Avery Bradley inks two-year deal with the Heat

From nba.com: Free agent guard Avery Bradley has signed a two-year deal with the Miami Heat, the team announced on Monday. The veteran guard had been an integral part of the Los Angeles Lakers prior to the shutdown in March, coming off the bench for 8.6 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game. Bradley did not participate in the season restart in Orlando, opting out for family reasons. The 10-year veteran is known for his 3-point shooting and defensive ability. > Free Agent Tracker

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Chris Bosh was not too happy with how Lebron James informed him he was leaving the Heat

Bosh was initially hurt by James’ decision to leave South Beach but the two have since reconciled from Chris Bengel of cbssports.com LeBron James has made several big decisions when it comes to free agency during his NBA career. Not all of those choices have landed well with teammates. When James was leaving the Miami Heat to sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2014, teammate Chris Boshwasn’t exactly thrilled with the method in which he heard the news. In an appearance on the “All the Smoke” podcast with Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson, Bosh revealed that he…

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Goran Dragic resigns with the Heat

From the South Florida Sun Sentinel’s Ira Winderman: Goran Dragic confirmed during the opening minute of Friday’s NBA free-agency negotiation period that he will return to the Miami Heat. The agreement means the Heat effectively are removed from the salary-cap space game to directly sign a high-priced outside free agent. Dragic made his announcement on social media, posting, “I’m glad that I can announce that I’m staying.”

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Could the Lebron, AD and the Lakers be in trouble?

For many, Game 5 of the 2020 served merely as the preceding formality to a coronation. Whether they like to admit it, it seems the Lakers had one eye on the Larry O’Brien trophy. Wearing special shoes and talk of the honor of winning for Kobe is a clear giveaway that there were thoughts that the end of the NBA Finals would soon be at hand. Media members of the Lebron James Fanboy Association were preparing their talking points to spread to the masses of how James is now the…

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Game 5 2020 NBA Finals Recap

Who Got It Done pt rb ast Jimmy ButlerMIA @ LAL 35 12 11   Triple-double, 5 stl LeBron JamesLAL vs. MIA 40 13 7   6-9 3-pt Anthony DavisLAL vs. MIA 28 12 3   3 stl , 3 blk Duncan RobinsonMIA @ LAL 26 5 2   7-13 3-pt Kendrick NunnMIA @ LAL 14 4 3 K. Caldwell-PopeLAL vs. MIA 16 3 2 Bam AdebayoMIA @ LAL 13 4 4 Tyler HerroMIA @ LAL 12 1 3 Rajon RondoLAL vs. MIA 4 5 5   2 stl Danny GreenLAL vs. MIA 8 1…

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Heat pushes Finals to sixth game with 111-108 victory

By Tim Reynolds, AP Basketball Writer LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) The trophy was ready.  Jimmy Butler and the Miami Heat delayed its appearance. The NBA Finals are not over, not after Butler and the Heat pulled off a virtuoso performance in Game 5 on Friday night.  Butler had 35 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists, and the Heat watched Danny Green’s wide-open 3-pointer in the final seconds bounce off the rim on the way to beating Los Angeles 111-108 – cutting the Lakers’ lead in the title series to…

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Dragic a no-go for Game 4

Miami Heat point guard Goran will not play in Game 4 of the Finals according to The Athletic and Stadium’s Shams Charania. Dragic suffered a torn plantar fascia in the left foot in the second quarter of game 1 and it seems more than not than he will watch the Finals from the sidelines.

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Miami’s Adebayo to give it a go in Game 4

From Jasmin Wimbish of cbssports.com: The Miami Heat will have their All-Star big man in Bam Adebayo for Game 4 of the NBA Finals against the Los Angeles Lakerson Tuesday night, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. After injuring his neck in Game 1, which required him to miss the second half of that contest, Adebayo was sidelined for the next two games while trying to get back to 100 percent health. In his absence, the Heat managed to take a game off of the Lakers, and trail 2-1 in the series heading into the Game 4 showdown on Tuesday…

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Lakers loss in game 3: Bump in the road or do we have a real series?

I have no rooting interest in the NBA Finals; all I want to see as many games of quality basketball in this series as possible. After watching the first two games of the 2020 NBA Finals, I thought I would be denied that , as the Lakers easily overwhelmed the Heat in the first two contests. While I fully expected to continue to compete, I did not have the expectation, as I did with Denver, that they were always on the verge of a comeback. It seemed that the Heat…

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