Dwyane Wade was hurt, Chris Bosh was sick, the Miami Heat missed 15 consecutive 3-point attempts and allowed the Milwaukee Bucks to score 22 points off turnovers.
It’s been a running joke with Mike Miller for much of this season. He comes into the Miami Heat locker room before games, sees the jersey hanging in his stall and wonders aloud why someone went to the trouble of putting it there.
Police are thanking the public for their help in locating a 33-year-old man that has Schizophrenia and the mental capacity of a 12-year-old.
When the Miami Heat left the court after winning the NBA championship, speculation began swirling about the futures of both Mike Miller and James Jones. Thursday, the latter made his decision on what he will be doing next year.
As the Miami Heat walked off the court after Game 5, the reality began to set in for the players and the fans; it looks like another season full of promise is going to come up short of even the NBA Finals this year.
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.
LeBron James scored 26 points, Chris Bosh finished with 22 points and nine rebounds, and the rarely used Jones scored 18 off the bench as the Heat steadily pulled away to beat the Detroit Pistons 98-75 on Sunday night.
The Miami Heat will be well represented in the annual three-point shooting contest during the NBA All-Star weekend.
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.
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.