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Mavs Get Revenge on Nellie, Warriors

Also, cellar dwellars Miami and MInnesota lose yet again

(Newser) - Golden State returned to the site of its historic upset from the 2007 playoffs, but the results were different this time as Dallas pounded them 121-99.  Normally reserved Dirk Nowitzki netted 28 points and showed great emotion during the Mavericks' 19-4 fourth-quarter run. Warriors playoff star Baron Davis struggled... More »

Van Gundy Gets Win in Miami - For Orlando

Pistons take 7th straight while Chicago hangs on against Milwaukee

(Newser) - Dwyane Wade showed some magic of his own tonight with 48 points on 16 of 21 shooting, but it wasn't enough as Miami lost in overtime to Orlando, 121-114. Daequan Cook's three-pointer with 2 seconds left sent it to the extra session. Magic coach Stan Van Gundy won in his... More »

Heat Hits 20 Losses as Cavs Roll

Teammates feast on LeBron's 12 Christmas dishes

(Newser) - LeBron had 25 points and 12 dimes in a Christmas day Cavaliers-Heat matchup that looked much more interesting at the beginning of the season. The Eastern Conference's past two champions were a combined 20-35 entering the game, which Cleveland won 96-82 with a strong second half. Dwyane Wade's foul-line 8-for-16... More »

D-Wade, Heat Sneak Past Timberwolves

Miami survives Big Al's monster night, avoids embarrassing loss

(Newser) - The Miami Heat won the match-up of the two worst teams in their respective conferences, beating the Minnesota Timberwolves 91-87. The 2006 NBA champs came into the game at 6-17, including a miserable 2-8 mark at home, which was still significantly better than a woeful Minnesota club that fell to... More »

Phoenix Falls to Miami 117-113

Suns' 2nd straight loss to sub-par opponent

(Newser) - The Phoenix Suns lost to Eastern Conference cellar-dweller Miami 117-113 tonight,  on the heels of a defeat to the NBA’s worst team, the Minnesota Timberwolves, in their last game on Saturday. The Suns never led after the first quarter against the Heat and needed 21 points in the... More »

Heat Cool Off, Jazz Take Control 110-101

Wade alone is no match for terrible trio of Williams, Boozer, Okur

(Newser) - Together, Deron Williams, Carlos Boozer, and Mehmet Okur accounted for 73 of Utah's points in last night's 110-101 outpacing of the Heat. Williams added 15 assists, Boozer grabbed 15 rebounds, and Okur, a center, nailed four of five three-pointers to bust open an 87-87 tie, reports the Miami Herald. More »

Davis Powers Miami Past Charlotte

Meanwhile, Memphis takes two in a row for the first time this season

(Newser) - Ricky Davis had a season high 23 points off the bench, to help push the struggling Heat past Charlotte last night, 110-90, the AP reports. Rookie Daequan Cook missed only two shots en route to a career best 19 points, and stars Dwyane Wade and Shaquille O'Neal scored 13 and... More »

Surging Celts Hold Off Miami, Move to 8-0

Boston's veteran trio has team off to best start since Havlicek era

(Newser) - Paul Pierce, in foul trouble most of the second half, dropped in a layup with 25 seconds left to give the Boston Celtics a 92-91 win over the Miami Heat, and his team their best start since 1972-73. Boston's new Big Three combined for 57 points while Miami's Dwyane Wade,... More »

Hornets Top Sixers with Peterson's 27

Seattle douses Miami, Bucks edge Grizzlies, Wolves beat Kings

(Newser) - With last night's third straight win, the Hornets' have matched their franchise best start, after defeating Philadelphia 95-76. The three was the weapon of choice for New Orleans: they had 11 on the night, with Morris Peterson responsible for five of those on his way to 27 points. The 76ers... More »

Spurs Overcome Heat 88-78

Shaq, Duncan ineffective in San Antonio win

(Newser) - Despite the lack of impact the struggling Tim Duncan had on the proceedings, the Spurs nonetheless handed Miami their 20th loss in 21 trips to San Antonio last night, the Express-News reports. The defeat perpetuates the Heat's winless season, as Dwyane Wade continues his recovery from off-season surgery on knee... More »

Bulls Young Guns Take Heat

Chicago's young guns demoralize Heat, 107-89

(Newser) - The Bulls became the playoffs' first team to exceed 100 points, and Luol Deng did a convincing Dwyane Wade impression in dominating the fourth quarter, scoring 14 and 26 overall. Wade and Shaq, Miami's stars, were subdued in the latest setback to their defense of last year's championship. Chicago shot... More »

Lamoriello Pulls Another Riley

Devils GM takes his own coach's job for second year in a row

(Newser) - Despite his team's first-place standing in the NHL's Atlantic Division, New Jersey Devils GM Lou Lamoriello has summarily dismissed coach Claude Julien and will coach the team himself for the remainder of the season, which consists of a week and then the playoffs.  This is the second time in... More »

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