MIAMI –— The last time they met this opponent in the playoffs, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade turned it into a personal showcase. A year later, while admitting that was the most “fun” they had playing together, they realize such efforts are no longer needed as often. Even with a healthy Chris Bosh available for [...]
MIAMI— The Miami Heat were good enough to get past the Indiana Pacers in six games in the second round of last season’s playoffs. Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said with upgraded play from several Pacers this season that more will be required to again vanquish Indiana in the impending Eastern Conference finals. [...]
The Sun Sentinel’s Ira Winderman sits down with CineSport’s Brian Clark to preview the Heat-Pacers Eastern Conference finals matchup and what’s changed since last year’s playoff series.
MIAMI — The Miami Heat could have to wait until Monday before learning their opponent in the Eastern Conference finals. That doesn’t mean they are unable to begin the preparation. While they await the Indiana Pacers or New York Knicks, the focus Friday was making sure they avoid a repeat of what happened the last [...]
By Scott Travis Sun Sentinel 5:54 p.m. EDT, April 23, 2013 The Florida Atlantic University communications professor known for the controversial Sandy Hook comments is now raising questions about the accuracy of the Boston Marathon tragedy. James Tracy, an associate professor of communications, said on his personal blog, Memory Hole, that “what is now evident [...]
One week following Adam Scott’s Masters championship, the PGA Tour heads to Hilton Head, SC for the RBC Heritage. CineSport’s Noah Coslov and PGATOUR.com’s John Swantek preview the event.
By Ira Winderman South Florida Sun Sentinel 1:15 p.m. EST, March 5, 2013 MIAMI— Yes, Chris Bosh is back at it, this time with Dwyane Wade as the latest photo/video-bombing target. Such is the result when it’s all good, as has been with the case with the Heat in what now is a franchise-record 15-game [...]
By Ira Winderman South Florida Sun Sentinel 10:50 a.m. EST, February 13, 2013 OKLAHOMA CITY— It wasn’t quite the national audience the Heat will have for Thursday’s NBA Finals rematch in Oklahoma City, but Tuesday’s game against the Trail Blazers was featured on NBA TV, thereby receiving the national scrutiny of Greg Anthony and Chris [...]
Q: What did LeBron James mean saying the Heat is ‘not very talented?’ Throw in Wade’s and Bosh’s benching in the fourth quarter last night and this team looks in trouble. – Bernie Yerke, Miramar. A: In trouble? Let’s not get overdramatic. Every season has issues and last night’s loss in Utah was one for [...]
MIAMI— It has been five months since the Heat won the 2012 NBA championship and even in the wake of a lockout-shortened regular season, there had been nary a word about a tainted championship. Until now. Enter TNT/NBA TV analyst Shaquille O’Neal. A member of the Heat’s 2006 championship team that [...]