There could be some major changes coming for the Miami Heat over the next couple of years.
The Miami Heat have certainly had their fair share of obstacles to overcome so far this season.
The NFL and NHL held their respective All-Star games last weekend, but that doesn’t mean basketball took a back seat.
With Dwyane Wade in the locker room and Chris Bosh enduring a nightmare of a shooting night, the Miami Heat still found the defensive moxie to finish an unlikely Staples Center sweep.
While the Miami Heat have had their share of issues so far this season, their Tuesday night opponent has dealt with a bit more.
Despite living in the post-LeBron era, the Miami Heat are not lacking superstar talent.
Last season was plagued by injuries to the league’s most noted stars, but this offseason proved to be full of action: the draft, big announcements, players sporting new jerseys, coaching changes and the controversies – just to name a few.
Ray Rice’s indefinite suspension from the NFL for domestic violence will cost him income from endorsements in addition to his $4 million in salary.
One thing that Dwyane Wade has never shied away from is a challenge. It’s the attitude that has remained with him from blacktops of Chicago through his days at Marquette University to his 11 years with the Miami Heat.
LeBron James singularly orchestrated the Big Three union. And now that he has opted out of his Miami Heat contract, he’s once again the Alpha Male of pro sports. Teams are scrambling to find the proper finances and expiring contracts, flipping over cushions for salary cap coin.