Currently led by Head Coach Erik Spoelstra, the Miami Heat has been making a great buzz in the recent NBA seasons with its remarkable achievements and other notable changes on its players’ lives. This team once again grabbed the championship title of the league, this time against the San Antonio Spurs. It was a victorious moment for the team because previously, they usually finish on the second or third spot only. Thanks for the players’ excellent playing skills and teamwork with the help of their coaches, trainers, and fans and supporters.
Another significant achievement of the Miami Heat in the previously ended season was the 27-win streak, which began on February 3, 2013 and lasted until March 27, 2013. This made the team hold the second all-time longest win steaks in the history of NBA. The team presently ranks next to the LA Lakers whose winning streak is 33 consecutive wins long. Since the team’s participation in the NBA in 1988, the Miami Heat now has a total of 1,244 wins, which include 3 championship games. When it comes to the Southeast Division alone, the team has already earned a total of 10 championship titles throughout its existence in NBA.
The 2012-13 NBA Finals indeed marked a milestone in the team’s career, especially for Coach Erik Spoelstra. It was his second time to successfully head the Miami Heat to get the championship title since he joined the team, although they already ranked first in the Southeast Division during the previous seasons. In this Eastern Conference season, the team won the First Round against the Milwaukee Bucks, the Conference Semifinals against the Chicago Bulls, and the Conference Finals against the Indiana Pacers. Coach Erik currently leads the team with the help of Assistant Coaches Bob McAdoo, Ron Rothstein, David Fizdale, Juwan Howard, and Dan Craig. Other than them, the team also includes Coach Bill Foran for the players’ strength and conditioning training and Coach Jay Sabol for their athletic training.
The team’s roster is currently composed of 17 players, including guards Ray Allen (#34), Mario Chalmers (#15), Norris Cole (#30), Roger Mason Jr (#21), and Dwyane Wade (#3). There are also the forward players Shane Battier (#31), Michael Beasley (#8), Chris Bosh (#1), Eric Griffin (#17), Udonis Haslem (#40), James Jones (#22), Rashard Lewis (#9), and LeBron James (#6). Another forward player is Chris Andersen (#11) who also plays the center position. Finally, completing the list are the center players Joel Anthony (#50), Justin Hamilton (#7), and Greg Oden (#20). These players are enjoying their respective growing fan base, as shown in the number of their followers on Tweeter, Facebook, and other major social media sites.
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