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Doris Burke on the Warriors Dominance, LeBron’s Decision and More

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Wes and David talk about the legacy of Ray Allen’s shot in Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals. Then they are joined by ESPN’s Doris Burke to talk about Golden State’s dominance, how LeBron will make his free agency decision, interacting with Erik Spoelstra and more.

Wes Goldberg (Twitter: @wcoldberg) is a writer, reporter, editor and podcast host. His work has appeared at The Mercury News, The Classical, The Step Back, FanRag Sports, Bleacher Report and others.

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‘Heating Up”: Episode 1, Stars Wanted

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Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

This is “Heating Up!” a Locked On Heat gameshow about the Miami Heat. On today’s show, Ethan Skolnick, Rohan Nadkarni, Josh Eberley and David Ramil join the panel to discuss what super star the Miami Heat should target, if Wayne Ellington is worth paying the luxury tax for and what should be at the top of Pat Riley’s to-do list.

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Mailbag, Pt. 2: Is Miami Stunting Josh Richardson’s Growth?

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In this second part of our weekly mailbag, Wes and David answer if Josh Richardson might be playing out of position and if his growth is stunted as a result. Then, they go into what it might take to acquire Carmelo Anthony this summer and if Pat Riley is willing to retire with this roster as the last he assembles.

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Mailbag: Should Miami Extend Justise Winslow’s Contract?

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Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

The Miami Heat face a decision of whether to offer Justise Winslow an extension this year or risk watching him walk away for nothing next summer. What should they do? Wes and David break down the pros and cons to extending Winslow now versus later.

Plus, a “South Beach 5” that might duplicate (or try to, anyway) Golden State’s most potent lineup and questions about Pat Riley’s management in Miami.

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