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  • Contract status, outlook for each player on Miami Heat roster

    Contract status, outlook for each player on Miami Heat roster
    A look at the 15 players who finished the season with the Heat and those since added, with their contract status and what might be next for each. List does not include players only on summer contracts. * * * * * * * Dwyane Wade Age: Turns 34 on...
  • Cliff Alexander left at the NBA draft altar: Now what?

    Cliff Alexander left at the NBA draft altar: Now what?
    Mike Oliver had a theory about the first $3 million Cliff Alexander was going to make. "As soon as he signs the contract, $2,999,000 will be gone," Alexander's high school coach at Curie said early in 2014. As a consensus top-five recruit nationally...
  • Heat to bring five from 2014-15 roster to summer league

    Heat to bring five from 2014-15 roster to summer league
    With the Miami Heat's summer-league schedule less than a week from opening, the team has put together an intriguing mix of returning players, draft picks and undrafted free agents for three weeks of play that will include time in leagues in Orlando and...
  • D-Fenders recent coaching hire Conner Henry leaves for Orlando Magic

    D-Fenders recent coaching hire Conner Henry leaves for Orlando Magic
    Conner Henry, whom the D-Fenders announced as their coach on June 10, is heading to Orlando to join the staff of Magic Coach Scott Skiles. The Magic announced their coaching staff on Friday, including Adrian Griffin, Monte Mathis, Mario Elie and Henry....
  • Celtics' Stevens finally gets shot to coach NCAA hero Hunter

    Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens knew all about R.J. Hunter long before he hit one of the biggest shots of last season's NCAA Tournament. If Stevens had his way, Hunter would have played for Butler instead of for his father, Ron, at Georgia State. And...
  • NBA Draft: Rating the small forwards | Video

    NBA Draft: Rating the small forwards | Video
    A look at the top five small forward candidates in the June 25 NBA Draft and the Heat's perspective at the position, plus rating the field, a sleeper and a matter of fact. 1. Justise Winslow, 6-6, Duke, freshman: A classic case of a player showing his...
  • Charlotte wins bid to host 2017 NBA All-Star Game

    Charlotte has won a bid to host the 2017 NBA All-Star Weekend, the Observer has learned. A formal announcement is expected on Tuesday, with NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan in attendance at a news conference....
  • Star Track: Quinn McDowell

    Star Track: Quinn McDowell
    Quinn McDowell, one of the top basketball players in William and Mary history, spent the 2014-15 season with Palencia in Spain's Gold league. He played in 25 games, averaging 11.6 points and 3.9 rebounds per contest for a squad that finished 14-14. He...
  • Despite Hassan Whiteside's ascent, Heat could use big man in NBA draft

    First in a series. The slogan for the Miami Heat's 2015 NBA draft party Thursday at AmericanAirlines Arena should be "Preparing for the future while building for the present." In many ways, the Heat enters this draft from an enviable position. With a...
  • NBA makes it official: All-Star Game Charlotte-bound in 2017

    The Charlotte Hornets have a lot going on between the rebranding, heavy basketball decisions and an upcoming preseason trip to China. So why now add to that burden by hosting the 2017 NBA All-Star Weekend? "We've been trying to reconnect with the...
  • Big Joshua Smith hopes he's made enough of an impression with NBA teams

    Big Joshua Smith hopes he's made enough of an impression with NBA teams
    The knocks could make things especially hard for Joshua Smith on Thursday if NBA teams decide the massive center's upside isn't enough to offset concerns that make him an iffy selection in the draft. Knock No. 1: He's too fat. Smith's weight at UCLA and...