The Miami Heat in 2013-14
The Miami Heat are ready to torch opponents on the court this postseason, and they've
got a good shot at doing so. The Heat have their eyes on a third consecutive NBA Championship, and it looks like they have
a real chance of making that happen. The Heat play in the Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference, a division that also
features such playoff contenders as the Atlanta Hawks, Charlotte Bobcats and Washington Wizards. The Heat have been putting
together another impressive season and have a great shot at securing one of the top two seeds in the Eastern Conference playoffs
The Heat have been to the NBA Finals in each of the last three seasons, winning the last two NBA Championships
behind their incredible trio of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. James seems to somehow still be getting better,
adding new facets to his personal game each offseason and unleashing them on the league. With James, the Heat remain on of
the favorites in the NBA title face this season, and there is certainly no reason to think otherwise. The team will look to
its role players to provide support for their stars trio, something that is still very important even for a team as talented
as the Miami Heat. Former lottery picks like Michael Beasley and Greg Oden could be major contributors in the postseason,
but it will really come down to LeBron. James is considered by most to be the best player in the world, and he can carry the
Heat to another title even if they're not playing their best. Make sure to get out to a playoff game this postseason.
The Experience of a Miami Heat Playoff Game
It doesn't get much better taking in an NBA game from your seat in
the stands. There is an energy to an arena while an NBA game is going on, and it's something that every fan of the National
Basketball Association should experience as often as possible. When the Miami Heat step onto the court at American Airlines
Arena, the crowd goes wild for their favorite team. Come tip-off the anticipation will have built to an incredible level,
as fans simply can't wait to see this quality team vie for another NBA Championship this season. Make sure you're there to
see one of the best teams in the league this season as they take to the court in the postseason to face off with the best
teams in the Eastern Conference.
Miami Heat Trivia
Who is the current general manager of the Miami Heat?
answer is Pat Riley, who actually coached the Miami Heat to an NBA title in 2006. Riley was the mastermind that was able to
lure LeBron James and Chris Bosh to join Dwyane Wade in Miami to form one of the best trios to take the floor for one team.
Riley also won championships as a head coach with the Miami Heat and took the New York Knicks to the NBA Finals. Riley has
thrived in every facet of his career, whether as a player, coach or executive.
Miami Heat Postseason History
Miami Heat have had many a memorable season, multiples that have ended with the team winning the NBA Championship. Heat fans
expect this team to make the postseason with regularity, and for good reason. This organization has proven that it will do
whatever it takes to put a winning team on the floor, and that makes for some exciting playoff basketball every time the Heat
can earn one of the Eastern Conference's top seeds. The Heat have won their division title on 10 occasions, and reached the
NBA Finals four times. The Heat have won three NBA Championships, those coming in 2006, 2012 and 2013. The Heat have reached
the NBA Finals in each of the three seasons since they brought the Big Three of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh together.
The team is looking to add another title to their trophy case this season.
Miami Heat Fans
Fans of the
Miami Heat know how to show up in big numbers to cheer on their team, but that is taken to the next level when the Heat make
it to the playoffs. Playoff basketball is one of the most intense sporting experiences, and the fans in Miami know that. The
crowd at a Heat playoff game brings the same kind of intensity that the team on the floor does, and that makes for a great
overall atmosphere in the arena. If you've never been to a Heat playoff game, then this is the year to change that when Miami
reaches the postseason. You'll find yourself seated next to some of the more passionate fans you've ever seen. Enjoy it this
postseason as the Miami Heat take on the best teams in the National Basketball Association.