Legendary graffiti artist JamesTop began Black History Month celebrating Hip Hop icon Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in 3D at the Azucarera Gallery in Sugar Hill, Harlem and ends it with One More Nite of performances at the Sapphire Lounge on the Lower East Side of NYC.
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Saturday, February 25, 2012
The biggest date on the NBA calendar after All-Star Weekend is the trade deadline and it's the last chance teams have to improve themselves enough to become the best in their conference. This week's Fanalyst Rankings highlight the trade rumors surrounding the best eight teams in each conference.
Mario Chalmers has been using haters as fuel to prove doubters wrong his entire career.
Friday, February 24, 2012
The HEAT Produced Page was updated with stats from games against the Magic, Kings and Knicks. Mario Chalmers was the second-most productive player last night as he shutdown Jeremy Lin.
Apologies for the lack of content the last two weeks, but this weekend the blog gets back on track with a new HEATcast, the Fanalyst Rankings and a HEAT Check analyzing what the first half of the season should mean for the second half. Enjoy All-Star Weekend.
Sunday, February 19, 2012
Week 9 of the NBA season ends with All-Star Weekend, where the best plays take place above the rim and beyond the arc. This week’s Fanalyst Rankings highlights the best dunkers and bombers on the best teams in the Eastern Conference.
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Dwyane Wade's production is back at the same level as last season after a slow start, but the bench led by Norris Cole is producing worse than last season's reserves. Overall, the team's production is about the same as it was last season. Those are the highlights from the latest update to the HEAT Produced Page.
Sunday, February 12, 2012
The NBA announced the rookie and sophomore selections for All-Star Weekend's Rising Stars Challenge on Tuesday but this week's Fanalyst Rankings show that youth is mostly wasted on the young.
Saturday, February 11, 2012
The NBA thinks the Chicago Bulls defense is a big problem but HEAT fans don't. The Miami Heat Index went behind enemy lines with sports economist David Berri to discuss whether the Chicago Bulls would improve if they traded for Dwight Howard or if the NBA's new revenue sharing plan helps small market teams like the Oklahoma City Thunder or Denver Nuggets compete for his services. The podcast also discussed comparisons of Paul Pierce to Larry Bird and Kobe Bryant to Magic Johnson, fake superstars and real title contenders.
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
|Screenshot from the 2011-12 HEAT Intro Video|
Why did the Miami HEAT release Mickell Gladness instead of Eddy Curry?
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Sunday, February 5, 2012
With the All-Stars announced this week and next, the teams with the most stars shine brightest in Week 7 of the East Fanalyst Rankings.
Saturday, February 4, 2012
Bloggers from the Miami HEAT Index and HeatFreak.com debated the cause and effect of the Miami HEAT's arrogance and predictions for the All-Star Reserves that will be announced next week.
Thursday, February 2, 2012
Conventional wisdom says youth doesn't win in the NBA. Would that give the Miami HEAT an edge over the Oklahoma City Thunder if they met in the Finals?