The fierce battles in the NBA Eastern and Western Conference Finals were events that were hard to ignore.
The Miami Heat are advancing to the Eastern Conference Finals.
After the Miami Heat dropped the last two games, it appeared as if the Philadelphia 76ers have changed the outcome of the series.
Well, we officially have a series now. Both the Philadelphia 76ers and Miami Heat took care of business at home.
Wednesday night’s matchup featured two teams battling for the first seed in the Eastern Conference standings.
The young talented Minnesota Timberwolves came into Miami on Saturday to face the Miami Heat.
After a disappointing loss against the Phoenix Suns, the Miami Heat were back in action on Friday.
The Miami Heat entered Monday’s game against the Boston Celtics without Jimmy Butler, Kyle Lowry, and P.J. Tucker. The game went about as well as you’d expect.
With the victory against Atlanta, the Miami Heat are 27-15 on the season. Here are my takeaways from Friday’s win over the Hawks.
The Miami Heat ended their four-game road trip Sunday night against the Detroit Pistons. Even shorthanded, the Heat still had an opportunity to finish the road trip strong against the struggling Pistons.