Miami Heat Road Schedule in 2013-14
The Miami Heat are looking to burn the competition yet again this season as
they hit the road to travel across the nation and take on all of the best teams that the National Basketball Association has
to offer. The Heat have one of the best teams in the NBA yet again, but winning on the road is never an easy task in this
league. The Heat will certainly be looking forward to visiting Indianapolis, IN this season to take on the Indiana Pacers.
The Pacers played very well against Miami in the Eastern Conference Finals this season, and the Heat want to show them that
it's not going to be easy to go through them to reach the NBA Finals in 2013-14. The Heat always relish the chance to suit
up at Madison Square Garden, where they'll take on Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks. Miami will be hitting arenas all
over the country this season as they take on teams from both the Eastern and Western Conference, and you can be there to see
LeBron James and company turn up the Heat.
The Miami Heat are a part of the Southeast Division
as a part of the Eastern Conference, where their divisional foes include the Orlando Magic, Atlanta Hawks, Charlotte Bobcats
and Washington Wizards. The Heat are coming off a 2012-13 season in which they were able to capture their third consecutive
Eastern Conference title and their second consecutive NBA Championship. The team returns with much of the roster intact, making
them one of the favorites to win it all in 2013-14. This team has one of the best players in the National Basketball Association
in LeBron James. Many people would say that LeBron is THE best player in the league, as he has won the NBA's Most Valuable
Player award several times already in his career. James came into the league with an unprecedented amount of hype and he has
exceeded it, as he is destined to go down as one of the best players to every step into an NBA court. Having a player of that
caliber makes everyone else on the team's job easier. But that doesn't mean that James doesn't have a lot of help. He has
two fantastic running mates in Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade, as well as a multitude of reliable role players. Bosh is having
his best season as a member of the Miami Heat, refining his game and extending his range out to beyond the three-point line.
Bosh has been able to adapt to different lineups this season and show himself as an incredibly versatile big man that is an
integral part of what the Heat do on a nightly basis. Wade has been hampered by some injuries this season, but that has not
slowed down Miami much, partially due to James having the most efficient season of his career. The Heat made waves in the
offseason when they signed former number one pick Greg Oden. The team has brought the former Buckeye along slowly this season,
but the team could thrust him into a larger role down the stretch and in the postseason. Any way you slice it, the Heat are
one of the best teams in the NBA again this season, and are a legitimate contender to pull off a three-peat.
The Miami Heat are one of the most exciting teams in the National Basketball Association, and people love
to head out to the arena to see them play. Watching them at home in Miami is always great, but you'll get a different perspective
when you set out on the road to see the Heat play away from home. There are plenty of Heat fans to be found all around the
country, and you can join them in cheering on this team this season. Don't miss out on a minute of the action.
you know that LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade were all selected in the Top 5 of the 2003 NBA Draft?
right - James went first to the Cleveland Cavaliers, Bosh fourth to the Toronto Raptors and Wade fifth to the Heat. All three
would go on to become star players on separate teams before joining forces in Miami to form one of the best trios to every
take an NBA court together.
The Miami Heat first started burning up the court in 1988 as an
expansion team in the National Basketball Association. The organization found its first star player in center Alonzo Mourning,
who had some great seasons in Miami. The Heat captured their first NBA Championship in 2006 when Dwyane Wade and Shaquille
O'Neal took down the Dallas Mavericks in a riveting series. The Heat won the championship again in 2012 and 2013 after adding
LeBron James and Chris Bosh to the mix.