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Report: Heat still considered the frontrunners to re-sign Goran Dragic, but he wants them to play faster

The Heat gave up two future first-round picks to land Goran Dragic at the trade deadline, and in order to keep him, they’re likely going to have to offer a max deal. 221 more words

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The Annual All-Fun NBA 1st Team Awards

By WARREN YIU

The All NBA teams were recently announced, and let’s face it, I might never be issued with an official ballot in my lifetime. 2,114 more words

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Hassan Whiteside on his NBA 2K15 Rating: 'I still can't dunk'

Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside is all about the video game ratings. After his triple double versus the Bulls which included 12 blocks. Whiteside had a unique motivation coming into the game which was trying to get his NBA 2K rating up.

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Whiteside on NBA 2K: 'I Still Can't Dunk'

Hassan Whiteside has had quite the 2015.

After a two-year hiatus from the NBA, he averaged 11.8 points and 10.0 rebounds in his first season with the Miami Heat, finishing fourth in voting for the NBA’s Most Improved Player award. 189 more words

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Instagram Wars: Hassan Whiteside vs. Birdman

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Instagram allows athletes to express themselves on a visual level, peeling back the layers to show the fans what they’re about when they’re not displaying their athletic prowess on our television sets. 410 more words

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Hassan Whiteside and Kevin Hart Side By Side is Amazing

Hassan Whiteside stands a towering seven feet as the starting center for the Miami Heat.

Actor/comedian Kevin Hart checks in at an imposing 5-foot-4.

This odd combination of giant athletic prowess and height-challenged comedic brilliance next to each other makes for one mind-blowing picture. 60 more words

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Weird Hassan Whiteside stat

Heat center Hassan Whiteside is good at a lot of things. Passing is not one of them.

For all the promise Miami sees in Whiteside’s rebounding, inside scoring, shot-blocking and even a mid-range game, one thing he needs to work on heading into next season is kicking the ball back to perimeter. 307 more words

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