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Chris Bosh agrees to $118 million deal to stay in Miami - report

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The Miami Heat went on the offensive after losing LeBron James on Friday by agreeing to a massive five-year, $118 million deal to retain nine-time All-Star Chris Bosh, according to a Yahoo report.

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NBA All Star Chris Bosh repeats his desire to stay with Miami Heat

PHOENIX, AZ - FEBRUARY 11: Chris Bosh #1 of the Miami Heat reacts after hitting a three point shot against the Phoenix Suns during the second half of the NBA game at US Airways Center on February 11, 2014 in Phoenix, Arizona. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.   Christian Petersen/Getty Images/AFP

Barry Jackson After spending so much time away from power forward, his natural position, and subjugating his ego and taking fewer shots, the question invariably will come up: Now that he has won championships,...

Kevin Love plus LeBron James equals Cavaliers on cusp of new NBA dynasty

Jason Lloyd In a city built on sports heartbreak and despair, in a town with a river named Chagrin, it's difficult to process days (and summers) like this.

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Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade ready to move forward without LeBron James

Apart now: Miami Heat forward LeBron James and guard Dwyane Wade sit on the bench during the NBA Finals.

Shandel Richardson Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade had a hunch. When he and LeBron James shared a flight from Las Vegas last month, he could tell there was something different about his former teammate.

Perth Wildcats star James Ennis officially signs with Miami Heat

Perth Wildcats star James Ennis has officially signed with the Miami Heat.

Last season's Perth Wildcats star James Ennis has officially signed with the NBA's Miami Heat - where he will be joined by Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Udonis Haslem and Luol Deng.

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Dwyane Wade staying with Miami Heat

Miami Heat transforms.

Dwyane Wade is staying on with the Miami Heat as the face of the franchise after agreeing a new contract while the NBA team picks up the pieces following the loss of free agent LeBron James last week.

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Luol Deng agrees to contract with Miami Heat

Luol Deng (l) is on his way to Miami.

The Miami Heat continued to recover nicely from the departure of LeBron James, agreeing on Sunday to sign free agent small forward Luol Deng to a two-year, $20 million deal.

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Patty Mills brings a taste of NBA home

Back home: Patty Mills (right) and Aron Baynes  on Tuesday.

Roy Ward Patty Mills has the NBA championship trophy with him for a tour of Australia.

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NBA's off-season is the best in sports - thrills, drama and mystery

The big fish: Superstars such as LeBron James of the Miami Heat have the power to force change in the NBA.

Ryan Black If the NBA offseason were a novel, it would be a thriller. Or perhaps it would be in the mystery section. A case could be made it should be listed as a drama, too.

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LeBron James' agent meets Cleveland Cavaliers about possible reunion

Cleveland calling: Miami superstar LeBron James is in demand.

Four years after their messy break-up, the Cleveland Cavaliers and LeBron James are talking about a reunion.

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LeBron James' pending "The Decision II" has NBA world holding its breath

Miami Heat forward LeBron James.

Larry Fine On the four-year anniversary of a nationally televised special called "The Decision" where LeBron James announced he would sign with the Miami Heat, the NBA world was in a holding pattern for the...

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Lakers acquire Jeremy Lin from Rockets, still pursuing Carmelo Anthony

Jeremy Lin

Mike Bresnahan The Lakers have acquired point guard Jeremy Lin from the Houston Rockets, along with the Rockets' first-round draft pick next year, according to a person familiar with the situation.

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LeBron James rumours growing as silence continues

Mystery: Speculation abounds over LeBron James' choice of team next season.

Michael Lee Whenever LeBron James decides to stay in Miami with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, have a prodigal son-like homecoming in Cleveland, take the mantle from Kobe Bryant in Los Angeles, or form a new...

'I'm coming home': LeBron James quits Miami to return to Cleveland

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Scott Soshnick LeBron James announced Friday that he will rejoin the Cleveland Cavaliers next season, returning to the hometown club he spurned in 2010 after sparking the Miami Heat to two NBA titles.

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Cavaliers sign Kyrie Irving, focus now on LeBron

Cleveland Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving.

Australian-born guard signs a five-year contract extension with the Cleveland Cavaliers as the NBA club made moves that could pave the way for signing free agent superstar LeBron James.

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Chicago Bulls know to land Carmelo Anthony, it takes two to tango

New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony.

K.C. Johnson On Feb. 18, 2010, the Chicago Bulls traded John Salmons and two second-round picks to the Bucks for Joe Alexander and Hakim Warrick and their expiring contracts.

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Knicks' Carmelo Anthony said to be opting out of contract

Carmelo Anthony.

Countless possessions for the New York Knicks last season ended with Carmelo Anthony cradling the basketball as he looked for an angle against a defender.

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Miami trio opting out is good news for Heat fans

Big three: Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh.

Greg Cote The remarkable thing happening with the Miami Heat and its biggest stars takes a page from a 19th century French novelist and also borrows from English folklore even older than that.

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Dwayne Wade and Udonis Haslem opt out of Miami Heat contracts

the Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade, left, holds Dwayne Wade with the NBA Championship Trophy in 2013.

Ira Winderman The remodeling of the Pat Riley's two-time championship creation received a major boost Saturday, with guard Dwyane Wade and forward Udonis Haslem opting out of their Miami Heat contracts, agent...

LeBron James seeking maximum dollars, but won't inhibit Heat flexibility

LeBron James.

The latest twist on the Miami Heat's free-agency approach isn't much of a twist at all: LeBron James wants to be paid like LeBron James.