It was celebration day in the 305 Monday as the Miami Heat partied with thousands of their closest friends inside and outside the AmericanAirlines Arena.
Now that the Miami Heat are your 2012 NBA Champions, the franchise is already hard at work looking towards making any roster tweaks that are needed to bring the team back to the top of the mountain next year.
As Miami Heat star guard Dwyane Wade sat on the bench watching his team win without him, some began asking how good the team was without Wade. Friday night, Wade showed the world just what he means to the Heat.
Last year, the biggest flaw for the Miami Heat was the lack of depth behind the Big Three. After Thursday night’s domination of the Los Angeles Lakers, it looks like the Heat has taken a flame-thrower to that flaw.
The Miami Heat will face arguably its toughest challenge of the young NBA season Thursday night when Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers come to the AmericanAirlines Arena.
When Mike Miller returned to the lineup Tuesday night; it left just one big player on the Heat’s bench yet to play, center Eddy Curry.
The Miami Heat return to the court Tuesday night against the San Antonio Spurs, most likely without All-Star shooting guard Dwyane Wade.
It’s been more than a week since Dwyane Wade was removed from the lineup due to a foot injury. Unfortunately, his status still hasn’t changed during the week.
Perhaps the biggest weakness during the Miami Heat’s run to the 2011 NBA Finals was a lack of depth. Based on the first two weeks of the NBA regular season, consider that problem solved.
Miami Heat center Eddy Curry is a project who looks like he’s already made the roster, despite not playing a minute in the Heat’s two preseason games.