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MIAMI HEAT PROVING CRITICS WRONG, WHILE PUSHING PACERS TO THE EDGE

Mike Biana Follow on Twitter @MikeBiana So much for LeBron’s trash talking being “a sign of weakness.” (32 points, 10 rebounds, 5 assists and a flurry of highlights from King James.) So much for Chris Bosh’s inefficiency against Indiana. (25 points, including the game’s first 8 points.) So much for Indiana’s size advantage over Miami. (Roy Hibbert: 0 points, 5 ... Read More »

Inferno Torch VooDoo, Dominate in Home Debut

By Mike Biana Follow him on Twitter @mikebiana If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. If you can’t stand the Inferno, get out of The BankUnited Center. Photo Credit Mike Biana The Miami Inferno, the newcomers of the Ultimate Indoor Football League, dazzled in front of their home crowd on Sunday, all but bullying the Missouri ... Read More »

Enter the Inferno: Miami’s Hottest New Team Takes the Field

BY Mike Biana Miami–Are you ready for some football? While the NFL Draft took place just last week and the actual season won’t start until September 4th, you won’t have to wait that long to see some action on the field thanks to the Ultimate Indoor Football League. The Miami Inferno, the UIFL’s newest team, spanked the reigning champion Florida ... Read More »

DON’T HIT THE PANIC BUTTON MIAMI HEAT FANS

By Mike Biana Follow him on Twitter The Miami Heat have played just nine games since the end of the regular season, four less than their Eastern Conference Finals foes, the Indiana Pacers. Miami made short work of Charlotte in the first round, breaking out the brooms against the Bobcats with a 4-0 sweep. When LeBron James and Dwyane Wade ... Read More »

No way, Jose. Not you too.

By Mike Biana @mikebiana The reigning National League Rookie of the Year has dealt his fair share of bad news—to opponents, that is, having struck out 70 batters on the young 2014 season. Now, the electric Marlins’ ace has been dealt his own bad news: he has been required to have Tommy John surgery on his right elbow, effectively putting ... Read More »