Miami Heat Remains Confident Despite End Of Long Winning Streak
30. March 2013
The long and record-setting 27 game-winning streak might have ended but the Miami Heat remains confident and focused in the on the ongoing National Basketball Association season.
The Heat are dead serious in retaining their championship this year against tough NBA opponents from the entire league. Heat superstar guard Dwayne Wade said although they are sad that they did not get the record for the longest winning streak in the NBA at 33 games, the team remain happy with their achievement as the second longest winning streak in the NBA.
Wade said they are now ready to moved on and focused on defending their NBA championship this year. The superstar guard said winning 27 games in row is an awesome feat and the team are very happy they were able to accomplish it. Heat superstar forward Lebron James said the winning streak has shown that his team has improved throughout this NBA season.
James said now that the streak is over the Heat is now focusing its sights on how to defend their NBA crown. The NBA superstar forward said getting the streak is awesome but they are more focused on defending their NBA crown this year. Based on internet facts, the Heat are a professional basketball team based in Miami, Florida, United States. NBA experts said the team is a member of the Southeast Division in the Eastern Conference of the NBA. The experts said they play their home games at American Airlines Arena in Downtown Miami. They said the team owner is Micky Arison, the general manager is Pat Riley and the head coach is Erik Spoelstra.
They added that the mascot of the team is Burnie, an anthropomorphic fireball. Moreover, the experts said the Heat were formed in 1988 as an expansion franchise. The experts revealed that along with the Orlando Magic, the Heat are one of the two NBA franchises that represent the state of Florida.
The experts said since entering the league, Miami has fielded squads that have made the playoffs 16 out of 24 seasons, capturing nine division titles, three Eastern Conference Championships, and two NBA Championships, defeating the Dallas Mavericks 4–2 in the 2006 NBA Finals and the Oklahoma City Thunder 4–1 in the 2012 NBA Finals.