Holy ball movement, Batman! The Miami Heat absolutely dismantled the New Jersey Nets, and they did so by moving the ball and finding the open shooter consistently, accounting for 30 assists on Tuesday night in South Beach. The Heat extended their home-game winning streak to 10 games by beating the Nets 108-78. The last time the Heat lost a game in Miami was back on Jan. 22 when they went up against the Heatle killers, the Milwaukee Bucks.
With Dwyane Wade sidelined with a plethora of lingering injuries, ranging from a bruised foot to a sprained ankle, the only certain thing in South Beach is the fact that it's LeBron James' time to shine, and that begins Tuesday nigh... Read Post
Dwyane Wade left Friday night's matchup between the Miami Heat and Denver Nuggets midway through the fourth quarter after rolling his right ankle in gruesome fashion. Wade got tangled up in the lane, and as a result his ankle bent a... Read Post