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How do the Heat move forward if Chris Bosh cannot play?

What's next for Miami if Chris Bosh can't play this year? What would it mean for the Heat's future and the East playoff race?

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Le Batard says something bad happened between Bosh and Heat (3:02)
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Heat getting closure after 'impossible situation' with Bosh (1:52)
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LeBron supports Kaepernick but chooses to stand for anthem (1:37)
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With NBA stars retiring, the Truth and Vinsanity still dunking like its 1995 (1:03)
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KG will be highly sought after (1:06)
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NBA stars' plans for addressing social issues (1:01)
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Garnett's journey to a championship (2:00)

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Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

An interesting stat to help explain why some NBA teams appear overrated or underrated on media day: minutes played in 2015-16. The Memphis Grizzlies' current roster played just 12,993 minutes in the NBA last season, putting them at the bottom left below. New York and Brooklyn are the two other teams below 15,000 2015-16 minutes. Meanwhile, the Utah Jazz's current roster played a league-high 23,717 minutes last year.

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Curry: "I plan on standing (for the anthem)"

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Andrew Bogut said he "would have asked for a buyout" if traded to a team other than the Mavs. ESPN.com reported in July that the Warriors presented the big man the option of being traded to the Mavs or Rockets. Bogut declined to specifically discuss the Houston possibility. "I like Dallas," he said

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Danny Ainge on whether Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett will have their numbers retired in Boston: "You guys know the answer to that."

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And yes, this was the Doc Rivers trick...the difference here was how quickly the Cavs players asked for their $ back 😂😂😂

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Andrew Bogut dismisses concerns about increasing his minutes. "I've never had an injury from playing too many minutes," Bogut said. "It's always been car-wreck type of collisions. I've walked under too many ladders, I guess."

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Curry: "About Charlotte, it's another opportunity for people to use their voice. You don't want it to ever turn violent"

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Curry on recent events in the country: "I respect everybody's voice, everybody's platform."

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

How much will Harrison Barnes watch the Warriors this season? "Zero," he said, emphasizing the point by forming an O with his right hand.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Luol Deng and Luke Walton catching up after their photo shoot.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Anderson. Varejao says the Cavaliers have indeed offered him a championship ring but says he hasn't decided yet whether to accept it.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

This media crush was usually reserved for Kobe Bryant. Today it's for Jordan Clarkson.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Harrison Barnes on Mark Cuban's involvement in the presidential campaign: "He's probably going to run in 2020, I think."

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

D'Angelo Russell is no stranger to cameras. He's the center of attention today.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics big man Kelly Olynyk cleared for non-contact drills. Will be reevaluated Oct. 15 to address next step in recovery from shoulder surgery.

Justin Verrier ESPN Staff Writer 

There's more of Anthony Davis to watch this season. The Pelicans star, who was listed last season at 6-foot-10, said on the team's in-house podcast that he's now technically 6-foot-11. "They measured us like a week and a half ago and they said I was 6-11, which I don't want to be. I think 6-10's like the perfect height for me." Davis also said he's up five pounds to 250, but that he wants to see how he plays during a real game at that weight.

Andrew Han ESPN Writer 

Media day for the Clippers is up and running.

Carlos Nava Columnist, ESPN Deportes 

Entre las caras nuevas de los Mavericks está el argentino Nicolas Brussino, quien tratará de ganarse un lugar en el campamento de pretemporada. 'Vengo a mostrar que pertenezco a este lugar, el mejor basquetbol del mundo', me dijo Brussino hace unos minutos

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

José Calderón was with Pau Gasol when he joined the Lakers and Gasol told him he'd love playing for the team.

Carlos Nava Columnist, ESPN Deportes 

Aquí está Dirk Nowitzki reportando para su temporada 18 en la NBA, todas con los #Mavs Los Mavericks hoy tienen su día de medios, mañana comienzan a entrenar y el fin de semana tienen su primer partido de pretemporada.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Dirk Nowitzki on Harrison Barnes: "We think the sky's the limit for him. We want him to do a lot on offense. ... I think it's going to be fun to play with him, and he's definitely going to put in the work. There's been tons of guys who have told me they're gym rats and I've never seen them in there at nights. He's always in there."

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Dirk Nowitzki: "We should be able to have a great defensive lineup once I'm out."

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Luol Deng is excited to be at Lakers Media Day.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Mavs coach Rick Carlisle and owner Mark Cuban met with their team to discuss social issues and potential protests of the national anthem. "We're going to be 100 percent supportive of our guys with whatever they decide to do," Carlisle said. "My feeling is that our right to protest can bring important attention to the necessity to change. My further view is that protest backed by persistence and action always provides the best chance for meaningful change."