Al Jefferson has hurt the Heat for years. Now he could join them. (Getty Images)
upcoming free agency is unpredictable, and the Heat can’t possibly know if they’ll be able to bring him back. That’s the goal, Pat Riley says, but other teams are going to hit Whiteside with enticing offers as soon as he becomes available July 1.
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Could Josh McRoberts ignite the Heat offense? (Getty Images)
Heat started this first-round playoff series with a deluge of offense, but got way off track when the action shifted to Charlotte.
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Whiteside was all smiles after lighting up the Hornets in Game 1. (Getty Images)
The Hassan Whiteside Revenge Tour has been going around the country for about a year and a half and shows no sign of taking a break.
Whiteside up against his hometown Hornets in the first round of the playoffs and hasn’t let go of the fact that they wouldn’t give him a tryout when he was training at a church and a local YMCA in Charlotte a few years back.
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The Heat had some crazy games against the Hornets this year. (Getty Images)
A funny thing happened Wednesday night after
the Heat learned they were facing Charlotte in the first round. It took several minutes of confused recollection as two players tried to remember exactly how their season series against the Hornets went.
That can certainly be forgiven after this 82-game. With the playoffs starting Sunday in Miami, here’s a look at the two teams’ clashes this year:
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