It’s been a crazy year for the Miami Heat.
When Ray Allen chose not to sign with any teams prior to the 2014-15 season it was thought that the 10-time All-Star would eventually catch on with a title contender for another postseason run.
To say the Heat have been presented with a new problem every day since last season ended, that would be an exaggeration.
The Miami Heat are looking to finish their season strongly and enter the NBA Playoffs as a team that has a chance to make a run at a fifth straight Finals appearance.
Pat Riley stood along a wall in what the Miami Heat call “Championship Alley,” the hallway that links the team’s locker room and the court inside AmericanAirlines Arena.
It’s been a difficult few months for Mario Chalmers, who was criticized for his poor play in the NBA Finals, then lost his starting job at the beginning of the season.
Wednesday night’s game between the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers will have a different feel then games between the two teams have had in recent years.
Luol Deng scored a season-high 30 points, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade added 20 apiece and the Miami Heat stayed perfect against Dallas since the 2011 NBA Finals with a 105-96 victory over the Mavericks on Sunday night.
One Miami man is notorious for crashing prime time sporting events. Whether it’s the Kentucky Derby or the NBA Finals, people can expect the orange-clad “Marlins Man” to be there.
Rookie Shabazz Napier had 25 points, including four free throws in the final minute, and Miami held on for a 111-108 overtime victory over San Antonio on Saturday night in the teams’ first meeting since the Spurs routed the Heat in the NBA Finals.