HoopsHype Mario Chalmers rumors

January 5, 2014 Updates

Pat Riley: We don’t like to build through the draft. If you’re going to do that, then you’re probably going to have to lose for two or three or four years in a row, and get high lottery picks. In my 19 years here, we’ve been in the lottery three times. We ended up getting three good players out of that. But it’s not much fun to go through. And so picking a late-round pick, somewhere between 22 and 30, wherever we are, you try to do the best homework you can on those kinds of draft choice. Norris Cole is a perfect example of a guy that we picked very late and is in our rotation. Mario Chalmers was a second-round pick. IndexUniverse.com

December 28, 2013 Updates
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The Hawks just couldn't close in regulation, not with James knocking down two three-pointers and dunking over Millsap in the final 1:49 of regulation, before driving and finding Ray Allen in the left corner, which led to a foul and Allen making three free throws. Nor could the Hawks complete the task in the overtime, with Korver and Millsap both missing three-pointers and Korver—with Mario Chalmers under him—unable to convert an inbounds lob from Pero Antic. "They made a bunch of really clutch plays tonight," Korver said. "We should have won that game a couple times. That's why they are champions. They've been through a bunch of these games, and we're still growing." "We were just one play away every time from putting them away and we couldn't do it," Horford said. "Credit to them." Bleacher Report

December 19, 2013 Updates

Mario Chalmers is used to being the target of abuse from his Heat teammates when things go wrong, but it doesn’t usually happen this early in the season. Despite Miami’s efforts to play down the importance of this December matchup between the East’s top teams, it’s evident LeBron James still wants to win the game. Following a Chalmers turnover with the Heat trailing, James exploded on the bench. For The Win

LeBron James: I love @Mario Chalmers like a blood brother! I was wrong and apologized to him! We good and will always be good. I ride wit him any & every day Twitter @KingJames

Mario Chalmers: All good big bro @LeBron James. At the end of the day we brothas and nothin gonna change that Twitter @mchalmers15

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Mario Chalmers: My teammates gonna hold it down for me tonight against the bobcats. Can't wait till Tuesday night. It's startin to get personal now Twitter @mchalmers15

The NBA announced Saturday that Heat guard, Mario Chalmers, has been suspended one game for his Flagrant 2 foul on Dirk Nowitzki during Friday’s Miami-Dallas game. Chalmers was ejected during the fourth quarter after he was fighting through a screen and appeared to hit Mavs’ Dirk Nowitzki with an inadvertent forearm/elbow to the face. beyondthebuzzer.com

Brian Windhorst: The suspension will cost Mario Chalmers $36,000. He was also fined $15,000 last week for a flagrant on a hit to Blake Griffin Twitter @WindhorstESPN

This time, Chalmers claims he was pushed by Mavericks center Samuel Dalembert into Nowitzki, which exacerbated the contact. "Dalembert had my arm so I had to get my arm free," he said of his swinging motion. "There was nothing intentional about it. I didn't even see Dirk." Chalmers tried to appeal the call before he was ushered from the court by the Heat's director of security. "I just told them, 'Look at the replay and look at Dalembert holding my arm,' " Chalmers said. "That's all I said to them." South Florida Sun-Sentinel

November 15, 2013 Updates

Ira Winderman: It's interesting, because amid all the concern about the opt-outs of the Big Three is that Mario is an impending free agent, himself. And, yes, based on how the Heat handled the luxury-tax implications with Mike Miller, it is possible Mario could make himself too expensive, especially when you consider the Heat have already picked up the cheaper 2014-15 option on Norris Cole. It could be argued that Mario currently is outplaying his $4 million Heat salary. South Florida Sun-Sentinel

November 8, 2013 Updates

In the third quarter of the Heat’s win over the Clippers Thursday, Blake Griffin was setting a pick for Chris Paul and Mario Chalmers decided to fight through it — with his forearm up, catching Blake Griffin in the neck. Friday the league announced a $15,000 fine for Chalmers for the play. NBCSports.com

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