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|Haslem shakes off rust before playoffs: Heat forward Udonis Haslem was back in the starting lineup for the team's season finale Wednesday against the Magic, after missing the team's previous four games with an ankle injury. Haslem played 23 minutes in the game, scoring four points on 2 of 4 shooting, with three rebounds, in a 105-93 win. |
|No information available at this time (Updated 5/19/13).|
|Haslem has been in the starting lineup for much of the season, as he will finish with 59 starts, his most since 2008-09. Unfortunately, he has done little for the team, scoring just 3.9 points with 5.4 rebounds per game. Both of those are career lows. At this point in his career, Haslem is not worth targeting in any Fantasy formats on Draft Day next season. |
Heat blow out Bulls in testy Game 2, even series
Ray Allen scored 21 points, LeBron James had 19 and the Miami Heat embarrassed the Chicago Bulls with a 115-78 victory in Game 2 of the teams' Eastern Conference semifinal series on Wednesday night.
Humbled by fourth MVP nod, LeBron says 'I don't know my ceiling'
Miami Heat practice had ended, and LeBron James lingered under a basket, fetching free throws for two teammates as he awaited his turn to shoot.
Heat oust Bucks, record first sweep in Big Three era
LeBron James scored 30, Ray Allen had another big game against his old team and the Miami Heat advanced to the Eastern Conference semifinals with an 88-77 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday. It's the first time the Heat have swept a playoff series since James and Chris Bosh joined Dwyane Wade in Miami three years ago.
Heat wear out Bucks, take commanding 3-0 lead
Ray Allen scored 23 points and broke the NBA career playoff record for 3-pointers, and the Miami Heat used another of their patented runs to beat the Milwaukee Bucks 104-91 on Thursday night for a 3-0 lead in their first-round series.
|Udonis Haslem was able to walk away his second NBA title during the 2011-12 campaign, but arguably turned in his worst statistical year as a pro. After being limited to just 13 games two years ago due to a knee injury, Haslem struggled to find offensive rhythm during the Heat's Championship run. He averaged a career-worst 6.0 points while shooting just 42.3 percent from the field, which was also a career-low for the former University of Florida standout. Even his rebounding numbers took a hit as the 7.3 boards he averaged was his lowest output since his rookie season. However, as a career 49 percent shooter from the field, Haslem looks to be a prime candidate for a bounce-back season in 2012-13. While he doesn't start, he will be counted to provide the Heat with 25-plus minutes off the bench as one of their few low-post players. Still, since his two biggest assets to Fantasy owners are his rebounding and shooting percentage, Haslem should go undrafted in most formats. Only owners in deeper leagues should consider scooping up the 32-year-old with a late-round selection. (Updated 8/22/12)|
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