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Heat comeback falls short against Hawks

A 38-point fourth quarter from the Miami Heat couldn't overcome 23 turnovers and an abysmal first-half shooting performance. The Miami Heat scored 38 points in the fourth quarter against the Atlanta Hawks Saturday night. Atlanta rested Al Horford, Jeff Teague and DeMarre Carroll. Still, Miami fell behind by 18 points and could never cut the deficit to fewer than four points until a Mario Chalmers 3 at the buzzer in a 93-91 loss. We can go through the many problems the Heat racked up on a winnable night -- like last night's disappointing loss to the New Orleans Pelicans. The Heat struggled...
Liberty Ballers Feb 23, 2015

Miami Heat 119, Sixers 108: Too Much Dragic

With Michael Carter-Williams gone, a new era of tiny point guards has begun in Philadelphia. Isaiah Canaan, Ish Smith and Tim Frazier bring both positives and negatives to the Sixers' lineup. It's truly a shame the new-look Miami Heat are without Chris Bosh the remainder of the season. With Goran Dragic in the mix, Miami's pace-and-space offense under Erik Spoelstra is far more electric than with Norris Cole and Mario Chalmers dominating the ball. Dragic scored 23 points on 14 shots and dished out 10 assists as well. The Heat's offense was legitimately fun to watch, even as Henry Walker...
Posting and Toasting Feb 20, 2015

Final: Heat 111, Knicks 87

Poopball The New York Knicks played like a professional basketball team for roughly 20 minutes on Friday night against a nine-man Miami Heat squad. Was it enough? Not exactly. The Heat rocked turned a close game into a double-digit lead by halftime, and straight-up clowned the Knicks in the second half en route to a 111-87 victory. Shabazz Napier hit every single shot. Mario Chalmers hit a half-court shot that didn't count. Miami grabbed 50 rebounds. It was annoying. The Knicks had four guys in double-figures: Langston Galloway (19), Tim Hardaway (17), Jose Calderon (11) and Andrea Bargnani...

Video: Heat hope for health in second half of season

The Heat keep saying they are better than their 22-30 record shows and this is their chance to prove it. Miami starts the second half of the season — 30 games, really — at New York on Friday (7:30 p.m., Sun Sports) with its main lineup intact. Hassan Whiteside, Chris Bosh and Luol Deng should be rested. Dwyane Wade is back from a strained right hamstring. Add Mario Chalmers, and that ...
Rotoworld Feb 11, 2015

Mario Chalmers has a decent game - Mario Chalmers (G) Miami Heat

Mario Chalmers had a decent game against the Cavs during a 113-93 loss on Wednesday with 18 points, two rebounds, three assists, two steals and two 3-pointers in 38 minutes.

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