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MIAMI - LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Udonis Haslem, Joel Anthony and Dexter Pittman practiced with the Miami Heat on Friday. Yes, that was everyone. With teams unable to even start the process of getting contracts done until 2 p.m. on Friday, the reigning Eastern Conference champions simply decided to go through what amounted to basically a dress rehearsal for what will be the first full practice on Saturday. By then, a dozen more deals are expected to get finalized, giving the Heat more than enough players to start the process of getting ready for a new year. "Today is not obviously your traditional first day of training camp," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. Welcome to the first steps in the post-lockout world, where normalcy may still be a day or two away -- at least. When the Heat convene Saturday afternoon, theyll have 14 days left before the plane leaves for Dallas and a Christmas Day opener against the Mavericks in a rematch of last seasons NBA finals. Spoelstra plans on jumping back to near where the team left off, starting with what he called a playoff practice to gauge how much the Heat remembers from a few months ago. The Heat expect 18 players in training camp, with Mike Miller (hernia) and Eddie House (left knee) sidelined while recovering from surgery and likely out for two weeks or more. Mario Chalmers -- who agreed Friday to a new deal that could pay up to US$12 million over three years -- is expected on the floor Saturday, as are fellow holdovers from last season Juwan Howard and James Jones, both of whom agreed to new deals. Shane Battier signed Friday night and will practice Saturday, as should Eddy Curry, who has been in just 10 NBA games over the past three years. "Ive been knowing Eddy since high school basketball," Bosh said. "I think we know what hes all capable of doing when hes in shape and is at the top of his game. Its unfortunate what has happened to him in the past few years, but Im sure hes eager to get back and hopefully he has a bit of a chip on his shoulder as well." And how does Curry look to Bosh? "Looks good. Looks good," Bosh said. Wade, who has worked out with Curry often -- they are both pupils of trainer Tim Grover in Chicago -- said he was also impressed. "It was good to see him come in," Wade said of Curry, who was listed at six-foot-11 and 295 pounds in his last NBA stint. "Just to walk in, I havent seen nobody walk through them doors that big in a long time. So it was good to see." Wade, James and Bosh played plenty of basketball this summer, and Spoelstra raved about their condition entering camp. Bosh is noticeably more muscular, Wade has worked to trim his body fat even below the notoriously demanding Heat standards, and James has said hes been ready to attack the new season since about mid-July anyway. The goal in Miami is obvious, of course. After losing to Dallas in six games last spring, nothing less than a title will satisfy, but at this point, the time isnt right for any rah-rah speeches, Wade said. For now, the Heat are simply happy to be back to work, given that a few weeks ago many players were bracing themselves for no season at all. "You kind of miss it, man," Wade said. "The smell of the gym, hearing the balls bounce, looking on the other end of the court, seeing the guys down there, working with the coaches youre working with, you miss it. It becomes a family and were just happy that were back." The practice uniforms were new, but other than that, very little seemed different about the Heat on Friday. The coaching staff is unchanged, the philosophy will be no different and the rotation figures to be relatively similar to what Miami had last season. So its a far cry from the start of camp a year ago, when the Heat worked James, Bosh, Miller and a slew of other new guys into the mix. And given that this will be an abbreviated training camp, theres a notion that Miami could have a leg up on teams that will have many changes from last season. James cautioned about overstating the importance of that. "Missing these two-and-a-half months, its no advantage for any team," James said. "We would love to have those months back where we could continue to come together as a team, but we have the same time as everyone else has and our guys are just going to try to work every day to get better as a team and be ready to play." Rochester, NY (Sports Network) - The seasons first three major champions have been paired together for next weeks PGA Championship. Masters titlist Adam Scott will play the first two rounds at Oak Hill with U.S. Open champ Justin Rose and British Open winner Phil Mickelson. The three will start Thursday afternoon on the first tee at 1:45 p.m. (ET), then comeback at 8:35 a.m. on the 10th tee on Friday for their second round. Four-time winner Tiger Woods will go early-late. He is slated to start on the 10th tee at 8:35 a.m. on Thursday and will go off No. 1 on Friday at 1:45 p.m. Woods will play the first two rounds with former champions Davis Love III and Keegan Bradley. Watch first round coverage love on TSN and TSN Mobile TV, Thursday at 1pm et/10am pt. Those are the headline groups each afternoon, but they also have plenty of firepower in front of them. There is a five group run-up to this years major winners that starts with Pebble Beach and Canadian Open winner Brandt Snedeker playing alongside Jason Day and Nicolas Colsaerts at 12:55 p.m. on Thursday. They are followed by 2012 Masters winner Bubba Watson, who will play with Tim Clark and Lee Westwood for the first two days. Next up will be Miguel Angel Jimenez and two former U.S. Open winners - Webb&nbbsp;Simpson and Angel Cabrera.dddddddddddd Defending champion Rory McIlroy will compete alongside fellow former PGA champions Vijay Singh and Martin Kaymer for rounds one and two. Just in front of this years three major winners will be the trio of Luke Donald, Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano and Jordan Spieth. The group after this years major champions is slated to be 2007 Masters winner Zach Johnson, Ian Poulter and 2009 U.S. Open champ Lucas Glover. The groups leading into Woods threesome starts with new father Hunter Mahan, Paul Casey and Billy Horschel. They are followed by Americans Jason Dufner and Steve Stricker, who play with Hideki Matsuyama. Three players looking for their first major championships - Sergio Garcia, Matt Kuchar and Rickie Fowler - will go off Thursday at 7:55 a.m. The next group includes former major winners Graeme McDowell and Ernie Els, as well as Bill Haas. Former PGA champs David Toms, Padraig Harrington and Y.E. Yang are two groups ahead of Woods. Immediately in front of Woods group will be Henrik Stenson, Dustin Johnson and 2011 Masters winner Charl Schwartzel. Jim Furyk headlines the group behind Woods, while K.J. Choi is two groups behind Woods. Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' ' nfl jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys nfl shop wholesale jerseys
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