Miami Heat & New Jersey Nets

The Miami Heat is a professional basketball team based in Miami, Florida, United States. The New Jersey Nets are a professional basketball team based in Newark, New Jersey. 5.0/5

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It seems that the Miami Heat is the only team that isn’t experiencing any trouble this Playoffs. During a blow-out win against the New Jersey Nets in the opening game of their Conference Semi-Final series, Lebron James unveiled a clean White/Red PE of the Nike LeBron 11 Elite. We’ve yet to see an all-white upper [&hellip
and in other NBA news, the Miami Heat lost to the Brooklyn (nee New Jersey) Nets
"Maybe one, maybe two, maybe three'' concerts, he said at a news conference Monday across the street from the construction site. The hip-hop mogul paused then added, "I sound like LeBron.'' James made a proclamation he may later rue when the Miami Heat's Big Three were introduced in 2010, saying of the championships they would win: "Not two, not three, not four, not five, not six, not seven.'' The Nets' owners believe their arrival at Brooklyn's Barclays Center will help vault the team into title contention with James' Heat and other elite franchises. The club is scheduled to move from New Jersey for the 2012-13 season. And it will be officially called the Brooklyn Nets, Jay-Z said. Dates for his concerts have not been set. But he promised: "Definitely more than one.'' ~~~ yow eto pla yun~~~
it seems that in the nba the trend is starting to take place where theres 3 mega superstars on one team. we see it with the Miami Heat and now theres a possibility its going to happen to the New Jersey Nets. the number 3 has a deep spiritual significance.
Erik Spoelstra (/ˈspoʊlstrə/ spohl-strə; born November 1, 1970) is an American professional basketball coach and the current head coach of the National Basketball Association's Miami Heat. A Filipino-American through his mother's side, he is the first Asian-American head coach in the history of the four major American sports leagues. From 2001 to 2008, he served as assistant coach/director of scouting for the team. He has coached the Heat to 194 regular season wins and four playoff appearances, including trips to the 2011 NBA Finals and 2012 NBA Finals, in his first four seasons. On June 22, 2012 Spoelstra became the first Asian-American head coach to win an NBA championship. He is the son of Dutch-Irish-American Jon Spoelstra, who was an NBA executive for the Portland Trail Blazers, Denver Nuggets, Buffalo Braves and New Jersey Nets, and the grandson of the late Watson Spoelstra, a sportswriter in the Detroit area. His mother, Elisa Celino, is from San Pablo, Laguna in the Philippines.
Back in 1999, I watched an NBA game on TV. It was the Denver Nuggets vs. the Miami Heat. During that game I watched the theatrics of Alonzo Mourning, Tim Hardaway, Voshon Leonard, P.J. Brown, and Jamal Mashburn. Michael Jordan had recently retired, and I was looking for a new team to root for. It was love at first sight. In the playoffs that same year, Miami (the seed in the East) lost to the New York Knicks in one of the biggest upsets in NBA History. In the following years Alonzo Mourning would win multiple Defensive Player of the Year Awards, endearing the Miami Heat more and more to my heart. By 2002, the Heat were on a downswing and Heat players were getting older. Eventually, Miami traded Mourning to the New Jersey Nets, and Miami had the worst record in the Southeast. Even though we drafted Dwyane Wade in 2003, it was still tough to be a Heat fan. And for the 2003-04 season I turned my back on my team and rooted for the Los Angeles Lakers. But, in 2005, Miami traded for Shaquille O'Neal, ...
Why wouldn't the Miami Heat trade Dwyane Wade to New Jersey for Deron Williams? Both teams win BIG. Nets get their star, Heat get their PG
New Jersey Nets all the way...Miami Heat when they not playing
Lebron James of the Miami Heat dunks in the first quarter against the New Jersey Nets at Prudential Center on April 16, 2012 in Newark, New Jersey. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and condition...
Lebron James led all scorers with 37 points, including the HEAT's last 17 points, as the Miami HEAT defeated the New Jersey Nets 101-98. Chris Bosh had 22 points and 15 rebounds. James gave the HEAT their first lead of the game on a layup with 51 seconds left in the game .
NBA Basketball Recap: Final statistics from the Miami Heat vs. New Jersey Nets game played on April 16, 2012
I'm sorry Miami Heat but if u have to "rally" past a Deron Williams-less New Jersey Nets then good luck in playoffs!!!
Heat’s Wade, Nets’ Williams out Monday: Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat and New Jersey Nets point guard Deron Will...
Miami Heat 29-34 New Jersey Nets .. 2nd Quarter .. The rapper Jay-Z is watching the game in first line.
Taking my hubby to the New Jersey Nets vs. Miami Heat basketball game! Let's go Miami!
Dwyane Wade sets up new Miami Heat team-mate Lebron James with the sick alley-oop dunk vs the New Jersey Nets. Courtesy of:
The Portland Trial Blazers!!! win 101 to 88 vs the New Jersey Nets Oh Yeah!!! and the Miami Heat!!! won 98 to 93 over the Oklahoma City Thunder
Reigning champion James Jones of the Miami Heat will defend his title in this year’s Foot Locker Three-Point Contest, which will be held on Saturday, Feb. 25, at Amway Center in Orlando as part of NBA All-Star Saturday Night. Rounding out the field are All-Stars Joe Johnson of the Atlanta Hawks and Kevin Love of the Minnesota Timberwolves, Ryan Anderson of the hometown Orlando Magic, Anthony Morrow of the New Jersey Nets, and Mario Chalmers of the Heat.
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