When Miami Heat team president Pat Riley constructed this year’s version of the Heat, critics pointed to the only perceived flaw the team had: no big man to keep the Heat competitive in the rebounding battle.
Miami Heat superstar LeBron James or Chicago Bulls Hall of Famer Michael Jordan. When it comes to the greatest player in the last generation, it’s come down to those two names and with each passing game; LeBron is getting closer to overtaking his airness.
While he’s yet to make any meaningful contribution on the court, the Miami Heat have seen enough of Chris Andersen to sign him to a second 10-day contract.
The Miami Heat are in the midst of a six-game road trip and don’t look anything like a team ready to contend for a second straight NBA Championship.
The Miami Heat need a veteran center to man the middle of the floor and help rebound the ball. Enter former number one overall pick Greg Oden.
Miami Heat power forward Udonis Haslem is on the cusp of breaking a team record long held by former center Alonzo Mourning.
The Miami Heat looked great for three quarters of Game 1 of the NBA Finals. The fourth quarter swung the game for the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Heat now have to figure out how to slow down the Thunder heading into Game 2.
The Heat went to San Antonio around a week ago and were totally destroyed by the Spurs. So, the Heat decided to return the favor Monday night at the AmericanAirlines Arena.