The Miami Heat have signed 13-year veteran point guard Mike Bibby quickly after he cleared waivers and became a free agent, adding an experienced, talented veteran point guard (even if he has lost a step or two as fellow W's contend).
He gave up $6 million in guaranteed money from Washington to have the chance to join a championship contender, and quite frankly (assuming I had enough money to make such a decision) I'd have done the same thing.
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Well that was a hell of a contest. I had just read an article on ESPN Page 2 by the Sports Guy on how today's NBA can't compare to the NBA of the 80s, save for the Kings and Mavs, and boy he was right. I live on the East Coast, and it was about 12: