I think the Heat already played their best game of the series. Maybe they’ll pull out one more win, and the Lakers are going to have to do more than just show up. But, it’s Lebron’s series to lose, and I don’t see that happening.
The Hurricanes basketball program bolstered their future perimeter offense with the commitment from class of 2021 four-star prospect Nisine Poplar, a combo guard out of Philadelphia’s Math, Civics, and Sciences Charter School (MC&S).
The Heat have excelled all year long with a tough defense and lots of ball movement on offense, but the Celtics are playing great as Jayson Tatum is proving himself as one of the best offensive players in the league. For the Heat to edge out the Celtics and advance to the NBA Finals, there’s a couple things that have to happen.
Miami forward Beatrice Mompremier was selected 20th overall in the WNBA draft Friday night.
Despite missing almost the entirety of the 2019-2020 basketball season, Miami forward Beatrice Mompremier is expected to hear her name called by WNBA commissioner Cathy Engelbert this Friday in the WNBA draft.
“I mean a little emotional, I’m not going to lie,” Vasiljevic said about making the game-winning free throws. “But for me to get on that free throw line and score the last point, means a lot. I trust in myself, I put in the work and I wanted everyone to know the game was over.”
Miami head coach Katie Meier’s hopefulness for her team fell short Wednesday night in Greensboro, North Carolina, as her team lost to the Clemson Tigers 71-56 in the first round of the ACC tournament.
On Sunday, Beatrice Mompremier made her highly anticipated return to the court against Boston College in Chestnut Hill, where the redshirt senior scored 15 points in 17 minutes.
Notre Dame (16-10, 7-8) snapped the Hurricanes (14-12) three game winning streak in a 87-71 rout of Miami.