, pulling Dragic close and whispering in his ear....
  • Chris Bosh expects to return to Heat an improved player

    Chris Bosh expects to return to Heat an improved player
    Chris Bosh is ready to release the new and improved version of himself. After missing the second half of the season because of blood clots on his lung, Bosh expects to return as a better player next year. "Way better than that," Bosh said. "Way better."...
  • Sixers' Brown criticized after season-ending loss to Miami

    Sixers' Brown criticized after season-ending loss to Miami
    PHILADELPHIA — Brett Brown hadn't heard about the matter until informed by the media Thursday afternoon. Brown was criticized in some circles for allowing his injured players, including Jason Richardson, Luc Mbah a Moute, Nerlens Noel and rookie...
  • Warriors? Cavs? Spurs again? No clear NBA Finals favorite

    Sweet-shooting Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors have the best record, an unmatched home-court advantage, and the understanding that means nothing now. "We had a great home record and did some historic things, but that doesn't get you any extra...