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With Dwyane Wade ailing, Heat plan reveals its depth of use

With Dwyane Wade ailing, Heat plan reveals its depth of use

CNNSI.com Updated May 13, 2013
The Heat escaped Game 4 in Chicago with an 88-65 win thanks to some tired Bulls and a roster built to overcome the injury-related struggles of Dwyane Wade, writes Ian Thomsen.
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  • Report: Bucks 'seriously considering' Sloan

    Report: Bucks 'seriously considering' Sloan

    ESPN.com May 13, 2013
    The Milwaukee Bucks are seriously considering hiring Hall of Famer Jerry Sloan as their next coach, according to a report by USA Today Sports.
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  • The NBA’s Top 10 Shooting Guards This Season & Why Everyone…

    The NBA’s Top 10 Shooting Guards This Season & Why Everyone Is Now Chasing James Harden

    dimemag.com May 13, 2013
    The shooting guard position is made for the game’s most gifted scorers. In today’s game, it doesn’t matter if you’re your team’s first option or if you’re coming off the bench. A shooting guard’s job is to put the ball in the hole. It’s al
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  • Ian Thomsen: With Dwyane Wade ailing, Heat plan reveals its depth of use

    May 13
    CHICAGO -- It wasn't a Game 4 win for Miami so much as it was Day 4 of the siege. The Bulls were protecting their honor, even as their self-made Alamo was doomed to fall. Dwyane Wade was limping off the court, briefly, and the Heat looked forward to end…
  • 2013 NBA Playoffs -- Miami Heat took fight out of Chicago Bulls in Game 4,…

    May 13
    The Heat took the fight out of the Bulls in Game 4 of the Eastern semifinals.
  • 2013 NBA Playoffs -- Miami Heat took fight out of Chicago Bulls in Game 4

    May 13
    The Heat took the fight out of the Bulls in Game 4 of the Eastern semifinals.
  • NBA playoffs 2013 - Miami Heat win but find Dwyane Wade at a loss over his…

    May 13
    Dwyane Wade has a bone bruise on his right knee that requires him to "move it over." That does not sound good, Brian Windhorst writes.