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Miami Heat Playoff Fire – Hotter than Hot

by on May 7, 2012 updated May 7, 2012

 

 

During the regular season, the Miami Heat were fighting to win the #1 seed in the Eastern Conference, but they fell just short and lost it to the Chicago Bulls.  It turns out that this was a better outcome for the Heat.  The Heat have been dominating the New York Knicks and will most likely sweep the series, taking the final game tonight in Madison Square Garden.   The Heat have been on fire throughout the playoffs.

Of course, Lebron James is leading the way, playing with tenacity and a burning passion to win the NBA Championship.  James is not only averaging about 28 points per game but is also dishing out 6 assists and 3 steals, all of which are team highs in the playoffs.  James is just one of those players that can entertain you even if you are cheering for the other team.  Because of his explosive playing and crazy scores, he is easily one of the top 3 best players in the NBA as of right now.

But Lebron isn’t the only Heat player who’s rising to the occasion.  Dwyane Wade, who is averaging 21 points per game, and Chris Bosh, who is averaging 1 block per game, have shown that they too have a presence in this series and most likely in the rest of the postseason.  The Big Three will probably be back in the NBA Championship this year seeing that the Bulls lost Rose for the rest of the playoffs and Joakim Noah is out for their game today.  It looks like the rest of the teams in the East are just tiny singes, but the Miami Heat are a giant fireball of awesome.

You can ignore most of the fire puns, but you can’t ignore the way that the Heat are playing.  They are playing hotter than anyone else, except for maybe the Spurs and Thunder.  Don’t miss out on the Big Three; get your tickets now at Frontrow.com.

 

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