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ABOUT LAST NIGHT: Heat 124, Suns 99

ABOUT LAST NIGHT: Heat 124, Suns 99

miamiherald.com Updated Nov 6, 2012
Dwyane Wade helped set the tone for a return of the Heat's signature defensive pressure against the Suns on Monday at AmericanAirlines Arena. The Heat defeated the Suns 124-99. BEST OF THE NIGHT: Heat's defensive pressureMiami started the game with a re…
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  • Heat move to 3-1 as Allen passes 23,000 career points

    Heat move to 3-1 as Allen passes 23,000 career points

    CNNSI.com Nov 6, 2012
    MIAMI (AP) Offensive numbers to savor were everywhere for the Miami Heat on Monday night.
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  • Stuff People Ask Me On Twitter

    Stuff People Ask Me On Twitter

    miamiherald.com Nov 6, 2012
    Great question. The obvious answer is, of course, LeBron, but scoring has been so balanced to begin the season that it's tough to say at this point. LeBron moved ahead of Chris Bosh in scoring after Monday night's victory against the Suns. But look at t…
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  • People write me crazy letters

    People write me crazy letters

    miamiherald.com Nov 6, 2012
    This email comes from Richie Whoo of Miami Beach: Maybe you could help. Twenty five years ago washed up on the shoreline was a basketball. It is a Wilson color/black. It has a picture of Micheal Jordon on it with his facsimile signature. What can you te…
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  • Did Ray Allen Change His Phone Number Or Just Dodge The Celtics…

    Did Ray Allen Change His Phone Number Or Just Dodge The Celtics' Calls?

    deadspin.com Nov 6, 2012
    Maybe you missed this because you were following any of the 300 more important NBA storylines, but the ballad of Ray Allen's cell phone has been one of the dumber and more fascinating subplots of the early NBA season. Let's recap. More »
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  • New York Can’t Be Stopped; Kyrie Irving Beats Chris Paul In L.A…

    New York Can’t Be Stopped; Kyrie Irving Beats Chris Paul In L.A.

    dimemag.com Nov 6, 2012
    Is it time we start taking New York seriously? We’ll have to wait until Amar’e Stoudemire comes back from his latest knee setback, and Carmelo Anthony gets pushed back to the three to see if this level of play holds up. But what else can we say? ‘Me
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  • Video - TrueHoop TV: Point Shaver 07:04

    TrueHoop TV: Point Shaver

    Nov 6
    Chad Millman, editor in chief of ESPN the Magazine, discusses his essay on notorious basketball point shaver Jack Molinas with Kevin Arnovitz.

Sports Columnists

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    Nov 6
    We are going to remember Tuesday because of the elections, and we are going to remember the last week because of Hurricane Sandy.
  • West Side - Princeton offense working for some of Los Angeles Lakers' star…

    Nov 6
    The Lakers have their own history that can be used as a reference point to this season.