Udonis Haslem and the Miami Heat spent parts of two days reviewing many scenarios, hoping there was a way to avoid surgery.
The biggest outcome for the Miami Heat on Monday might not be a win or loss against the Indiana Pacers.
All the Miami Heat banners, reminders of everything from division titles to the 2006 NBA championship, were missing from the rafters Monday night.
Udonis Haslem has played with broken fingers, separated shoulders, illnesses and sprained ankles. So when he needed to be carried to the locker room with his latest injury, the Miami Heat suspected it was bad.
All Chris Bosh needed to get his scoring touch back was a matchup with the Phoenix Suns. And it didn't even take a full night's work.
If the Miami Heat locker room was polled, LeBron James would not have unanimous support in the race for Time's Person of the Year.
Dwyane Wade has been part of a Miami Heat team that stumbled at the start of a season, and been part of a Heat team that began the year flying high.
Another low for the Dallas Cowboys: They made LeBron James watch something else.
The New Orleans Hornets are rolling. The Milwaukee Bucks are sputtering _ and growing increasingly frustrated.