The Miami Heat have been such a prevalent force in the NBA that it’s easy to forget that they have only been around since the league’s expansion in 1988. Since then, the Heat have won 11 Southeast Division titles, five Eastern Conference titles and three NBA championships. Even those impressive numbers aren’t enough to satisfy a hungry Miami team, however. Entering the 2016-2017 season, the Heat will rely on team captain Chris Bosh to lead the team to yet another playoff appearance with the hopes of a shot at the championship title. The Miami Heat are gearing up to warm things up this fall and winter—tickets to see them play are available now!
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The Miami Heat might be struggling this season, but that didn’t stop the team from playing like champions against the Golden State Warriors on January 23. The game was close throughout, as each team would take the lead and then immediately relinquish it. Then, with the game tied at 102 and less than a second remaining, Dion Waiters did his best vintage Dwyane Wade impression and hit the game-winning three pointer. The Miami crowd went nuts and the mighty Warriors went home deflated. The Heat will look to keep on winning when the Brooklyn Nets come to town on January 30. Tickets for that game are available starting as low as $5.
The Miami Heat are in an outright tailspin and have won just one of their last ten matches. Lessening the negative attention for the No. 29 Heat are the current and swirling NBA trade rumors. As rebuilding teams shop around for fresh talent before the Feb. 23 deadline, Hassad Whiteside's name has come up more than once in conversation. Miami denies reports that they are actively trying to trade Whiteside, and with good reason. The center scored 28 and brought in 20 rebounds against the Warriors Tuesday, proving he is a valuable asset when he's at the top of his game. The Miami Heat play the Houston Rockets at home this Tuesday, Jan. 17. Grab yourself a ticket or two starting at just $10 each!
After beating the Lakers on December 22, the Miami Heat lost their next two games. Their latest loss was against the Thunder on December 27. The Thunder started out strong, outscoring the Heat 33-19. Despite making a strong effort in the next three quarters to catch up, the Heat were unable to make up the difference and lost 106-94. Josh Richardson scored 22 points, which tied his career high. The Heat head out on the road to play the Hornets on the 29 and the Celtics the next night, before they return home to host the Pistons on the 1. Be sure to get your tickets now so that you do not miss the chance to see the Heat play in person. Prices start at $29.
Just a few years ago, the Miami Heat was a team that was stacked high with superstars. These superstars were able to give the team a couple of championships, but you would never know that if you looked at their record today. Currently the Heat are sitting in 13th place in the Eastern conference, which is far from chances of getting into the playoffs. They would have to climb the standings ladder by five positions just to be contenders for the playoffs. Purchase your tickets today to catch them live and help cheer them on to some newfound victories. Tickets for all upcoming Miami Heat games can easily be found at Razorgator.
The troubles keep piling up for the Miami Heat, who have now lost two in a row. Dion Waiters has played every game so far this season, but will be sidelined with a groin issue. Tyler Johnson sustained a dental injury in last week’s contest against the Pistons and will also be out. Those two join an already too-long list hurt players that includes Justice Winslow, Goran Dragic, Hassan Whiteside and Wayne Elllington. Thankfully, both Whiteside and Dragic were able to return to the floor for the Heat in Monday’s home game against the Celtics. They lead the team in points, assists and rebounds, but it wasn’t enough to get Miami the win. The Miami Heat will play at home again this Tuesday, Dec. 6, against the Knicks. Get tickets today for $27 and up.
Hassan Whiteside's 25 rebounds were enough to turn the head of any NBA fan, but the impressive stat was not enough to get the Miami Heat a win over the Atlanta Hawks on November 15. Whiteside was the only bright spot for Miami in a game that dropped the team further down in the Eastern standings. The Heat did manage to keep the Hawks under 100 points, but the team's offense was lackluster and Miami ended up losing by a final of 93-90. The Heat will look to get back on track when a struggling Grizzlies team comes to town on November 26. Tickets for that game start as low as $15.
The Miami Heat finally got what the team needed from Goran Dragic. After getting off to a so-so start, the Miami point guard scored 25 points and helped to close out the Sacramento Kings in an overtime game on November 1. The Heat also got solid play from Tyler Johnson, the backup for Dragic, who has been providing some much-needed bench scoring throughout the season. The win got Miami back to .500 on the season and provided the team’s first home win. The Heat will look to do more winning at home in November, starting with a game against the Utah Jazz on November 12. Tickets for that matchup start as low as $16.
The Miami Heat used its second-to-last preseason game to show that this team is ready for regular season to start. Playing against the Orlando Magic, Miami dominated on both ends of the court and went on to win by 30 points, 107-77. The Heat shut down all of Orlando’s best scoring threats while presenting a balanced offensive attack that featured contributions from all the starters. Goran Dragic lead the way with 17, which is a good sign for a Heat team that will need to get a lot out of its starting point guard if it wants to contend in the East. The regular season starts in Miami on October 28 when the Charlotte Hornets come to town. Tickets are available starting at $19.
If sports analysts know one thing about this upcoming NBA season, it’s that they don’t know what to expect from the 2016-2017 Miami Heat. For the first time since 2002, the team will be playing without future Hall of Fame guard Dwyane Wade, and now health concerns have also put Chris Bosh’s future with the Heat in question. A handful of players from the last few seasons remain, but many new faces are joining the team and fans are anxious to see how they’ll work together on the court. The Heat’s first preseason game in Miami will be on October 8 against the Minnesota, and tickets start as low as $20.
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