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Heat Hire Shane Battier as Director of Basketball Development and Analytics

The Miami Heat have hired Shane Battier as their director of basketball development and analytics, per an official press release from the team on Thursday. 436 more words

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Shane Battier returns to Miami Heat in front office role

Shane Battier’s playing days with the Heat are over, but his time with the organization will continue.

The Heat announced Thursday afternoon that they have hired the 38-year-old Battier as the Director of Basketball Development & Analytics. 509 more words

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Shane Battier returns to Miami Heat in front office role

Shane Battier’s playing days with the Heat are over, but his time with the organization will continue.

The Heat announced Thursday afternoon that they have hired the 38-year-old Battier as the Director of Basketball Development & Analytics. 509 more words

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Shane Battier Joining Miami Heat Front Office

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The Miami Heat always seem to get things right when it comes to their front office affairs.

Their latest move runs in that same vein as the franchise announced Thursday that it has named Shane Battier its Director of Basketball Development & Analytics. 233 more words

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Shane Battier Loves That People Still Score A Ton Of Points With Him In 'NBA 2K14'

The college basketball season is underway, and a host of traditional powerhouses look likely to once again dominate the top of the standings. UNC, Kansas and Kentucky boast strong squads of course, but just like seemingly every season since the dawn of time, Duke figures to be in the mix for title contention all season long. 950 more words

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Shane Battier: Athletes Are Really Insecure Individuals

If anyone knows about the dynamics of an NBA super team, it’s Shane Battier, who won two NBA titles with the Miami Heat in 2012 and 2013. 443 more words

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Shane Battier on KD signing with Golden State: 'I don’t mind it'

Kevin Durant has received some serious vitriol from many current and former NBA players for his decision to leave the Oklahoma City Thunder and sign with the Golden State Warriors in the off-season. 489 more words