As the Miami Heat prepare for Monday’s clash with the Boston Celtics in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals, one big name remains missing from the Heat’s lineup, Chris Bosh.
Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade has been a superstar on the court for years, but it’s what he does off the court that has him being recognized by Vogue magazine.
Just a day after declaring Chris Bosh is out indefinitely, the Miami Heat return to the court Tuesday night to take on the Indiana Pacers in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals.
When Chris Bosh was moved to the center position in the starting lineup, the Miami Heat hoped Udonis Haslem would rise to the challenge and become a quality contributor on both ends of the floor.
Wednesday night was slated to be a battle of NBA Most Valuable Player candidates at the AmericanAirlines Arena as Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder battled LeBron James and the Miami Heat.
Over the weekend, the Miami Heat played two more games without power forward Chris Bosh. It was two straight losses to Utah and Los Angeles and it showed that Bosh may be the most important player on the team.
He may not be the most celebrated member of the Miami Heat, but no one can question the impact power forward Udonis Haslem has had during the Heat’s playoff run.
South Florida has been center stage-or center court- and no one gets a closer shot than celebrity photographer Seth Browarnik.
According to South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Heat forward Udonis Haslem said he’s on schedule to return in April from a torn ligament in his left foot.
The struggling Miami Heat lost another key part to injury over the weekend when power forward Udonis Haslem tore a ligament in his left foot. Head President Pat Riley Pat Riley said Haslem should play again this season, but wasn’t sure when.