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Rotoworld Apr 6, 2014

Mario Chalmers plays well vs. Knicks - Mario Chalmers (G) Miami Heat

Mario Chalmers played 30 minutes against the Knicks on Sunday with 15 points, four boards, four assists, one steal and two 3-pointers.

ASK IRA: Is Norris Cole's regression a concern?

Q: Is it my imagination or has Norris Cole regressed this season? At one time, I thought that if we lost Mario Chalmers to free agency, Cole would just slide into the starting role at point guard and the Heat would sign a veteran as a backup. Now that seems like wishful thinking. Speaking of Chalmers, before he was hurt, he was continuing on his pace of four or five bad games and one good game. It doesn't seem like he will ever change. -- David.
Miami Herald Mar 28, 2014

Heat sit Wade, Chalmers, Oden vs. Pistons

Miami Heat guards Dwyane Wade and Mario Chalmers and center Greg Oden will miss Friday nights game against the Detroit Pistons due to various ailments.

Chalmers, Allen, Oden out for Heat vs. Pistons

The Miami Heat will be without guards Mario Chalmers and Ray Allen, as well as without center Greg Oden for Friday night's game against the Detroit Pistons at the Palace of Auburn Hills.

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