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  • Winderman's view: Heat 98, Pacers 86

    Winderman's view: Heat 98, Pacers 86
    Observations from Friday night's 98-86 victory over the Indiana Pacers at AmericanAirlines Arena: -- LeBron James with the miss, Udonis Haslem with the follow-up basket. Twice. -- And that was about it for the Pacers at the start of the second half....
  • Zo a Hall go? In a week, he'll know

    Zo a Hall go? In a week, he'll know
       First, a preface, on the way to a greater point:    The NBA should have its own hall of fame.    There is a College Basketball Hall of Fame in Kansas City, a Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in Knoxville and a FIBA (international) Hall of Fame in...
  • Winderman's view: Heat 93, Trail Blazers 91

    Observations from Monday night's 93-91 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers at AmericanAirlines Arena: -- Well, that was closer than it ever should have gotten. -- Again, too much counting on LeBron James as savior at the end. -- But he came...
  • Readers' Q&A: K.C. Johnson's Bulls mailbag

    It’s a gray, snowy afternoon in Auburn Hills, Mich. And yet, the inbox still works.   The Bulls are going to have to make a push for Melo this offseason, right? --Philip K.   Ah, the Carmelo Anthony question. Here’s what it would take to...
  • Deadline clarifies Heat playoff view

    Deadline clarifies Heat playoff view
      The natural reaction is to look upward.   And yes, an ambulatory Evan Turner taking over for a rehabilitating Danny Granger certainly provides more possibilities for Indiana Pacers coach Frank Vogel.    But the reality is that for the Miami Heat...
  • LeBron to take a villain turn after broken nose?

     Even before the Miami Heat took flight late Thursday night, LeBron James was preparing for his next superhero turn.  This time, apparently as a villain.  One, the Heat announced Friday, who has a broken nose and is a game-time decision for Sunday's...
  • Former Mount St. Mary's basketball star Dick Talley dies

    Colleges Former Mount St. Mary's star Talley dies Dick Talley, the captain of Mount St. Mary's 1962 College Division men's basketball national championship team, has died, the university announced. Talley scored a team-high 23 points on 10-for-16...
  • Trade deadline secondary to buyout deadline

    Trade deadline secondary to buyout deadline
        A year ago, Erik Spoelstra spent weeks stressing "we have enough." And then, in January, the Miami Heat got enough, when Chris Andersen was signed and the Heat took flight with the Birdman.     This season, Spoelstra hasn't had to answer personnel...
  • Bosh not soft on Gasol comparisons

       Chris Bosh laughs a knowing laugh. He has to, because the question resonates, and it's part of a shared experience that he'll get to share in person on Thursday night.    So what exactly is it like to be a sidekick to a deity?    "Yeah," Bosh...
  • Mile 'high' Denver gets no NBA pot pass

    Mile 'high' Denver gets no NBA pot pass
        It was, as the Denver Post put it, "a historic swirl of commerce and cannabis" this past week in Colorado, as the nation's first legal sales of recreational marijuana began.     To a degree, the Miami Heat couldn't help but get caught up in that...
  • Heat growing their game in D-League

    Heat growing their game in D-League
        You know you're in the D-League when?     We'll let former Miami Heat scout Pat Delany, who now is serving as coach of the Heat's NBA Development League affiliate, provide the answer:     "When we missed our connecting flight."     Chartered...