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  • Heat's Granger living an altered reality

    Heat's Granger living an altered reality
    Sunday notes: Danny Granger was a Pacer for life, a long-time Heat hater, an impending LeBron teammate . . . then it all changed. Plus: The Ray Allen Watch; sizing up the Heat; familiar faces in new places.
  • Greg Cote: Heat accept 'invigorating' challenge of life after (blank)

    No point in trying to deny the obvious. The Miami Heat became a diminished team the sport's four-year epicenter suddenly shunted off to the periphery the moment ol' What's-his-name decided to leave. There is no use arguing that the coming basketball...

    ASK IRA: Was cutting ties with Beasley premature by the Heat?

    ASK IRA: Was cutting ties with Beasley premature by the Heat?
    Q: Given the Heat's need for youth, athleticism and players who can create their own shot, I am shocked we gave up on Michael Beasley. Plus he was a fan favorite, a minimum salary and Pat Riley has a motivation for loyalty and "making things work." Will...

    Questions return for Heat; answers not so clear

    Questions return for Heat; answers not so clear
      Erik Spoelstra has entered training camp the past two seasons with a mantra of "letting go," that even from NBA championships, you have to move on.   Saturday, when training camp opens at AmericanAirlines Arena, the Miami Heat will have no other...

    ASK IRA: Did Heat pay enough attention to free-agent market?

    ASK IRA: Did Heat pay enough attention to free-agent market?
    Q: Was Miami's offer for Andray Blatche that bad that he instead signed in China? -- Mike. A: The fact that both Jordan Crawford and Andray Blatche opted for China says plenty about the level of interest from the NBA. Granted, the money in China can...