Heat Zone - Palm Beach Post Legendary Miami Heat shooting guard Dwyane Wade has agreed to continue his playing career for one last season, as the future Hall of Famer announced himself on a 10-minute YouTube video. Neither terms nor extra details of the agreement have been revealed. “I feel it’s right to ask you guys to join me for one last dance, for one last season. This is it. I have given this game everything I had and I’m happy about that. And Imma give it, for one last
Clutchpoints *The NBA offseason is cooling down, but the takes at OTG aren't. This month, we are hitting you with the Hot Take Marathon. Check back every day for a spicy NBA take!* The Brooklyn Nets should make some significant strides next season. Their offseason has been widely praised by fans and pundits alike. However, a lot of their success hinges on the form of 4th year point guard, D’Angelo Russell. D’Lo showed some nice glimpses of potential as franchise piece for the
Fourteen games into the season and the Miami Heat are at 6-8 after a loss on Wednesday night to the Washington Wizards. Last season at this point in the year, the Miami Heat’s record was 4-10 and they would continue that until the midway point of the season when they were 11-30. Over the next 41 games, they went 30-11 and looked like a great team. The off-season was full of speculation about how good this Miami team could be if they started the year with the same team that go
In an NBA offseason full of superstars changing home addresses, the Miami Heat’s offseason flew under the radar. The team committed a combined $154 million to returning players Dion Waiters, James Johnson and Josh Richardson. While also signing former Boston Celtics forward Kelly Olynyk to a four year $50 million contract. Pat Riley is bringing back the core of a Heat team that went on a second half resurgence and posted a 30-11 record, yet fell short of the playoffs. The tea
Push literally came to shove on Wednesday night as the final games of the regular season for the Miami Heat and Charlotte Hornets have literally become play-in games for the eighth berth in the Eastern Conference.
A struggling Hassaan Whiteside had become frustrated after he was scoreless and in foul trouble in the first half in going 0-for-3 with five rebounds. With 9:23 remaining in the third quarter and the Heat holding onto a 61-58 advantage, Whiteside’s wingspan won
After the losses of Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, the Miami Heat began to settle into what started as a disappointing season. After losing 10 of their last 11 games, the team sat of the bottom of the standings with an 11-30 record. Things began to look better as the team began a four game homestand with an impressive 109-103 victory over MVP candidate James Harden and the Houston Rockets. The team continued winning with victories over the Dallas Mavericks and Milwaukee Bucks.