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Wade getting treatment on knee, remains day-to-day Updated Apr 26, 2013
The Miami Heat are keeping a close eye on Dwyane Wade and his aching knee.
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  • Bench production allowing Heat's Big 3 to rest Apr 26, 2013
    More than anything, this first-round playoff series has been about the Heat’s depth. The Heat’s bench is averaging 40.7 points per game entering Sunday’s Game 4. For perspective, consider this: The Heat has played 165 postseason games in franchise h
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  • Lee Jenkins: With Westbrook out, the ball is in Durant's hands Apr 26, 2013
    Kevin Durant would dribble up and down the street outside his grandmother's house in Capitol Heights, Md., so bound was he to be a point guard. He played the point as a freshman at National Christian Academy in Fort Washington. He ran it during pickup g…
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  • 8 Things We’ve Learned So Far From The NBA Playoffs Apr 26, 2013
    It’s the most wonderful time of the year, basketball fans. For the next two months or so, we’ll be treated to only the best of the best the league has to offer. With every game broadcasted on national television, there’s a lot of NBA to digest, and
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  • Andersen, Allen help Heat in Game 3 vs. Bucks; more thoughts Apr 26, 2013
    The Bucks led the defending champions through two quarters, but the Miami Heat showcased many strengths on their way to a 104-91 win in Game 3, writes Chris Ballard.
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  • Ray Allen Breaks Another Record; The Greatest Shooting Display On YouTube; Skylar Diggins & Jay-Z Team Up Apr 26, 2013
    If you ask Brandon Jennings, he probably still thinks Milwaukee is winning in seven games. Everyone else? They know this series is over, especially after the Heat’s predictable shutdown second half in their 104-91 win to take a 3-0 lead. LeBron scored 2
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  • Video - Playoff Coaching In The Crosshairs 04:55

    Playoff Coaching In The Crosshairs

    Apr 26
    David Thorpe and Marc Stein on which coaches are killing, and getting killed, in the playoffs.
  • Video - LeBron's Test 06:49

    LeBron's Test

    Apr 26
    Tim Grover says Michael Jordan, Dwyane Wade and Kobe Bryant are what he calls 'cleaners.' The best of the NBA's leaders. LeBron, he says, isn't there yet, but can get there with a title this season.