Miami-Dade is showing support for Miami Heat star Dwayne Wade in a major way.
Miami Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra said Friday that Dwyane Wade and Greg Oden are both not expected to play against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
The Miami Heat ascended to first place in the Eastern Conference Tuesday while pursuing the ever-elusive three-peat. But the question in the back of the minds of many Heat fans is what happens when the current season ends.
The Miami Heat can pull ahead of Indiana with a victory over Toronto Monday night and a Pacers loss to the San Antonio Spurs. But the Heat will have to beat the Raptors with a short-handed roster.
The Miami Heat can pull even in the loss column with the Indiana Pacers this year if LeBron and company can go into Bankers Life Fieldhouse Wednesday night and knock off Indiana at home. But that’s a lot easier said than done.
The Miami Heat needed something to help them break out of their recent slump and between Dwyane Wade, Ray Allen, and Greg Oden; the Heat finally got into the win column Sunday afternoon.
He may be the king, but LeBron James may resemble a superhero or WWE villain more when he takes the court Thursday night against the New York Knicks.
While Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant has the inside track for the NBA MVP award, last year’s winner, Miami Heat forward LeBron James isn’t giving up his crown without a fight.
Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade may not have been able to do much on the court at the 2014 NBA All-Star Game, but off the court, Wade made quite an impression on the players at Riverdale High School.
Miami Heat superstar LeBron James is preparing for a second half push towards a third-straight NBA championship with the Miami Heat and as of now, he doesn’t see himself playing in any other city.