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November 5, 2014 Updates

Miami forward Luol Deng sustained a hard hit to the arm in the second quarter of Tuesday’s 108-91 loss to the Rockets and might miss time. Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said after the game he was unsure whether Deng will be available when Miami visits the Hornets on Wednesday. “He’s not going to make any excuses for it, but he got whacked on the arm and you could see he just wasn’t quite the same in terms of being able to lift his arm and play normal,” Spoelstra said. Palm Beach Post

November 4, 2014 Updates

LeBron James said he "didn't even see the tweets" posted more than three years ago by now Portland Trail Blazers All-Star Damian Lillard that disparaged James during the 2011 NBA Finals, and Lillard said he's apologized to James. Lillard's tweets, posted before Lillard's senior season at Weber State while James and the Miami Heat were losing to Dallas in the Finals, were unearthed last week by Deadspin.com. Cleveland Plain Dealer

Defense was never an issue for Heat forward Luol Deng. He knew he would make the adjustment to playing in a new defensive scheme. He’s never had a problem with that side of the ball regardless of where he played. The question during training camp was if Deng, an offseason acquisition, could fit in offensively. It’s early but seems the acclimation process is going smoother than expected. “I think that I am ahead [of schedule] but it’s only been three games,” Deng said. “I really think that it will get better as the season goes on. I’m just starting to play the game and not think too much … You’re at your best when you’re just reacting.” South Florida Sun-Sentinel

November 3, 2014 Updates

In the fourth quarter of the Miami Heat’s game against the Toronto Raptors for reasons completely unbeknownst to us, Josh McRoberts ripped his Heat jersey in half. For The Win

November 2, 2014 Updates

Bosh is Miami’s main man now and he is having a pretty good time with it. He hit the 76ers with 30 points in tonight’s 114-96 victory at Philadelphia and is enjoying the freedom of playing the way he wants. “It’s fun, I’m not gonna lie,” he said. “It’s the beginning of the season and we haven’t hit any rough parts yet — and the rough parts will come. There will be times when it’s not fun. But so far, it’s OK. Fun or not, I try to stay even as much as possible and not get caught up in what everything means. I just keep playing basketball and try to get the job done. “It’s more natural to me to be aggressive and attack the basket. This team didn’t need me to do that the last four years, but I’ve always thought I could really show everybody and now’s my chance. I just humbly take the position and do as much work as I can.” Palm Beach Post

October 31, 2014 Updates


Many players from the current squad in the list – including the two guys at the top.


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