The Miami Heat entered into elite company Wednesday night when the team won its 20th straight game, becoming only the fourth team in NBA history to accomplish the feat in one season.
The Los Angeles Lakers shocked the basketball world Monday morning when they hired former New York Knicks and Phoenix Suns head coach Mike D’Antoni to be the team’s new head coach, replacing Mike Brown who was fired on Friday.
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.
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.
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.
The NBA’s global reach is hitting new levels, but the country that ranks third in following the league through social media is near and dear to the heart of Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra.
Injuries kept Pat Riley’s vision for the Heat from coming to fruition in 2011, but this year, with the Big Five healthy; the NBA should be very afraid.
Heading into the 2011-2012 NBA season, Miami Heat President Pat Riley has a tough decision ahead of him that could reshape the team’s roster and anger many fans.