Miami Heatis surely living up to its moniker. The team is currently the hottest team at the end of the first half of the season winning eight straight games entering the all-star break. During those wins, the Heat is winning it big beating opponents with an average of 16.5 points. Due to their hot streak, Miami is now tied in the entire league for the best record (27-7) with the Oklahoma City Thunder. Owners of Miami Heat tickets certainly love what they see from their team. With the Finals defeat in last season’s playoffs still on their minds, the Heat is in the quest of avenging the loss and win the second title for the franchise.
The Heat is certainly better at this point of the season than during the first year of the Big Three era. LeBron James is once again putting up stats worthy of an MVP. Dwyane Wade has come back strong after suffering injuries at the early point of the season. Chris Bosh has been solid in the absence of Wade. The bench is stacked compared to last year. Everything is clicking right now for the Miami Heat and if they are able to continue their hot play in the second half of the season, a title would never be in question.
Many consider LeBron as the runaway Most Valuable Player for this season and who can question that. Despite playing career-low in minutes (36.7), his stats for this season are on par with his MVP seasons (2008-2009, 2009-2010). Through 33 games played, James is averaging 27.4 points, 8.1 rebounds, and 6.8 assists per outing. What is even more amazing for the 27-year-old forward is that his shooting percentages are better than his previous years. He is taking the fewest shots per game for his career (18.1 attempts) which results to a career-high 55 percent shooting. Not known as a good three-point shooter, James has taken fewer 3PT field goals compared to his other seasons. He is now shooting a career-best 41 percent. Perhaps the biggest stat that James has is his current PER rating of 32.42, higher than any of Michael Jordan’s rating in his entire career. James has proven in the past that he is capable of putting up incredible stats in the regular season but he has yet to prove his greatness in the biggest stage (look at last season’s Finals), will this season be it?
Wade, on the other hand, is averaging his fewest points since his rookie year but this is more due to LeBron’s terrific play. Averaging only 32.2 minutes per game (lowest in his career), Wade is putting up 22.4 points, 4.4 rebounds, 4.8 assists, 1.4 blocks, and 1.7 steals in 25 games played. Now that Wade is healthy, expect the team to be really scary with him and LeBron.
Among the Big Three, Bosh is the most overlooked. The former Georgia Tech player is having another solid season averaging 18.4 points and 8.3 rebounds per game.
Outside of Big Three, starting point guard Mario Chalmers and bench players Norris Cole, Mike Miller, Udonis Haslem, and Shane Battier have all been doing their part for the team.
Miami Heat tickets have been selling like hot cakes since the Big Three came and their play of late makes no difference.
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