In case you missed it: Dec. 14

* The Heat started out strong Saturday night, but after a lull in the third period, they needed a late rally to overcome the Cavaliers and start their five-game homestand with a victory. Read More

* Heat Check: Charlie McCarthy breaks down how the Heat rebounded from their 2-2 road trip with a victory over the Cavaliers on Saturday night. Read More

* LeBron James scored 25, Dwyane Wade added 24 as the Heat returned home to Miami by holding on to beat the Cavaliers. Read More

* The Lighting’s road woes continued Saturday night, as all 33 of Tampa Bay’s shots were stopped by Martin Brodeur in a shutout loss to the Devils. Read More

* Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston became the youngest winner of the Heisman Trophy, taking the award in one of the widest margins in history. Read More
 
* The Jaguars added offensive guard Will Rackley to their injured list because of a concussion. Read More

* Steven Stamkos is skating again. The Tampa Bay Lightning’s star center, who fractured his right tibia Nov. 11 in Boston, skated for the first time Saturday in New Jersey since his horrific injury at TD Garden. The sight represents significant progress for the 23-year-old, who had a metal rod inserted into the affected leg a day after the incident. Read More

* No. 19 Florida could have highly touted freshman Chris Walker in the rotation soon. Walker, a McDonald’s All-America from Bonifay, has been admitted to school and was scheduled to practice Saturday. Read More