Los Angeles Lakers
Dwyane Wade scored 25 points and added six assists, Hassan Whiteside grabbed 25 rebounds and the Miami Heat rallied to beat the Los Angeles Lakers 100-94 on Wednesday night.
The Miami Heat have certainly had their fair share of obstacles to overcome so far this season.
The Miami Heat have won consecutive games for the first time since late November, but the elusive achievement didn’t come without a price.
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.
An eventful offseason for the Miami Heat took another dramatic turn when reports surfaced about the team reassigning two of their longer-tenured assistant coaches.
As the Miami Heat continue to build a new roster in the wake of LeBron James’ departure, new players know that they are coming into a situation where there will be opportunities to earn playing time.
Forward Shawne Williams, who spent part of last season with the Los Angeles Lakers, has signed with the Miami Heat.
Playing on Christmas Day is something that the Miami Heat has grown quite accustomed to over the past decade or so.