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Miami reportedly not interested in Ryan Anderson trade with Houston

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 17 hrs ago.

The rumor had been out there for a few days, the Houston Rockets would be interested in trading Ryan Anderson — a contract and player they have tried to move for more than a year now — to the Miami Heat for Tyler Johnson or James Johnson. Rockets’ fans liked that idea, for good reason. Regarding rumors about a Heat trade involving Houston forward Ryan Anderson, that’s not something that interests Miami at this time, according to a league source.

Report: Heat, Udonis Haslem nearing deal for him to return for 16th season

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 4 days ago.

What it means is that the Heat want some depth along the front line and, more importantly, a quality presence in the locker room. Udonis Haslem is reportedly nearing a contract with the Miami Heat, reports Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press. Udonis Haslem and Miami Heat officials have had direct conversations in the last few days, with both sides now even more convinced that he will return to the team for a 16th season — as the Heat have hoped.

Miami bringing Briante Weber into camp with chance to make roster

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 5 days ago.

For three seasons, Briante Weber has bounced around the fringes of the NBA. The defensive-minded point guard has played in short stints (often 10-day contracts) for the Grizzlies, Heat, Warriors, Hornets, and last season he got in 13 games for the Rockets (plus five in Memphis). Miami is bringing him into training camp, reports Shams Charania of The Vertical at Yahoo Sports.

Whiteside ready to move on after 'great talk' with Heat

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 16 days ago.

Hassan Whiteside has revealed he had a productive offseason meeting with the Miami Heat after growing unhappy at his role within the team last season. The Heat center was disappointed with his playing time in 2017-18, but he has since addressed the issue

LeBron James' basketball reason for picking the Lakers: 'I like the challenge'

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 19 days ago.

In the eyes of a lot of people — commentators, executives, columnists, fans, and so on — LeBron James’ decision to join the Los Angeles Lakers in free agency looks like a move borne out of family and entertainment business considerations rather than one based on trying to maximize on-court success as James moves into the latter half of his illustrious career’s second decade. During a whirlwind Monday headlined by the official opening his new public school for at-risk children in his hometown of Akron, Ohio, and capped by an interview with CNN in which he took President Donald Trump to task for “us[ing] sport to kind of divide us,” James also sat down with ESPN’s Rachel Nichols for a wide-ranging interview.

Dwyane Wade still not saying if he will play a 16th season

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 20 days ago.

The Miami Heat guard wouldn't say Monday if he has decided whether to play this season, which would be his 16th in the NBA. ''In due time,'' Wade said. ''This is the purest form of basketball, to be able to be around kids at this age, before it becomes a business,'' Wade said.

Pat Riley: Heat will be patient and wait for Dwyane Wade’s decision

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 22 days ago.

When it comes to Dwyane Wade, it’s clear that the Miami Heat want him back and they’re willing to be patient while he figures out his plan. Heat President Pat Riley said Friday that he will have talks with managing general partner Micky Arison in the coming days about Wade’s future. The potential luxury tax implications Miami could face next year would rise in either case, and that’s what the Heat are trying to avoid.

Riley: Heat will be patient and wait for Wade's decision

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 23 days ago.

When it comes to Dwyane Wade, it's clear that the Miami Heat want him back and they're willing to be patient while he figures out his plan. Heat President Pat Riley said Friday that he will have talks with managing general partner Micky Arison in the coming days about Wade's future. The potential luxury tax implications Miami could face next year would rise in either case, and that's what the Heat are trying to avoid.