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  • Cómo el Heat podría beneficiarse de terminar entre los peores de la NBA

    Cómo el Heat podría beneficiarse de terminar entre los peores de la NBA
    La vida 'después de LeBron' no ha sido color de rosa para el Heat de Miami, pero si alguien me hubiese dicho que para este periodo el quinteto estaría a duras penas manteniéndose a flote entre los últimos puestos válidos para los playoffs en la...
  • ASK IRA: Should Heat consider Calderon for more-immediate fix?

    ASK IRA: Should Heat consider Calderon for more-immediate fix?
    Q: Wouldn't you agree that Jose Calderon can be an upgrade over Mario Chalmers and Norris Cole, while providing solid 3-point shooting and playmaking. Not to mention that he and Chris Bosh had couple of good seasons together in Toronto back in the day, so...
  • ASK IRA: Is a Heat shakeup required?

    ASK IRA: Is a Heat shakeup required?
    Q: I'm sure I am not the only one who is tired of opening the Sun Sentinel every morning and seeing that there is absolutely no news or even rumors of a trade to help this roster. It really is frustrating being a Heat fan at this moment. I want to enjoy...
  • Defensive problems keep dogging Heat

    It has always been a staple for the Miami Heat. Ever since then-coach Pat Riley joined the organization, a strong emphasis has been placed on defense. Thus far this season, the team has struggled on the defensive end, with inconsistency among the...
  • ASK IRA: Is Spoelstra's defensive system wrong fit for this team?

    ASK IRA: Is Spoelstra's defensive system wrong fit for this team?
    Q: Erik Spoelstra needs to change the defense. The Heat continue to give up too many open 3-pointers? -- Jay. A: In various forms, I got more email on this subject than any other after Wednesday night's game, and I agree that it's insanity to try to...
  • Heat remain upbeat despite struggles

    The scene was more festive than funeral. Chris Bosh and assistant coach Juwan Howard finished Saturday's practice with a friendly game of 1-on-1. Dwyane Wade made a playful joke about James Ennis before leaving the facility. Team president Pat Riley...
  • ASK IRA: Are Heat failing because of system, personnel or effort?

    ASK IRA: Are Heat failing because of system, personnel or effort?
    Q: How long before the Heat go back to traditional basketball? Without LeBron James, Shane Battier, there are no other players who can play small ball. Josh McRoberts looks nothing like the player we saw last April in the playoffs. -- Stuart. A: The...
  • ASK IRA: Can Heat be in play for Brook Lopez?

    ASK IRA: Can Heat be in play for Brook Lopez?
    Q: Can the Heat make a push for Brook Lopez as part of the Nets' fire sale? -- John. A: Two thoughts. First, for anyone who has questioned Chris Bosh because of his perimeter-based playing style, consider that Brook is considered among the softer big...
  • ASK IRA: Is Deng the right fit with Wade and Bosh?

    ASK IRA: Is Deng the right fit with Wade and Bosh?
    Q: You have frequently mentioned that the Heat don't have tradable assets, but wouldn't there be interest in Luol Deng? He is a solid defender and role player, and would fit well with a contender like Houston looking to make a championship run. ...
  • ASK IRA: Has Pat Riley put enough around Wade?

    ASK IRA: Has Pat Riley put enough around Wade?
    Q: Is Pat Riley wasting Dwyane Wade's two years on a whim of 2016, making Wade the Kobe Bryant of the East (aging superstars still at a high level) with the current roster? -- Nikki. A: Actually, that's a legitimate comparison, but not necessarily for...
  • Ira Winderman: Now that Heat can deal, should they?

    Ira Winderman: Now that Heat can deal, should they?
    Monday could be the start of something big in the NBA. Could be. By rule, most players signed as free agents in the offseason cannot be dealt for three months or before Dec. 15, whichever comes later. Dec. 15 comes Monday. And that will leave just...