With the year coming to an end, CBSMiami.com is looking back at the top local sports stories. From the Miami Heat’s second-straight NBA Championship to the Miami Marlins’ historically bad season; there was something for everyone this year in sports.
The Miami Heat are used to challenges, but they get one of their stiffest tests right out of the gate on opening night Tuesday against the team’s bitter rivals, the Chicago Bulls.
The Miami Heat are just one day away from starting the journey towards a third-straight NBA championship and while the roster is set; there are plenty of questions surrounding the team’s pursuit of an elusive three-peat.
The Miami Heat are used to planning championship ceremonies and Tuesday the team will once again raise a championship banner to the rafters of the American Airlines Arena for the third time in seven years.
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!
Hopefully, this is not a bad sign for the Heat this season. Dwyane Wade was in the starting lineup for the Miami Heat’s preseason opener. That is, until he decided he needed a night off.
Miami Heat fans heard something from superstar LeBron James that was likely music to their ears during an interview on ABC’s Good Morning America.
The Miami Heat are going to the Super Bowl. Well, at least Super Bowl weekend.
The Miami Heat have little room to maneuver with the league’s punitive luxury tax, but the team is still in need of a big man who can help crash the boards in a few minutes of action per night.
The Miami Heat have decided to exercise their team option to keep starting point guard Mario Chalmers for the 2013-14 season.