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Miami Heat

  • Founded: 1988
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  • History: Miami Heat (1988-today)
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  • Team Colors: Rot, Yellow, Black
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  • Arena: American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida
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  • Championships: 3
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  • Head Coach: Erik Spoelstra
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  • Arrivals: -
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  • Departures: -
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  • Rookies: -
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  • Key Players: Goran Dragic, Dwyane Wade, Josh Richardson, Tyler Johnson
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  • Franchise GOAT: Dwyane Wade


Position Name Nummer Größe Gewicht Geburtsdatum School
Guard Dragic, Goran 7 1,91 m 86 kg 06.05.1986 Slovenia
Guard Ellington, Wayne 2 1,96 m 91 kg 29.11.1987 North Carolina
Guard Johnson, Tyler 8 1,93 m 86 kg 07.05.1992 Fresno State
Guard Newman, Malik 14 1,91 m 86 kg 21.02.1997 Kansas
Guard Richardson, Josh 0 1,98 m 91 kg 15.09.1993 Tennessee
Guard Wade, Dwyane 3 1,93 m 100 kg 17.01.1982 Marquette
Guard Waiters, Dion 11 1,93 m 98 kg 10.12.1991 Syracuse
Guard Weber, Briante 4 1,88 m 77 kg 29.12.1992 Virginia Commonwealth
Guard/Forward Jones, Derrick 5 2,01 m 91 kg 15.02.1997 UNLV
Guard/Forward McGruder, Rodney 17 1,93 m 91 kg 29.07.1991 Kansas State
Guard/Forward Robinson, Duncan 55 2,03 m 95 kg 22.04.1994 Michigan
Guard/Forward Winslow, Justise 20 2,01 m 102 kg 26.03.1996 Duke
Forward Haslem, Udonis 20 2,03 m 107 kg 09.06.1980 Florida
Forward Johnson, James 16 2,03 m 109 kg 20.02.1987 Wake Forest
Forward Lee, Marcus 24 2,08 m 102 kg 14.09.1994 California
Forward Maten, Yante 71 2,03 m 109 kg 14.08.1996 Georgia
Forward/Center Adebayo, Bam 13 2,08 m 116 kg 18.07.1997 Kentucky
Forward/Center Olynyk, Kelly 9 2,13 m 109 kg 19.04.1991 Gonzaga
Forward/Center Stokes, Jarnell 12 2,06 m 116 kg 07.01.1994 Tennessee
Center Whiteside, Hassan 21 2,13 m 120 kg 13.06.1989 Marshall

A quiet place

Not much has happened for the Heat this summer. Dwyane Wade and Wayne Ellington both extended their contracts. That's it. The team had zero flexibility under the salary cap after they secured the rights to James Johnson, Dion Waiters last year and Hassan Whiteside and Tyler Johnson the year before that.

Nevertheless, this inactivity does not automatically mean a step backwards. There are several reasons for Heat fans to be optimistic about the 2018-19 season.

For one thing, both James Johnson and Hassan Whiteside have recovered from their injuries, which have kept them from playing at their best last season. Also the Heat play in a conference that is wide open except for the first two or three spots. And Dwyane Wade will do his utmost to get the Miami Heat into the playoffs for the final time in his farewell season.

One last time


"This is it. I've given this game everything that I have, and I'm happy about that, and I'm going to give it for one last season, everything else I have left."

Chills. One of the greats is leaving the NBA after this season. Dwyane Wade. What the Bulls were for Michael Jordan and Larry Bird for the Celtics is Dwyane Wade for the Miami Heat. The figurehead of a whole franchise. Forever.

Miami's career leader in points, assists and steals will likely come off the bench in his final season, rarely exceeding the 30-minute mark. The 36-year-old point guard known as "Flash" has lost quite a bit of explosiveness and athleticism. Despite this, Wade's last year in Miami is more than just a symbol of loyalty and perseverance. The Heat are knocking on the East's playoff door and the experience of their GOAT could make the small difference between post-season and early holidays.


Dwyane Wade


Goran Dragic


Josh Richardson


Tyler Johnson


Hassan Whiteside


Justise Winslow


Although Miami has had to sit idly by during all trades and free agent signings this off-season, their chances for playoff participation look pretty good.

The team's young core of Josh Richardson, Tyler Johnson, Justise Winslow and the super athletic Bam Adebayo, all played a key role in this. If you exclude Wade, the Heat are a young, athletic team, whose front office prepared the rebuild after the retirement of their GOAT years ago.

Of course that's not enough to reach the Conference Finals, let alone win a championship. But the core of the team is young, talented and hungry and will be back in the East in the not too distant future. Not yet this season though.

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