A hypothetical Kyle Lowry for D’Angelo Russell trade could solve a lot of problems for both the Miami Heat and Minnesota Timberwolves. On his podcast, Brian Windhorst made a suggestion that the Heat should look to move Kyle Lowry to the Timberwolves. A swap of Lowry for D’Angelo Russell might make a lot of sense
Dec 18, 2022; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Golden State Warriors center James Wiseman (33) dribbles the ball while sitting before warm up before a game against the Toronto Raptors at Scotiabank Arena. Mandatory Credit: John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports Tired of puny fake NBA trades that only include a handful of teams at a time? Boy,
Every Basketball Hall-of-Fame class is loaded with all-time greats. But the just-released nominees for the 2023 class are in a tier all their own. Yesterday, the Naismith Basketball Hall-of-Fame announced their nominees for the 2023 class and it’s shaping up to be an absolute doozy. Gregg Popovich is a first-time Basketball Hall of Fame nominee.
Udonis Haslem rarely gets a chance to start these days. But the Heat needed him Thursday night against a group of young players who weren’t even born when he joined the NBA. There are veteran leaders and then there is Udonis Haslem. He is currently in his 20th NBA season, all with the Miami Heat.
It seems like the Lakers may be trending away from trading Russell Westbrook, but that doesn’t mean he won’t eventually be on the move. Since moving to the bench, things have stabilized a bit for Russell Westbrook and the Lakers. They’ve won nine of their last 15 games and Westbrook has averaged 14.7 points, 7.5
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We all know the 3-point revolution has changed the NBA. But who were the teams most responsible for implementing it and pushing the game forward? “The Game Done Changed.” This statement is both an accurate interpretation of the state of the NBA and the title of the introduction chapter to author Mike Prada’s new book
In the boom times a couple of years ago, crypto companies snatched up arena naming rights around the league. With many of these firms now in jeopardy, stadiums may be looking for some new sponsors. About a year ago, cryptocurrency exchange, Crypto.com, paid $700 million for the naming rights to the Los Angeles Lakers home
Jim Rassol-USA TODAY Sports The Heat have a way of flying under the radar these days, but Miami fans have plenty of reasons to be excited about the 2022-23 NBA season. Erik Spoelstra deserves a ton of credit for keeping the Heat in the mix for Eastern Conference supremacy on an annual basis. Miami isn’t
The Miami Heat have inked Tyler Herro to a multi-year deal, but was it worth giving the Sixth Man of the Year that kind of raise? When the Miami Heat drafted Tyler Herro, the expectation was that he would join the legacy of sharpshooters that roamed South Beach. So far, he’s done quite well with
Any honest evaluation of Tyler Herro requires looking at his production compared to expectations, but also how much he’s actually developed. Most NBA players under 25 are somewhat difficult to project and build safe expectations around. Tyler Herro is a perfect example of the complications that come with projecting the talent of young players. Part
Over the past few years, no one has taken charges as frequently as Kyle Lowry. But as he heads toward retirement his charge record could eventually be in jeopardy. Amid all the hoopla of LeBron James moving up the career scoring list last season, another historic milestone was reached. On Dec. 19, 2021, Kyle Lowry
Donovan Mitchell made an update to his bio on Twitter that has members of the social media app reeling about what could come next. The NBA trade market has been incredibly slow-moving for a vast majority of this offseason, and news on the available stars has trickled out for weeks. Donovan Mitchell is the best
The New York Knicks made their path to Donovan Mitchell more difficult, opening the door for the Miami Heat to land Mitchell in a trade. The New York Knicks just extended their 2019 first-round draft pick, RJ Barrett, for four years on Monday night, making their path to land Donovan Mitchell much more difficult than it
Donovan Mitchell is likely the next NBA star that will be traded The Utah Jazz made a move on Wednesday night, acquiring Talen Horton-Tucker and Stanley Johnson from the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for Patrick Beverley. There’s a good chance they aren’t done dealing, though, and Donovan Mitchell could be the next one on
Miami Heat fans are doing what they can to subliminally get Donovan Mitchell to South Beach There has been much made about where Kevin Durant will end up once he’s traded from the Brooklyn Nets, and it’s overshadowed another substantial All-Star likely to move: Donovan Mitchell. The Utah Jazz hit a reset button of sorts
Former NBA star Antoine Walker believes that the Miami Heat would have surely defeated the Golden State Warriors if they replaced the Boston Celtics. Antoine Walker considers himself a proud NBA alumnus, beginning his professional career with the Boston Celtics in 1996 and winning an NBA championship with the Miami Heat in 2006. As someone
NBA rumors have linked the Miami Heat to Kevin Durant and Donovan Mitchell but teams don’t sound enthusiastic about trades involving Tyler Herro. This NBA offseason remains all about trade speculation surrounding Kevin Durant and Donovan Mitchell. And those two names aren’t mentioned often without the Miami Heat being brought up as a potential destination.
The Miami Heat will need to get a third team involved if they want to be the franchise that ends up dealing for Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell in a blockbuster trade. Even if the Miami Heat are interested in acquiring Donovan Mitchell from the Utah Jazz, they do not have the assets presently to orchestrate
Photo by Eric Espada/Getty Images Cubs: David Ross gets ejected for arguing Mets pitcher balked by John Buhler Chiefs, Orlando Brown can’t come to deal after late negotiations by John Buhler The Miami Heat have been linked in trade rumors to Kevin Durant and Donovan Mitchell. But would they settle for Kyrie Irving instead? The
The Phoenix Suns matched DeAndre Ayton’s offer sheet ‘the minute they received it’, per Adrian Wojnarowski. What this means for Kevin Durant and more: The Suns have matched Ayton’s four-year, $133 million offer sheet, per reports. The Pacers tried to sign Ayton in restricted free agency, but Phoenix will keep his rights, and cannot trade
Jim Rassol-USA TODAY Sports 2022 MLB Draft live stream reddit: How to watch the baseball draft by Alicia de Artola The Jazz changed course, saying they were willing to listen to trade offers on Donovan Mitchell. The Heat didn’t waste time throwing their hat in the ring. After trading Rudy Gobert, the Utah Jazz seemed
Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports UFC 276 Dricus Du Plessis looks to remind everyone who he is (Video) by Thomas Albano What happens when Canelo Alvarez fights angry? ‘Ask Caleb Plant’ by Jeremy Herriges Kevin Durant has officially requested a trade from the Brooklyn Nets and the Miami Heat roster has the pieces to get a
May 25, 2022; Miami, Florida, USA; Miami Heat forward Jimmy Butler (22) talks with guard Duncan Robinson (55) during the fourth quarter of game five of the 2022 eastern conference finals against the Miami Heat at FTX Arena. Mandatory Credit: Jim Rassol-USA TODAY Sports The Heat came up just short against the Celtics in this
When reflecting on his days in the league, Shaq looks at today’s game and says there’s “too much crying and boohooing” about NBA refs these days. There’s a generational battle that’s constantly being waged in today’s game: the notion that better basketball was played in the 1990s, and today’s game is soft in comparison. To
Shaq brings love to his hometown of Newark, NJ by teaming up with IcyHot to refurbish local basketball courts through his Comebaq Courts program. NEWARK, NEW JERSEY – JUNE 13: Shaquille O’Neal interacts with young participants as The Shaquille O’Neal Foundation & Icy Hot unveil “Comebaq Court” on June 13, 2022 in Newark, New Jersey.
KANSAS CITY, MO – OCTOBER 13: Joel Embiid #21 of the Philadelphia 76ers drives toward the basket as Hassan Whiteside #21 of the Miami Heat of the Miami Heat defends during the game at Sprint Center on October 13, 2017 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images) 3 reasons Clemson fans can still
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The Miami Heat would think about signing their former superstar Dwyane Wade, but they can only envision him in a role off the bench. The day that Dwyane Wade gets bought out from the Chicago Bulls appears to be drawing nearer every second, and there are many teams out there who would be interested in
Over the coming weeks, we at FanSided will do a team-by-team breakdown of each NBA franchise’s fantasy prospects for the 2017-18 season. Let’s continue today with the Miami Heat. Since the Miami Heat couldn’t land Gordon Hayward in free agency this offseason, they’re instead rolling back virtually the same core from last year. That helps create