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  • Bucks 91, Heat 84

    Bucks 91, Heat 84: Brandon Knight hit three late 3-pointers en route to 20 points as visiting Milwaukee rode a strong second half to a win over slumping Miami. The Heat played their second straight game without star guard Dwyane Wade, who is nursing a...
  • Lack of defensive cohesion has Heat hot, bothered

    Lack of defensive cohesion has Heat hot, bothered
    Typically, when a GPS is required to locate help, it's not the optimal solution. That is among the reasons why the Miami Heat defense largely has been anything but typical at the start of this season. The starting point guard used to be the reserve...
  • Heat's Norris Cole in search of consistency

    Heat guard Norris Cole expected to deal with an adjustment entering this season. He just didn't expect it to be this. Cole, in his first year as the starter, has at times struggled with his fluctuating minutes. He's played less than 20 minutes twice...
  • ASK IRA: Could Granger help address Heat concerns?

    ASK IRA: Could Granger help address Heat concerns?
    Q: With Danny Granger coming back to the lineup soon, could you see him playing the four for long periods of time? His size and shot would really stretch the floor, like having LeBron James on the floor with Dwyane Wade handling the ball. I could see a...
  • For starters: Indiana Pacers at Miami Heat

    For starters: Indiana Pacers at Miami Heat
    A look at the starting lineups, inactives, referees and a pregame note of note for Wednesday's 7:30 p.m. game between the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers at AmericanAirlines Arena (TV: Sun Sports, ESPN. Radio: 790-AM, 104.3-FM, 106.3-FM, 710-AM-Spanish),...
  • ASK IRA: Could Heat yet entice a Ray Allen return?

    ASK IRA: Could Heat yet entice a Ray Allen return?
    Q: So far this has been one of the most fun Heat seasons of all time. While the last four years were sublime, it seemed like the team began to get a little weary of the limelight that comes with being a perpetual favorite and having the accompanying...
  • ASK IRA: Is there a Plan B if Wade takes time off?

    ASK IRA: Is there a Plan B if Wade takes time off?
    Q: I know it is early, very early, but Dwayne Wade could turn out to be one of the best stories of the NBA season. It reminds me of the Converse commercial they ran for Wade when he first came into the league, fall down seven times, get up eight! --...
  • Winderman's view: Heat 105, Mavericks 96

    Winderman's view: Heat 105, Mavericks 96
    Observations from Sunday night's 105-96 victory over the Dallas Mavericks at the American Airlines Center: -- The Luol Deng Game. -- With a little help from Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade and Mario Chalmers. -- Yes, Mario Chalmers. -- Move without the...
  • ASK IRA: Are Deng, McRoberts proving to be fits that work?

    ASK IRA: Are Deng, McRoberts proving to be fits that work?
    Q: Luol Deng looks better and better every game. -- Chet. A: Which exactly is what you would expect from a player whose greatest skills are his ability to play off of teammates and to facilitate for teammates. To a degree, it is the same thing with Josh...
  • For Heat's Chalmers, reserve role seems a good fit

    These days, the pressure is off Heat guard Mario Chalmers. He no longer has to sweat about being the team's starting point guard. As a reserve, it's sort of like a vacation. Coming off the bench has allowed him to put his feet up and relax. "I get to...
  • Defense, Wade step up in Heat 102-92 victory over Timberwolves

    Defense, Wade step up in Heat 102-92 victory over Timberwolves
    For three days the Miami Heat drilled on one end of the court. Over and over and over. Including during Saturday morning's shootaround. "Repetitive things," center Chris Bosh said, "so guys can just react without having to really think about it too...