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Whiteside’s new free-throw style: catch & shoot

When a guy is shooting around 50 percent at the free-throw line, there’s no harm in trying something new.

Hassan Whiteside was thinking something along those lines when he remembered hearing about NBA legend Hal Greer, who played at Marshall 50 years before Whiteside did. 322 more words

Miami Heat

Heat’s Josh McRoberts undaunted by move from starter to reserve

Josh McRoberts thought he finally arrived in the perfect situation two years ago, and so little of it has gone the way he intended.

After missing most of training camp and the start of the 2014-15 season, he finally got on the court and worked his way into the starting lineup only to see his year end after 17 games because of a torn meniscus. 845 more words

Miami Heat

This Year’s “Anomalisa” in the NBA: Hassan Whiteside

Every year, there are NBA players who come out of nowhere and have incredible seasons that get us excited about their potential. But then, a year later you look back and realize they reached their ceiling when they first broke out. 398 more words


Hassan Whiteside Grabbed a Shot Out of the Air

Miami Heat big man Hassan Whiteside earned a triple-double off the bench last night thanks to organizing a one-man block party. Whiteside rejected 10 Hornets shots, including one where he palmed the ball out of mid-air (at the 55-second mark). 45 more words


VIDEO: Dwyane Wade Throws Down Flasback Friday Dunk vs. Hornets

Yes, Dwyane Wade is playing at a high level again this year. Yes, he can still throw down a mean jam:

That dunk was Wade’s 24th on the year. 108 more words


Hassan Whiteside Blocks And Grabs Marvin Williams' Shot Out Of Midair With One Hand

WATCH: Hassan Whiteside grabs ball with one hand for 10th block, triple-doublehttps://t.co/0qv6i8ktQbpic.twitter.com/rZafnCbWXz

— CBS Sports NBA (@CBSSportsNBA) February 6, 2016

Hassan Whiteside showed once again why he’s the best shot-blocker in the NBA Friday night.

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Hassan Whiteside coming off bench tonight at Charlotte

The Heat will continue to start Amar’e Stoudemire at center against the Hornets, with regular starter Hassan Whiteside coming off the bench tonight in his hometown. 279 more words