12:54 AM EDT, Sat April 18, 2015
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Five on Fire: Top 5 Heat Stories This Week

The five hottest stories concerning the Miami Heat. The Miami Heat won't be in the playoffs for the first time in seven seasons. Here are the top five stories from Heat land this past week. Hassan Whiteside CAN win the Most Improved Player of the Year award Checkout the stars and stats as the Heat fall short against the Raptors Miami beats Orlando and keeps their playoff hopes alive, can there be a miracle in Miami? Miami doesn’t reach the playoffs, but beats Philly anyway So what are the Heat’s chances in the lottery?
Chris Bosh expects to return to Heat an improved player

Chris Bosh expects to return to Heat an improved player

Chris Bosh is ready to release the new and improved version of himself.
The Parquet Report | Fox Sports Florida 9 hours ago

Bosh looks at the positives going into offseason

Miami Heat's Chris Bosh talks about his expectations for the team during offseason, including a positive note on how the season ended.

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Spoelstra: Determined to make sure 'this doesn't happen again'

The message was clear amid Friday's finality to a Miami Heat season that fell short of the playoffs.
Wade reflects on season ending with Heat

Wade reflects on season ending with Heat

Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade discusses where the team went wrong during the season, and where offseason improvement is necessary.
Heat recognize unfamiliar setting when cleaning out locker rooms

Heat recognize unfamiliar setting when cleaning out locker rooms

The Miami Heat found themselves in an unfamiliar setting when they cleaned out their lockers and conducted exit interviews Friday, just two days after the conclusion of the NBA regular season. Already eliminated from playoff contention by the time they suited up for one final game against the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday, the team had already faced the harsh reality that their season would not be extended. Even still, the final day of the team being together Friday was still a raw emotion.

Player-by-player: Where Miami Heat stand heading into offseason

A look at the status of the 15 players who finished the season on the Miami Heat roster.

Spoelstra on Dragic, Deng: “Hopefully they love us”

Goran Dragic and Luol Deng have to decide whether they want to be back with the Heat next season, and the team is eager to have them. Miami coach Erik Spoelstra said today he thinks there is a good relationship between the organization and both players as they head toward potential free agency July 1. “We love them; Hopefully they love us,” Spoelstra said. “I love working with them and our staff ...

Charles Barkley isn't eating up talk of Miami Heat 2015-16 revival

So what does Charles Barkley think about the Miami Heat dipping back into the NBA Draft lottery after spending the previous four seasons in the NBA Finals? That this slip and fall from the free-agency loss of LeBron James could take a while to recover from.

Dwyane Wade won't recruit, might not have to with Goran Dragic

Dwyane Wade has made it clear over the years that when it comes to free agency, he prefers to stay out of the recruiting game.

5 burning questions for the Miami Heat

So when exactly did the Miami Heat's 2014-15 truly season end: With the free-agent defection of LeBron James back to the Cleveland Cavaliers in July? With the season-ending ailment of Chris Bosh in February? With Dwyane Wade's month-long midseason injury absence? With those hideous blown leads...

Wade: Long summer sounds good

Dwyane Wade would not have chosen this outcome, but he will not complain about getting a long summer. After four straight seasons playing from late October through the NBA Finals, the Heat did not make ...
philly.com Apr 15, 2015

Sixers cap 18-win season by losing to Heat

A second season of misery has mercifully ended for the 76ers. Tanks for the memories, guys. After winning 19 games last year, the Sixers somehow out-tanked themselves this season and finished 18-64 after a 105-101 loss to the Miami Heat Wednesday night at the Wells Fargo Center

Heat win while trying to lose, but still keep No. 10 lottery seed

For weeks, the Miami Heat could not win when they had to.

Spoelstra, and even Deng and Dragic, optimistic about Heat rapid revival

The playoff possibilities had been melting away for weeks, but that didn't make sweating out the final act any easier, as the Miami Heat watched the Tuesday double-overtime victory by the Indiana Pacers that knocked them out of the playoffs for the first time in seven seasons.

For starters: Miami Heat at Philadelphia 76ers

A look at the starting lineups, inactives, referees and a pregame note of note for Wednesday's 8 p.m. game between the Heat and 76ers at the Wells Fargo Center (TV: Sun Sports. Radio: 790-AM, 104.3-FM, 106.3-FM, 710-AM-Spanish), with Heat starting 31st lineup of season (and it's a doozy).

Heat Player News

  • 2 Chris Bosh

    Chris Bosh

    Chris Bosh expects to return to Heat an improved player

  • 1 Dwyane Wade

    Dwyane Wade

    Wade reflects on season ending with Heat

  • 1 Hassan Whiteside

    Hassan Whiteside

    Hassan Whiteside looking forward to summer of improvement

  • 1 Goran Dragic

    Goran Dragic

    Spoelstra on Dragic, Deng: “Hopefully they love us”

  • 1 Luol Deng

    Luol Deng

    Luol Deng stays positive through tough season

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