Miami Heat president Pat Riley said Monday that the team is no longer trying to bring Chris Bosh back into the fold. Riley confirmed that Bosh will likely never suit up for the Heat again in light of his blood clot issues. “We are not,” Riley said Monday, via Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel. “I think Chris is still open-minded. But we are not working toward...
Here’s a look at who's manning the paint in the middle for the Miami Heat this season. Here’s a new look at the Miami Heat position-by-position as we head into training camp and a new season. Here's the final piece as be finish all positions. Yesterday, we looked at the power forward position. Click here to read about that.We conclude today by examining the team's centers...
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With Dwyane Wade gone and Chris Bosh not yet cleared to return, it is time for the Miami Heat to focus on and build around Goran Dragic. The Miami Heat made headline after headline this offseason. Between losing Dwyane Wade, signing Tyler Johnson to a 4-year, $50 million contract and dealing with Chris Bosh’s continuing […] Miami Heat: Why it is time to build around Goran Dragic...
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The relationship between Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat has reportedly turned icy in recent months, and Bosh failing his pre-camp physical is not going to help smooth things over. Shortly after the Heat announced Bosh has not been cleared for training camp, Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical reported that Bosh has not spoken with Heat president Pat Riley in months. Woj also says...
Miami Heat forward Justise Winslow hit up Thursday night’s game at Marlins Park, and he did a thing that most fans at the ballpark wouldn’t do. He caught a home run ball and threw it back. Winslow wasn’t at Wrigley Field, but he was still passionate enough about the home team that when Matt Kemp hit his second home run of the game, the Heat big man snagged the ball and threw...
This Friday, Shaquille O'Neal will be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Earlier this week, Pat Riley reminisced about the Big Diesel's time with the Miami Heat and told Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel, "Shaq's acquisition was bigger than any acquisition we've ever made, including the Big Three." Riley went on to say in the same interview...
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