The Miami Heat head to Cleveland Monday to complete a home & home set against the Cavs. Does 2K see them victorious near the Mistake on the Lake? The Miami Heat just retired Heat legend Dwyane Wade’s jersey with a three-day event concluding on Sunday.
The Miami Heat’s All-Star break return week was a busy one equipped with surprises. No surprise here, but Dwyane Wade’s night was the perfect topper. The Miami Heat were back this past week after a very eventful and successful All-Star Weekend, might I add.
“I’m going to be able to tell my sons as they get older that I coached Dwyane Wade. That’s going to be pretty special.” -Erik Spoelstra talks about his relationship with Dwyane Wade and tonight's halftime ceremony.
Photo by Issac Baldizon/NBAE via Getty Images The Heat scored a franchise-high 82 points in the first half. After losing five of their last six games — all on the road — the Miami Heat needed a win Saturday night against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
One of most skilled and accomplished big men in recent NBA history, former Raptors and Heat star Chris Bosh expressed his disappointment at not making the Basketball Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.
Obviously, the Dunk Contest is a fun event, and no one’s livelihood was at stake. Still, Gordon not winning after dunking over a 7-foot-5 dude has led to some great reactions. Wade is clearly feeling the heat, and we don’t mean the Miami kind.
Dwyane Wade is settling nicely into retirement after hanging up his sneakers for good after last season, and even the lure of teaming up with a former pal to make a run at another NBA title doesn’t move the needle whatsoever as it relates to staging a comeback.
There is an upcoming ESPN documentary series that, for many men my age, is Star Wars. In it, new footage from over twenty years ago will be shared, so that the basketball-loving world can once again revere Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls.