1. Miami-Carolina: Dreams Do Come True—Dolphins Devour Panthers in 24-17 Win

    Noted psychic Edgar Cayce once said, “Dreams are today’s answers to tomorrow’s questions.” I dared to dream of a Miami Dolphins victory over the Carolina Panthers in my preview you can read here ...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 309 reads 37 comments

  2. Miami-Atlanta: Heat Needed a Hero in 105-90 Loss to Hawks—Calling Wade

    Bonnie Tyler is famous for her song “Holding Out For a Hero.” In it, she sings that she needs a hero, and I know exactly how she feels, for I, and all Heat fans, need a hero badly...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 343 reads 21 comments

  3. Miami-Carolina: You May Say I'm a Dreamer, But Dolphins Eat Panthers

    To paraphrase the legendary musical pioneer, John Lennon, you may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only ‘Phins fan who is one...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 721 reads 66 comments

  4. Miami-Oklahoma City: Kevin Durant and Thunder Trample Heat in 100-87 Win

    In a game where youth and length were on display, there was a lot of testiness between the Miami Heat and the Oklahoma City Thunder, with a scrum even exploding in the second quarter ...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 394 reads 9 comments

  5. Marlins' Chris Coghlan: A Special Player Who's Now 2009 NL Rookie of the Year

    Reading as much as I could find on the subject over the past month or two I came to only one conclusion: Andrew McCutchen, J.A...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 384 reads 13 comments

  6. Miami-New Jersey: Wade Charbroils Nets With Last-Second Trey in Heat Win

    Look up the word winner in the dictionary and you’ll likely now find a picture of Dwyane Wade right there next to the definition...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 392 reads 34 comments

  7. Miami-Cleveland: Heat Fall Just Short in Heartbreaking Loss to Cavaliers

    In a titanic showdown between Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat and LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers last night in AmericanAirlines Arena, D-Wade and the Heat fell just short of ...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 441 reads 8 comments

  8. Miami-Cleveland: Heat Gonna Give Cavaliers Same as They Gave Wizards

    The Miami Heat are on a roll this year and find themselves in first place in the Southeast division, ahead of the Eastern Conference Champion Orlando Magic (6-3)...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 236 reads 33 comments

  9. Sports & Veterans Day: Reflect, Understand, and Soften Your Heart

    Sports are important to every single reader of these pages. That’s obvious, or none of us would be here...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 227 reads 76 comments

  10. Miami-Washington: Heat Look To Burn Wizards for Best Start in a Decade

    It’s been a decade since the Miami Heat started the season 6-1. Unless things go dreadfully wrong tonight at American Airlines Arena, that long drought will be over...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 219 reads 29 comments

  11. What's Up With That? Volume Six

    I’ve never gotten into the Twitter craze. For those unfamiliar with Twitter , it’s a free social networking and micro—blogging service that enables its users to send and read instant messages known as tweets ...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 227 reads 38 comments

  12. Miami-New England: Dolphins Fall Short Against Patriots in 27-17 Loss

    The Miami Dolphins won the time of possession over New England, controlling the ball nearly 31 minutes of the game...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 278 reads 35 comments

  13. Miami-New England: Despite Everything, Will Dolphins Beat Patriots?

    Two weeks ago, the Miami Dolphins were flying high. Sure, they’d started out the season 0-3, and were about to take on the NFL’s highest-powered offense. Yet, there was optimism in the air...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 272 reads 14 comments

  14. Unrealized Potential: Florida Marlins Trade Jeremy Hermida to Boston

    On Sept. 30, 2009, Marlins manager Fredi Gonzalez stated Jeremy Hermida wouldn’t be playing anytime soon. Apparently, Hermida had injured an oblique muscle, and was scratched from the lineup indefinitely...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 510 reads 37 comments

  15. Florida Marlins K Competition: Randy St. Claire Hired as Pitching Coach

    In my last article on the Marlins—which you can read here —I stated that I felt the Marlins should promote in-house and bring Reid Cornelius or Scott Mitchell up from one ...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 120 reads 0 comments

  16. The Best Money Can Buy: New York Yankees' 27th Title No Real Accomplishment

    As the New York Yankees rushed the field after the final out in the top of the ninth inning of Game Six of the World Series, cementing their victory and crowning them champions of the world again for the 27th time, I felt a little sick to my stomach...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 1,098 reads 110 comments

  17. Miami-Washington: Heat Look to Forget Suns Loss and Win Against Wizards

    There’s no doubt the fourth quarter of last night’s game was horrendous. The Phoenix Suns employed a zone defensive scheme that both surprised and stymied the Miami Heat ...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 200 reads 11 comments

  18. Miami-Phoenix: Suns' Offensive Juggernaut Meet Heat's Resolute Defense

    The Miami Heat’s next opponent will be a real test. Unlike their three previous adversaries, the Phoenix Suns (3-0) are, like the Heat (3-0) themselves, one of five teams in the NBA who are still unbeaten...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 250 reads 1 comments

  19. Miami-Chicago: Heat Hoping Bulls Can Provide More Fond Memories

    Miami played the Bulls three times last year, and all three games were memorable for different reasons; and more importantly, all three were wins for the boys from South Beach. The first matchup was notable because it was played on Dec...

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  20. Miami-Indiana: Jermaine O'Neal and Heat Lap Pacers in 96-83 Win

    The Miami Heat got the usual production from their superstar guard, Dwyane Wade, as he poured in 32 points on 9-of-19 shooting from the field (14-of-19 from the FT-line) to go along ...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 335 reads 2 comments

  21. Miami-Indiana: Heat Look to Continue Scorching Play Against Pacers

    There’s no questioning the fact the Miami Heat started out red-hot this season with a 115-93 victory over the New York Knicks...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 214 reads 2 comments

  22. Andre Agassi Shocks World With "Open" Admission of Meth Addiction

    Andre Agassi shocked the world yesterday. He didn’t announce he was coming out of retirement, or anything as mundane as he’s having a baby...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 5,833 reads 18 comments

  23. Miami-Clemson: Tigers Claw Out 40-37 OT Win, Dash Hurricanes' Title Hopes

    The Hurricanes lost a gut-wrenching game to the Tigers in overtime yesterday afternoon, 40-37, when Clemson’s quarterback Kyle Parker found wide receiver Jacoby Ford for a 26-yard ...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 451 reads 23 comments

  24. Florida Marlins' Front Office Must Throw Strikes in Pitching Coach Hire

    When the Marlins let pitching coach Mark Wiley go along with first base/infield coach Andy Fox I wasn’t all that concerned (and if you’re concerned about either of them, ...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 360 reads 17 comments

  25. Miami-Memphis: Wade Burns Grizzlies for 35 as Heat Win 99-93

    The Miami Heat’s star guard, Dwyane Wade, hasn’t been asked to do much this preseason. He’s averaged just over 16 points on 38.6-percent shooting in the three exhibition games he’s taken part in, two of them losses...

    Steve Smith Written by Steve Smith about 5 years ago 404 reads 28 comments