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NBA: Miami Heat’s Goran Dragic Exercises $19.2 Million Option For 2019-20 Season

With little more than two weeks until the start of one of the biggest NBA free agency periods in recent memory guard Goran Dragic of the Miami Heat made his intentions known. In a move that was highly expected Dragic informed Miami today that he was exercising his $19.2 million player option for the final year of his contract. The move was first reported by The Athletic. Dragic, who is
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BREAKING: Jimmy Butler Traded To The Philadelphia 76ers

The saga that has engulfed the Minnesota Timberwolves, their head coach/president Tom Thibodeau, and disgruntled star Jimmy Butler has come to a merciful end. Within the last few hours The Wolves have agreed to trade Butler and center Justin Patton to the Philadelphia 76ers in exchange for guard Robert Covington, forward Dario Saric, guard Jerryd Bayless, and a 2022 second round pick. The trade was first reported by ESPN's Adrian
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NBA: Can The Jimmy Butler Fiasco Land In Pat Riley’s Lap?

For the second year in a row Jimmy Butler has become the hottest trade target in the NBA and for the second year in a row the can be seen as a dumpster fire. Ever since news broke on September 18 that Butler met with Minnesota Timberwolves president/head coach Tom Thibodeau and general manager Scott Layden and demanded a trade to either the Brooklyn Nets, Los Angeles Clippers, or New
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NBA: Miami Heat Ready To Build From Last Season In Training Camp

After a very eventful summer in the NBA the 2017-18 season will kick off with training camp media days being help on September 25 with teams that include the Miami Heat. The Heat, coming off a season where it started with a 11-30 record only to flip that record in the second half and miss the playoffs by mere percentage points, hopes to build off that momentum as the teams
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NBA: Miami Heat Suspend Gerald Green For Two Games For ‘Detrimental Behavior’

Shortly after making the trade of guard Mario Chalmers official the Miami Heat put another matter to rest. The team announced that it is suspending guard Gerald Green for two games starting immediately due to 'detrimental behavior' stemming from an incident that had him hospitalized on November 4. Green put out an apology through the team. The Heat did not give specific details throughout Green's incident, as per their usual procedure,
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NBA: Inscriber 2015-16 Miami Heat Season Preview

The 2015-16 NBA season is here and the Miami Heat are hoping to change their fortunes from last year where almost everything that could wrong did. After missing the playoffs for only the fourth time in his tenure as president, Pat Riley rebuilt the roster around a core of guards Dwyane Wade and Goran Dragic, forward Chris Bosh, and center Hassan Whiteside with the intention of competing for a championship and at the same
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How Pat Riley Changed the Miami Heat In 20 Years

On September 2, 1995 on a Carnival Cruise ship Micky Arison, a few months from taking over as Managing General Partner of the Miami Heat from his father Ted and buying out minority owners Billy Cunningham and Lewis Schaffel, made an announcement that shook the NBA and South Florida. That announcement was the introduction of Pat Riley as both Heat head coach and President. In the 20 years since then its impact
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Miami Heat Trade Shabazz Napier to Orlando Magic

The 2015-16 NBA training camps are still weeks away, but that's not stopping teams from already trimming rosters. The Miami Heat got into the act earlier today by sending former 2014 first-round pick Shabazz Napier to the Orlando Magic in exchange for a future protected second-round pick. Moving Napier makes sense for the Heat on three fronts, the main one being money. Even though Napier will only make $1.3 million
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Dwyane Wade and Miami Heat Mend Fences

For all the posturing, the speculation, and the prematurely hurt feelings of fan bases, the Miami Heat and franchise shooting guard Dwyane Wade quietly agreed to an one-year $20 million extension that is favorable to both sides. The extension, first reported by Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press, makes Wade the second highest paid player on the Heat roster behind power forward Chris Bosh. It also allows Miami, depending on