Now that the Miami Heat have guard Ray Allen and forward Rashard Lewis under contract; the team has two roster spots left that team president Pat Riley said won’t be filled immediately.
The old saying of the rich get richer certainly applied to the Miami Heat Wednesday. Roughly an hour after introducing Rashard Lewis as a new member of the Miami Heat; the team welcomed guard Ray Allen into Miami.
The Miami Heat welcomed Rashard Lewis to the team Wednesday, the first official day free agents could sign a new contract with teams.
Now that the Miami Heat has secured the services of sharpshooter Ray Allen for the next three years, it leaves the team with little to offer other veterans. Still, more veteran stars are coming to visit the team in free agency.
When Ray Allen agreed late Friday night to join the Miami Heat; the reaction in Miami was one of joy and in Boston, the fans turned against him faster than you can say Judus.
Ray Allen will take less money for a chance at another NBA championship.
Free agent shooting guard Ray Allen still hasn’t agreed to a contract to join the Miami Heat and has left Miami, according to ESPN.com.
Pat Riley’s approach to free agency has changed considerably since 2010, simply because the Miami Heat have nowhere near the same amount of money left to spend as they did during the coup that brought LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh together.
Now that the Miami Heat are your 2012 NBA Champions, the franchise is already hard at work looking towards making any roster tweaks that are needed to bring the team back to the top of the mountain next year.
Now that the 2012 NBA Finals are over, it’s time to look back at some of the interesting stats and nuggets from the series that saw the Miami Heat capture its second NBA championship in the last six years.