On what was a special night, the Miami Heat came out victorious over the shorthanded Cleveland Cavaliers. The Heat opened the game on an 11-2 run converting their first four attempts. After leading by single digits in the first period, the Heat pushed their lead to 30 by halftime. From there, they never looked back. Miami is now 23-3 at home.
In 2010, the Miami Heat pulled off the biggest free agency coup in NBA history signing Lebron James and Chris Bosh to join Dwyane Wade in Miami. During their four seasons together in Miami, the Heat went on to win two championships in four NBA Finals appearances. While Chris Bosh became a member of the Heat’s Big Three, there’s been reports over the years that suggested that Carmelo Anthony was supposed to be the third piece of the Heat’s Big Three in 2010. Continue reading →