The Miami Heat hosts the Philadelphia 76ers for a pivotal Game 3 of the NBA Playoffs at AmericanAirlines Arena. The Miami Dolphins talk the NFL Draft. The Miami Marlins have an ace in the making. A lot to discuss on a Thursday.
Dwyane Wade saving the Heat in Game 2 of this playoff series hit all the right emotional notes, but it isn't a good sign when you need a 36-year-old off the bench to be your best player. Miami needs Hassan Whiteside and others to step up starting Thursday.
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Miami Heat's Hassan Whiteside says, "I don't get caught up into my scoring... I just care about winning" after practicing with his team at the AmericanAirlines Arena in downtown Miami on Wednesday, April 18, 2018.
The physical nature of Game 2 – like the snapshot of Heat forward Justise Winslow barking obscenities at Sixers rookie Ben Simmons after drawing a charge – and the way the game ended with Goran Dragic angering Philadelphia with a late layup has Game 3 primed to be a doozy.
Having missed the past three weeks with a fractured orbital bone, Philadelphia 76ers big man Joel Embiid is obviously itching to get back on the court. That was taken to a whole new level after Philadelphia dropped Game 2 of its first-round series against