The Miami Heat will wrap up its record-setting regular season Wednesday night at home against the Orlando Magic.
The awards for the Miami Heat continue to pile up this season with arguably the team’s best bench player, Shane Battier, receiving the 2013 Magic Johnson Award.
The Miami Heat will have a different lineup on the floor Thursday night than they have in recent weeks after power forward Udonis Haslem didn’t make the trip to Oklahoma City, according to the Palm Beach Post.
The Miami Heat will be without one of their key contributors for a few days. Forward Shane Battier is expected to miss a few days due to a sprain in his right knee.
It had been more than a decade since the Miami Heat last tasted victory in the Mile High City. But that drought was relieved Thursday night with a 98-93 victory by the Heat over the Denver Nuggets.
The NBA is taking All-Star Game voting to another level in 2013. The league announced the 2013 All-Star ballot Tuesday and for the first time ever, NBA fans can vote via social media, including Facebook, Twitter, and others.
The Miami Heat’s prime target in free agency, guard Ray Allen, will visit the team Thursday to talk with team officials about joining the reigning NBA Champions.
Now that the 2012 NBA Finals are over, it’s time to look back at some of the interesting stats and nuggets from the series that saw the Miami Heat capture its second NBA championship in the last six years.
For most of the 2012 season, fans and media members alike begged the Miami Heat not to shoot too many 3-pointers. Luckily the Heat didn’t listen and in the NBA Championship clinching Game 5 of the NBA Finals, it was a complete Miami Three Party.
It took Miami Heat forward Shane Battier 832 regular season games and 69 playoff games to reach his first Finals this season with the Heat. Now, the 33-year-old veteran is one game away from a ring.