The abandoning of the Miami Heat ship that has been taking place over the past two days (TWO. DAYS.) has forced me to come out of retirement.
We knew the irritation ringing in our ears of the ‘LeBron going back to Cleveland’ narrative would be strong. The Cavaliers winning the first pick earlier this week, however, has transferred that attention meant for the offseason to the Eastern Conference Finals.
I wonder if LeBron James became more motivated to play with the Los Angeles Clippers after overcoming their 42 free throws and 21 offensive rebounds in the Miami Heat’s 116-112 road win Wednesday night.
This piece regarding 2014 free agents is a little ambitious to say the least.
Hardly three years ago, the Miami Heat were being told to break up the band.
The Miami Heat have been at their busiest of the offseason this past week as they finalize the final training camp roster and make refined changes to the coaching staff.
In the days leading up to the week that allowed teams to waive their players by way of the amnesty clause, it was debated in circles outside of the Miami Heat organization whether or not Mike Miller or Joel Anthony would be a recipient of their walking papers.