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El sur de Florida, con todo su glamour y eclecticismo, recibió un duro golpe esta semana cuando los dueños de equipos de la NFL hicieron pedazos el sueño de Miami de convertirse nuevamente en sede de un Super Bowl. En una votación que resultó en...
The undermanned Bulls ended the Heat’s 27-game winning streak Wednesday night, and of course the 1972 Miami Dolphins popped champagne. Or something like that. But with Nazr Mohammed starting -- no lie -- and Kirk Hinrich ripping the ball out of...
Don’t look now, and Derrick Rose apparently isn’t, but the Bulls franchise player’s image could become a five-alarm fire in the next two weeks. I didn’t think there was anything worse than Rose’s sitting on the bench in...
That sound — oomph! — you heard — bam! — coming from — pow! — AmericanAirlines Arena on Monday night — thud! — wasn't just the calamitous sound of flying limbs and colliding body parts. It was the...
MIAMI — The clock was moving to zeroes, the Heat were down a point, LeBron James took the inbounds pass and, there he went, accelerating to the basket to win the unwinnable game and save the unsave-able night. Isn't that it? Hadn't the Heat lost...
Shot after shot before Monday night's Bulls-Lakers game at the United Center, Derrick Rose smoothly lofted high-arching attempts four feet beyond the 3-point line that fell softly through the net. Five straight baskets represented Rose's longest...
The preseason portion of the playoffs is over. It was a challenge so soft that it did not even require Dwyane Wade or anything close to the best of the Heat for Sunday's sweep-completing 88-77 victory. For their next act, the Bucks will now...
Not Brooklyn. Too thin. Not Chicago. Too hurt. Not New York. Too one-dimensional. This might be the hardest part of the spring for the Heat, the waiting. The time debating the issue of rest vs. rust. And as the Heat wait, and wait, for their...
Well, that was odd. It's one thing to bring back a deposed coach for a second chance. The Memphis Grizzlies profited from such a move with Lionel Hollins. The Los Angeles Lakers certainly did with Phil Jackson. So the Cleveland Cavaliers...
It could have been an awkward moment. On one hand, Erik Spoelstra was in the process of recruiting Ray Allen as a free agent. On the other, he also was preparing to send him to the bullpen. To say it was a delicate situation is an understatement....
MIAMI — The first shot that sank Milwaukee was not from LeBron James or Dwyane Wade. It was from Chris "Birdman" Andersen. He put in a rebound to start the fourth quarter and got a free throw out of the play as well. He sank that, too, thank you...
Tags: Sports, Norris Cole, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat
Now that's how you start a playoffs if you're LeBron James, barely missing a shot, leading all players in assists and rebounds and then summing up the night's story not with a rafter-shaking dunk but with something lighter. More fun. By flapping your...
Tags: Sports, Monta Ellis, Brandon Jennings, Dwyane Wade, LeBron James
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