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With the Miami Heat on the wrong side of the momentum in the Eastern Conference Finals, Chris Bosh returned to the rotation. He gave the offensive burst necessary to take the last two games of the series and save Erik Spoelstra's job. His contributions will be necessary again in the NBA Finals. LeBron James and Dwayne Wade will not be enough to outscore Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, and James Harden. James, Wade, and Bosh make this Heat squad dangerous from every spot on the floor. James can score anywhere on the court, Wade can take anyone off the dribble and either stop on a dime for a spot jumper or take the ball all the way to the rim. Bosh has the midrange jumper and can occasionally post up.

Of course, Udonis Haslem, Mario Chalmers, Mike Miller, and Shane Battier will need to show up as well. Ideally, Miller is hitting from the outside and Haslem is hitting from the elbow, leaving the Thunder defense confused and constantly chasing the ball.

Now, the Miami Heat has to deal with the Oklahoma City Thunder's assets. Namely, Spoelstra has to find someone to slow down Russell Westbrook, or just force him to shoot from the outside. Spoelstra also has to contend with scoring champion Kevin Durant. KD is all limbs, which runs counter to James, who has the body of an NFL linebacker. Really, this is the marquee matchup of the series, even if they are not guarding each other.

Miami Heat History

The Miami Heat began playing in 1988, spending the first season in the Western Conference in the Midwest Division. They switched to the Eastern Conference the next season. Both years they finished at the bottom of the standings. However, those growing seasons soon passed and the Heat had become a playoff team. Glen Rice and Steve Smith gave the Heat a deadly pair of outside shooters and Rony Seikaly played surprisingly well in the post.

Miami then struck gold when they brought in Pat Riley as the head coach and Alonzo Mourning at center. Mourning was only the first of a few key additions to the roster. Soon players like Tim Hardaway, Dan Marjerle, Jamal Mashburn, and Voshon Lenard were added to the roster and it appeared the Heat were ready to inherit the Eastern Conference from the Chicago Bulls. Alas, the team would finish first in the Atlantic Division in four consecutive seasons from 1997 to 2000, but fail to advance beyond the conference semifinals.

Instead, the Heat basketball fans would have to wait until Dwayne Wade and Shaq made an unlikely postseason run in 2005-06. Pat Riley took over as head coach at the beginning of the season and the two stars carried the team to a very good 52-30 finish and a trip to the NBA Finals. There they played the Dallas Mavericks and came from a 0-2 deficit to take the title in six games. TheSeats has the Miami Heat tickets for the new season as LeBron, Wade, and Bosh try and add a second title to the franchise pedigree.

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Event Date/Time Venue/City  
NBA Preseason: Miami Heat Vs. Atlanta Hawks Oct 1, 2017
Sun 6:00PM
AmericanAirlines Arena
Miami, FL
NBA Preseason: Orlando Magic vs. Miami Heat Oct 7, 2017
Sat 7:00PM
Amway Center
Orlando, FL
NBA Preseason: Miami Heat vs. Charlotte Hornets Oct 9, 2017
Mon 7:30PM
AmericanAirlines Arena
Miami, FL
NBA Preseason: Miami Heat vs. Washington Wizards Oct 11, 2017
Wed 7:30PM
AmericanAirlines Arena
Miami, FL
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