The Cavs have pursued unrestricted free agent James Jones.
Erik Spoelstra was tight-lipped when asked about how much James Jones would play in Wednesday's Game 5.
LeBron James wants teammate James Jones to play more minutes to provide offensive spacing vs. the Nets defense.
James Jones made his second consecutive start on Saturday vs. the Bucks, finishing with 10 points, two boards, one assist and one block in 27 minutes.
James Jones is starting vs. the Pistons on Friday.
James Jones started in place of Dwyane Wade for the second straight game and hit 5-of-8 shots (all 3-pointers) for 17 points in Wednesday's win.
James Jones will start in place of Dwyane Wade on Tuesday, while Shane Battier will continue starting ahead of Udonis Haslem.
Starting at SF in place of LeBron James (rest), James Jones shot 6-of-8 from downtown to finish with 18 points in 24 minutes.
James Jones exercised his player option on Tuesday and will stay with the Heat next season.
James Jones has no plans to retire after the season.
James Jones is back with the Heat after leaving the team to tend to a personal matter.
James Jones (personal) will not play on Monday.
James Jones could have his minutes reduced this season.
James Jones could be in danger of not making the final Heat roster.