Miami Heat comes back in overtime to defeat Boston Celtics, take 2-0 lead in …
RAJON RONDO #9 of the Boston Celtics drives for a shot attempt in the first half against James Jones #22 and LeBron James #6 of the Miami Heat in Game Two of their Eastern Conference Finals of the 2012 NBA Playoffs on May 30 at American Airlines Arena
This is Chalmers, the brash, overconfident jokester who has evolved from liability to legitimate third-scoring threat for the Miami Heat. With Chris Bosh sidelined the past seven games, it has been Chalmers filling the scoring void with 3-point
By Mike Bianchi, Orlando Sentinel sports columnist The Miami Heat have replaced traditional benchmark organizations like the New York Yankees, Dallas Cowboys and Notre Dame Fighting Irish as the team America loves to hate. I'm not just saying this as
By Barry Jackson While the focus of the Heat's coaching staff remains squarely on the playoffs, a portion of the team's front office is splitting its attention between this series and draft preparation. The Heat, which has the 27th selection in the
The Miami Heat took a two game lead in their series after notching a 115 to 111 overtime win at home.