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Topic - Pat Riley
Wade is entering his 12th Heat season and is the franchise's all-time leader in games, points, assists and steals. Last month, he opted out of a deal that would have paid him $42 million over the next two seasons.
Keeping Bosh addresses one of the Miami's top priorities after getting the news earlier in the day that James was leaving the Heat and returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The meeting took place more than two weeks after James opted out of his contract and elected to become a free agent and the day before free agents may begin signing contracts.
Josh McRoberts agreed to terms for the full mid-level exception at $23 million and with Danny Granger for $4.2 million as the Heat try to entice their Big 3 to stay in tact.
A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press that LeBron James has decided to opt out of the final two years of his contract with the Miami Heat and become a free agent on July 1.
Riley opened his season-ending news conference Thursday saying that he was angry about what he calls a lack of perspective about the Heat, who have been to the NBA Finals in each of the last four seasons and won two of the last three championships.
Pat Riley would win soundly in a popularity contest. Many NBA fans don't know what Buford does for a living and most couldn't identify him in a lineup. But the disparity in versatility and overall talent compared to the Spurs is painfully obvious.
Miami Heat president Pat Riley has a message for all the Miami Heat fans that are already looking ahead to the playoffs and a chance for a third straight NBA championship.
Greg Oden has taken his physical, done a bit of house hunting in South Florida and signed on the dotted line.
Mike Miller was a luxury that the Miami Heat decided they could no longer afford.
When the Miami Heat won their first championship in 2006, then-coach Pat Riley decided to enter the following season without major roster changes.
LeBron James has this summer on his mind, and is already starting to plan for next season.
Pat Riley has this vision in which LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh finish their careers together with the Miami Heat, then get their numbers retired by the organization at the same time.
Jerry Buss had been a chemist and a mathematician long before he bought the Los Angeles Lakers in 1979. The self-made millionaire with a head for business and an impresario's heart immersed himself in the NBA with every skill he acquired along the way.
Jerry Buss, the Los Angeles Lakers' playboy owner who shepherded the NBA franchise to 10 championships from the `80s Showtime dynasty to the Kobe Bryant era, died Monday, his assistant said.
Heat President Pat Riley confirmed that Wade again bought into the Heat mantra of sacrifice.
"Dwyane has been the franchise cornerstone for this team since the day he arrived 11 years ago," Riley said. "He has shown his commitment to the Heat many times over the course of his career and has always been willing to sacrifice in order to help build this team into a champion. This time is no different."