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August 19, 2010
Dwyane Wade knows what he's going to hear for the next few days while he's in Chicago: So, why didn't you pick the Bulls? "I expect to hear that for a while," Wade told The Associated Press on Wednesday from Chicago, where his Wade's World Foundation will hold events involving more than 1,000 children this weekend. "Whatever jersey I'm wearing, I'm still here," said Wade, who met with the Bulls twice before re-signing with the Heat. "I'm still in the community. … It had nothing to do with Chicago.
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March 5, 2013
Schedule says Boston Dave Hyde Sun Sentinel After 22 straight wins, the schedule-maker will beat the Heat more than the Celtics on March 18. This is how it happens in the NBA, where regular-season wins and losses have to be measured by the schedule. The Celtics game is the third road game in four days for the Heat. They play at Milwaukee (March 15), at Toronto (March 17) and then in Boston. The Celtics, meanwhile, only play the lowly Bobcats in the four nights leading up to the game.
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By Matt Vensel | February 16, 2011
Dwyane Wade "probably threw the best pass in NBA history" in the first quarter of Miami's win over Indiana on Tuesday night. At least that's what Heat teammate LeBron James believes. (You know we're talking 65 years of NBA basketball here, right, LeBron?) "Great win for us tonight in Indy! [Wade] went Ham tonight and probably threw the best pass in NBA history. Check it out. " James said via Twitter after the game. Check out the video below and let me know if you agree with King James.
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October 21, 2012
Way too early to say Ira Winderman Sun Sentinel LeBron James will play where he feels most comfortable, and where he sees himself having the best chance to win. And if anyone has any idea about that in October 2012, they should scout out a sports book that offers futures lines for two seasons down the road. With the looming luxury tax and Dwyane Wade's lagging legs, even the Heat don't know where they'll stand in July 2014. And with legitimate uncertainty about whether Kobe Bryant truly will step away after 2013-14, the Lakers' future payroll remains in flux.
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October 10, 2012
Old story: Money talks Ira Winderman Sun Sentinel With Jordan Brand focusing on Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony, it made sense for Dwyane Wade to get out of the Nike shadow alongside LeBron James and Chris Bosh with the Heat. And, yet, the reality is that if Jordan Brand was willing to re-up with Wade, Wade likely would be continuing in the Nike division. What Li-Ning was able to provide that Nike did not need to offer is an equity stake in the brand. Such a shoe-agreement model could impact how the likes of James, Dwight Howard or Derrick Rose handle business going forward.
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June 24, 2012
Depends on D-Wade Brian Schmitz Orlando Sentinel The only team standing in the way of a Heat repeat is the Thunder, the team they just ousted in five games. The Thunder should be the obstacle again next June and for a few more Junes after that. Here's the thing: Dwyane Wade's window is now the Heat's window. He'll turn 31 in January, but he's an old 31 after a career of hitting the floor. A lot depends on D-Wade's health. Battered Mike Miller might retire.
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June 9, 2011
Wade, Heat will prevail Steve Svekis Sun Sentinel It's a best-of-three series now, and the Heat own home-court advantage. With that being the case, Dwyane Wade will take home his second championship and Finals MVP trophies. Despite LeBron James' putrid offensive production down the stretch during this series (2.3 points per fourth quarter), the Heat still have been in position to win each game. If James remains in hibernation, there is a chance the Heat could drop another game at home, and Dirk Nowitzki could get revenge for his 2006 failings against the Heat.
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June 30, 2010
Huge haul for Heat Ira Winderman Sun Sentinel If "The Plan" moves forward, after "The Meeting," and "The Cap" can be managed, then it is not out of the remarkable realm that LeBron James and Chris Bosh could be coming to Dwyane Wade's house in South Florida. Yes, as multiple sources told the Sun Sentinel earlier this week, Wade has pushed Heat President Pat Riley to move in that direction. It would mean other parts would have to fall into place, including dumping Michael Beasley's 2010-11 salary and possibly working out details with the Raptors to get Bosh his desired sign-and-trade, with the accompanying larger contractual payoff, from Toronto.
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May 8, 2012
Too good to let go K.C. Johnson Chicago Tribune Erik Spoelstra is as linked to Pat Riley as winning. So, yes, even if the Heat go 0-for-2 with the Big Three, Spoelstra will be back as coach. The better question is: Who would Riley get to replace Spoelstra? Riley knows as much as anyone that this roster still remains somewhat flawed. Frankly, that the Heat have overcome their glaring holes at center and point guard speak almost as much to Spoelstra's aptitude as the prodigious talents of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh.
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December 20, 2009
Jerry Jones still is hoping to have more than 100,000 people in Cowboys Stadium for the NBA All-Star Game in February. The league is less optimistic but still is expecting to shatter its attendance record of 62,046. "I know we'll be over [80,000]," NBA executive vice president Ski Austin said Saturday. Austin was among about 150 people involved with the All-Star Game who spent this week watching the $1.2 billion stadium become a basketball venue for the first time as No. 2 Texas beat No. 10 North Carolina 103-90 before 38,052 on Saturday.
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October 10, 2012
Old story: Money talks Ira Winderman Sun Sentinel With Jordan Brand focusing on Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony, it made sense for Dwyane Wade to get out of the Nike shadow alongside LeBron James and Chris Bosh with the Heat. And, yet, the reality is that if Jordan Brand was willing to re-up with Wade, Wade likely would be continuing in the Nike division. What Li-Ning was able to provide that Nike did not need to offer is an equity stake in the brand. Such a shoe-agreement model could impact how the likes of James, Dwight Howard or Derrick Rose handle business going forward.
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August 12, 2012
To title behind Howard Baxter Holmes Los Angeles Times The Lakers and Celtics have been knotted at 17 championships each, but Dwight Howard will lead the tiebreaking charge. Yes, Virginia, Kobe Bryant will have as many rings — six — as Michael Jordan. Oh, there's a season to be played? Semantics. Howard's back will be fine and the Lakers will roll through the West before meeting the Heat for it all. And there, you won't see LeBron James and company in the paint nearly as much as they are accustomed.
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June 24, 2012
Depends on D-Wade Brian Schmitz Orlando Sentinel The only team standing in the way of a Heat repeat is the Thunder, the team they just ousted in five games. The Thunder should be the obstacle again next June and for a few more Junes after that. Here's the thing: Dwyane Wade's window is now the Heat's window. He'll turn 31 in January, but he's an old 31 after a career of hitting the floor. A lot depends on D-Wade's health. Battered Mike Miller might retire.
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By Kevin Cowherd and The Baltimore Sun | June 14, 2012
Dwyane Wade says he plans to be more aggressive when his Miami Heat take on the Oklahoma City Thunder tonight in Game 2 of the NBA Finals. He better be. There are 70-year-old nuns who are more aggressive than Wade was in the Heat's Game 1 loss at OKC Tuesday night.  Yes, the Heat's superstar guard has a balky left knee that has given him problems all season. That's definitely part of the problem. The quick first step that used to help him blow by defenders seems a thing of the past.
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May 8, 2012
Too good to let go K.C. Johnson Chicago Tribune Erik Spoelstra is as linked to Pat Riley as winning. So, yes, even if the Heat go 0-for-2 with the Big Three, Spoelstra will be back as coach. The better question is: Who would Riley get to replace Spoelstra? Riley knows as much as anyone that this roster still remains somewhat flawed. Frankly, that the Heat have overcome their glaring holes at center and point guard speak almost as much to Spoelstra's aptitude as the prodigious talents of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh.
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April 16, 2012
Thunder and Bulls Teddy Greenstein Chicago Tribune I'll take the team with the Big Three, but not the LeBron-Wade-Bosh combo. I'll go with the Durant-Westbrook-Harden triumvirate that makes the Thunder an even more lethal offensive club than the flashy Heat. I'm predicting a Miami knockout in the Eastern Conference finals, courtesy of the Bulls. Chicago should have a surge of confidence after rallying against the Heat last week even though Derrick Rose played his worst game since learning how to walk.
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July 22, 2010
Tiger Woods' estimated endorsements for 2010 are worth $22 million less than last year, according to Sports Illustrated's annual analysis of the highest-earning American athletes. Woods is still No. 1 on the list, as he has been for the rankings' seven years, but his estimated total earnings of more than $90 million are down 30 percent from nearly $128 million two years ago. Phil Mickelson is again No. 2 with total earnings of more than $61 million. His estimated endorsement income is $52 million; Woods' is $70 million.
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August 12, 2012
To title behind Howard Baxter Holmes Los Angeles Times The Lakers and Celtics have been knotted at 17 championships each, but Dwight Howard will lead the tiebreaking charge. Yes, Virginia, Kobe Bryant will have as many rings — six — as Michael Jordan. Oh, there's a season to be played? Semantics. Howard's back will be fine and the Lakers will roll through the West before meeting the Heat for it all. And there, you won't see LeBron James and company in the paint nearly as much as they are accustomed.
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June 9, 2011
Wade, Heat will prevail Steve Svekis Sun Sentinel It's a best-of-three series now, and the Heat own home-court advantage. With that being the case, Dwyane Wade will take home his second championship and Finals MVP trophies. Despite LeBron James' putrid offensive production down the stretch during this series (2.3 points per fourth quarter), the Heat still have been in position to win each game. If James remains in hibernation, there is a chance the Heat could drop another game at home, and Dirk Nowitzki could get revenge for his 2006 failings against the Heat.
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By Ira Winderman, Tribune Newspapers | June 3, 2011
— They have experienced turbulence so often this season that it only seems fitting that any championship flight include at least one final jolt on the way to the desired destination. There was the blown 19-point second-half lead against the Utah Jazz in November, when power forward Paul Millsap, for the first time in his career, turned into a 3-point specialist. There was the fadeaway jumper by Rudy Gay two weeks later for a walk-off win by the Memphis Grizzlies. There was the blown 15-point lead in a loss to the New York Knicks in late February and the 24-point blown lead against the Orlando Magic in early March.
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