The Miami Heat have been one of the surprises of the NBA season thus far. Here are three conclusions to draw about the Heat through 15 games.
I was today-years-old when I found out it was World Diabetes Day. November 14th marks the occasion because it's the birthday of Sir Frederick Banting, who co-discovered insulin with Charles Best in 1922. World Diabetes Day became an official United Nations Day in 2006, so this is the 13th year for the campaign that aims … Continue reading Living with Diabetes is hard, affording it is harder.
The Miami Dolphins won yesterday, a 16-12 upset victory over the playoff-hopeful Indianapolis Colts. It's the second-straight victory for the Dolphins and the franchise's first road win since September of 2018. But if you were to head over to Twitter after the game, you wouldn't see universal praise coming from Miami fans, as a large … Continue reading Dolphins Dilemma: To Tank, Or Not to Tank
Miami Heat rookies Kendrick Nunn and Tyler Herro are mired in a slump, but they remain integral parts of the best lineups and the future.
The Miami Heat are coming off a difficult loss to the Los Angles Lakers and return home 6-3 after a 1-2 road trip. With just over 10 percent of the schedule complete, who the Miami Heat is is coming into focus. At the moment, Miami sits at No. 3 in the Eastern Conference, behind Boston … Continue reading Numbers say Miami Heat belongs among the elites
It's been some lean years for Miami sports fans, but this past weekend saw the city's teams turn the tide, if just for a few days. Miami went 6-0 this weekend, and with all the talk of tanking and turmoil, it was great to be a joyous fan again. It's hard to choose one contest … Continue reading What a (Sports) Weekend