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HEAT Insider Interview with Smush Parker


On July 27, the Miami HEAT signed free-agent point guard William “Smush” Parker. During his four-year NBA career with Cleveland, Detroit, Phoenix and the Los Angeles Lakers, Parker has averaged 9.4 ppg, 2.9 apg and 1.27 spg. HEAT Insider sat down with the newest addition to the HEAT for this exclusive interview.

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  • HEAT Sign Smush Parker Release

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    HEAT Dancer Audtion Video


    Follow the action of the HEAT Dancer Auditions through the eyes of HEATv. Check out video from the actual audtion and daily updates from Boot Camp all the way through Dancer Finals.

  • Dancer Boot Camp - Day Two
  • Dancer Boot Camp - Day One
  • July 29th Audtion Recap

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    HEAT Insider Interview with Dwyane Wade

    MIAMI, July 23 - Want to know what your favorite HEAT player is up to during the dog days of summer? HEAT Insider sat down with Dwyane Wade to chat with the three-time All-Star about summer vacation, rehab, fatherhood and business.

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    Summer League 2007


    The HEAT Defeated the Orlando Magic on Friday, July 13 by a score of 63-57. John Edwards paced the HEAT with 14 points and four rebounds. The six-point victory concluded the summer session with your Miami HEAT Summer League Team holding a 2-3 record and the Magic with a 3-2 mark.

  • July 13 - HEAT Defeat Magic, 63-57
  • July 12 - HEAT Defeat Pacers, 78-66
  • July 11 - HEAT Fall to Bulls, 77-66
  • July 10 - HEAT Fall to Nets, 73-65
  • July 9 - HEAT Fall to Bobcats, 88-74
  • July 8 - HEAT Add Greene and Release Five from Summer League Roster
  • July 5 - HEAT Sign Joel Anthony, Jeremy Richardson and Marcus Slaughter
  • HEAT Summer League Roster
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  • Pepsi Pro Summer League Schedule
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    Local HEAT Coverage: Miami Herald | South Florida Sun-Sentinel | Palm Beach Post | NBC6.net

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    HEAT Sign Daequan


    The Miami HEAT announced July 5th that they have signed guard Daequan Cook, the 21st pick in the 2007 NBA Draft. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.

    Cook (6-5, 210-pounds) played one season at The Ohio State University before becoming an early entry candidate for the 2007 NBA Draft. He was voted as the Big Ten Sixth Man of the Year after averaging 9.8 points, 4.3 rebounds and 1.0 assists while shooting 44.5 percent from the field and 41.5 percent from three-point range in 39 games (one start). He was named Honorable Mention All Big Ten by the media after setting the OSU freshman record for made three-point field goals during a single-season with 54. Cook ranks second all-time in three-point shooting percentage among Ohio State freshman and finished the season third on the team in rebounds and fourth in scoring.

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    HEAT Acquires Second Round Pick In The 2009 NBA Draft


    MIAMI, June 28 – The Miami HEAT announced today they have acquired the Indiana Pacers’ second-round pick in the 2009 NBA Draft in exchange for the draft rights to Stanko Barac (the 39th pick in the 2007 NBA Draft).

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    Randy Pfund Press Conference

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    On Tuesday, June 26, Randy Pfund talked about the Miami HEAT Draft party that will be held at the AmericanAilrines Arena on Thursday, June 28. View the Press Conference.



    June 28 - Morris Almond Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Morris Almond.

    June 28 - Jason Smith Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Jason Smith.

    June 28 - Daequan Cook Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Daequan Cook.

    June 28 - Thaddeus Young Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Thaddeus Young.

    June 28 - Glen Davis Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Glen Davis.

    June 27 - Brad Newley Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Brad Newley.

    June 27 - Rodney Stuckey Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Rodney Stuckey.

    June 27 - Taurean Green Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Taurean Green.

    June 22 - Trey Johnson Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Trey Johnson.

    June 22 - Terell Martin Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Terell Martin.

    June 22 - Derrick Byars Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Derrick Byars.

    June 22 - Aaron Brooks Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Aaron Brooks.

    June 21 - Jermareo Davidson Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Jermareo Davidson.

    June 20 - Tre Kelley Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Tre Kelley.

    June 20- Curtis Sumpter Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Curtis Sumpter.

    June 19 - Marcus Williams Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Marcus Williams.

    June 19 - Nick Fazekas Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Nick Fazekas.

    June 19 - Reyshawn Terry Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Reyshawn Terry.

    June 14 - Daryl Watkins Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Daryl Watkins.

    June 12 - Jared Dudley Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Jared Dudley.

    June 12 - Aaron Gray Draft Preview
    HEAT TV interviews potential draftee Aaron Gray.

    HEAT Launch "Summer HEAT 2007 - There Is No Off-Season"

    The 2006 NBA Champion Miami HEAT launched its new campaign designed to highlight the many activities taking place within the next few months. “Summer HEAT 2007 – There Is No Off-Season” will encompass the efforts put forth by the HEAT Basketball Operations staff as they look to add key pieces to an already existing strong HEAT roster and make other important decisions that will impact the future direction of the franchise.

    The campaign will provide a rare look behind the scenes of the HEAT Basketball Operations department and will be cataloged right here on HEAT.com.

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    Alonzo Mourning and Nike Team Up


    On Wednesday, June 6, Zo and Nike gaveaway 2000 sneakers to Miami-Dade Parks and Recreation. He also sat with HEATv to speak on his future. See the video.

  • July 23 - The Art of the Crossover Dribble

    The Art of the Crossover Dribble by Dwyane Wade.

    July 20 - The Art of The Block

    The Art of The Block by Alonzo Mourning.

    July 19 - The Art of The Pullup Three

    The Art of The Pullup Three by Jason Williams.

    July 18 - The Art of The Tippytoe Three

    The Art of The Tippytoe Three by Antoine Walker.

    July 17 - The Art of The Baseline Spin

    The Art of The Baseline Spin by Shaquille O'Neal.

    July 16 - The Art of The Rebound

    The Art of The Rebound by Alonzo Mourning and Udonis Haslem.

    July 13 - The Art of The Pass

    The Art of The Pass by Jason Williams.

    July 12 - The Art of The Cross 'em Up Drive

    The Art of The Cross 'em Up Drive by Antoine Walker.

    June 29 - Daequan Cook Press Conference

    View the HEAT 2007 first round draft pick Daequan Cook Press Conference.

    June 27 - Jameer Nelson Draft Vignette

    Jameer Nelson was selected by the Denver Nuggets with the 20th overall pick in the 2004 NBA Draft.

    June 26 - Speedy Claxton Draft Vignette

    Speedy Claxton was selected by the Philadelphia 76ers with the 20th overall pick in the 2000 NBA Draft.

    June 25 - Kevin Edwards Draft Vignette

    Kevin Edwards was selected by the Miami HEAT with the 20th pick overall in the 1988 NBA Draft.

    June 24 - Latrell Sprewell Draft Vignette

    Latrell Sprewell was selected by the Golden State Warriors with the 24th overall pick in the 1992 NBA Draft.

    June 23 - Andrei Kirilenko Draft Vignette

    Andrei Kirilenko was selected by the Utah Jazz with the 24th overall pick in the 1999 NBA Draft.

    June 22 - Michael Finley Draft Vignette

    Michael Finley was selected by the Phoenix Suns with the 21st overall pick in the 1995 NBA Draft.

    June 21 - Leandro Barbosa Draft Vignette
    Leandro Barbosa was selected by the Phoenix Suns with the 28th overall pick in the 2003 NBA Draft.

    June 20 - Al Harrington Draft Vignette

    Al Harrington entered professional basketball right out of high school when the Pacers selected him with the 25th overall pick in the 1998 NBA Draft.

    June 20 - Boris Diaw Draft Vignette

    Boris Diaw was selected as the 21st overall pick of the 2003 NBA Draft by the Atlanta Hawks.

    June 19 - Michael Redd Draft Vignette

    Michael Redd was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks with the 43rd overall pick in the 2000 NBA Draft from Ohio State University.

    June 18 - Jason Kapono Draft Vignette

    Jason Kapono was selected by the Cleveland Cavaliers with the 31st pick overall in the 2003 NBA Draft.

    June 17 - Zydrunas Ilgauskas Draft Vignette

    Zydrunas Ilgauskas was drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers with the 20th overall pick in the 1996 NBA Draft.

    June 14 - Tony Parker Draft Vignette

    Tony Parker was selected by the San Antonio Spurs with the 28th overall pick in the 2001 NBA draft.

    June 13 - Gilbert Arenas Draft Vignette

    Gilbert Arenas was selected by the Golden State Warriors in the 31st pick overall in the 2001 NBA draft from Arizona.

    June 12 - Carlos Boozer Draft Vignette

    With the 35th pick in the 2002 NBA Draft the Cleveland Cavaliers selected Carlos Boozer from Duke University.

    June 11 - Sam Cassell Draft Vignette

    From Florida State University Sam Cassell was selected by the Houston Rockets with the 24th pick overall in the 1993 NBA Draft.

    June 10 - Josh Howard Draft Vignette

    The Wake Forest alumni was selected with the 29th overall pick in the 2003 NBA Draft by the Dallas Mavericks.

    June 9 - Tayshaun Prince Draft Vignette

    With the 23rd pick in the 2002 NBA Draft the Detroit Pistons selected Tayshaun Prince from the University of Kentucky.

    June 8 - Udonis Haslem Draft Vignette

    From the University of Florida Udonis Haslem went undrafted in the 2002 NBA Draft and played professional basketball in France. Haslem was signed as a free agent by the Miami HEAT in 2003.