The NBA trade deadline is less than 24 hours away and the Miami Heat are now making moves to address some roster issues. Earlier today ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported that the Heat traded guard Tyler Johnson to the Phoenix Suns in exchange for forward Ryan Anderson. Miami also included guard Wayne Ellington as part of the trade. The Suns are expected to waive Ellington who will then be eligible to
Entering the 2016-17' season, many expected the Tampa Bay Lightning to contend for, and possibly win, the Stanley Cup. There was no mention of trades because the Bolts were expected to be fighting for a division title come late January. That isn't the case though, as the Tampa Bay Lightning enter the NHL All-Star break with 50 points. Yes, you read that right. 50 STINKING POINTS! They're fighting to stay
The 2015-16 NBA season is young, but the Miami Heat are already making moves. The team has agreed to send guard Mario Chalmers and forward James Ennis to the Memphis Grizzlies in exchange for guard Beno Udrih, forward Jarnell Stokes, and a future second round pick in separate trades. The deals is awaiting final approval by the league office. The moves was first reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports. While speculation about
So far it's good to be home if you're the Miami Heat this NBA season. After a tough road loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers the Heat hoped to get back on track tonight against the Houston Rockets at American Airlines Arena. The game was a tale of two different halves that had the Heat down as much as 21 points before a furious comeback got the team a hard earned 109-89 win.
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
In four days the Miami Heat will begin training camp in preparation for the 2015-16 NBA season. The team will look to turn the page from last season where almost everything that could go wrong did. From seeing forward LeBron James bolt back to Cleveland to having forward Chris Bosh go down with blood clots on the same day guard Goran Dragic was acquired via trade, the Heat were not able to mesh
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
ST PETERSBURG -- The Tampa Bay Lightning are captained by one of the NHL's most captivating stars in Steven Stamkos. However, Stamkos isn't on the first line, and he doesn't hold the team lead for playoff points. Instead it's the team's 'triplets' line that has sparked the remarkable Lightning championship run. The dangerous line consists of Nikita Kuchoerov, Ondrej Palat, and Tyler Johnson. The trio has scored 55 points for