Deron Williams got his first preseason action. LeBron James and Chris Bosh didn’t need any more.
LeBron James was desperate for some time away from basketball, so he packed up his family for a vacation this summer. Sun and sand. Rest and relaxation. Pen and paper, too. It didn’t take long until the NBA’s MVP took a break from taking a break.
The Miami Heat won Wednesday night’s preseason game against the New Orleans Pelicans, but it wasn’t the victory that everyone was talking about after the game. Instead it was four minutes of the game that represented a giant step for a Heat big man.
The NBA tips off its regular season next week and as one final preview of the season, the league’s general managers made their predictions for awards and who will take home the Larry O’Brien trophy this year. Put simply, it’s good to be a member or fan of the Miami Heat!
Dwyane Wade was back on the court for the Miami Heat.
Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade was originally in the starting lineup for Monday’s preseason opener against the Atlanta Hawks. But then Wade decided he needed the night off to rest his body.
Hopefully, this is not a bad sign for the Heat this season. Dwyane Wade was in the starting lineup for the Miami Heat’s preseason opener. That is, until he decided he needed a night off.
If you see Miami Heat legend Dwyane Wade in practice, you’ll immediately notice a younger-looking, leaner, and refreshed shooting guard ready to prove to the league that last year’s postseason was an aberration and not the norm.
The Miami Heat got back to the business of pursuing a third straight NBA championship by heading to the Bahamas for training camp.
Erik Spoelstra has been with the Miami Heat for nearly two decades, and the team is hoping they remain together for years to come.