Akron Beacon Journal "The Cavaliers agreed to a one-year contract with veteran wing James Jones, a league source told the Beacon Journal today. The deal is worth the league minimum. Jones, 6-foot-8, 215 pounds, is the second former Miami Heat player to join LeBron James with the Cavs in as many days after Mike..." July 16
Hot Hot Hoops "The Miami Heat announced today that the long-awaited HEAT Name Collection will finally be unveiled. These newly designed jerseys replace the player's last name with their nickname. The Heat will wear them for the January 10 road game against the Brooklyn Nets and at the AmericanAirlines Arena..." January 07
Miami Herald "Ray Allen’s pregame routine is well-documented, but he’s not the only player who arrives to arenas hours before games to fine-tune his outside shooting. James Jones is on the Heat’s so-called “early bus” as well, even though most nights Jones knows he’s probably not going to play. Jones’..." November 22
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The Miami Heat continue to torment Erik Spoelstra. In a good way. Such is life for a coach when you only have answers. With Dwyane Wade taking another night off to rest his balky knees, Spoelstra's rotation roulette spun toward James Jones, whose 14 third-quarter points effectively put away..." November 21
Real GM Basketball "James Jones will receive a bigger opportunity this season with the Miami Heat to replace Mike Miller. "It's just from work with the shooters in the offseason" said Jones. "Me and Ray [Allen] we get a lot of shots up. The routine it p" October 11
As expected, Rashard Lewis and James Jones exercise options to return. Jones said "I plan on being around a few years." Same with Rashard.
Juwan Howard active tonight, James Jones inactive. Jarvis Varnado also inactive. Spoelstra said same starting lineup.
Fox Sports Florida "James Jones talked about retiring after last season. But there are no such thoughts now. The Miami shooting guard plans to pick up his $1.5 million player option for next season and return to the Heat. “Unless something crazy happens, I’ll be back,’’ Jones said Wednesday in an interview with..." May 25
Fox Sports Florida "It was the ugliest scene in NBA history. The 2004 brawl between Indiana and Detroit resulted in nine players being suspended a total of 146 games and the league getting a serious black eye. But at least one positive story emerged from the brawl. His name is James Jones. After being a..." May 25