The Heat hit the practice floor Friday ahead of Sunday’s playoff game against the Charlotte Bobcats—a team which the Heat has beat 16 times in a row.
LeBron James was walking down the hallway that the Miami Heat call “Championship Alley” a few minutes after last season’s NBA Finals, when he decided the time was right to send a message.
LeBron James was standing at his locker and chatting a few days ago when the conversation turned to which teams out there the Miami Heat might fear entering these playoffs.
After missing 11 games due to back spasms, Miami Heat forward Greg Oden tried to shake off some of the cobwebs in their last game of regular season play against the Philadelphia 76ers.
The regular season is over, and now it’s time for the NBA playoffs. The Miami Heat will be shooting for three championships in a row starting Sunday afternoon after ending their regular season with a loss against the 76ers.
With the NBA Playoffs starting, we look back on the top moments in NBA Playoff history.
Good news for Miami Heat fans. The NBA Playoffs have returned and so has White Hot Heat Week.
For the last six weeks, Indiana and Miami haven’t exactly looked like NBA title contenders.
The Miami Heat made it somewhere Monday night the team hasn’t been since the beginning of the season, first place in the Eastern Conference.
When the Miami Heat play the Portland Trail Blazers Monday night, one player on the Heat roster will see a former team that drafted him with the number one overall pick in the NBA Draft.