The Miami Heat are done making noise as a team, but that doesn’t mean that they have to be silent as individuals. That’s just what some of them are doing, taking their free time to make the rounds with some media appearances. Never one for empty words, the Miami Heat’s...
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Udonis Haslem details why LeBron James and Dwyane Wade would ‘go at it’ during beginning of Big 3 era
The Miami Heat’s Big 3 era was the most successful time in franchise history. During those four years, the team made the NBA Finals four times and won two titles. Those teams were spearheaded by superstars LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. One of their teammates on that roster,...
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The founder of Miami’s annual Juneteenth Music & Food Festival is ready to celebrate with extra gusto this June 19. That’s because the U.S. Senate voted this week to make Juneteenth, the day celebrating the end of slavery in America, a national holiday. The bill heads to the House of Representative next. In Miami-Dade, county commissioners already voted to make the annual celebration a paid holiday.
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The offseason has arrived for the Miami Heat, who were swept out of the first round in the NBA playoffs by the Milwaukee Bucks — losing their four games by a combined 82 points. Before we deep dive into everything regarding the future months for this team, let’s discuss the...
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It's June, so you know what that means it's time to do if you're Udonis Haslem: absolutely never retire from the NBA. Never, not once. Every season since 2003, Udonis Haslem has ended the year as a member of the Miami Heat. From entering the league in Dwyane Wade's rookie season to now playing with teammate Precious Achiuwa, who was four years old when UD got started, Haslem has experienced every kind of season in a Heat uniform and decided to return the next season for another go at it. Unbelievably, he'll have to make that same choice in 2021.
Chris Bosh had an illustrious NBA career and will be a future Hall of Famer. Bosh was part of the iconic Miami Heat title-winning teams of the early 2010s, and he was famously part of their big three alongside LeBron James and Chris Bosh. The Reddit subreddit r/nba has recently...
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Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving recently caused a stir by stepping on the Boston Celtics logo at TD Garden, which provoked Hall of Famer Kevin Garnett to berate the 2016 champion. On the flip side, Miami Heat icon Udonis Haslem supported former NBA star Richard Jefferson’s passionate rant that Garnett...
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Udonis Haslem is getting back to work, which leads to the likelihood that the veteran power forward will be back in play for a 19th year next season with the Miami Heat. Despite appearing in only one game during the regular season (for a total of 2 minutes, 40 seconds) and none in the playoffs, Haslem said Monday he is headed back to AmericanAirlines Arena to immediately resume his offseason ...
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The Miami Heat found themselves in significant danger of being swept at home Saturday by the Milwaukee Bucks, and Udonis Haslem was not having it. After a strong first half, the Heat were the victims of a 24-4 Milwaukee run in the third quarter, leaving them behind in a must-win Game 4. That didn’t sit well with Haslem, a veteran leader for the Heat who appeared in just one regular season game.
Since signing with the Miami Heat as an undrafted free agent out of Michigan in 2018, Duncan Robinson’s focus has been on continuously developing his game. Robinson has done that, quickly earning the reputation as one of the NBA’s top shooters after spending most of his rookie season in the G League. In the last two regular seasons combined, only Sacramento’s Buddy Hield (553) and Portland’s Damian Lillard (545) have totaled more made threes than Robinson (520).
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Udonis Haslem supports LeBron James’ rant on fan who dumped popcorn on Russell Westbrook, indicates fan deserves beating
Miami Heat veteran Udonis Haslem sided with former teammate LeBron James in the Los Angeles Lakers star’s criticism of a fan who threw popcorn on Washington Wizards guard Russell Westbrook on Wednesday night. The incident took place during Game 2 of the Wizards’ playoff series against the Philadelphia 76ers as...
Heat's Udonis Haslem ejected minutes into season debut, potential final game after spat with Dwight Howard
Udonis Haslem almost never actually plays for the Miami Heat. At 40 years old, his on-court utility is limited. But he is a team legend, and he has tremendous value in the locker room, so the Heat have kept him on the roster well past his expiration date to hold him up as an example of their culture. He has played less than 600 minutes combined over the past six seasons, but at the end of the season, the Heat always find time for him in their home finale just in case he finally decides to retire. They want to give their fans one last chance to thank him for all that he has done for the organization.
Udonis Haslem had yet to play in his 18th NBA season before Thursday night when the Heat big man was finally able to get on the floor to face the 76ers. It was a historic moment for Haslem, who became the oldest player to play for the Heat. The 40-year-old...
NBA veteran Udonis Haslem played his first game of the season Thursday against the Sixers. Haslem got ejected after playing for two minutes following an altercation with Sixers' Dwight Howard. The Heat has been fueled by the 40-year-old's act in a positive way. Udonis Haslem’s altercation with Philadelphia 76ers center...
It took almost five months for Udonis Haslem to play in a game for the Miami Heat this season -- and he didn't last very long. Haslem, who appeared in a game for an 18th straight season, played three minutes before getting ejected early in the second quarter of Thursday night's game against the Philadelphia 76ers.
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Heat veteran Udonis Haslem’s season debut lasted three minutes. He saw his first minutes of the season, starting the second quarter of the Heat’s eventual 106-94 win over the Sixers on Thursday night, where he nearly came to blows with Sixers center Dwight Howard. Haslem, in his 18th NBA season,...
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Now that the Miami Heat have avoided the play-in tournament, they are aiming to finish with as high a seed as possible. During their Thursday contest against the first-place Philadelphia 76ers, Udonis Haslem took exception to Dwight Howard’s physicality and got ejected. This was Haslem’s first appearance in a game...
Udonis Haslem made his season debut Thursday night, and it was over almost as soon as it started. The Miami Heat forward, who was appearing in just his 15th game across the last three seasons and fifth in the last two seasons, lasted two minutes against the Philadelphia 76ers before he was tossed for making contact with Dwight Howard. Haslem and Howard had gotten tangled up in an earlier play leading to the Heat forward falling to the floor.