The 2014-15 season did not go the way that the Miami Heat had planned.
For the Miami Heat, there is still playoff hope.
The Chicago Bulls went on a 39-8 run to start the second half – easily wiping out a 19-point halftime deficit – as they beat the Miami 89-78 on Thursday night, dealing a huge blow to the Heat’s playoff hopes.
As the inconsistent Chicago Bulls seek cohesiveness for the playoffs following Derrick Rose’s return, the Miami Heat remain engaged in a fight for a postseason berth.
The Miami Heat’s season has entered crunch time, with a playoff spot now on the horizon instead of within their grasp.
Dwyane Wade suited up for Miami on Saturday night after suffering a scary knee injury earlier in the week. But his gritty effort wasn’t enough to push Miami past the Piston, as Detroit took home the 99-98 win.
Dwyane Wade scored 40 points one day after having fluid removed from his balky left knee, Udonis Haslem set season highs with 18 points and 13 rebounds, and the undermanned Miami Heat beat the Detroit Pistons 109-102 on Sunday night.
After playing some of its best basketball of the season, the Miami Heat has hit a bit of a rough patch in recent games.
DeMarre Carroll scored 24 points and the Atlanta Hawks clinched the top seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs with a 99-86 victory over the Miami Heat on Friday night.
The Miami Heat took a heartbreaking loss on Tuesday in Milwaukee but will have to bounce back quickly in Boston as the Celtics may be getting one of their best players back in the lineup.