In his first season with the Lakers, LeBron James entered Monday’s game against the Heat averaging 28.3 points, 7.7 rebounds and 6.9 assists, but it’s the efficiency that comes with those statistics that really stands out.
While the University of Miami has just three Class of 2019 oral commitments on offense, the Canes have assembled a strong 11-member defensive class, and the Canes are still very much in the mix for a handful of four- and five-star prospects.
The Miami Miracle on Sunday against the New England Patriots was amazing, astounding, wonderful, stunning, shocking, and breathtaking. Yeah, it was really good. But while the moment will go down in franchise lore it won’t be alone.
The Miami Heat’s Justise Winslow would like to be a starting point guard in the NBA. He got his chance in Saturday’s win against the Clippers when Goran Dragic and Josh Richardson were out and the results were good.
Pittsburgh-area media company Benstonium recreated the Miami Miracle, where the Dolphins beat the Patriots on a Kenyan Drake touchdown in the final seconds after two laterals, by using the Nintendo’s classic Tecmo Bowl video game.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill’s near-perfect 155.2 passer rating Sunday against the New England Patriots raised his overall season rating to 105.7, which is sixth among all NFL quarterbacks.
If not for the last-play magic that won the game over the Patriots, Dolphins coach Adam Gase would have been second-guessed and explaining himself over a decision to punt that backfired late in the game with Miami trailing.
Hook and lateral for the win! Dolphins pull of a stunner, beating the Patriots on an insane final play from Tannehill to Kenny Stills to DeVante Parker to Kenyan Drake to keep their playoff hopes alive.
The Miami Heat had just eight available players for most of Saturday’s win over the Los Angeles Clippers. But Miami expects to have more options to turn to in Monday’s game against the Lakers and LeBron James at Staples Center.
A miracle of a final play ended the Dolphins’ 34-33 home victory over nemesis New England Patriots on Sunday. But that figured. This whole season has been something of a miracle for Miami, a team made fun of and ranked dead-last in preseason estimation.