The Credits: "A Night At The Roxbury"

If you look closely, LeBron traveled. Also, Kobe dunked. But mostly a Miami TO.

All eyes will be on South Beach, as our Los Angeles Lakers visit the Miami Heat in the clubs' first meeting of the season. The Heat come into this game on a roll, after drubbing the Spurs in the 2nd Half on Tuesday night. The Lakers are also coming off a win, courtesy of a clutch three by Derek Fisher. Perhaps D-Fish should present his resume to LBJ. Might be kinda tough for D-Fish to squeeze that into the schedule though, what with checking up on retirement homes and all.

Dwyane Wade looks to be out for tonight's game, which is good news for us. Take some time to rest D-Wade, don't rush things. Then again, perhaps it's best for all of us if you do play. We'll have much more about Lakers-Heat in our Game Preview rolling out later today.

On a different note, some rumors about D-Will, Kareem lands something better than a statue, and Eddy Curry might debut tonight. Wait, what?!

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