Miami Heat and NBA insider podcast hosted by Ethan Skolnick with Alex Toledo, Greg Sylvander and prominent guests. This is the new flagship of the Five Reasons Sports Network.
Miami Heat: Finally Back at .500 after W without Butler
It took a while, but the Miami Heat are back to even, 17-17 on the season after a win against the Atlanta Hawks.
This one came without Jimmy Butler (knee), behind the continued strong play of Kendrick Nunn.
Ethan Skolnick and Alex Toledo are joined by Marco Romo to discuss the milestone, Nunn's play, John Collins (who was big for Atlanta) and more.
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Miami Heat: They're Back! (after Win vs. Jazz)
Looking for the Bubble Heat? You found them Friday night in an impressive win against the best-in-NBA Utah Jazz. Miami's star trio of Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebayo and Goran Dragic played like they did during last season's Finals run.
Ethan Skolnick and Greg Sylvander identify five themes from the contest, starting with Butler's continuing brilliance, and a news nugget from Ethan.
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Miami Heat: Assessing the Adversity Narrative
The Miami Heat had a tough start to the season, but are now 15-17 and rising in the East.
ESPN and other national outlets, however, didn't seem to give the Heat the same "pass" as other teams have gotten, like the Lakers and Celtics, for their struggles.
Ethan Skolnick, Greg Sylvander and Alex Toledo compare what Miami has gone through to other contenders. Have they really had it worse?
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Miami Heat: Team Nobody Wants to Play?
The Miami Heat looked strong in their return home Wednesday, beating the Toronto Raptors behind All-Star level performances from Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo.... and helped by the return of Goran Dragic.
They're looking more and more like a darkhorse team in the East again.
Ethan Skolnick, Alex Toledo and Greg Sylvander discuss whether they are fine as is, or still need a tweak or two.
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Bobby Marks on Miami Heat, NBA Trades
With the trade deadline one month away, Bobby Marks of ESPN returns to Five on the Floor to discuss strategy and scenarios with Ethan Skolnick and Greg Sylvander.
They start with his All-Star selections and then cover the Heat's ideal approach, what happened to the 2021 free agent class, and whether some big names will be moved. Everyone is covered.
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Miami Heat: Lessons of 4-3 West Coast Trip
The Miami Heat woke up in time to finish off the Thunder in Oklahoma City, lifting their trip record to 4-3 before liftoff for home.
After the final buzzer, Ethan Skolnick and Greg Sylvander identify the five primary lessons from the road trip, covering everyone from Jimmy Butler to Kendrick Nunn, and projecting forward as the team heads home and into the trade deadline.
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