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The Heat’s Jimmy Butler, 11th in NBA?

Ever since the Miami Heat began to seriously pursue Jimmy Butler, there’s been a debate about exactly what he is. A star? A superstar? Something in between? The general consensus put him roughly 15th in the NBA, with Butler getting credit for being one of the league’s few true two-way players, along with Kawhi Leonard, […]

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Porn site bids to name Heat’s arena

Porn sites naming the most important arena of the state. Only in Miami. If you haven’t heard, the Miami Heat and American Airlines Arena have ended one part of their relationship, as far as the arena on 601 Biscayne Blvd. The Triple-A is no more. So what about the Double Ds? OK, that’s the last […]

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The Heat have their Hero and Herro together

The Hero and Herro. Well, this was refreshing. As the Dolphins tank away everything but their toilets at the Davie practice facility, we’re getting closer to the no-tank team in town getting rolling again. The Miami Heat open training camp on October 1st. The Dolphins will likely have lost four games by then. So it […]

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Miami Heat open at home against Grizzlies

When you are desperate for NBA content, you take what you can get. So it is every August with the league’s schedule release, which just tells you that your team is playing all the teams you would expect them to play — only adding the when to the who. So now we know some things […]

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O Captain! My Captain! What Haslem return means for Miami Heat

The OG is back to protect the CULTURE for a 17th season. Jimmy Butler was the “orca” acquisition Riley had been craving, but don’t discount the importance of bringing back Mr. 305 for the Miami Heat. We all know the narrative around Haslem at age 39, UD has seen the twitter chatter too. Yet, anybody […]

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Why are 76ers fans acting so stupid?

There’s a reason for the Miami Heat to have a rivalry with many of the teams in the NBA’s Eastern Conference. The Knicks…. naturally, though that’s now going back more than two decades to any real relevancy. The Pacers, because of all those times Paul George fell short in South Florida, after his stops at […]