Miami Heat All-Star guard Dwyane Wade is planning on returning to the starting lineup this Friday after sitting out the last six games due to a knee injury.
Unlike Will Ferrell’s character in the movie “Old School,” the Heat are no longer going streaking. The team posted its first loss since February 1 Wednesday night after reeling off 27 straight victories. The loss to the Chicago Bulls isn’t surprising, neither is the Heat’s reaction to the loss.
The Miami Heat entered Thursday night’s contest as the hottest team in the NBA, led by the front-runner for the Most Valuable Player award, LeBron James. By the time the final horn sounded, the Heat had finished off the Oklahoma City Thunder for the sixth straight time, 110-100.
Miami Heat superstar has once again been named the Eastern Conference player of the week for his play over the last week.
While much of the offseason focus for the Miami Heat was on the acquisition of Ray Allen, it’s another big acquisition that could also pay big dividends for the Heat.
Miami Heat superstar guard Dwyane Wade underwent surgery on his troublesome left knee Monday and will now need up to eight weeks to fully recover.
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.
Everyone who watched Dwyane Wade in the NBA playoffs knew something wasn’t quite right with his left knee. That knee problem will require surgery and that means Wade is not able to participate on Team USA in the 2012 Olympics.
It was celebration day in the 305 Monday as the Miami Heat partied with thousands of their closest friends inside and outside the AmericanAirlines Arena.
Thousands of people are expected in downtown Miami for Monday’s Parade of Champions featuring the NBA’s 2012 champs – our very own Miami Heat.