Luke Babbitt
Club
Miami Heat
Nationality
Nevada
Date Of Birth
20 June 1989
Position
F
Height
6 ft 9 in (2.06 m)
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  • Imagine if the Cavs kept mostly the same roster next year except they replaced LeBron w/ a low level SF like Luke Babbit…
    18 May @ 10PM

  • Heat start Tyler Johnson in the second half of Luke Babbitt, so the lineup already changing.
    7 Mar @ 12AM

  • [email protected] chats with forward Luke Babbitt after Monday's victory about his 3-point stroke, his comfort level being b…
    6 Mar @ 4AM

  • Luke Babbitt knocked down 4 of these in the 1st half tonight! https://t.co/ClwQCZeCSl
    6 Mar @ 3AM

  • #PHXvsMIA: 30-27 Miami lead as we head into the 2nd quarter. Luke Babbitt is leading all scorers with 12. 4-of-7 from Downt…
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  • Miami Heat center Kelly Olynyk donates his hair to charity

    Miami Heat big man Kelly Olynyk chopped of his hair this weekend, donating it to charity. Kelly Olynyk’s man-bun is no more. The Miami Heat big man chopped off his iconic long hair over the weekend, shedding a look that was years in the making.
    7 May @ 11PM

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  • Dragic looks to summer, sees bright future in Miami

    Goran Dragic is going back to his native Slovenia in a few weeks for the summer. There's a couple of weddings the Miami Heat guard needs to attend, a trip scheduled with his wife to Paris for a fashion show and probably even some pickup basketball to remind his friends that he's an NBA All-Star and they aren't. Winning the European title last summer is still a huge deal to Slovenians, which means Dragic's homecoming will be a huge deal as well.
    5 May @ 8PM

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  • Dragic looks to summer, sees bright future in Miami

    Goran Dragic is going back to his native Slovenia in a few weeks for the summer. There's a couple of weddings the Miami Heat guard needs to attend, a trip scheduled with his wife to Paris for a fashion show and probably even some pickup basketball to remind his friends that he's an NBA All-Star and they aren't. Winning the European title last summer is still a huge deal to Slovenians, which means Dragic's homecoming will be a huge deal as well.
    4 May @ 2PM

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  • Dwyane Wade surprises 'Waffle House Hero' James Shaw Jr. on 'Ellen'

    Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade (left) surprised ‘Waffle House Hero’ and longtime Wade fan James Shaw Jr. (center) during an episode of ‘Ellen’ that aired Wednesday. James Shaw Jr.‘s well-deserved moment in the American spotlight continued Wednesday, as the man now referred to as “The Waffle House Hero” got the opportunity to meet his hero — future Hall of Famer Dwyane Wade. The 29-year-old visited Ellen DeGeneres’ syndicated talk show to discuss the harrowing experience of being at an Antioch, Tenn., Waffle House on April 22 when a man entered the restaurant with an AR-15 rifle and opened fire, killing four patrons and injuring several others.
    3 May @ 12AM

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  • Heat president Pat Riley on Hassan Whiteside’s postseason: ‘He wasn’t ready. He wasn’t in great shape’

    In the case of Hassan Whiteside, the enigmatic Heat center who was a nonfactor in the playoffs and complained about how he was being utilized by coach Erik Spoelstra, Pat Riley made it clear that he wasn’t happy with the entirety of the situation. Whiteside dealt with injuries during the season and didn’t want to wear a knee brace that the Heat insisted upon, and Riley said that if Whiteside and Spoelstra need an intervention to solve their relationship issues – if any – he’ll handle it. Riley also didn’t mince words, saying Whiteside needs to make changes.
    2 May @ 8PM

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