Despite having to wear a mask to protect his broken nose, LeBron James said he doesn’t plan to adjust his game when he is expected to return against the New York Knicks on Thursday. ‘My game is not going to change,’ he said.
By evolving into a ‘position-less’ player, Heat center Chris Bosh has elevated his game and become one of the team’s best long-distance shooters.
Heat 93, Bulls 79
With LeBron James out because of a broken nose, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade stepped up their overall games Sunday to lead the Heat past the pesky Bulls.
LeBron James likely will wear a protective facemask during games for at least a few weeks after breaking his nose on Thursday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
It’s an ever-changing milestone for Greg Oden. Every day that he is in the NBA and healthy is the most important day for Oden in his return from a four-year absence from the league.
LeBron James sustained a broken nose from a hard collision in Thursday’s game, and his status is up in the air for Sunday’s game against Chicago.
The Heat didnt do much before Thursdays trade deadline, but it did create a roster spot by shipping guard Roger Mason Jr. to Sacramento.
Heat 103, Thunder 81
The Heat saw its future flash before its eyes late in Thursday's 103-81 win over the host Thunder.
With two of the top three records in the NBA, the regular-season rematch between the Heat and Thunder could be a preview of the NBA Finals.
A number of Miami players said LeBron James comments during a taped interview Monday didnt offer a relief to building tension in the team locker room. Thats because there is no tension nor, at least as far as plans go, any concern.
HEAT 117, MAVERICKS 106
There was no looking ahead to Thursdays game against the Thunder as LeBron James led the Heat to a win over the Mavs.
As a result of lengthy postseasons and the London Olympics, nobody has played more games since the start of the 2010 season than LeBron James.
Kyrie Irving had 31 points and 14 assists to earn MVP honors, and Heat star LeBron James added 22 points to help the East squad rally past the West.
All-Star Saturday Night
If the Heat needs a half-court shot to win Game 7 of the NBA Finals, Chris Bosh will be taking it.
As they do every year on the day before the All-Star Game, the LeBron James Family Foundation, Sprite and the Boys & Girls Club unveiled a rejuvenated gymnasium on Saturday. As usual, it was a huge success.
Dwyane Wades mysterious foot ailment will not keep him out of the All-Star Game, but the Heats shooting guard isnt going to be playing heavy minutes Sunday.
It was one heck of a way to begin All-Star Weekend.
IN MY OPINION
LeBron James steps into the NBA All-Star break flexing, preening, reminding you whos King a man at his full powers and not minding if everybody knows it.
Heat 111, Warriors 110
OAKLAND, Calif. With the game clock ticking down, Heat coach Erik Spoelstra thought about calling a timeout and taking the ball out of LeBron James hands.
With the team mostly healthy and in the No. 2 spot in the Eastern Conference, the defending champion Heat is poised to make a run after the All-Star break and defend its title.
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