The Miami Heat finally made its way to the White House Monday to be honored by President Barack Obama for winning the 2012 NBA Championship.
The kings of the Miami Heat will be taking part in the Three Kings Parade, serving as parade Grand Marshals.
For the first time, LeBron James will be facing his former team as an NBA champion.
The latest addition to the Miami Heat is Ray Allen. What you may not know about the team’s newest star is how close he came to losing one of the most important people in his life, his shining light: his young son.
The Miami Heat have yet to visit the White House as is tradition for NBA champions, but that doesn’t mean the team isn’t still looking forward to the trip.
Almost every South Florida sports fan would love to watch the Miami Heat, but how about being able to do it for free?
The sounds of the Miami Heat’s championship parade still echo in downtown, but the team is already looking to next season as Wednesday, the Heat released the 2012-13 preseason schedule.
The Miami Heat are heading to China. Heat management announced Monday that the team would play the Los Angeles Clippers in Beijing on October 11th and in Shanghai on October 14th.
The Miami Heat’s prime target in free agency, guard Ray Allen, will visit the team Thursday to talk with team officials about joining the reigning NBA Champions.
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.