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  • ASK IRA: Is Heat defense unacceptable, even in preseason?

    ASK IRA: Is Heat defense unacceptable, even in preseason?
    Q: In the preseason's initial game the Heat allowed 98 points. In the next three games they allowed 108, 122, 109 points. In these last three games the Heat scored over 100 points each time and still lost each one. That is not championship ball, even if...
  • NBA roundup: Nowitzki suggests reduced schedule

    The Sports Xchange NBA roundup: Nowitzki suggests reduced schedule Dallas Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki heard about the NBA experimenting with shorter games in the preseason, but he has another idea. He would like to see a shorter season, as in...
  • On The Fly: Shabazz Still Big On Horsebarn Hill

    On The Fly: Shabazz Still Big On Horsebarn Hill
    UConn rode Shabazz Napier all the way to the national title in men's basketball last year. He might be gone from the UConn campus, but out in the pastures by the horse barn in Storrs is UC Shabazz, born March 29 amid UConn's run. UConn Today says that...
  • ASK IRA: Can Heat afford to play Granger at power forward?

    ASK IRA: Can Heat afford to play Granger at power forward?
    Q: Ira, I liked Danny Granger at the four. His lack of mobility isn't as much of an issue there, and he certainly can be a stretch four. -- Ray, Miami. A: The start Tuesday came somewhat out of necessity, with Josh McRoberts still out. And I could see...
  • Mavs sign 5-7 Japanese point guard

    The Sports Xchange Mavs sign 5-7 Japanese point guard The Dallas Mavericks signed 5-foot-7 Japanese point guard Yuki Togashi on Wednesday. Terms of the deal for the free agent were not disclosed. Togashi, who weighs 143 pounds, was most recently a...
  • Mavs sign 5-7 Japanese point guard Yuki Togashi

    Mavs sign 5-7 Japanese point guard Yuki Togashi
    The Dallas Mavericks signed 5-foot-7 Japanese point guard Yuki Togashi on Wednesday. Terms of the deal for the free agent were not disclosed. Togashi, who weighs 143 pounds, was most recently a member of the Mavericks' NBA Summer League team. In his...
  • ASK IRA: Does Ennis deserve a rotation role?

    ASK IRA: Does Ennis deserve a rotation role?
    Q: What's your opinion of how James Ennis has been playing so far, and have the Heat also been impressed by what Ennis has done so far? -- Brian, Mountain View, Calif. A: I've been very, very impressed with the skill set he offers. I've also taken...
  • Ira Winderman: Heat career full circle for Chris Quinn

    Ira Winderman: Heat career full circle for Chris Quinn
       To some, it's as if Chris Quinn never left, considering at 31 he's back with the Miami Heat.    For while, even after he was traded by the Heat in 2010, it felt like he never left, considering what he experienced in one of his ensuing adventures,...
  • Miami Heat holding tryouts for D-League team on Oct. 19

     
    South Dakota in the winter? Perhaps not the ideal destination for an internship, but the Sioux Falls Skyforce of the NBA D-League is the lone minor league affiliate of the Miami Heat, and they are conducting tryouts for their training camp roster....
  • ASK IRA: Did Heat overinvest in Chalmers?

    ASK IRA: Did Heat overinvest in Chalmers?
    Q: I have repeatedly questioned Pat Riley's decision to re-sign Mario Chalmers for two years at $4 million per year. I honestly think the money could have been spent better. And if a veteran point guard were brought in for the minimum, he could have...
  • NBA journeyman Mike James prices sports compound at $7.5 million

    NBA journeyman Mike James prices sports compound at $7.5 million
    Basketball vagabond Mike James, most recently of the Chicago Bulls, has put his mansion-estate in Houston on the market at $7.499 million. The gated compound, well-equipped for the modern athlete, features a detached sports complex, complete with an NBA...