The Heat will begin the season at Orlando on Wednesday, Oct. 18 and make their home debut on Saturday, Oct. 21 vs. the Pacers.
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Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer
With Kyrie Irving still on the Cavs as we wait to see if his trade request is fulfilled, here are the key dates CLE will play some of his potential suitors for the first time: Oct. 17 vs. BOS (opening night); Oct. 29 vs NYK; Nov. 17 vs. LAC; Nov. 28 vs. MIA; Jan. 8 at MIN; Jan. 23 at SAS; March 13 at PHX.
LeBron James Jr. shows off passing skills by throwing an alley-oop off the backboard to Heat center Hassan Whiteside in a pickup game.
The Miami Heat are adopting mobile-only entry beginning this upcoming season. The team said tickets will still be transferable.
Add Thursday's #NBACereals Twitter thread to the list of surprises over the offseason.
Fans in Mexico will have a chance to see reigning MVP Russell Westbrook when the Thunder play the Nets in Mexico City on Dec. 7.
The wife of Los Angeles Clippers center Willie Reed said Wednesday she does not wish to press battery charges against her husband after an argument between the couple led to his weekend arrest.
Free-agent forward Luke Babbitt and the Atlanta Hawks have agreed on a one-year deal, league sources tell ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
The Heat return the bulk of the team that went 30-11 in the second half of last season, but continuing to play at that level isn't realistic.
After missing out on Gordon Hayward, the Heat brought back the group that went 30-11 in the second half of last season ... at a high cost. Things could go south fast.
Beginning Aug. 3, Miami Heat guard Josh Richardson is eligible to sign an extension that can be up to four years and $42 million.
Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer
Guard Archie Goodwin cleared waivers on Sunday after being released by the Nets on Friday. In 12 games with the Nets, Goodwin's third team, he averaged 8 points, 2.3 rebounds and two assists in 15 minutes per game. The four-year veteran is now an unrestricted free agent. It's unclear which teams have interest in him currently but the Knicks, Clippers, Heat and Rockets are among the teams to have expressed interest in Goodwin prior to his stint with the Nets and during the offseason. It's worth noting that Goodwin played well in Phoenix under current Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek.
The Cavaliers are listening to trade pitches for Kyrie Irving, with six teams -- including the Heat-- making actual offers to Cleveland for the All-Star point guard.
Kyrie: Will he stay or will he go?
In the wake of Kyrie Irving's demand to be traded, here are the most likely landing spots for the four-time NBA All-Star -- with the likeliest resulting in no trade at all.
Heat sign undrafted Walton Jr., Williams
The Miami Heat signed G Derrick Walton Jr. and G Matt Williams to contracts on Monday. Walton Jr. is the only player in Michigan history to score at least 1,000 points, grab 500 rebounds and dish out 400 assists. Williams is UCF's all-time leader in 3-pointers made.
Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer
Gian Clavell chose to sign a partially guaranteed minimum deal with the Mavs over a similar offer from the Heat after starring for Miami's summer league team. "The Miami Heat gave me a chance this summer and I'll be forever grateful," Clavell said in a text. "That being said I couldn't be more excited to start my NBA journey with the Dallas Mavericks. From Rick Carlisle to Donnie Nelson and Mark Cuban it's a first class winning organization that I will come in and compete and give my all. I couldn't be more excited."
Should Irving make a move?
Three of the four teams on Kyrie Irving is reportedly interested in missed the playoffs last season. Could he be the missing piece that makes one of these teams a contender?
Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer
ESPN Sources: Cleveland disturbed news about Kyrie Irving was made public out of fear it could impact trade value.
Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer
ESPN Sources: On Kyrie Irving front, Cavs were given four preferred landing spots: New York, Miami, San Antonio, Minnesota.
Having spent his entire NBA career with the Miami Heat, Udonis Haslem signed a one-year contract Thursday that will keep him with the team for a 15th season.
Adam Reisinger ESPN.com
Udonis Haslem has re-signed with the Heat for what will be his 15th season in Miami. Haslem is one of five active players who've played at least 800 games, all with the same franchise. The others are Dirk Nowitzki (Mavs), Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili (Spurs), and Nick Collison (Thunder).
Sus respectivos posteos en Twitter e Instagram son apenas ocurrencias de verano..¿o señales de un Súper Heat 2.0 que se está por venir en el 2018?