The Miami Heat are just one day away from starting the journey towards a third-straight NBA championship and while the roster is set; there are plenty of questions surrounding the team’s pursuit of an elusive three-peat.
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.
A good way to start the preseason, the Miami Heat picked up a win against the Atlanta Hawks Monday night in the preseason opener.
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.
The two-time defending champion Miami Heat kick off their preseason schedule Monday night as they begin work on pursuing a three-peat as NBA champions.
There’s not a lot of mystery about what the Miami Heat rotation will look like this season. Such is life when basically an entire team from one season stays together, particularly when that team was good enough to win its second straight NBA championship.
It’s tough to be out of the spotlight when you’re seven-feet tall, but Miami Heat center Greg Oden has been out of the basketball world for several years and he’s itching to get back on the court.
Chris Bosh traveled the world this summer with his family and tried to give his mind and body a break from basketball after helping the Miami Heat win a second straight championship.
A source has said Greg Oden told the Miami Heat he will accept their contract offer.
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The long wait over where former number one overall NBA draft pick Greg Oden will play may be coming to an end on Friday. According to ESPN.com, Oden will make his pick […]