Miami Heat & Erik Spoelstra
The Miami Heat is a professional basketball team based in Miami, Florida, United States. Erik Spoelstra (born November 1, 1970) is an American professional basketball coach and the current Head Coach of the National Basketball Association's Miami Heat. /5
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The last time Dwyane Wade wasn't on the Miami roster for a Heat game, Justise Winslow was 7 and Erik Spoelstra was the d…
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Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra takes 'full ownership' for last season's struggles
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The Scott Brooks firing ushers in the 75th coaching change in the NBA since the Miami Heat hired Erik Spoelstra.
Before he became a coach for the Miami Heat, Erik Spoelstra was a video coordinator for them
2x NBA Champion Head Coach Erik Spoelstra worked his way up the Miami Heat organization from video coordinator in 95' …
The National Alliance for Youth Sports talks with Miami Heat Head Coach Erik Spoelstra about how to help youth athletes develop...
NBA fans know a lot about elite players like Lebron James, Kevin Durant and Damian Lillard. Most can name successful coaches like Gregg Popovich, Erik Spoelstra and Doc Rivers. But many fans are unfamiliar with the men responsible for developing players into even better athletes, with the ability to deliver jaw-dropping performances night after night—the league's strength and conditioning coaches. S&C coaches are the backbone of an NBA team, helping athletes improve their strength and stamina during the off-season and providing pre-hab and rehab routines to help players endure the grind of an 82-game season. Here, we pull back the curtain on these unheralded coaches and introduce you to the eight best strength and conditioning coaches in the NBA. Bill Foran When the team you train wins back-to-back NBA championships, you deserve some love. Bill Foran is the O.G. of basketball strength and conditioning, having been with the Miami Heat since their inception in 1988. Foran already owns three shiny cha ...
A source close to the situation confirmed Sunday night to the Sun Sentinel that assistant coaches Ron Rothstein and Bob McAdoo no longer will be part of Erik Spoelstra's Miami Heat coaching staff. "As far as being on the bench, they no longer will be," said the source, who said the two have been offered the opportunity to remain with the team in other capacities. "The staff is evolving." Yahoo Sports initially reported the changes, with Rothstein and McAdoo both having been part of the coaching staff during the Heat's three championship runs, including in 2012 and '13, while Spoelstra was Heat coach. "The fact is," the source said, "they were part of Pat's group." Both were Heat assistants when Pat Riley coached the Heat to the 2006 NBA title. They then remained on the staff when Spoelstra took over as coach in 2006 and Riley returned to a full-time role as team president. The moves continue a shift toward a clear delineation of Spoelstra's staff. Before last season, assistant coach Keith Askins was promo ...
Lol ! Erik Spoelstra , has already made arrangements for the interview & trade of Carmelo Anthony after this game the Miami Heat has played!
Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra explains his approach to Lebron James' playing time in Game 2, joking about temperature of the AT&T Center in the process.
Lance Stephenson is a wild card for the Indiana Pacers and late in Game 5, he tried to go undercover to gain an edge. Stephenson joined Erik Spoelstra, Norris Cole and Mario Chalmers in the Miami Heat huddle...
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There's a possibility that the Miami Heat will deploy Michael Beasley for the first time this postseason.Michael Beasley to be active tonight.— Ira Winderman (May 6, 2014Beasley didn't appear once in the Heat's first-round series against the Charlotte Bobcats. Even when Erik Spoelstra'…
"Our attention is undivided. We know we have to come in here tomorrow and play well to beat these guys." - Chris Bosh Your Miami HEAT returned to the AmericanAirlines Arena practice floor today to prepare for their White Hot Round 2 opponent, the Brooklyn Nets. VIDEO: Check out what the guys had to say after today's session Erik Spoelstra - Wade - -
Miami Heat manager Erik Spoelstra offering this explanation Monday about star brazen Lebron James: “He’s not superhuman.” Really? Didn’t demeanour that approach for prolonged stretches of a second half. That’s when James scored 20 of his 31 points, constantly attack only a arrange of fadeaway...
Dave Hyde talks about how Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra has been a master of matchups and substitutions --
Heat coach Erik Spoelstra says Dwyane Wade won't be on minutes restriction as Miami opens title defense
Number 1:?MIAMI -- For most of the season, the Miami Heat were chasing the Indiana Pacers. On Friday, they just blew by them. Control of the Eastern Conference again belongs to the Heat, after Lebron James scored 36 points and the two-time defending NBA champions opened the second half with a 16-0 run on the way to beating the Pacers 98-86 -- a win that vaulted Miami a half-game ahead of Indiana in the race for a No. 1 seed in the playoffs. "This is not the biggest game we've played in our four years together," James said. "It's always great to have competitive games like this in the regular season. I mean, we've played Game 7 in the Finals before. It doesn't get no bigger than that." True, but this had plenty of meaning. Miami (54-25) leads the Pacers (54-26) by the slimmest of margins in the East race. The Heat play at Atlanta on Saturday, at Washington on Monday and then close at home against Philadelphia on Wednesday. Win them all, and the road to the East title goes through Miami, again. "We know wha ...
Erik Spoelstra, Head Coach of the Miami Heat, recorded this special message for volunteer coaches...
My fav part of the Heat intro! The Head Coach of the Miami Heat is Erik Spoelstra!
Los Angeles – Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra, after the first morning shootaround of this road trip, knew what he wanted to see that night against the Los Angeles Clippers.
Since the end of last season the Miami Heat have made four significant roster moves. All of them have generally worked how the franchise had hoped for at this point. But they’ve also had an unintended consequence that may have opened a new Heat weakness, especially in how it relates to what seems like a destined matchup with the Indiana Pacers. Since winning the title in June the Heat used the amnesty provision on Mike Miller to release him. They signed Michael Beasley and Greg Oden to minimum contracts. And they traded Joel Anthony and two draft picks for Toney Douglas. Though Beasley has been up and down -- lately it’s been down, coach Erik Spoelstra has slashed his minutes -- he’s been a generally positive reclamation project at a terrific price. After methodical rehab, Oden has now played three games and has shown some moments that hint he could end up being an important piece later in the season, also at a great price. The Miller and Anthony moves look to have saved the Heat more than $23 milli ...
Michelle Obama can throw it down. The first lady teamed up with the Miami Heat's Lebron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Ray Allen and Head Coach Erik Spoelstra...
Heat 's Spoelstra on verge of extension - A day after the Miami Heat restructured Erik Spoelstra 's coaching staff, the reasoning moved into focus: Spoelstra isn 't going anywhere. . link to the article
Coach Erik Spoelstra is finalizing a multiyear contract extension with the Miami Heat, per Woj.
Miami Heat expected to extend contract of Head Coach Erik Spoelstra via
Erik Spoelstra and the Miami Heat are nearing an agreement on a contract extension, reports Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski.
A person familiar with the situation says Erik Spoelstra and the Miami Heat are done finalizing the terms of a extension for the coach.
Report: Heat, Spoelstra finalizing new deal: Erik Spoelstra has been with the Miami Heat for nearly two decade...
Y! Sources: Two-time championship coach Erik Spoelstra finalizing contract extension with the Miami Heat.
MIAMI HEAT PREVIEW: Coaching stuff: Already in the last 2 years the Miami Heat had a great coaching stuff. With Erik Spoelstra, Bob McAdoo, Ron Rothstein, Keith Askins, David Fizdale and our newest member Juwan Howard we are having a very experienced stuff. They did a good job not only the last 2 years also during this off-season. For example Coach Spo visited colleges and clubs to study other coaching styles and game plans. I´m sure that we will see a improved Coach Spo next season and with Juwan Howard as an assistants coach we have a coach, which has a close relationship with all players to support them during hard times! Offense: Like i already said we will see some changes in the game plan, because i think Coach Spo will test some new set plays during the pre-season and regular season. But the main part in the offense will stay the same. The main guys up front will stay the same with James, Wade, Chalmers, Allen and Bosh. The ball will be in Lebrons hand most of the time, because he has the best vie ...
a cut out from a good article. lets start changing this pride from each one of us into a positive one. We are in one world, one universe, no matter what color, race, country we are in. We are all special. GOD MADE US ALL SPECIAL in our own ways,. we are one.~~~Ma Anand Purutama July 2, 2013 by ChinoF Some Pinoy Pride stuff had been in the radar lately. Local media ran a feature on a recently appointed American judge with Filipino blood (though the woman, thankfully, said she is an American first). Some NBA fans were quick to boast that Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra has Filipino blood. But same as the judge, he is an American first. Many Filipinos recently raised *** over Katherine Ryan’s controversial joke about Filipinos being “experimented on” in the cosmetic industry, when it is apparently based on an impression about the sad truth about the state of children in our country. Filipinos always feel punctured or insulted when they are the butt of jokes. They believe nothing sh ...
Hey guys i was thinking about the next season and want to ask you: What is your predictions for the Champion, MVP, MIP, ROY, DPOY and COY. My prediction: Champion: Miami Heat(4-2 against OKC) MVP: Lebron James MIP: Anthony Davis DPOY: Joakim Noah ROY: Dennis Schröder COY: Erik Spoelstra
San Diego (AP) Lebron James wanted his wedding day to be perfect and private. It appears he got both. With guests dining on a five-course dinner, prefaced by plenty of appetizers and all done under incredibly tight security, the Miami Heat star married his longtime partner Savannah Brinson on Saturday night at a posh resort in San Diego. Guests had their phones taken away for the ceremony and reception in an effort to ensure that no photos or details leaked out. lebron LIFE OF LEBRON Relive the biggest highs and lows of Lebron James' basketball career. "A first-class affair," said one of the guests, who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Sunday because the couple had yet to reveal any details of the event themselves. "Ceremony was short and sweet." Many members of the Heat organization were there, including Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, managing general partner Micky Arison and coach Erik Spoelstra. Wade and girlfriend Gabrielle Union posted images of themselves dressed for the occasion on ...
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Vote For Greatest People in Miami Heat History are the most important people in Miami Heat history? You will vote from now until August when we will publish the final results. You can vote for up to 20 people and as many times as you want. This is an important question, as the Heat have been to four Nba Finals in eight seasons, and have won three. This franchise that was born in 1988 is well on its way to joining the likes of the Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Lakers and Chicago Bulls and NBA royalty. Some background: The Heat has two members in the NBA Hall of Fame - Pat Riley and Gary Payton. And Gary Payton doesn't count, really. The Heat has had nine people selected to the NBA All-Star Game either as a player or coach: Dwyane Wade (9x), Alonzo Mourning (5x), Shaquille O'Neal (3x), Lebron James (3x), Chris Bosh (3x), Tim Hardaway (2x), Anthony Mason (1x), Stan Van Gundy (as coach in 2005) and Erik Spoelstra (as coach in 2013). Lebron James won two MVP's as a member of the Heat, as well as two Finals MVP's ...
NBA Asia yet to receive any word on PH visit by champion Coach Spoelstra NBA Asia has lined up several activities to drum up interest in the first-ever NBA preseason game in the country between the Houston Rockets and the Indiana Pacers. Unfortunately, a visit by Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra won’t be part of it. Carlo Singson, NBA Asia country manager, said the soft-spoken Spoelstra is not scheduled to appear in any of the major events being prepared ahead of the October 10 game at the Mall of Asia Arena. “It won’t necessarily be Coach Spo this time,” said Singson. The activities include visits by former and current NBA players beginning with former Lakers and Pacers star Sam Perkins, who arrived in the country on Monday. But Singson said the door is very much open for Spoelstra, whose mother is Filipina from San Pablo, Laguna, if and when he plans to return to the country, saying they are actually just a phone call away. “We told him to just call us and we will arrange everything,” said Si ...
Philippine basketball’s living legend Robert Jaworski welcomed the move of Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas president Manuel V. Pangilinan to invite Erik Spoelstra, the coach of the NBA Champion Miami Heat, to the Philippines to watch the buildup of the national team for the FIBA Asia Championship.
MIAMI (AP) — Lebron James has this summer on his mind, and is already starting to plan for next season. The summer of 2014, that can wait. James said Tuesday that he is not thinking about the possibility of becoming a free agent in 12 months, though he did acknowledge that the prospects of competing with Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Erik Spoelstra and Pat Riley for several more championships with the Miami Heat is more than a tiny bit intriguing. "That's the goal," James said. "That's the ultimate finish. And we all hope that can happen, obviously." James' final interview session of this season revealed plenty in 17 minutes, including that he's already feeling an itch to get back on the basketball court after just a few days off, that he'll stop at nothing to give longtime girlfriend Savannah Brinson anything she wants on their wedding day in a couple months, and that he's making no secret of his hope that the Heat bring back at least the majority of this year's championship roster. The most interesting new ...
Miami Heat Head Coach Erik Spoelstra addresses the crowd at the team's championship celebration.
I'm not sure why Erik Spoelstra, coach of Miami Heat, gets credit for the Heat winning. I could be the Head Coach for …
After Lebron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and the rest of the world Champion Miami Heat — including owner Micky Arison, team president Pat Riley and Head Coach Erik Spoelstra — cut loose at the Miami nightclub Story following their … Continue reading →
MIAMI - The father of the Miami Heat's Filipino-American Head Coach Erik Spoelstra said he is proud of the...
Filipino-American coach Erik Spoelstra has just won back-to-back NBA championships with the Miami Heat after...
Dahil sa pagkapanalo ng Miami Heat ng kanilang championship kontra Spurs, binasa ko ulit yung article na ginawa ko kay Miami Heat Coach Spo entitled "Erik Spoelstra: The Heart of Miami Heat." Kayo rin mga Kapusa, read about the story of the 1st Asian-American coach who clinched a back-to-back championship in the NBA history! Hehehe! Meow! :)
the Miami Heat are sticking with saying Dwyane Wade’s left knee injury is a deep bone bruise. “That won’t get better unless you take time off,” Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. “Hopefully, no surgery,” he (Wade) said, knocking on the table. “Treatments, I hope. A lot of rest.” -AD
President Obama called Miami Heat Head Coach Erik Spoelstra to congratulate him on the NBA team's second...
Congratulations to our kababayan, Head Coach Erik Spoelstra and the Miami Heat for winning back-2-back NBA Championships!
From The White House: "This afternoon, the President called Head Coach Erik Spoelstra to congratulate the Miami Heat on their second for the team and their MVP, Lebron James. The President told Coach Spoelstra that he looks forward to congratulating the team once again at the White House." (End White House statement)
Are u kidding me Jeff Van Gundy is trying to say that Erik Spoelstra is the best coach in Miami Heat history! Smh earth to Jeff Van Gundy all Erik Spoelstra has to do is call time out and tell the team LEBRON! And that's it or if they wanna get a play going all Spoelstra has to do is get the playbook and the whole play will say LEBRON in it so Jeff Van Gundy get ur head straight lol
How can you like Miami Heat if the most likeable person there is, well, not that liked? Actually it's more like not getting enough credit. For me I have great respect for his coaching style and I like him. He brings to Miami the Filipino attitude of "never-say-die" and being humble (Have you noticed that LBJ has been a "little" humble in is interview? That's Fil-Am coach Erik Spoelstra for you. Hats off to a future Hall of Famer coach with Filipino roots. Good job!
President Obama calls Miami Heat Head Coach Erik Spoelstra, hails team's 'relentless determination' - LOL be relentless..don't want you to get droned by the dictator :D
Recruiting Tip of the Day! What We've Learned From Watching the Nba Finals Whether you are a Miami Heat or San Antonio Spurs fan, you have to admit that watching two of NBA’s best teams go at it in game 7 was truly entertaining and inspiring. During his first run in 2011 NBA final, Lebron James was accused of not reaching his full potential. This time he exceeded all expectations by scoring 37 points, 12 rebounds, 4 assists and an amazing jump shot with just less than 30 seconds left in the game, getting his second Finals MVP award and his second NBA Finals Championship. James didn't let his critics get to him and he was victorious. "It became time," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. "He always rises to the occasion when it matters the most, when the competition is fiercest." James did all the little things in the series, from going 8-8 from the line in game 7, to hitting the 'nail-n-the-coffin' shot which most considered ended the game last night. Congratulations to both teams for giving their fans a gre ...
"It's all about working around obstacles. You can't let others' opinions bring you down. People would always say, 'Oh why is he coaching? He looks like he's 12', or 'He's gonna get fired if he doesn't win a championship'." ~ Erik Spoelstra - Head Coach of 2012/2013 NBA Champions, Miami Heat
LeBron will get a lot publicity, as he should. D-Wade getting his 3rd ring will be talked about. Ray Allen getting a ring after leaving Boston last year. Miami's repeat will get a lot of pub. Let's not forget Erik Spoelstra hasn't missed the playoffs since he's been the Head Coach of the Miami Heat. He has two rings in three Finals appearances. Miami wouldn't be known as this defensive powerhouse without Spo. Miami has evolved with Erik Spoelstra. Obviously, having Lebron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh help, but seriously, pay attention -- the guy is young and stil learning.
In April 2008, Spoelstra was named successor to Pat Riley as Head Coach of the Miami Heat. In naming Spoelstra as Head Coach, Riley said: "This game is now about younger coaches who are technologically skilled, innovative, and bring fresh new ideas. That's what we feel we are getting with Erik Spoelstra. He's a man that was born to coach." Riley also noted: "A lot of players want the discipline; they will play [hard] for Spoelstra, because they respect him."
I'm so happy Miami Heat won the Nba Finals!!! So happy and so proud that our Fil-Am coach Erik Spoelstra did a great, amazing job :-) Yehey.
I'am not a fan of LBJ, Wade, and Bosh. but sorry... I'am a fan of "Miami Heat" Mabuhay ka, "Filipino-American coach Erik Spoelstra". Filipino Ako! ;-)
Erik Spoelstra (/ˈspoʊlstrə/SPOHL-strə; born November 1, 1970) is an American professional basketball coach and the current Head Coach of the National Basketball Association's Miami Heat. A Filipino-American through his mother's side, he is the first Asian American Head Coach in the history of the f...
Congrats to Erik Spoelstra, Filipino - American, coach of the Miami Heat & 2 time champion.
This Filipino-American,Irish,Dutch ''Erik Spoelstra" is the best Head Coach ever:) A Filipino pride and we are so proud of you! Congratulation to you and to your dedicated team! The back to back defending champion "Miami Heat"...
Erik Spoelstra is the Filipino-American coach of the 2013 NBA champions, the Miami Heat. With back to back...
Majority of the Filipinos love Miami Heat not just because of Lebron James but because of the youngest coach in America's professional basketball league and soon-to-be the youngest Hall of Famer Coach of NBA, Erik Spoelstra who fortunately has the lineage of an Asian-American for having Elisa Celino as his Filipina mother. It was in June of 2006 when I got the privilege to meet Erik who was still the assistant coach of Pat Riley for the Miami Heat and I was into hosting sports of the Philippine Basketball Association games. Whenever the NBA season comes to an end, Spoelstra visits his native land every year and up to now teaches basketball to kids and mentors professional PBA Filipino coaches which makes him a very modest, humble and a kind-spirited celebrity. Sadly, I chose an opposing team for some personal reasons but I am flying high that Mr. Erik, a demure and gentle Fil-Am, bagged the trophy! Kudos to you, Erik Spoelstra!
at least we are proud that the coach who made Miami Heat the winner is a Filipino - American named Erik Spoelstra ... galing talaga ng mga Pinoy !
Miami Heat Head Coach Erik Spoelstra smiles during a post-game news conference following Game 6 in the Finals against the San Antonio Spurs, Wednesday, June 19, in Miami. The Heat defeated the Spurs 103-100. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee) The coaching duel in the Nba Finals took another twist in Game 6 as Miami’s Erik Spoelstra had the last laugh on San Antonio’s Gregg Popovich. Whether by design or not, it appeared that the Heat put one over the Spurs in goading Tim Duncan into attacking the basket with impunity in the first half. Miami’s single coverage allowed Duncan to eat up Chris Bosh’s defense and the Big Fundamental hardly missed in scoring 25 points in the first two periods. With San Antonio’s offense concentrated in the interior, there was little else for Popovich’s outside gunners to do. The single coverage on Duncan meant the Heat could stay home on the Spurs shooters as nobody bothered to double down on the low block. As a result, San Antonio lost its rhythm in setting up the three-point ...
1:27 AMThe Associated Press Allen comes up huge for Heat MIAMI (AP) For years, Ray Allen's routine has not changed. Show up for work hours earlier than just about everyone else, go onto the court and take hundreds of jump shots. It paid off for him on Tuesday. And he'll be back out there on Thursday - since the Miami Heat season still has one game remaining. Allen's 3-pointer with 5.2 seconds left in the fourth quarter capped a huge Miami rally plus essentially took the championship trophy out of San Antonio's hands, and the Heat found a way in overtime to hold off the Spurs for a 103-100 win. ``Ray did what he's done for so many years,'' said Heat coach Erik Spoelstra, whose team trailed by 13 in the second half and was down by 10 entering the final quarter. ``And we've seen it on the other side so many times.'' A pair of free throws by Allen with 1.9 seconds left in overtime sealed it, and on the last play of the game, Danny Green - who took Allen's 3-point Finals record earlier in this series - had no ...
The Nba Finals problem the Miami Heat can't hide from - USA TODAY
whho...! Go.Go.Go...!!! for the win na to' go Miami Heat beat the Spurs do your best . Galing talaga ni Coach Erik Spoelstra we're proud of you keep it up.!!
Miami Heat and coach Erik Spoelstra for winning the game _ to us guys :) i prayed for the miami to win this game and they did
My support goes to Miami Heat all the way coz of D-Wade & Specially Erik Spoelstra. Hate the HEAT but not the Filipino Blood. Nice Game SPURS!
has always given the San Antonio Spurs a lot of criticism at times, but will admit that they are veteran players with upcoming talent still young. They deserve a 5th ring after the performance. The Miami Heat will once again choke to Texas like in 2011 against the Dallas Mavericks. Who will they fire first after losing this year? I expect coach Erik Spoelstra and Chris Bosh to be sent to the guillotine. Will Lebron James cry like a baby whenever he gets fouled? The only benefactor is referees in Miami deciding the outcome for these overpaid, arrogant all-star players. The talent in San Antonio was built and not bought...
Happy Father's Day to Greg Popovich for straight up son(ing) Erik Spoelstra and the Miami Heat...Ugh
Wow...so many HATERS of Miami Heat; whether they win or lose, folk jus shutup and get over yourselves, PLEASE!!! And no, I am NOT a bandwagon person.. *** I liked Miami when Pat Riley had Erik Spoelstra as an Assistant Coach and there were people like Alonzo Mourning, Eddie House, Travis Best, Brian Grant...jus to name a few! Then Dwayne Wade and Udonis Haslem came in together; *** Lamar Odom played with em before and of course we all know when it was Shaq and Wade!!! Come on people, am I on the bandwagon? I THINK NOT!!! Im my own person, will never do what others do! And too, Lebron is my man, but I liked Dwade 1st and he will always be first in my book even tho King James is the best in the league currently...cant let him take my fav spot tho...lol!!! OAN: Bouta go in work...holla at yall in the PM!!!
So the Miami Heat are sensing it's panacking time, so they are now considering of putting Mike Miller in the starting lineup. Wow. I told you all, Gregg Popovich was going to outcoached Erik Spoelstra.
Miami Heat will be the Champion again! The Heat is ON! I believe in the COMBINATION of Lebron James, Dwayne Wade & Erik Spoelstra (Head Coach-Filipino American & from PDX, OR) COMBINATION. (forget about Bosch)
Gregg Popovich is a student of Coach Larry Brown and Coach Don Nelson. Larry Brown was the coach of Detroit Pistons during in which they mincemeat the Los Angeles Lakers with lineups of Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O'Neal, Karl Malone, and Gary Payton. Don Nelson was named Coach of the Year for three (3) times! Gregg Popovich in his part won two Coach of the Year awards with the Spurs. If I were Miami Heat's President (Pat Riley), what will I do with my three COTY awards with three different teams? I will fire out Erik Spoelstra and direct the Miami Heat myself, if I were to go up against the Spurs in this ODD year of the millennium. Knowing that Popovich is a mismatch tactician who gained a degree from his mentors whom are mismatch strategists. Moreover, Popovich beat Don Nelson with Dallas Mavericks last NBA Semifinals Playoffs on 2003 and Larry Brown with Detroit Pistons last Nba Finals on 2005.
Trevia in this game3 of the Nba Finals. The San Antonio Spurs players are flavored, most of them are international player just like Tiago Spliter and Manu Ginobili they both Argentinian, and Tony Parker the small but terrible and maybe if Spurs got past the Heat become a strong contender to become a final's MVP his from France, a member of a France National team., only Mat Bonner is the native of the US whose member of the 2007 Spurs Championship, The Spurs also have Brazillian, Bilgium, US Virgin island, New Zealand, and Canada a savory flavored player. But the Miami Heat also have an international member wich commited a very high profile job in the courtside the Heat Head Coach Erik Spoelstra., even though he is born in the US but his mother is a pure Filipina. His FilAm, the first asian to become headcoach in any major US sports the NBA.
Lebron, Dwade and Bosh vs. Duncan, Ginobili, Parker?.how about Gregg Popovich vs. Erik Spoelstra?.Who do you think will win the Nba Finals Miami Heat or the San Antonio Spurs?
When thinking of ways to increase performance levels in your company it is important to look within yourself. The role of a manager and/or business owner is to lead, motivate, and strategize. Erik Spoelstra, the Miami Heat’s Head Coach, said it the best in his game 6 postgame interview when asked about two of his player’s struggles: “ No it’s all on us…I gotta find ways to get those guys [Dwayne Wade & Chris Bosh] comfortable in areas where they can be aggressive, and that’ll be my focus for the next 48 hours… Obviously they’re a major part in what we do, and I need to find a way to get them to places where they can be really aggressive.” This is exceptional leadership. LET’S GO HEAT! Miami Heat
INDIANAPOLIS -- As the final buzzer sounded, these Miami Heat pushed to the brink in the Eastern Conference Finals, Lebron James refused to wait a moment before beginning a determined and deliberate process of elevating his decaying Miami Heat. One by one, they walked out of the failure of Game 6, into the uncertainty of a Game 7, and James stood at mid-court clapping, cheering and cajoling his fading, failing teammates as they passed him on the way into the losing locker room. "This is where your brotherhood gets strengthened," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. Or, perhaps, this is where the team that was supposed to be basketball's greatest modern dynasty lets a championship destiny perish for the second time in three years. After a 91-77 loss on Saturday night, the Heat march into a Game 7 with an understanding that they're no longer constructed for victory unless Lebron James plays out of his mind, plays out of this world. That happens – happens a lot – but this becomes a slippery slope for th ...
Tim Reynolds And more than half of the voters, 61 out of 121, didn't list Erik Spoelstra in their top three.
NEW YORK – The NBA made it official Sunday, announcing Miami Heat superstar Lebron James was a near-unanimous choice as Most Valuable Player, earning the award for a second straight year and fourth time overall.
MIAMI (AP) -- Miami Heat practice had ended, and Lebron James lingered under a basket, fetching free throws for two teammates as he awaited his turn to shoot.
If coach Erik Spoelstra isn’t half-Filipino, I’d have no reason to like the Miami Heat.
Fourth: Here is Miami Heat's Head Coach, Erik Spoelstra. I call him "Desi", because he looks like Desi Arnaz.
Congrats to Coach Erik Spoelstra, the fastest coach in Miami Heat history to reach 250 wins!
Erik Spoelstra is dating a Miami Heat dancer. Did he outkick his coverage?...
Did Erik Spoelstra outkick his coverage with former Miami Heat dancer girlfriend?
Spoelstra is dating a Miami Heat dancer
Heat coach Erik Spoelstra is dating one of the Miami Heat cheerleaders, and she's a smokeshow.
Life is good for Erik Spoelstra. The coach of the defending NBA Champion Miami Heat has presided over his squad's 18-game winning streak, the longest in franchise history and in the league this season. And, as if things couldn't get any more exciting for Spoelstra, the famously private coach recently stepped out with his girlfriend for the first time. The Miami Herald reports that the 42-year-old coach is dating 24-year-old Nikki Sapp, a Miami native and a former Heat dancer. Apparently Spoelstra has been dating Sapp for nearly two years, but the couple only recently made their relationship public. Sapp is now a director at the Guy Hepner art gallery in West Hollywood, Calif., and so she splits her time between Miami and Los Angeles. Spoelstra and Sapp have attended a few charity events together -- the Miami Heat Family Foundation night of "Motown Revue" and a fundraiser for Lauren's Kids, a group that works on preventing the sexual abuse of children.
What a disgraceful effort by the Miami Heat. They once again made this piece of crap Nikola Vucevic look like a Hall of Famer; Mario Chalmers and Ray Allen went a combined 2 for 13 from deep and the team as a whole only went 6 for 28; Erik Spoelstra failed to make any adjustments after halftime; Chris Bosh looked like a pushover as usual; and Lebron James and Dwyane Wade both were off late in the game. I'm sure *** Magic fans will complain about the calls but the Magic played dirty and if the refs called half the fouls they should've, the Heat would've won by double digits. Also, I've never seen a ref force a timeout on a team like that when clearly no players nor the coach called it. Yet another example of why this officiating crew was a joke (for both teams). Nonetheless, LeBron hit the game-winner to close out the game and bottom line, a win is a win. GO HEAT!!!
her cousin Frits moved to Turner Valley in 1950s (just died); Miami Heat Head Coach Erik Spoelstra related on her mom's side
My favorite thing about the NBA this year is watching Erik Spoelstra pretend to coach the Miami Heat.
I'd like to see Miami Heat with our very own Erik Spoelstra, and L.A Lakers. That should be a good one!
Erik Spoelstra is the chaperon of the Miami Heat
Erik Spoelstra is the only reason I watch the Miami Heat games. 😍
Credit: The Miami Heat NBA 5 Best Months of Dwyane Wade's Miami Heat Career Sometimes, Erik Spoelstra spits back. That was the case late on a Saturday night in Philadelphia, after the Miami Heat coach watched Dwayne Wade make 14-of-18 shots for 33 points, and contribute to another victory. Wade played prominent role in many Heat wins in February, as Miami lost just once. “You know what?” Spoelstra said. “The human natural reaction for us was to roll our eyes at the beginning of the year, or even a handful of weeks ago, when people were criticizing him. He’s having a career year efficiency-wise.” That's true, with Wade shooting 51.6 percent from the field. And as brilliantly as he's played of late, shooting 63.1 percent over his past four games, February was actually only his second-most efficient month of this season—at least by that single metric. In February 2013, he shot 53.2 percent from the field, while averaging 23.9 points, 6.2 rebounds and 5.5 assists. In December 2012, when so many na ...
AP Photo/Alan DiazIs 13 straight on the horizon for Dwyane Wade and the Heat? MIAMI -- Streak? What streak? Apparently for the Miami Heat, the word
Congratulations to the Miami Heat for their 10-game win streak. I would like to credit that to the coaching staff headed by Erik Spoelstra.
Formula for winning in the NBA All-Star Game: Playing against the worst coach on the planet. Erik Spoelstra looks like a moron when coaching the Miami Heat. He looks even worse trying to coach a team full of talented players. What moron would actually play Joakim Noah and Tyson Chandler at the same time? Every year there's a pathetic try-hard who tries to make himself look good during the first few quarters by treating this game like a postseason match-up. Today Chris Paul and Kevin Durant both were trying to get the MVP and Kobe Bryant tried to make himself feel better by constantly getting away with fouls late to try and look better than Lebron James (to ignorant fans only). To those fools, look at who dominates their REAL match-ups...
Taking the suspense out of the equation early, Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra has selected Chris Bosh as a replacement starter for the East team in Sunday's All-Star Game.
Efficient LeBron playing at highest level yet Feb 9 2013 2:37PM After a recent Miami Heat practice in Washington, Ray Allen told the coaching staff he was skipping the bus ride and running back to the hotel. Lebron James' ears perked up. With that, the three-time NBA MVP went looking for his running shoes. "LeBron said, `If you're going to do that, I'm going to do that too. I'm not going to be outdone by somebody else. I'm going to run,"' Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. "So he gets very competitive with things like that. If other people are working on their game, he takes notice." That approach must be working. James' game -- already considered among the best in the NBA -- might be better than ever right now. He's made 37 of his last 47 shots over his last 111 minutes, a torrid 79-percent clip. For the season, he's shooting a career-best 56 percent so far, easily on pace for the sixth straight season of improvement in that department. His 3-point shooting, at 42 percent this season, is much improved. He's ...
Miami Heat Head Coach Erik Spoelstra will coach the Eastern Conference All-Stars for the 2013 NBA All-Star Game, to be played on Sunday, Feb. 17 (8 p.m. ET), at the Toyota Center in Houston.
Dwayne Wade, Shane Battier, Lebron James and Erik Spoelstra of the Miami Heat talk about their visit to the White House with President...
Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra and team president Pat Riley took a moment in the locker room late Wednesday night to give Lebron James the game ball and recognize his latest record. Players shouted and huddled in the center of the room. Then, as Spoelstra said, "Everybody took a shot at him — a punch, a jab, an elbow, whatever they could get in before he started hitting back." Just a small sampling of the hurt James has put on the rest of the NBA for the last decade. James became the youngest player in league history to score 20,000 points and also surpassed 5,000 assists on a milestone night, leading the Heat to a 92-75 victory over the undermanned Golden State Warriors. On a road trip that has had more bad news than good, James rewrote the headlines and the record books. He finished with 25 points, 10 assists and seven rebounds in just 30 minutes to grab his latest slice of history. "It means everything," James said. "It means a lot. First of all, like I continue to say, it means I've been able to be ...
For the first time in two-plus years, the fate of the Miami Heat rests in the hands of Erik Spoelstra and Dwyane Wade more than it does Lebron James...
Last years NBA Champions, the Miami Heat, had a team meeting a rebounding today. The Miami Heat, who are the first overall ranking in the Eastern Conference, are ranked last in the NBA at rebounding! Head Coach Erik Spoelstra said, "This is something that we're going to fix. We're improving in so many other areas, particularly offensively, but rebounding's the area that has to take the priority right now." 3 time MVP Lebron James said (talking about rebounding), "We've got to go out and do it. If the ball is in your region, try to go up and get it. If not, box out your guy and let somebody else go get it." All-Star center Chris Bosh said, "On Sunday we must win, and we must rebound to win." The Heat have been out rebounded by margins of 15, 17, 19, 20, and 29 this season! The Heat have gone 4-1 in those games (only losing to the Bulls where they were outrebounded by 20.) What are your thoughts on this? -Carter
Boozer leads Bulls past Heat 96-89 Carlos Boozer of the Chicago Bulls reacts to a three point play during a game against the Miami Heat at American Airlines Arena … View Photo Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau during the first half of a NBA basketball game in Miami, Friday, Jan. 4, 2013 against the Chicago Bulls. (AP Photo/J … AdChoices MIAMI (AP) -- Even when seated, the Chicago Bulls outrebounded the Miami Heat. Following one missed shot, the ball rolled between forward Carlos Boozer's legs as he fell on his backside, yet he still managed to scoop it up and feed a teammate for two more second-chance points for Chicago. Dominating on the glass and the hardwood, the Bulls became only the third visiting team to win in Miami this season, beating the Heat 96-89 Friday night. Chicago outrebounded Miami 48-28. The Bulls had 19 offensive rebounds to four for the Heat. ''Everybody in both locker rooms understands what the overwhelming key to the game was,'' Miami coach Erik Spoelstra said. ''They were throwi ...
In their first matchup since June, the Heat once again proved to be too much for the Thunder to handle. Behind 29 points, nine assists and eight rebounds from Lebron James, the Miami Heat outlasted the Oklahoma City Thunder, 103-97, in a rematch of last season's Nba Finals. Dwyane Wade chipped in 21 points and Mario Chalmers poured in 20 for the Heat, who captured their fifth straight win. "Regardless of what our script is coming into the game, when you play this team, its not going to go according to script," said Miami coach Erik Spoelstra. "They are too good, they make great plays and keep coming at you. At the end of the day, you just have to find a way." After having their 12-game win streak snapped by the Minnesota Timberwolves on Thursday, the Thunder have now dropped two in a row. "We fight and we play through everything, and that's what we did tonight," said Oklahoma City coach Scott Brooks. "I'm proud of our guys, we put ourselves in position to give us a chance with our good execution." Kevin D ...
You know, sometimes when I watch a Miami Heat game on TV, I always think of Erik Spoelstra as "Desi Arnaz". I call him "Desi".
lmfao NO!!! Erik Spoelstra is the Miami Heat's Coach aha
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Welcome to the Miami Heat Team web site. They are a professional basketball team from Miami, Florida, United States. Owner Miami Heat club is Micky Arison and general manager is Pat Riley. Coach Miami Heat team since 2008 is Erik Spoelstra. They play their...
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Trekking into foreign territory in his first two years with the Miami Heat, Lebron James became one of the league's most polarizing athletes seen in a negative light, transcending over every sport
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Just met Erik Spoelstra! (coach for the Miami Heat) great guy so if u hating on em u need to chill
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Weird moment during the Miami Heat, Oklahoma City Nba Finals game. Ref high fives Erik Spoelstra. I do not own the rights to this content, it belongs to the NBA
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Miami Heat Head Coach, Erik Spoelstra, is in the basketball complex. It's great to be a Gator!
Yes that is Erik Spoelstra, coach of the Miami Heat.
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Here's the TVC I did with Erik Spoelstra of Miami Heat. Anything is possible :)
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Disrespect started when the Miami Heat loss the first game of the 2010-2011 NBA season.
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Dwyane Wade's recovery from knee surgery is right on schedule, and the All-Star guard expects to be ready to go when the Miami Heat open the defense of their NBA championship.
Some of the more impassioned, green-blindered NBA fans in Boston are cranky about veteran shooting guard Ray Allen’s decision to leave and crankier still toward Allen for opting to sign as a free agent with the rival Miami Heat, who have put the Celtics down the past two springs.
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Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra intently observing the Gilas 2 practice with
Erik Spoelstra spent this past season selling his Miami Heat players on sacrifice, teamwork, perseverance. The result was the franchise's second NBA championship and first for Spoelstra as an NBA Head Coach.
Celtics forward Paul Pierce said he’s a “little bitter” at Ray Allen signing with the Miami Heat, but that he will “always be a brother.”
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President Benigno S Aquino III received Miami Heat Head Coach Erik Spoelstra during a Courtesy Call in Malacanang on Thursday. Spoelstra met with the President after holding a welcome-back press conference at the Marriott Hotel Manila on Thursday.
Miami Heat Head Coach Erik Spoelstra visits the Philippines for the fourth time, this time with the Larry O' Brien trophy
This is the reason why I love the Miami Heat! Erik Spoelstra is a Filipino. I don't understand why filipino's hate the Miami Heat. Bandwagoners? Sheesssh. Haters gonna hate! :))
: I have one question bro of Coach Erik Spoelstra " How do you handle the final week in the NBA? and team plan of Miami Heat.:)
P-Noy receives from Miami Heat Filipino-American coach Erik Spoelstra a black basketball jersey bearing the number 15 during the Courtesy Call at the President’s Hall, Malacañan Palace.
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Erik Spoelstra, Head Coach of the Miami Heat's asking Chot Reyes if he can help Smart Gilas with their training. WE, NBA MODE AGAIN.
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Erik Spoelstra and The Miami Heat shared the following link and had this to say about it: 2012 USA Basketball Team for the London Olympics
Erik Spoelstra gives a post-game interview after the Miami Heat win Game 4 vs. the Oklahoma City Thunder in the 2012 Nba Finals June 19th 2012
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Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra won the 2012 NBA title, and he didn’t forget his old buddy, President Noynoy Aquino, sending him a signed championship cap.
Pres.Aquino received the black and gray Miami Heat's Official 2012-Autographed by Erik Spoelstra
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I don't think Erik Spoelstra could have had a decent season without the talent he had on that Miami Heat team.
President Obama has called Erik Spoelstra to congratulate him and the Miami Heat on winning the NBA title. Call came from Air Force One.
I like to congrats Erik Spoelstra for being the first Fil-Am in the NBA title as Head Coach of the Miami Heat winning the title over Oklahoma City Thunder, 4-1: Forget what happen to Jessica Sanchez in 'America Idol'. Erik is the one to look out to. :)
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