One of the players who helped put the Miami Heat on the basketball map is getting a major boost in his post-retirement NBA career.
How good could the back-to-back NBA champion Miami Heat be with a 7-foot center capable of defending the paint on a regular basis? If you believe Heat scout Tim Hardaway, good enough to win a third straight NBA championship.
With his first Championship ring, an Olympic gold medal and the title of 2011-12’s NBA MVP, LeBron James has dominated the basketball court both in the US and overseas.
Dwyane Wade scored 41 points, LeBron James added 28 and Miami finished off the Indiana Pacers, sending the Heat back to the Eastern Conference finals with a 105-93 victory in Game 6 on Thursday night.
In the end, it wasn’t enough to endure 2 days and night in the heat and cold, without sleep or even your smartphone to while away the time. In the end, the winner of lower bowl playoff tickets for the entire Miami Heat Chase for the Championship came down to a trivia question.
Before the Heat start playoff basketball against the Knicks Saturday, the Heat organization has been working for fans to try to get them amped up for the Heat’s playoff run, once again called White Hot Heat.
Students from Nova High in Davie are going head to head against W.H. Turner Technical High students at the 2nd Annual Miami Heat Black History Month Challenge.