MIAMI – Heat coach Erik Spoelstra was uncomfortable talking about his pursuit of Pat Riley’s Miami Heat coaching record and the Clippers Doc Rivers is not surprised. “The respect for Spo has always been there,” Rivers said before the Heat’s 90-85 victory Saturday that gave Spoelstra his 455th win, passing Riley as the franchise’s all-time winningest coach. “Spo is so unassuming. He’s like the greatest coach that no one knows. I think that’s the way he probably wants it.
MIAMI – James Johnson will have an MRI on his right ankle today after being injured during Saturday’s victory over the Clippers and it appears the Heat starting power forward, and tri-captain, could miss some time. Johnson left 5:45 seconds into the game and did not return. Following the game, coach Erik Spoelstra described it as a “lower-leg injury” and said Johnson was receiving treatment and would have an MRI today before the team leaves for Atlanta for the start of a two-game road trip.
The news could have been worst on James Johnson as an MRI showed that the Miami Heat’s starting power forward has bursitis in his right ankle and he is expected to miss seven to 10 days. Johnson came out of Saturday’s win over the Clippers midway through the first quarter and did not return. Johnson received treatment during the game and had the MRI today. He is not traveling with the team for its two-game road trip to Atlanta on Monday and Boston on Wednesday.
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