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Katie Meier: Clemson Postgame Presser




Head coach Katie Meier discusses Miami’s 69-60 win over the Clemson Tigers.

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GameThread: Florida Panthers at Seattle Kraken




Panthers (28-8-5 61P) at Kraken (12-24-4 28P)

FLA in Season Series: Game 2 of 2 (0-1-0) – LBC Caterwaul

PLAYER STATS: Florida / Seattle

Where: Climate Pledge Arena, Seattle, WA

When: 9:00 p.m. ET

Watch: Bally Sports Florida, Root-NW

Listen: Panthers Radio Network

Enemy Intel: Davy Jones Locker Room

Socials: #TimeToHunt, #SeaKraken, #FLAvsSEA, @LitterBoxCats, LBC FaceBook

Expected starters: Florida: Bobrovsky (20-3-3 2.38) / Seattle: Grubauer (9-15-4 3.26)

Sunday in the Atlantic (Standings/Panthers Playoff Chances):

  • OTTAWA (11-20-3 25P) at Columbus (18-19-1 37P) 7 p.m.

Idle: TBL (61P), TOR (53P), BOS (50P), DET (42P), BUF (33P), MTL (23P)

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GameThread: Los Angeles Lakers (23-23) @ Miami Heat (29-17)




This is our GAMETHREAD: Chat live about the game here!

The Miami Heat (29-17) host the Los Angeles Lakers (23-23) at the FTX Arena on Sunday at 6:00pm.

Anthony Davis has been ruled out for the game and will miss his 17th consecutive game after being upgraded to questionable earlier today.

PJ Tucker was previously listed in the injury report as questionable with calf soreness but he will be active today.



  • Victor Oladipo: out (knee; surgery rehab)
  • Kyle Lowry: out (personal reasons)
  • KZ Okpala: out (wrist)
  • Markieff Morris: out (conditioning)
  • Tyler Herro: out (H/S Protocols)


  • Anthony Davis: out (knee)
  • Sekou Doumbouya: out (health and safety protocols)
  • Kendrick Nunn: out (knee)

TV: Bally Sports Sun, NBA TV, NBA League Pass

Tipoff: 6:00 p.m.

Radio: WAXY 790 / WAQI 710 / Sirius XM Channel 895 (Heat Radio Network simulcast)

Starting Lineups

Lakers Position Heat
Lakers Position Heat
Russell Westbrook PG Gabe Vincent
Avery Bradley SG Duncan Robinson
Trevor Ariza SF Jimmy Butler
LeBron James PF PJ Tucker
Dwight Howard C Bam Adebayo

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Erik Spoelstra says his sons are big fans of LeBron James for an unconventional reason




Miami Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra indicated that his two sons are fans of LeBron James, but because of his appearance in “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” not basketball.

I also love how Erik Spoelstra referred to his two sons as the “Spo Bros.”

— Anthony Chiang (@Anthony_Chiang) January 23, 2022

The Heat and Lakers battle each other in Miami on Sunday night, with Spoelstra’s sons in attendance. While they’ll no doubt focus on their father, they’ll get to see James playing the game that made him famous enough to be in that film.

Spoelstra’s sons weren’t around during the four years in which their father served as James’ head coach from 2010 to 2014. During that span, James, along with players like Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, led the Heat to trips to the finals and two NBA titles.

James’ key role in those championships also came with Finals MVP awards as well. After James left the Heat in 2014, he went on to lead the Cleveland Cavaliers to an NBA title, as well as the Los Angeles Lakers to one four years later.

Sunday’s game and the fanfare surrounding it may leave an immediate impact with the younger Spoelstras, though their father’s influence figures to resonate much more deeply in the years ahead.

Still, at some point in the future, the elder Spoelstra will be in attendance when James enters the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Perhaps at that point, they’ll have a better understanding of just how much of an impact James has had on the game.

The Heat begin a four-game homestand with their game against the Lakers, with a Wednesday date against the New York Knicks next on the schedule.

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