LeBron James got his ring, then got cramps.
The last time the Boston Celtics were playing the Miami Heat at the AmericanAirlines Arena in a game that counted; they watched as the Heat pulled away and celebrated winning the Eastern Conference championship.
It’s been a long time coming for Miami Heat superstar LeBron James, but Tuesday night, he will officially receive his first NBA championship ring and watch as the team hoists another championship banner into the rafters of the AmericanAirlines Arena.
The old saying of the rich get richer certainly applied to the Miami Heat Wednesday. Roughly an hour after introducing Rashard Lewis as a new member of the Miami Heat; the team welcomed guard Ray Allen into Miami.
When Ray Allen agreed late Friday night to join the Miami Heat; the reaction in Miami was one of joy and in Boston, the fans turned against him faster than you can say Judus.
Free agent shooting guard Ray Allen still hasn’t agreed to a contract to join the Miami Heat and has left Miami, according to ESPN.com.
The Miami Heat have made pitches before to players, most notably getting LeBron James and Chris Bosh to join the team. Thursday, the Heat will be back at it trying to convince free agent guard Ray Allen to bring his talents to the AmericanAirlines Arena.
The Miami Heat need help if they’re going to pull off a Heat-peat and win next year’s NBA Championship. NBA free agency opened Sunday morning and Miami has one name at the top of the list, Ray Allen.
Game 7. The simple mention of it strikes fear in some fans and ignites others to cheer louder than they ever thought they could. Saturday night, the Miami Heat and 20,000 of their closest friends will face the Boston Celtics at the AmericanAirlines Arena for all the marbles in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals.
The Miami Heat know that they’ll get everything that LeBron James has in him in Game 7 against the Boston Celtics Saturday night. But it’s the player who has defined Heat basketball recently who will also need to step up to get the Heat back to the NBA Finals.