Dwyane Wade is nearing the end of a great NBA career, but his dunk against the Charlotte Hornets on Friday night brought back memories of his high-flying prime.
The Miami Heat’s biggest weakness has come in the form of shooting, but that could be about to change.
Lately we've seen so many second generation basketball stars developing before our very eyes. In the last few weeks, we've seen video of Jason Williams' son, LeBron James' two kids and now Dwyane Wade's son, Zaire, tearing up the basketball court.
Success for the Miami Heat could be an arm's length away, but here is what they will have to do during the second half of the season to reach it.
Amar'e Stoudemire's spurts are opening up options for the Miami Heat.
The Miami Heat are a contender in the Eastern Conference, but they must play Justise Winslow more often to have a better chance in the playoffs.
Miami Heat minority owner Raanan Katz is not incredibly pleased with LeBron James to this day.
You gotta give the Brooklyn Nets credit: Despite looking incredibly foolish at times in front of their home crowd, they competed against the Miami Heat on Tuesday night and only lost by four points. That said, you wouldn't know it from this epic clip of Dwyane Wade dribbling circles around multiple Nets and ultimately hitting a stellar fadeaway jumper.
Gerald Green hasn't been the most consistent player throughout the early stages of his young career, but there's no denying his overwhelming athleticism. Against the floundering Brooklyn Nets this evening, Green showcased some of those said abilities by emphatically throwing down a monstrous dunk, and he caught some major air in the process. If he's ever able to learn how to do it night-in and night out, Green is going to be an All-Star one day.
Two of the best shooting (if not the two best) guards in the game both put their clutch gene on display last night. Within a few minutes of each other, Dwyane Wade and then James Harden both hit step-back jumpers in the final minute of the 4th quarter that iced the game for their team.