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  • Sixers vs. Heat: 3 storylines to watch and how to live stream the game

    Sixers vs. Heat: 3 storylines to watch and how to live stream the game originally appeared on nbcsportsphiladelphia.com Fresh off the All-Star break, the Sixers (37-21) look to build on their 23-7 home record Thursday at Wells Fargo Center (23-7) against the Miami Heat (26-30). Here are the essentials: • When: 7 p.m. ET with Sixers Pregame Live at 6:30 p.m.
    22 Feb @ 7AM

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  • Will to win: Damian Lillard's rare gifts power the Blazers inside and out

    Read part 1 on how this Blazers season will be defined on Portland's success in the postseason. Damian Lillard and Evan Turner stayed up late into the early hours of Sunday watching boxing and chatting. Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez lost his perfect 46-0 record and then Gennady Golovkin went 12 rounds with Danny Jacobs.
    21 Feb @ 3AM

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  • Joel Embiid struggling with knee injury

    The Philadelphia 76ers have confirmed Joel Embiid is set for a period on the sidelines with a left knee injury. Embiid has been ruled out of Thursday's game against the Miami Heat as a precaution after experiencing soreness in the joint, the team announced Wednesday. The 24-year-old had an MRI exam after the All-Star break, though it revealed no structural damage.
    20 Feb @ 10PM

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  • Riley on LeBron leaving Heat: I saw a dynasty fly out the window

    Pat Riley thinks the Miami Heat had a good chance to win more championships if LeBron James remained with the team. James left the Cavaliers to team up with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami in July 2010. The trio made four NBA Finals appearances and won two titles together before James returned to Cleveland prior to the 2014-15 season.
    20 Feb @ 2AM

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  • Dwyane Wade, LeBron James connect 1 last time with All-Star game alley-oop

    LeBron James and Dwyane Wade had one of the great connections in NBA history, teaming up to play in four straight NBA Finals while winning a pair of championships with the Miami Heat. On Sunday, the close friends had a chance to rekindle that connection one last time at the NBA All-Star game, and they made the most of it. Early in the third quarter, Kevin Durant threw an outlet pass to a streaking Wade off a rebound.
    18 Feb @ 6AM

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  • Chris Bosh decides 'not to pursue' NBA career anymore

    Chris Bosh said he will no longer pursue an NBA career after having not played in the league since the 2015-16 season. He'll retire at the same time his jersey is retired next month by the Miami Heat. He spoke with Bill Simmons of The Ringer about it for the podcast (h/t Bleacher Report): “That part of my life is over.
    13 Feb @ 2PM

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  • NBA says key call was missed late in Heat-Warriors game

    Golden State's Kevin Durant should have been called for a discontinued dribble on the Warriors' final possession of what became their 120-118 win over the Miami Heat, the NBA said Monday in a report detailing all calls made in the last 2 minutes of the game. Golden State made a pair of free throws on that possession, the final points of the game. The league, in its Last Two Minute Report that is released after close games, said it reviewed multiple video angles to determine that Durant's dribble was not interrupted by the ball making inadvertent contact with the foot or shin of Heat defender Justise Winslow and 'a discontinued dribble should have been called on Durant.
    13 Feb @ 12PM

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  • Heat coach Erik Spoelstra avoids fine after criticizing officials

    Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra asked the NBA not to fine him, and the league obliged. Despite criticizing the officials following Sunday's loss to the Golden State Warriors, Spoelstra managed to avoid a fine from the NBA. Spoelstra's comments came after officials missed a double dribble by Kevin Durant on the Warriors' final possession of the game.
    13 Feb @ 6AM

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  • Warriors vs. Heat Watch Guide: Lineups, injuries and player usage

    Warriors vs. Heat Watch Guide: Lineups, injuries and player usage originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com OAKLAND -- There may be only one way a 21st Century shooting guard without a reliable 3-point shot can glide into the Hall of Fame. Answer to the name Dwyane Wade. Wade makes his final appearance at Oracle Arena on Sunday, when the Miami Heat face the Warriors.
    12 Feb @ 7AM

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  • Miami's Dwyane Wade clears concussion protocol after fall

    Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade cleared the concussion protocol and avoided a serious injury after crashing hard to the floor at the end of the first quarter against Sacramento on Friday night. Wade's head bounced off the floor and he immediately grabbed the back of his head, and then rolled onto his stomach, where he lay while being checked by a team trainer. This is Wade's 16th and final NBA season, and Commissioner Adam Silver made him a special addition to the roster for next Sunday's All-Star Game in Atlanta, which would be Wade's 13th All-Star appearance.
    10 Feb @ 1PM

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