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The Parquet Report | Fox Sports Florida

VIDEO: Pat Riley Part 4 -- On moving on from LeBron, Wade's future, dealing with injuries

Miami Heat president Pat Riley talks about his team's development after Lebron James' departure, Dwyane Wade's future and dealing with injuries.


LeBron James Mic'd Up in Game 1 Win Over Boston

Get an all-access pass and listen to LeBron James as the Cavaliers earn the game 1 win over the Celtics. About the NBA: The NBA is the premier professional basketball league in the United States and Canada. The league is truly global, with games and pro


Brad Stevens Has Nothing But Praise For LeBron James

Celtics head coach Brad Stevens knows LeBron will be a handful when his team takes on the Cleveland Cavaliers in the first round. Produced by Andre Khatchaturian and Michaela Vernava

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

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...

Plain Dealer

LeBron James to play tonight against Boston; Iman Shumpert questionable with thigh injury

LeBron James to determine his rest schedule after tonight's game against Boston, a potential first-round playoff matchup for the Cavs.

Plain Dealer

With Paul George set to return from broken leg, LeBron James' nagging injuries impact his MVP campaign

LeBron James welcomed Indiana's Paul George back from a broken leg and spoke of how he dealt with the two weeks he missed to recover from nagging injuries. Those injuries will impact James' attempt at a fifth MVP.

Akron Beacon Journal

Cavs 114, Heat 88; Jason Lloyd's 19 final thoughts on LeBron's post moves, Wade's knee injury

CLEVELAND: Nineteen thoughts for 19 free throws in a 114-88 win over the wounded Miami Heat… 1. We were chatting Wednesday with LeBron James about the shift he makes mentally when the postseason begins, but James didn’t want to reveal too many of his secrets. “I have a noticeable shift,” was all he would divulge. 2. This win over the Heat, however, was more proof of an on-court shift he is making in preparation for the upcoming playoff charge and the quest to end this city’s 50-year championship drought. 3. James had 23 points, eight rebounds and seven assists while spending...

Plain Dealer

Cleveland Cavaliers win for LeBron James as the bench steps up in Kevin Love's absence: Fedor's five observations

The Cavaliers came out fast and it was a much different outcome. Without Kevin Love, who missed another game with a back injury, the Cavs pounded the fading Heat, 114-88.

On the Beat: Miami Heat | Miami Herald

Strong words from Spurs coach Gregg Popovich on Heat coach Erik Spoelstra

Count Spurs coach Gregg Popovich among those impressed with how Heat coach Erik Spoelstra has juggled and managed the Heat's season after losing LeBron James to Cleveland then reorganizing the team multiple times due to season-ending injuries. "It should be...

Spurs Nation | San Antonio Express-News

Game No. 74 preview: Spurs (47-26) at Miami (34-39)

The Spurs look to extend their recent hot streak against their former Finals rival, which has been devastated by injuries and, of course, the offseason departure of LeBron James.

San Francisco Chronicle

Rockets prevent Wizards from clinching playoffs

Corey Brewer scored 15 for Houston, including pairing with Pablo Prigioni for consecutive three-pointers that pushed the lead back up to 85-75 with 8 minutes left after Washington had pulled within four. Houston’s Dwight Howard had 11 points and 10 rebounds in 19 minutes in his third game back from a right knee injury. LeBron James scored 20 points, Kyrie Irving added 17 and Cleveland hung on for its 16th straight home win despite being held scoreless in the final 4:04. ... Anthony Davis had 28 points and nine rebounds as host New Orleans won its second straight while pulling two games...

Akron Beacon Journal

Cavs lose Love, Shumpert to injuries, survive 87-86 win over Sixers

CLEVELAND – LeBron James had 20 points and 11 rebounds and the Cavaliers survived a scare from the Philadelphia 76ers for an 87-86 victory Sunday, although they lost two key players to injury. Kevin Love, who has battled back problems throughout the season, pulled himself from the game midway through the fourth quarter and walked immediately to the locker room with what the Cavs said was a lower back injury.   Shumpert missed an open dunk in transition in the second quarter and also pulled himself from the game immediately. He was diagnosed with a left ankle injury and did not...