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Miami Heat Insider: The Next Chapter Begins

MIAMI — As the Miami Heat locker room opened for the first pregame media session of the 2016-17 NBA preseason, the biggest presence was an absence. Two of them, actually. The circular room was almost silent, a stark contrast from the echo chamber it often has been. All 19 players on the active roster set up camp elsewhere as reporters scrolled through social media and held recorders that had nothing to record.
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