For most of the NBA season, the Miami Heat has rolled out the same starting lineup. But with their backs against the wall in Game 4 of the 2013 NBA Finals, Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra may be ready to bench Udonis Haslem.
The greatest players in sports history always found a way to rally themselves and their team when the odds were stacked against them. For LeBron James, after a horrid Game 3 performance, that time is now.
The Miami Heat will have a different lineup on the floor Thursday night than they have in recent weeks after power forward Udonis Haslem didn’t make the trip to Oklahoma City, according to the Palm Beach Post.
The Miami Heat have been playing with a renewed defensive energy and chip on their shoulder as of late. Wednesday night, in a game against the woeful Charlotte Bobcats, the game got feisty at different times.
Miami Heat power forward Udonis Haslem is on the cusp of breaking a team record long held by former center Alonzo Mourning.
A duo of players helped power the Miami Heat in Game 2 Wednesday night; but it was someone besides the Big Two of LeBron James and Dwyane Wade.
There are some times in sports where one or two athletes take things to a level not often seen. That was the case for Heat superstars Dwyane Wade and LeBron James during Game 4 of the Eastern Conference semifinals Sunday afternoon.
The Miami Heat return to the court Thursday night for Game 3 against the Indiana Pacers looking for someone to help out LeBron James and Dwyane Wade on the offensive end of the floor.
Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade has been a superstar on the court for years, but it’s what he does off the court that has him being recognized by Vogue magazine.
When Chris Bosh was moved to the center position in the starting lineup, the Miami Heat hoped Udonis Haslem would rise to the challenge and become a quality contributor on both ends of the floor.