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    Heat Announce Return Of Udonis Haslem, Hire Caron Butler As Assistant

    Udonis Haslem will return for his 18th season with the Miami Heat. The 40-year-old Haslem, who played four games last season, will sign a one year deal worth $2.5 million.  Haslem did not say whether this will be his final season in the league. The Heat also announced the hire of Caron Butler as an […] More

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    Clippers Hire Dan Craig As Assistant Coach

    Dan Craig has agreed to become an assistant coach with the Los Angeles Clippers. Craig was previously an assistant coach with the Miami Heat. Craig has spent his entire career with the Heat, including as head coach of the Sioux Falls Skyforce in the G League. The Clippers are also considering Chauncey Billups, Kenny Atkinson […] More

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    Zeke Nnaji Has Pre-Draft Workout With Heat

    Arizona freshman Zeke Nnaji worked out for the Miami Heat on Sunday, sources told Marc J. Spears of The Undefeated. Nnaji, the Pac-12 Freshman of the Year, averaged 16.1 points and 8.6 rebounds per game last season. Nnaji is currently ranked No. 35 on ESPN’s Best Available list. The Heat also recently requested an interview […] More

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    Heat Request Zoom Interview With Maryland’s Jalen Smith

    The Miami Heat requested a zoom interview with Jalen Smith of Maryland, sources told Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald. The 6-10 Smith averaged 15.5 points and 10.5 rebounds while shooting 36.8% from three last season. The Heat have the 20th pick in the upcoming NBA Draft.  Smith is currently ranked No. 20 in ESPN’s […] More

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    Jimmy Butler After Game 5 Win: ‘I Left It All Out On The Floor’

    Jimmy Butler finished with 35 points, 12 rebounds, and 11 assists in the Miami Heat’s 111-108 game 5 win over the Los Angeles Lakers. Butler played 47 minutes and 12 seconds in the game. “I left it all out on the floor along with my guys. And that’s how we’re gonna have to play from […] More

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    Last Two Minute Report Upholds Late Fouls On Jimmy Butler

    The NBA’s Last Two Minute report upheld two foul calls on Jimmy Butler in the final minute of Game 5 that drew complaints from Frank Vogel. “I felt two bad calls at the end put Butler to the line, you know, and that’s unfortunate in a game of this magnitude. Anthony Davis has a perfect […] More

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    Derrick Jones Jr. To Receive Interest From Cavaliers, Hornets, Hawks

    Derrick Jones Jr. will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason with the Miami Heat expected to receive competition from rival teams on the open market. Jones averaged 8.5 points, four rebounds and one steal in 23.3 minutes per game. The Cleveland Cavaliers, Charlotte Hornets and Atlanta Hawks are among the teams expected to pursue […] More

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    Lakers Win 2020 Title, LeBron James Named Finals MVP

    The Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Miami Heat 106-93 in Game 6 to win the 2020 NBA Finals. LeBron James was named Finals MVP, becoming the first player to win the award with three different franchises. “I put myself, my body and my mind in position to be available to my teammates,” James said. “I’ve […] More

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    Game 6 Records 2.1 Nielsen Rating, Watched By 5.6 Million Viewers

    Game 6 of the NBA Finals delivered a 2.1 Nielsen rating and was watched by 5.7 million viewers. Those numbers are comparable to Game 5, which had delivered the highest viewership of the series.  Game 6 competed with the Sunday Night Football game between the Seahawks and Vikings, which recorded a 3.2 rating with 11.42 […] More

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