Miami Heat – Chris Bosh Ends the Losing Streak
The Miami Heat end their losing streak of four games with a 103-97 win over the Phoenix Suns, led by a big night from Chris Bosh and a lot of help from Loul Deng, while the home team seemed to waste their long range ammunition in the first half.
Washington Wizards – Dwyane Wade & Chris Bosh Face Them Without any Help
The Miami Heat usually struggle when playing on the road against the Washington Wizards, but losing by 21 points (107-86) isn’t something that’s ordinary, with an excellent shooting night for the home team, led by John Wall and Rasual Butler as opposed to the cold shooting from anyone not named Chris Bosh or Dwyane Wade on the other side.
Miami Heat – Chris Bosh Is Happy Dwyane Wade is Back
After missing seven games in which the Miami Heat greatly struggled, Dwyane Wade had a triumphant return to join Chris Bosh in their 86-79 win over the sad New York Knicks, playing with Carmelo Anthony again but looking terrible nonetheless.
Golden State Warriors – Stephen Curry at His Absolute Best
The Golden State Warriors don’t want to rely too much on Stephen Curry, but when he’s hot, it’s a crime not to ride his shooting streak, as he led his team to a 114-97 road win against the Miami Heat, which included making a huge comeback during the second quarter.
Pacers Over Heat – Even Terrible Teams Get Their Day in the Sun
No longer the best rivalry in the Eastern conference, the Miami Heat still find beating the Indiana Pacers in the regular season incredibly difficult. Chris Copeland and Roy Hibbert and an excellent game amid all the defense and aggression, leading their team to the first road win of the season.
Miami Heat – Chris Bosh & Dwyane Wade Following Luol Deng for Once
The Miami Heat might no longer have an official big three, but the kind of scoring Luol Deng produced in the 105-96 win over the Dallas Mavericks was certainly superstarish in nature as he combined quite well with Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade to lead the team in an impressive away victory.
Hornets Over Heat – Two Players Can’t Beat Good Teams On Their Own
The Miami Heat lost for a second straight game as Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh continue to look for help from their teammates. They lost to a very good Charlotte Hornets team, led by Al Jefferson and Kemba Walker, finally beating a team they’ve struggled against for years, coming away with the 96-89 wi
Houston Rockets – James Harden & Dwight Howard Too Good for Everyone Right Now
In a clash of undefeated teams, the Houston Rockets came out on top as their duo of stars, Dwight Howard and James Harden, dominated in a 108-91 win, outplaying Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade.
Miami Heat – The Best Team in the East, So Far
Being undefeated at this point of the season is hardly an achievement, but there’s no denying that the Miami Heat in the post-LeBron James era are looking good. Their 107-102 win over the Toronto Raptors was an excellent example of their ability to get points from a number of sources, but obviously led by Chris Bosh, Dwayne Wade and Luol Deng.
Miami Heat – A Very Good Start to a New Era
No more big three, and it’s fine. Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade did very well without another big star to help them out, leading the Miami Heat to a 107-95 win over the Washington Wizards, getting some significant contribution from Norris Cole, who feels right at home with his new role as the starting point guard.