| Sep 27, 2014
| 9:00 PM
Q: One of the recent articles in the Sun Sentinel on Chris Bosh's new role as the focal point of the Heat's offense talked about Chris bringing back his post-up game from his days in Toronto. In fact, Chris was quoted as saying in the article, everyone on the Heat knew LeBron James and Dwyane Wade were our post-up players the last four years. What I don't understand is why during the prior four years (The Big Three era) Chris Bosh's post-up play couldn't be incorporated into the Heat's offense? Wouldn't that have given the Heat more options on offense? Maybe the Heat go 72-10 four years in a row and win four championships (exaggerating). If the Heat are paying Bosh $118 million and his post-up play is good enough to be the focal point now, surely it was good enough to use the last four years? Not sure why the Heat couldn't incorporate more of Bosh post play. The fans basically screamed for it. And in the first year of the Big Three, Bosh playing a mid-range game was super effective against Bulls and Celtics in the playoffs. -- Stuart.
| Sep 26, 2014
| 5:22 PM
The Sports Xchange
By Jason Lloyd, The Sports Xchange
EditorsNote: recasts story Slimmed-down James 'feels good' to be back
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio -- Four years after he tore off his Cavaliers jersey following a disappointing playoff loss at Boston, LeBron...
| Sep 22, 2014
| 7:20 PM
The Cavaliers have finalized their full 20-man roster for training camp, although they're willing to make room for one more.
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| Aug 22, 2014
| 4:35 PM
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| Aug 30, 2014
| 4:39 PM
For four years, Chris Bosh was judged on what he didn't do, even as he helped the Miami Heat advance to four consecutive NBA Finals, securing a pair of championships along the way.
Now comes the litmus test of the degree of that difficulty, the...