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  • ASK IRA: Are there any answers for Heat at point guard?

    ASK IRA: Are there any answers for Heat at point guard?
    Q: It's incredible to me how much Mario Chalmers and Norris Cole have regressed. I know it's not a smart thing or fair to say, but 'Rio could be blamed for the last two losses. He killed runs and had so many turnovers. What has happened to these two? --...
  • Bulls look brain-dead or heartless, pick one

    The final result from Cleveland on Monday night: Cavaliers 108, Bulls brain-dead. And you might want to check their hearts while you’re at it. That’s six losses in eight games. That’s five straight opponents scoring more than 100...
  • Correcting turnovers a priority for Shabazz Napier

    Correcting turnovers a priority for Shabazz Napier
    Shabazz Napier figured this would be a seasonlong process. Even though it appears he is starting to figure things out, he knows there is still a ways to go. "When I first got here, I knew it was going to be a process for me to understand that this...
  • Hyde5: Heat fans mock early-departing Seattle fans

    Hyde5: Heat fans mock early-departing Seattle fans
    1. After watching Seattle fans leave early and then get locked out of the team's great comeback in the AFC Championship, several Heat fans who suffered the same indignity in Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals were mocking them. "How dumb are they?" one said....
  • Heat still feel like the hunted - on smaller scale

    Heat still feel like the hunted - on smaller scale
    For Heat center Chris Bosh, it was still playing Los Angeles Lakers. When he was with the Toronto Raptors, he said was always a big deal playing against the Lakers. At the time, they were removed from the days as being the league's premiere franchise....
  • Actress-director Eva Longoria turns focus on sports world with new ESPN series of short films

    Eva Longoria is putting her focus on the sports world in a new series of short films the actress is executive producing for ESPN. Longoria's first effort for the "Versus" series debuting in May is about Sebastien De La Cruz, the young mariachi singer...
  • In L.A. NBA battle, Lakers have the past, Clippers have the present

    In L.A. NBA battle, Lakers have the past, Clippers have the present
    Byron Scott smiled in late October when asked which of Los Angeles' NBA teams ruled the city. "When they get about 13 banners," the Lakers coach said of the Clippers, mindful that his team had won 16 championships and its cross-town rival zero, "then it...
  • Leonard scores 20 points in return, Spurs beat Blazers 110-96

    Kawhi Leonard's return from a 15-game absence has the San Antonio Spurs feeling whole, and they showed it by taking apart the Portland Trail Blazers. Leonard scored 20 points in his return from a 15-game absence in the Spurs' 110-96 victory over Portland...
  • Sports book roundup: Chris Chelios' memoir, more

    Sports book roundup: Chris Chelios' memoir, more
    You Can't Make This Up by Al Michaels with L. Jon Wertheim, William Morrow, 288 pages, $28.99 Nobody has documented more sports history in the past 50 years than Al Michaels. You name it, he's done it: Super Bowls, World Series, Olympics, NBA Finals....
  • Warriors cruise past Heat

    OAKLAND, Calif. There wasn't the same buzz as the past four years when the Miami Heat paid a visit to Oracle Arena on Wednesday night. With LeBron James in Cleveland and Dwyane Wade out with a hamstring injury, the Golden State Warriors made easy work of...
  • Heat's preference these days is slow and steady

    The track shoes have been put in storage. What the Miami Heat have been offering these days is far more methodical than maniacal. And it's all been by design. "I like the pace we're doing," guard Dwyane Wade said before Tuesday night's game against...