As recently as a few weeks ago, Miami Heat president Pat Riley said he wasn’t planning on amnestying any player on the roster. Apparently, plans changed as the Heat announced Tuesday that they have waived Miller using the one-time amnesty provision in the collective bargaining agreement.
As the Miami Heat celebrates its latest championship, it’s never too early to take a peek at what could be coming for the franchise that has dominated the Eastern Conference for the last three years in a row.
The Miami Heat have just finished one of the most impressive postseasons in team history en route to an NBA championship. But, according to Heat owner Micky Arison, the team is likely to lose money again this year, according to CNBC.
As the Miami Heat stand on the verge of elimination from the Eastern Conference Finals, many are starting to ask is this the swan song for the Big Three if a championship can’t be won this year?
Miami Heat fans who continue to lament the team’s struggles at point guard may have just been given something to hope for almost as much as landing LeBron James in the first place.
If you were hoping to see Miami Heat tickets or Carnival Cruise Line tickets go down in price; you’re probably going to be out of luck for the coming year.
The NBA and National Basketball Players Association continue mediated negotiations in New York in hopes of salvaging another season and ensuring South Florida they will again see the Big Three on the court this year.
Negotiators from the NBA and the National Basketball Player’s Association restarted talks in New York with a Monday deadline to avoid cancelling the first two weeks of the season.