With the Heat summer league team off on Monday it seems like the perfect time to tackle questions from our readers in this week's Heat Check mailbag.
by: Alexander Wilson — Empire Sports Media 9 Jul
Finding a way to extract the offensive prowess from New York Knicks' 19 year-old PG, Frank Ntilikina, will be the most difficult task for coach Fizdale.
by: Manny Navarro — Miami Herald: Heat Check 9 Jul
Even with LeBron James switching conferences, few are picking Miami to get past Boston or Philadelphia next season and win the East. But Heat players, who felt last season they were contenders, feel differently.
by: Ira Winderman — Sun-Sentinel 8 Jul
Derrick Jones Jr. sprains his ankle in Miami Heat summer league loss to Charlotte Hornets, as Pat Riley, Erik Spoelstra look on.
by: Manny Navarro — Miami Herald: Heat Check 7 Jul
The Miami Heat opened play in the Las Vegas Summer League Saturday afternoon with an ugly 110-84 loss to the New Orleans Pelicans inside the Cox Pavilion on the UNLV campus.
Heat mailbag: Where does Carmelo Anthony fit it with the Heat (if he does at all). That & more on tanking
by: Tom D'Angelo — Palm Beach Post: Heat Zone 7 Jul
Time for another Miami Heat mailbag If you were not able to ask a question this time, send them along for future mailbags via Twitter to @tomdangelo44 and @Anthony_Chiang. You can also e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. From @ChrisHypeTrain: Where would...
by: Ira Winderman — Sun-Sentinel: Miami Heat Blog 7 Jul
Is Carmelo Anthony a viable option for the Miami Heat?
by: Ira Winderman — Sun-Sentinel: Miami Heat Blog 6 Jul
Could the Miami Heat make an offer for Kawhi Leonard that the San Antonio Spurs can't refuse?
by: Ira Winderman — Sun-Sentinel 5 Jul
Miami Heat guard Wayne Ellington ranks at the top remaining unrestricted free agent in ESPN's ratings.
by: Ira Winderman — Sun-Sentinel 4 Jul
The Miami Heat caught in a waiting game amid NBA free agency.
What’s in store for the Miami Heat this offseason? A roster breakdown with a look at what’s next for each player
by: Anthony Chiang — Palm Beach Post: Heat Zone 3 Jul
MIAMI -- The Heat entered the offseason with a lot of questions surrounding their roster and very little financial flexibility to make significant changes. Excluding cap holds, the Heat have 11 players under contract for 2018-19 who are due about $120...
by: Tom D'Angelo — Palm Beach Post: Heat Zone 2 Jul
SACRAMENTO – The Heat will play in two summer leagues spanning more than two weeks. First up, three games in the California Summer League, starting at 9 p.m. tonight against Golden State. After facing the Lakers and Kings in Sacramento, the...
by: Ira Winderman — Sun-Sentinel: Miami Heat Blog 2 Jul
Do the Miami Heat have too many shooting guards and not enough of everything else?