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    How about the scrimmage?

    I am out of state so I could not watch the Heat scrimmage today. I want to know how was it? How did Beasley do?

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    I second this.
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    For a second year in a row, Miami Heat fans welcomed back the NBA world champions at the AmericanAirlines Arena with the annual team scrimmage held at the conclusion of training camp.

    LeBron James ditched his trademark headband and played sparingly, as did his superstar teammates Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh (which led the Red team with 17 points and 10 rebounds). LeBron only scored one basket, but who's counting in a game with such an insignificant score? Even with few minutes of game play, the three each had their moments to the delight of their fans. Unsurprisingly, those fighting for the last roster spots played much harder than the veterans did with the standouts being Justin Hamilton and Eric Griffin (11 points, 9 rebounds). Hamilton in particular showed a nice, soft touch around the basket (though he did miss more than a few easy baskets around the rim) and a willingness to crash the boards on both ends. Rashard Lewis (10 points, 7 rebounds) showed off his shooting skills on both sides of the three-point area and James Jones contributed 15 points but was inefficient from long range tonight. Norris Cole played well on both ends of the floor and finished with 14 points and 8 assists.

    The starters for the Red Team were LeBron, Mario Chalmers, Ray Allen, Lewis and Joel Anthony. The White team starters were Wade, Bosh, Jones, Cole, and Shane Battier.

    Udonis Haslem, Michael Beasley, Chris Andersen, Roger Mason Jr and Greg Oden did not participate tonight.

    Highlights of the night included Ray Allen sprinting to the floor to be the first Heat player practicing shots during the pregame routine. He camped out on the free throw line. Later during "halftime", he practiced half-court shots - hitting nothing but net on his fourth try. Birdman enjoyed the most cheers from the fans, aside from the Big 3, despite not playing tonight. Later, he mistakenly referred to the Heat's home as the American Airlines Center (the home of the Dallas Mavericks) during an in-game interview with Heat television personality Jason Jackson though fans either didn't care or simply didn't hear it due to the loud cheering for the fan favorite. Beasley sat next to Haslem, slightly limping about during stoppages in time. Speaking of which, the game was divided into four 10-minute quarters in which the game clocked only stopped for timeouts.

    The Heat will host the Atlanta Hawks tomorrow night at the AmericanAirlines Arena in their first preseason game. The game will be televised by Sun Sports.


    You mad Bill?!

    Let's Go HEAT!!!

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    How about the scrimmage?

    Why didn't Beasley play? Hope he plays tommorow




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    t Beasley out tonight too got kicked in calf


    You mad Bill?!

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    No pre-season game thread...

    Bosh came out strong in the 1st, good for him.



    Enjoy Haters
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    As a rookie Micheal Beasley averaged 13.9pts per game on .472 shooting. Do you know how many times Kobe Bryant or Tracy Mcgrady shot at that percent or better? Never in there whole careers. If Beas can be what he was when he was a rookie (he won't hell be better) then the heat are coming away with another steal.

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    Bosh looked great.


    You mad Bill?!

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    he is so ready for the great season. also i like joels play. Lebron is little rusty.
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    Roger Mason is playing very well


    You mad Bill?!

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    How about the scrimmage?

    How did JH do?




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    Hamilton did not play in the 1st preseason game

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    I had tix for the game, but I couldn't go. My 12 page paper for class took way too much time since I had to trim it down from 18 pages. #UniversityProblems

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