They're dropping like flies. Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira will be out eight to 10 weeks with a wrist injury.
The beat goes on. Make it a franchise record 15 straight wins for the Miami Heat as they beat Minnesota 97-81.
Besides from the fact that they are world champions -- in addition to the mind-blowing basketball they currently play -- the Miami Heat represent the utmost example of how our city continues to shine brightly as we progressively evolve into the 21st century.
Who's the boss? The Miami Heat made it a franchise-tying 14th straight win with a 99-93 win over the Knicks in New York.
Raichlen still makes your mouth water and nostrils flare, he's just doing it with dishes that give vegetables the grilled glory they deserve. Get used to it. "You'll see more people incorporating grilled vegetables into meat dishes in America," he predicts.
LeBron James' drive to win has helped the Heat to an impressive win streak, but it's his happiness on and off the court that has earned him other accolades. He's paving his own way now. And, as a result, we're finally warming up to LeBron.
Will anyone prevent Miami from winning the NBA title? The Heat made it 12 straight wins with a double overtime win over Sacramento last night. LeBron James had 40 points and 16 assists.
And the hottest team in the NBA? That would be the champion Miami heat: It's now nine straight wins.
James, frustrated with the comparisons, took to Twitter on Wednesday morning to voice his opinion on the situation.
Eight months ago, the Miami City Ballet was a mess. The remarkable Edward Villella was beginning his last season as artistic director, the organization had run out of cash, its executive director had left and the survival of the institution was truly in doubt.
There are 38 games remaining in the regular season and the Celtics will need to play better basketball without Rajon Rondo than they were playing with the All-Star point guard. That's not going to be easy.
This is not your average Monday night karaoke. It's "Battioke"-- Heat forward Shane Battier's fundraising sing fest, now in its second year here in Miami. The event is oversized in terms of personalities and humor.
We've only been talking for three minutes but it becomes crystal clear to me that Air Force Staff Sergeant Jason Alberti is a Miami HEAT superfan -- unlike any other I've ever encountered in my 14 seasons working in the NBA.
The Miami Heat hosted a Jewish heritage night at the basketball team's Dec. 12 game at American Airlines Arena, with tens of thousands in attendance. How odd, I thought, to celebrate Hanukkah in a sports arena, given that the concept of sports is emblematic of Greek culture.
One would assume that 31 points, 10 rebounds, 9 assists, and 3 steals while shooting 60 percent from behind the arc and 55 percent from the floor could seal the deal for the defending NBA Champion Miami Heat.
Maybe it was their dominating Finals win over the Oklahoma City Thunder last June. Maybe it was the offseason addition of Ray Allen. Whatever the reason, the vitriol normally reserved for third world dictators that has engulfed the Miami Heat over the past two years seems to be evaporating.