The Miami Heat just won their second straight NBA title, and every rotation player (except Chris Andersen) is under contract for next season. And yet, there's still a pervasive notion that the champs improve
Basking in the afterglow of a second straight NBA title, Dwyane Wade has finally come clean about the knee problems that turned him into a shell of himself for much of the Miami Heat's championship run.
It seems like it was just yesterday when LeBron James joined Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat to form the NBA's newest Big Three. The trio came together in unexpected fashion, and the Heat quickly
LeBron James answered whatever doubters he still had with his second NBA title, silencing the tired criticisms of his jump shot, his ability to perform under pressure and his leadership in the process.
With Game 1 of the NBA Finals in the books, the Miami Heat lost home court advantage, and are on the pressure cooker once again headed into Game 2. Heat fans were enjoying a series being nil-nil, until
Game 1 of the NBA Finals was as close as can be, setting the stage for what is poised to be a long, hotly contested series between the San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat. San Antonio didn't put the away
Tony Parker is one of the most talented and dangerous point guards in the NBA, and the Miami Heat are getting a taste of what teams in the Western Conference have been dealing with all season. The San
The San Antonio Spurs took Game 1 of the NBA Finals from the Miami Heat due to outstanding play from their point guard. Raja Bell joins Bleacher Report to discuss the problem that the Miami Heat are confronted
The Miami Heat has got this, even without a vintage Dwyane Wade. Bothered by a bruised right knee, Wade's performance during the NBA playoffs has served as a harbinger of doubt. Averaging a career postseason