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  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Readers Q&A: K.C. Johnson's Bulls mailbag

    It’s the first Friday of Bulls’ training camp. And I know where your questions are -- in my inbox. Here’s the first installment of our regular Tribune mailbag. Q. Will Tom Thibodeau give Nikola Mirotic a legitimate chance to start...
  • Mad Ants D-League team to hold tryouts Saturday in Inglewood

    The Fort Wayne (Ind.) Mad Ants will hold open tryouts in Southern California on Saturday for the 2014-15 NBA Development League season. The tryouts will take place at 9 a.m. at Inglewood High School at 231 Grevillea Ave. in Inglewood. Check-in begins at...
  • New NBA TV deal meshes with Heat long-term vision

    New NBA TV deal meshes with Heat long-term vision
    With Monday's announcement of a new national NBA television contract that triples the league's revenues from the current package, the Miami Heat's approach to this past offseason came into greater focus Monday. In the wake of losing LeBron James to...
  • Whittenburg qualifies for all-around gymnastics final in World Championships

    Baltimore's Donnell Whittenburg led the United States men's gymnastics team to a third-place finish during qualifications Saturday at the World Championships in Nanning, China. The U.S. team earned a 360.393, behind China (362.698) and Japan (361.609)....
  • ASK IRA: Are too many Heat big men shooting jumpers?

    ASK IRA: Are too many Heat big men shooting jumpers?
    Q: I am reading that Udonis Haslem is practicing his 3-pointer, Birdman is working on developing his perimeter jumper, and Mario Chalmers will get time at shooting guard. Please wake me from my Heat nightmare! -- Stone, Miami. A: First, exhale. Udonis...
  • ASK IRA: Was reality for Heat that it simply was Miller's time?

    ASK IRA: Was reality for Heat that it simply was Miller's time?
    Q: Probably don't want to dwell on the past too much, but seeing your recent article regarding the Mike Miller amnesty got me thinking: What if they had used the amnesty clause on Joel Anthony instead?  Of course, they eventually dumped Anthony anyways,...
  • Ira Winderman: Heat's Granger living an altered reality

    Ira Winderman: Heat's Granger living an altered reality
        As he sat in a folding chair just outside of the locker room at AmericanAirlines Arena, Danny Granger surprisingly did not have the look of someone who had been consistently blindsided.     And yet, how could he possibly have seen so much of this...