The Miami Heat have needed a wake-up call for the last few months and it may have come in the form of a demolition at the hands of the Oklahoma City Thunder Wednesday night at the AmericanAirlines Arena.
The Miami Heat don’t put a lot of weight into the regular season, but Heat fans may be starting to sweat a little bit as superstar Dwyane Wade can’t stay on the court and the team looks almost disinterested.
It’s been almost seven months in the making, but Tuesday the Miami Heat were once again honored by President Barack Obama at the White House for winning a second-straight NBA championship.
Miami Heat small forward Michael Beasley returned to the team that drafted him on an unguaranteed contract hoping to make enough of an impact to stick around for a full season. By 5:01 p.m. Tuesday, Beasley will know whether or not he is staying with the Heat for the rest of the season.
The NBA tips off its regular season next week and as one final preview of the season, the league’s general managers made their predictions for awards and who will take home the Larry O’Brien trophy this year. Put simply, it’s good to be a member or fan of the Miami Heat!
Miami Heat point guard Norris Cole has only known one NBA team since he joined the league and the Heat are not about to let him get away.
The two-time defending champion Miami Heat kick off their preseason schedule Monday night as they begin work on pursuing a three-peat as NBA champions.
It’s tough to be out of the spotlight when you’re seven-feet tall, but Miami Heat center Greg Oden has been out of the basketball world for several years and he’s itching to get back on the court.
The Miami Heat got back to the business of pursuing a third straight NBA championship by heading to the Bahamas for training camp.
It may seem that the Miami Heat’s season just ended, but training camp for the Heat opens Tuesday and with the team meeting the media on Monday, there are two items on the agenda: winning a third straight NBA championship and keeping LeBron James in town.