As Miami Heat star guard Dwyane Wade sat on the bench watching his team win without him, some began asking how good the team was without Wade. Friday night, Wade showed the world just what he means to the Heat.
Business may be about to pick up in a big way for the Orlando Magic and center Dwight Howard.
As the Miami Heat prepare for the first regular-season game of the year on Christmas Day against the NBA Champion Dallas Mavericks, they are starting to hear from other teams ready to try and dethrone the Eastern Conference Champions.
The Miami Heat’s Big Three may be about to get some large company in the NBA’s Eastern Conference.
Now that the NBA season will officially begin in December, it’s time for the Miami Heat to figure out exactly what to do with its roster. The Heat’s biggest need is at the center position.
With the season starting on Christmas, the Miami Heat are getting ready to shop.
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Mike Miller and Udonis Haslem are still under contract, meaning the core remains intact.
The Dallas Mavericks were already having a tough time containing the Miami Heat, but now one of their key reserves may be missing for another game.