LeBron James had 28 points and 10 rebounds, Dwyane Wade added 28 more points and the Miami Heat scored the first six points of overtime on the way to beating the Milwaukee Bucks 113-106 on Wednesday night.
The Miami Heat may be without LeBron James and Dwyane Wade for Saturday night’s game against the Phoenix Suns, according to ESPN.com.
(Adds details, quotes) * Miami win in Denver for first time in a decade * Wade misses game with foot sprain Nov 15 (Reuters) – The defending champion Miami Heat claimed a rare road win over the Denver Nuggets 98-93 on Thursday despite being without the services of eight-times All-Star Dwayne Wade. The Heat led throughout but needed to survive a late Nuggets rally to claim a first victory in Denver since January 2002. …
DENVER — Travel-weary and down a star player, the Miami Heat didn’t appear likely to end their futility in Denver on Thursday.
DENVER (AP) — Miami star Dwyane Wade is skipping the Heat’s game at Denver on Thursday night because of a sprained left foot.
Watching Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh shoot a combined 5-for-23 … allowing the Los Angeles Clippers to shoot 49 percent from the floor and score 107 points, continuing your slide to a lowly 27th among 30 NBA teams in defensive efficiency (per NBA.com’s stat tool) … Wade’s ups relative to Eric Bledsoe’s on this dunk try … Ray Allen’s attempt at on-ball defense on Jamal Crawford … being down 20 in the fourth quarter for the third time in nine games this season … yeah, coach Erik Spoelstra definitely had his pick of things to find unimpressive in the Miami Heat’s convincing 107-100 loss to the Clippers on Wednesday night.
But the “McKayla is Not Impressed” meme is deader’n disco at this point, Spo. We’re going to need you to find a new way to express your disgust/discontent. Maybe you can start Robining ? Just a thought.
What do you think has Coach Spo all scrunchfaced? Best caption wins a lifetime supply of scrunchies (not really). Good luck.
In our last adventure : Pau Gasol and David Beckham have a bit of a chat, which is word to Ken Plume .
Lost in the drama surrounding the Heat’s challengers for the NBA title is Dwyane Wade’s rash of early injuries. Ken Berger says the Heat don’t look deep enough to win a title without Wade, and his health could become a major subplot.