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The HEAT should avoid trading for Chris Paul

After losing to the Golden State Warriors for the second consecutive season, it’s clear the Houston Rockets are looking to shake things up. While Rockets general manager Daryl Morey says James Harden and Chris Paul are safe, that hasn’t stopped the trade rumors from circulating.

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Report: Vince Carter would consider HEAT in free agency

Fresh off of playing in his 21st season, Atlanta Hawks free agent guard Vince Carter is giving it one more season. Appearing on ESPN’s “The Jump” on Wednesday, the 42-year-old veteran announced that his plans to retire after next season. Once he signs a new deal with a team, he’ll become the first player in NBA history to play in 22 NBA seasons.

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Warrior Injury Woes Continue – Tietze Curse

On Monday night Kevon Looney was ruled out indefinitely by the Golden State Warriors with a right first costal cartilage fracture.  This latest injury just adds to the injury woes of the Warriors, who are still without Kevin Durant who is recovering from a mild calf strain and has not been cleared to play while Klay Thompson who suffered a mild hamstring strain in game 2 of the finals is listed as questionable for game three.

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Ja Morant -Arthroscopy Before Draft

On Saturday it was announced that Ja Morant will undergo a right knee arthroscopic procedure to remove loose bodies from his knee. This procedure is scheduled for Monday morning. I’m sure this news had a lot of NBA fans worried about the prospect who is expected to be picked close to the top of the upcoming NBA draft.

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Chris Bosh says LeBron staying in Miami is the biggest ‘What If’ of his career

During a segment on NBA TV’s ‘Open Court’, Former Miami Heat player Chris Bosh said his biggest ‘What If’ of his career was Lebron James staying in Miami. Bosh believes the Heat would’ve won at least one more title had James stayed in Miami.

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NBA Mock Draft With Trades

It’s all about upside when it comes to the NBA Draft. This year is no different with athletes littered throughout the entire process. With their minds made up to stay in the draft, the respective development of each prospect will be spotlighted for ages to come. So below is a preview of what could conceivably shakedown with a first-round mock of the 2019 NBA Draft.

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Should the HEAT pursue Bradley Beal this Summer?

During his season-ending press conference in April, Miami Heat president Pat Riley mentioned three acronyms he uses to describe players. “AOT” is for players who give effort all of the time, “NOT” is for players who give effort none of the time. Riley feels the Heat have plenty of “SOT” players, who perform some of the time.

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Throwback Thursday: Corey “Bad Porn” Maggette

Corey Maggette was a hyper-athletic wing player that feasted on his ability to get the basket, draw contact, and ultimately the free throw line. This would not only help become a perennial scorer during his time in the NBA but also lead to him earning one of the more interesting nicknames in sports history.

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It’s Michael Porter Jr. Time in Denver

It has been 11 months since Michael Porter Jr heard his name called with the 14th pick by the Denver Nuggets in the 2018 NBA Draft. After redshirting his rookie year as he recovers from a pretty severe back injury, Porter spoke to the media during his exit interviews. He had good news for all Nuggets fans answering if he had been fully cleared by his doctors to play in Summer League by saying, “yeah, I’m expected to play in Summer League, and I can’t wait for that.”

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Report: Juwan Howard to be named Michigan Head Coach

It appears Miami Heat assistant Juwan Howard has found a head coaching gig.

According to Five Reasons Sports and the Miami Heat Beat, the Miami Heat assistant is expected to become Michigan’s head coach.

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