April 29, 2021
Just as the game looked like it was getting away, Jimmy Butler and Dewayne Dedmon propelled a 15-0 run to get a sweep of the season series.
It was also a strong game for Kendrick Nunn.
Ethan Skolnick and Alex Toledo discuss that, as well as the possibility that Victor Oladipo doesn't return this season.
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April 27, 2021
With no Ethan Skolnick tonight, Greg Sylvander and Alex Toledo jump on to talk about the Heat giving away another game they should gave won, despite being depleted. We talk about what happened down the stretch as well as Trevor Ariza's performance and his offseason outlook with the Heat.
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April 25, 2021
Goran Dragic has been a fan favorite, rightly so, but he has seemed to struggle more this season.
Ethan Skolnick, Greg Sylvander and Alex Toledo examine his play, aesthetically and statistically, and find that the eye test and the stat sheet don't necessarily align.
Also, a sort-of update on Victor Oladipo... and a check on the Heat's (gulp) play-in possibilities. Should the Heat fear the Wizards?
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April 25, 2021
In the first episode of Full Court Press on Five Reasons YouTube channel, Gad, Marco and Ariel discuss:
MVP (Steph?!) - DPOY?! - Current Finals picks in each conference - Gad’s random stats guessing game - 1 Thing we all like from around the league - Culture Corner segment
April 24, 2021
Just when you thought the Heat were starting to roll, they got smashed by the Trae Young-loss Hawks in a game Miami had to have.
What does it say that they can't summon consistent effort?
And what will this mean in the standings?
Ethan Skolnick and Alex Toledo survey the damage.
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April 23, 2021
Howard Beck of Sports Illustrated joins Ethan Skolnick and Greg Sylvander to discuss:
-- If the Nets can pull it together after so little time together?
-- Does Giannis or Embiid have the better supporting cast?
-- Do the Heat have a shot?
Plus, Eric Brown (FiveReasonsRealtor.com) joins Ethan for Value Plays, with a series of tough Heat questions.
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April 22, 2021
With Ethan Skolnick out of the fold tonight, Greg Sylvander and Alex Toledo jump on to talk about the Heat's 107-87 win over the San Antonio Spurs. We talked about Bam and Tyler's performances, the team's dominant defensive game, with the zone being back, and looking forward with some standings & matchup talk.
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April 20, 2021
The shorthanded Miami Heat pulled away from the woeful Houston Rockets on Monday night, largely behind the play of Kendrick Nunn.
That triggered a debate between Ethan Skolnick, Greg Sylvander and Alex Toledo.
When Victor Oladipo returns, should Nunn get minutes ahead of the struggling Tyler Herro?
Plus, a look at the standings, and the playoff possibilities.
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April 18, 2021
Ethan J. Skolnick and Alex Toledo hop on from American Airlines Arena to talk about Bam's moment, taking out the Brooklyn Nets with a game winner at the buzzer. We also get into Dewayne Dedmon's big game, Spo's lineup decisions down the stretch & Victor Oladipo potentially being back for the Playoffs.
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April 17, 2021
This might have been the worst loss yet. The Miami Heat wasted a sublime box score from Jimmy Butler, and a strong offensive game from Trevor Ariza, to lose to the worst-in-the-West Timberwolves.
What's with Tyler Herro? And where did Miami's magic go?
Ethan Skolnick and Greg Sylvander host.
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April 15, 2021
After the Miami Heat were thrashed again, this time in Denver, Ariel Attias and Alex Toledo join Ethan Skolnick to assess the damage... and whether the Heat are any better than mediocre at this stage.
Also, a Value Plays segment with Eric Brown (FiveReasonsRealtor.com); what's been the biggest difference between this season and last?
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April 14, 2021
The Miami Heat started fast in Phoenix, then fell apart against the Suns as no one could make a three, and Bam Adebayo refused to shoot.
Ethan Skolnick and Greg Sylvander identify five concerns, one of which is Jimmy Butler's ankle entering a tough matchup in Denver.
Then Heat VP Michael McCullough joins again to discuss the Heat's changing plans for fans at the arena.
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April 12, 2021
As Victor Oladipo meets with specialists and decides how to manage his knee/quad injury -- with the rest of his first Miami Heat season at stake -- Ethan Skolnick, Greg Sylvander and Alex Toledo welcome back Scott Agness of Fieldhouse Files to discuss how Oladipo initially handled the injury in Indiana with the Pacers.
They dig into his influences and aspirations.
How is this likely to play out with Miami?
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April 12, 2021
The Miami Heat started the road trip right, as Jimmy Butler led a dominant defensive effort in a 106-98 win at Portland.
Ethan, Alex and Greg talk about what went right on that end, and Tyler Herro's strong game on the other.
Plus, the latest on Victor Oladipo.
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April 9, 2021
The Miami Heat trudged to a win against the shorthanded Los Angeles Lakers, who were without LeBron James and Anthony Davis, but the story was the injury to Victor Oladipo just as he seemed to be getting some rhythm.
Ethan, Alex and Greg discuss the implications, if it's a short or long term situation. And might we now see some of Kendrick Nunn.
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