Tag Archives: Bam Adebayo

Cavaliers vs Heat: Post Game Review

Jacari McRae| November 21st, 2019 

The Cleveland Cavaliers were no match for the Miami Heat, who was on fire from beyond the three-point arc. The Heat dominated the Cavaliers 124-100 at the American Airlines Arena. The victory moves the Heat season record to 10-3.

Here are my takeaways from Wednesday’s victory.

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Reaction to Heat vs Cavaliers

Jacari McRae | November 15th, 2019 

This week, the Miami Heat has been building up big leads. And they also have given them up as well. Playing from ahead has been an ongoing lesson for the team, which was the case against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday. After trailing by as many as 27 in the second half, the Cavaliers crept back into the game and cut the Heat’s lead to 10 midway into the fourth quarter. Ultimately, the Heat left Cleveland with a 108-97 victory to improve their record to 8-3 for the season.

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HEAT vs Bucks Reaction

Jacari McRae | October 27th, 2019

Despite missing key players, the Jimmy Butler-less Miami Heat rallied back from a huge 21-point deficit and defeated the Milwaukee Bucks. Miami trailed 74-53 with less than 11 minutes left in the third period. However, the Heat ended up winning the second half and overtime 78-56 to complete the comeback win.

Here are my four takeaways from Saturday night’s victory over the Bucks.

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Bosh on Bam Adebayo: ‘The sky’s the limit for him’

Jacari McRae| September 17th, 2019

There’s been a lot of optimism surrounding the Miami Heat this off-season. Not only because of the new addition of all-star forward Jimmy Butler but also because of Bam Adebayo. By trading Hassan Whiteside to Portland, the Heat are showing they fully believe in Adebayo. Another person who’s also very high on Adebayo is Chris Bosh. Continue reading

Hassan Whiteside Says he will Consider Opting Out this Summer

Jacari McRae | April 11th, 2019

In a couple of months from now, Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside could become a free agent if he opts out of the final year of the four-year contract he signed back in 2016. However, he’s unlikely to earn as much as his $27 million option for next season. While he hasn’t guaranteed he will opt out, Whiteside still plans on giving the decision some thought in the coming weeks.

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