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Miami Heat: Are Finally Clicking Together

6 points. If you're a 10-time All-Star like how Chris Bosh is then only scoring six points in a game is a bad night at the office. If you're Hassan Whiteside, who's on the even of making his first All-Star game appearance, then scoring six points isn't necessarily bad. "He can dominate a game without scoring," said Chris Bosh.  Bosh wasn't lying because he himself had a wonderful game finishing with 23 poin ...

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Miami Dolphins: Yes, They’ve Got a Bright Future

The Miami Dolphins have a bright future. It was that type of feeling in the atmosphere when the Dolphins went up to Foxborough, Massachusetts to play against the New England Patriots. The game didn’t go quite as planned as the Dolphins got completely ransacked as they lost the game 36-7 to fall to 3-4 on the season. Tom Brady threw for 365 yards and four touchdowns as the Patriots went on to become one of t ...

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Miami Dolphins: Get Ready For DeVante Parker

When it comes down to rookies, and the wide receiver core there isn't much to complain about. For the last two years, a  lot of people haven't been able to complain about how the rookies on the team have performed. Last season, the Dolphins drafted Ja'Wuan James and Jarvis Landry with their first two draft picks. James became a starter in his rookie season and one of the most important offensive lineman on ...

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Miami Hurricanes: Thank God For Ja’Quan Newton

If there's one thing that people love about sports its the fact that no matter the odds, you don't quit. What if the Miami Heat had quit when they were down 3-2 to the San Antonio Spurs? How much different would their season be? Similar to the Miami Heat, on a lesser scale, the Miami Hurricanes are now looking like they too will be a team that will not quit. For the Miami Hurricanes basketball team, this ye ...

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Miami Dolphins: Bye Bye Olivier Vernon?

This year the Miami Dolphins were expected to make the playoffs, win the AFC East, and compete for a Super Bowl. This year instead, the team finished with one of the worst records in the NFL at 6-10. Outside of the fact that the Dolphins had their 50th anniversary of being an NFL franchise, this organization hasn't had much to get excited for. It's been a very tough season to endure if you were a Dolphins f ...

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Miami Dolphins: At Least They Lose Correctly

Disappointment. That wasn't the theme for the season for the Miami Dolphins season, but it seems that we've all been disappointed by this team's performance on the field. However, even though this team has disappointed by not winning games, the true frustration that stems from the fans all over the city is that this team doesn't seem to care about getting better in the future. When the Dolphins utterly fail ...

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Miami Dolphins: Post Game Presser vs Indianapolis Colts 12.27.15

"About Kicking Field Goals" “We wanted a chance to win it in the end, keep it a one score game. We drove it down and had a chance to win it. "   - Dan Campbell "About His One Handed Catch" “Just me and T (Ryan Tannehill) trusting each other. We talked about it before that drive, before that punt actually. He wanted me to get more invovled. It started off with that drive and later on that catch. "   - Jarvis ...

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Miami Heat: Why Aren’t We Talking Chris Bosh More?

When athletes suffer an injury, people don't look at it as a big deal because most of the time their injuries are not career-threatening. However, what happens when an athlete goes through such a traumatic event in his life that it could be classified as life-threatening? What happens if an athlete could no longer play the game that he loved? For Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat, last year was one of the scarie ...

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Miami Heat: Why You Should Get Used to Coach Spoelstra

“I can go to dark levels when we lose...Every coach does. We’re all manic in some way. We’re all borderline depressed most of the time.”  - Erik Spoelstra Thankfully because the Miami Heat have an 18-11 record there isn't much to get depressed about in the city. The Heat might have of the worst offenses in the entire NBA (ranked 25th in the league) yet this team has overcome many obstacles throughout the se ...

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Miami Hurricanes: Until Next Year Hurricanes

 “Coaching guys like Brad Kaaya, coaching guys like Joe Yearby, watching Stacy Coley come back after missing out the first half of the season, watching Rashawn Scott grow up, watching the offensive line grow up — that’s been fun."   - Larry Scott That quote can summarize the Miami Hurricanes season accurately because this year it feels that this team has seen a lot of adversity and they’ve grown up in front ...

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