The Miami Heat Parade to celebrate the team's 2012 NBA Championship will run for two miles through downtown Miami on Monday June 25. The parade is expected to be nearly two miles long as Miami Heat players including MVP Lebron James, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh parade down the streets to celebrate their victory over Oklahoma City Thunder.
It is only right that the tradition continue in Miami as the Heat have captured the franchise's second championship in seven years.
The parade will be scheduled for Monday, June 25th at 11AM. It will begin on the ever-popular Calle Ocho. The parade will then continue down Brickell and pass by the International Hotel in Downtown Miami. The parade will conclude in the Heat's home, American Airlines Arena. The Miami Heat failed to celebrate in 2011 after being up 2-1 in the series against ...
Miami Heat won the NBA Championships making Lebron James a champion. The Heat defeated Oklahoma City Thunder 121-106. Dwyane Wade won his second championship and the second championship for the Heat franchise. The Heat put this one away early in the third quarter.They jumped out to a huge lead as they did not stop making threes all night long.
The Miami Heat will look to close out the series tonight in Game 5 of the NBA Finals. The Oklahoma City will try to win and push the series back home where they hold a 9-1 playoff record. Their sole loss came against these same Heat in Game 2 of the series. One more loss and the Heat take the series and the championship.
The Miami Heat will win Game 5 and capture the NBA title tonight. There are a couple of reasons why I say this so boldly. First of all, look at the previous games. They took Game 2, which was a must win for them in Oklahoma City. In Game 3 they found themselves down by 10 in the third quarter. As soon as Kevin Durant sat out, they go went a run and finished the quarter with a two-point lead.
LeBron James is one win away from cupping the Larry O'Brien trophy for the first time in his basketball career.
With last night's victory, the Miami Heat have taken a dominant 3-1 lead in the series after defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder 104-98. James scored 26 points Wednesday night and has averaged just over 30 points in the NBA playoffs.
Game 4 of the NBA Finals 2012 takes place Tuesday night as Oklahoma City Thunder take on Miami Heat. The series has been a tight one till now with the Heat currently having the upper hand following their Game 3 win, and lead 2-1 in the series so far. Game 4 could be a pivotal game to see whether the Heat can continue building momentum and take control of the series with a 3-1 lead, or whether the Thunder can claw it back again and swing momentum in their favor to bring it back to 2-2.
The NBA finals 2012 is heating up, with the series tied at 1-1 after the opening two games. We now move to South Florida's American Airlines Arena for Game 3 Sunday night with everything still to play for in a very evenly balanced contest. Tip off for Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Miami Heat will be at 8 p.m. EST and can be watched on TV on ABC, or through online stream (details below).
Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Miami Heat on Tuesday evening in Game 1 of the NBA 2012 finals. The Thunder won by 105-94 to give them the advantage to go into the rest of the best if seven game series. Russell Westbrook was inspiring for the Thunder, as was Kevin Durant who scored an immense 36 points as well as making 8 rebounds and 4 assists. Durant was particularly sensational in the fourth quarter, and the Heat just had no answer to his devastating efficiency and power; scoring 17 points...