The Miami Heat got some good news Friday as the team continued preparing for the second round of the Eastern Conference playoffs.
The Miami Heat won’t be back on the court until Monday, but the biggest question surrounding the team is the health of Dwyane Wade’s knees.
The Milwaukee Bucks have put forth a good effort, but they have proven no match for the Miami Heat in the NBA Playoffs. But one thing that could slow down the Heat’s march towards a championship repeat is Dwyane Wade’s knee.
“We know we can play a better game.” Those words from Miami Heat superstar LeBron James should strike fear in every playoff opponent the Heat has this year.
Miami Heat All-Star guard Dwyane Wade is planning on returning to the starting lineup this Friday after sitting out the last six games due to a knee injury.
For the second straight game, Miami Heat superstars LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, along with point guard Mario Chalmers will not play. The announcement from the Heat came ahead of Tuesday’s game against the New York Knicks.
Sometimes in sports, a player will run his mouth when he shouldn’t and then has his words shoved right down his throat. That’s just what happened to Boston Celtics guard Jason Terry Monday night against the Miami Heat.
The Miami Heat will take the court in Milwaukee Friday night hoping to avoid history repeating itself as LeBron James and company go for the team’s 21st consecutive victory.
The NBA announced it’s Eastern Conference Player of the Week Monday and it’s a member of the Miami Heat’s Big Three. But this time, it’s not LeBron James, its Dwyane Wade.
The Miami Heat needed double-overtime to knock out the Sacramento Kings, but thanks to a season-best performance from LeBron James and Dwyane Wade; the Heat pulled out a 141-129 victory Tuesday night.