Just in time for tonight’s season opener against the Orlando Magic at , our Miami Heat Beat experts use their collective brainpower to accurately predict the Miami HEAT’s 2016-17 season record. Now, here it is all under one post, so it’s on the record.
Jorge Sedano of ESPN joins Gianni, Alf, Harrison, and a late arriving Brian to face his crimes for predicting the HEAT to finish 12th in the East. The Heat Beat Staff also wagers a bet with Sedano to bring Cassidy Hubbarth on the show, and we have haters (feat. MHB diss track)!
After losing Dwyane Wade, there’s been a drastic drop-off in who’ll succeed his team-high pick-and-roll usage with a reinvented, fast-paced HEAT offense. Here’s a first glance at how the new-look HEAT might fill Wade’s vacancy with a prognosis on Miami’s pick-and-roll ball handlers, comparing both incoming and outgoing players.
With so much uncertainty surrounding Chris Bosh, it’s important that the Miami HEAT prepares for a future without him. So here are three potential starting lineups that could be effective in Bosh’s absence.
Training camp is less than three weeks away, so here’s a new 5-on-5 previewing our surprises, disappointments for the new season, Goran Dragic’s foreseeable future and who the next face of the franchise is.
Miami has found the winner within itself to realize its highest form of success. More and more, we will begin to see the HEAT’s best years built through a more evenly, distributed mix of developed players and deluxe free agents.
The future of the franchise is more uncertain than ever. However, in these dark times, a beacon of hope emanates from Orlando Summer League where Miami’s young prospects hold the promise of a new era for Miami.
I was not prepared for this, not even the little bit. I had convinced myself I was, but we’re all shook. Dwyane Tyrone Wade Jr., born in 1982, originally from the South Side of Chicago, Illinois, was drafted by our team on June 26th, 2003. It is now July 8, and he is no longer a member of the Miami Heat, but instead, a member of his hometown, Chicago Bulls.
We welcomed Israel Gutierrez of ESPN as our special guest to join Giancarlo Navas, Leif, and Brian Goins to discuss Dwyane Wade’s sudden departure, and why Pat Riley and the HEAT organization placed minimal effort to retain him.
How the Miami HEAT and Dwyane Wade’s messy breakup made for the unhappy ending we all knew was coming in their romantic comedy, even though we all hoped it would end with the two walking off into their happily ever on Biscayne Blvd – as eye-rolling as it sounds.