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Miami Heat

Conference: Eastern

Division: Southeast

Stadium: Kaseya Center (capacity 19,600)

Head Coach: Erik Spoelstra (2008-present)

Star Players: Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebayo, Jaime Jaquez Jr.

2022-23 Regular Season: 44-38 (7th in Eastern Conference)

2023 Playoffs: NBA Finals (lost 4-1 to the Denver Nuggets)

Legendary Former Players: Dwyane Wade, Alonzo Mourning, Tim Hardaway, Lebron James, Glen Rice, Shaquille O’Neal

NBA Championships: 3 (2006, 2012, 2013)

Miami Heat

It took a while for the Miami Heat to raise the temperature on the hardwood in south Florida in the years after the franchise joined the NBA in 1988. It wasn’t until the legendary coach Pat Riley took over the reins in the mid-1990s that the team saw a period of sustained success, becoming perennial playoff contenders thanks to the two-way prowess of Alonzo Mourning and on-court leadership of Tim Hardaway. The Heat’s first NBA title continued to elude them, however, until 2006, when they finally reached the promised land, coming from two games down to defeat the Dallas Mavericks 4-2, led by powerhouse Shaquille O’Neal and sharpshooter Dwyane Wade. The title was especially sweet for Mourning, who had returned to the Heat as a backup to O’Neal after battling a serious kidney disorder and played a key role in the 2006 Playoffs. The team went on to rebuild around Wade, bringing in Lebron James and Chris Bosh to create the “Big Three” that claimed back-to-back NBA championships in 2012 and 2013. Wade stayed on with the Heat until 2016, then returned to Miami for the 2018-19 season to close out his career, having spent the better part of 14 seasons with the franchise. In recent years, the clever acquisition of Jimmy Butler in 2019 has helped the Miami Heat continue to challenge for the title, falling narrowly to the Los Angeles Lakers in the 2020 NBA Finals and to the Boston Celtics in the 2022 Eastern Conference Finals. Last season, despite a less-than-stellar regular season 7th-place finish, the Heat were still able to take their fans on a thrilling ride from the Play-Ins all the way to the NBA Finals, upsetting the Milwaukee Bucks, New York Knicks, and Boston Celtics before ultimate defeat at the hands of the Denver Nuggets. Heat fans will be hoping for more of the same in 2023-2024!

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