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Miami Heat star Chris Bosh out for season with blood clots in his lungs

Chris Bosh Miami Heat (2011 photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

The Miami Heat have not had the dominating season that they experienced the past four years with LeBron James on the team. They went to the NBA Finals all of those seasons, winning two titles.

Currently, they do hold the Number 7 spot in the Eastern Conference playoff race with a not-so-hot record of 23-30.

Besides Dwayne Wade, their best player has been Chris Bosh. The 6’11, 235-pound center from Dallas, Texas, has had a solid season of 21.1 points and 7 rebounds in the first year of his five-year deal he signed last summer worth $118 million dollars.

Right now, the 30-year-old Bosh is thinking about his life instead of statistics, money and NBA titles.

The Heat announced on Saturday that his season is over due to blood clots found in one of his lungs. The problem, could’ve killed him if it had not been detected when it was. Bosh had been complaining about pain in his back and sides for several days.

There is no timetable for the All-Star forward’s return looking to next season.


Heat star Wade will not play for U.S. in upcoming Olympics

Dwayne Wade (file photo)

Miami Heat guard Dwayne Wade told USA Basketball chairman Jerry Colangelo and Olympic head coach Mike Krzyzewski some news they did not want to hear, but probably expected.

Wade is going to need surgery on his troublesome left knee and will not play in the upcoming London Olympics.

Wade and the Heat recently won their second NBA championship.


Info compiled from USA Basketball, Radio & TV news

NBA FINALS: Dallas stuns Miami to win NBA title, 105-93

Dirk Nowitzki (file photo)

Dirk Nowitzki has certainly paid his dues as an NBA Superstar. He only had one more accomplishment to put on his resume and that was a world championship.

His resume is now complete as the Dallas Mavericks avenged their 2006 NBA Finals loss to Miami, by defeating the “Big Three” of Lebron James, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami, 105-95 on Sunday night in Game 6 to stun all of the so-called experts who didn’t feel thay had a chance against the Heat.

The Mavs did the unthinkable winning two games in Miami and three in a row to close the series out at 4 games to 2.

Nowitzki, who did not have a good shooting night from the floor (9 0f 27) scored 21 points, many in the clutch, was named the Finals MVP.

The most embarrassed and disappointed player was LeBron James, who all but guaranteed a championship last summer when he made “The Decision” live on ESPN last summer to leave Cleveland for Miami. Now is resume’ is still without a championship after eight years in the NBA.

James led Miami with  21 points, Chris Bosh scored 19, Mario Chalmers had 18 and Dwayne Wade chipped in with 17.

Miami had several chances to take control of the game, but wasted every last one. They were 20 of 33 in free throws, allowed the Mavs to score 27 points off turnovers and could not get the key rebounds late in the game.

Jason Terry led the Mavericks with 27 points.


Rick Carlisle – Head Coach

Assistant Coaches

Dwane Casey

Darrell Armstrong

Monte Mathis

Robert Hackett

The Players

Jose Juan Barea

Rodrigue Beaubois

Corey Brewer

Caron Butler

Brian Cardinal

Tyson Chandler

Brendan Haywood

Dominique Jones

Jason Kidd

Ian Mahinmi

Shawn Marion

Dirk Nowitzki

DeShawn Stevenson

Peja Stojakovic

Jason Terry


compiled from staff, Dallas Mavericks & NBA news




NBA FINALS Game 2: Mavericks get out of Miami tied at 1-1 after stunning rally


The Dallas Mavericks seemed to be out of Game 2 in Miami on Thursday night at 88-73 with 7:15 remaining in regulation.

The Mavs turned up the defense and held to Heat to just one field goal from that point forward, a 3-point goal by Mario Chalmers to tie the game at 93-93 with 24.5 seconds to go.

After a timeout, Jason Kidd, the oldest guard on the court, got the ball to Dirk Nowitzki who made the game-winning layup with 3.6 seconds to left and the Mavericks ended a long streak of bad luck in Miami. They head home with the series tied at 1-1.

Dirk Nowitzki (file photo)

Dwayne Wade scored 36 points for Miami. His game-winning attempt from three-point land missed.

Losing close games is nothing new for the Heat. During the season, they were 5-14 in games decided by five points or less.

Game 3 is in Dallas on Sunday and if the Mavs can win all three games, they’ll be the new NBA champions.

This year’s NBA format is 2-3-2 with Miami holding homecourt advantage with hosting four games.


compiled from staff, NBA & Dallas Mavericks news


NBA FINALS GAME 1: Miami dumps Dallas, 92-84


LeBron James (file photo)

The Miami Heat trailed by eight points early in the third quarter and pulled away eventually to win Game 1 of the NBA Finals in South Beach, 92-84 over the Dallas Mavericks.

LeBron James scored 24 points, Dwayne Wade had 22 points and 10 rebounds.

Chris Bosh scored 19 points and Mario Chalmers chipped in with 12 points.

Dirk Nowitzki scored 27 points with eight rebounds to lead Dallas. Shawn Marion scored 16 and Jason Terry 12.


Info courtesy of NBA & Miami Heat news

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