Miami was absolutely embarrassed by the Dallas Mavericks, who went on 37-2 run in the second half and beat the Heat 93-72 on Friday night.
For much of the season, the Dallas Mavericks’ elite offense translated into victories and one of the top spots in the Western Conference. But as the points have diminished, so have the wins.
The Miami Heat have been playing better basketball in the new year than they had been during the final two months of 2014.
Brandon Knight had 17 points and six assists and the Milwaukee Bucks put seven players in double figures on the way to beating the Miami Heat 109-102 on Tuesday night.
The Miami Heat will see a familiar foe at the helm of their Tuesday night opponent.
Hassan Whiteside, the Miami Heat’s newly discovered star, turned in one of the best games any big man has played in the NBA this season.
The NFL and NHL held their respective All-Star games last weekend, but that doesn’t mean basketball took a back seat.
Don’t look now but the Miami Heat may be turning their season around.
After narrowly holding on for a win against Indiana on Friday, the Miami Heat are back on the road to face a division leading team.
For making an obscene gesture toward heckling fans, Dwyane Wade was fined $15,000 by the NBA and even had his phone and television privileges revoked at home by his family.