Miami Hats tickets may not feature LeBron James any more, but the boys from South Beach as loading up on talent. Goran Dragic, Luol Deng, Chris Bosh, and Dwyane Wade headline a deep roster that has the potential to do some damage in the 2015 NBA season.
Erik Spoelstra enters his fifth year as the Miami Heat head coach and has his superstar team set to hunt for the NBA Title again. Can this dream team make more basketball history in the 2015 NBA season? Find out when you order your Miami Heat tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!
The Miami Heat have ridden superstar Dwyane Wade to the playoffs several times in his career, with D-Wade bringing home the NBA Title in 2006. With age and free agency decimating the team, Dwyane Wade had to carry the Miami Heat more and more on his back as time went on. In 2010, it looked like the Miami Heat might lose D-Wade to free agency. Instead, the longtime captain broke the very balance of the NBA by not only rejoining the team, but by orchestrating the arrival of LeBron James and Chris Bosh to the Miami Heat. The Miami Heat proved the haters wrong, reaching the NBA Finals for three-straight years, taking home the NBA Title in 2012 and 2013. Dominating the hardcourt in 2013 and 2014, the Miami Heat easily earned tan NBA Playoff berth. Crush opponents like the Indiana Pacers, the Miami Heat easily made their way to the 2014 NBA Finals.
The 2013-14 Miami Heat roster could be the best ever. LeBron James is the face of the NBA and is surrounded by world-class talent for the first time in his career. An unstoppable scorer, savvy defender, and crowd-favorite, LeBron James could have sold-out all of the Miami Heat’s tickets by himself. Beastly PF Chris Bosh came over from the Toronto Raptors, where he too carried a team on his back for many years. Dwyane Wade is still the unquestioned leader of the Miami Heat and ties it all together. Veteran Mario Chalmers has been an unsung hero, and along with excellent play from the likes of Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis, the Miami Heat have a deep bench behind their All-Star starters.
While fans can expect plenty of posterizing dunks and record wins from the Miami Heat’s big three, but taking the NBA Championship will not be easy. The Miami Heat feasted on weak opponents like the Charlotte Bobcats, Washington Wizards, and the injured Orlando Magic, but they also victimized tough opponents like the Boston Celtics in 2013 and 2014. The Miami Heat did not face stiff competition in the weak Eastern Conference Playoffs, handing easy defeats to the likes of the Charlotte Bobcats and Indian Pacers. The NBA Finals will be the toughest test of the year for the Miami Heat, where they will meet the San Antonio Spurs for a second-straight year.
Expect fifth-year Coach Erik Spoelstra to push the trio of James, Wade, and Bosh hard, whether the Heat are playing on the road or at home inside the American Airlines Arena. Much like the Dallas Cowboys or Manchester United, the Miami Heat can expect fans to sell out every game on the schedule, home and away. As the Heat prepare to pick up their competitive intensity and battle for respect in the 2014 NBA Finals, don’t miss a second of the Heat’s long-awaited comeback when you order Miami Heat NBA Finals tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!
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