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Whiteside out Monday with knee injury

Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside is missing his second straight game, sitting out Monday's matchup with the Atlanta Hawks with a bruised left knee.

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Dragic gets fancy with behind-the-back layup (0:19)
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Richardson and Waiters dominate both ends of the court (0:27)
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The Undefeated

50 greatest players remix: Dwyane Wade

It's been 20 years since the NBA announced its 50 greatest players at the 1997 All-Star game, and the last two decades have brought some changes to the list.

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Whiteside to miss opener with bone bruise

After injuring himself in the Miami Heat's season-opening loss Wednesday at Orlando, Hassan Whiteside will miss the team's home opener against the Indiana Pacers due to a bone bruise in his knee.

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What's the fallout from Rodney McGruder's injury?

Naturally Erik Spoelstra would like to have as many options available as possible, but McGruder's stress fracture will at least make it easier for the Heat coach to find minutes for all his wings.

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Magic win first home opener since 2012 (1:37)
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Whiteside hits first 3 of his career (0:26)
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Waiters connects with Whiteside on alley-oop (0:16)
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Heat moving golf event from Trump's course

The Miami Heat's annual charity golf tournament has been held at President Donald Trump's Doral resort since 2011, but will be hosted elsewhere moving forward.

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7dKevin Pelton

Updated RPM projections: Heat

The injury to Rodney McGruder actually helps Miami's projection slightly, as it gives more minutes to players RPM favors, such as Josh Richardson.

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Miami a huge chapter in LeBron and Wade's relationship (2:00)
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NBA Power Rankings: Where do Heat debut?

It was a tale of two halves for the Heat last season: Miami started 11-30, went 30-11 the rest of the way and wound up missing the playoffs by one game. Which version of the team will we get in 2017-18?

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NBA Yearbook: Class of 2018

See the smiling, shining faces of the NBA's superstars and supporting players like you never have before.

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Beef between Embiid and Whiteside goes from court to social media (1:45)
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Adebayo throws down powerful dunk (0:20)

Team Stats

Points Per Game110.511th
Rebounds Per Game44.5Tied-17th
Assists Per Game25.53rd
Points Allowed112.0Tied-21st

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2017-1811.500
2016-174141.500
2015-164834.585
2014-153745.451
2013-145428.659

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