- Numerous Miami Heat players react to making NBA Finals via social media
- Video: Heat fans seen going berserk in Miami after team advances to NBA Finals
- Video: Jimmy Butler discusses having to go through LeBron James-Led team to get to promised land
- Dwyane Wade goes after Paul Pierce after Miami Heat beat Boston Celtics: ‘You know where I live’
- Erik Spoelstra and Bam Adebayo speak out on facing LeBron James and Lakers in NBA Finals
- Video: Bam Adebayo destroys Daniel Theis with vicious poster dunk
- Dwyane Wade gives huge shout-out to LeBron James after making his 10th NBA Finals
- Report: Los Angeles Lakers want to face Miami Heat in NBA Finals
- Tom Thibodeau heaps praise on Pat Riley, looking to mimic Miami Heat culture with New York Knicks
- Report: Jimmy Butler didn’t like ‘lack of professionalism’ on Minnesota Timberwolves
Kendrick Perkins Sends Warning to Giannis Antetokounmpo About Miami Heat
- Updated: August 25, 2020
Former NBA center Kendrick Perkins took a shot at Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday.
Perkins reminded the Bucks that the Miami Heat, who swept the Indiana Pacers in their first-round series, will be ready for them in the second round.
Hey Giannis them Goons from Dade County going to be waiting on you second round. The Heat want all that smoke!
— Kendrick Perkins (@KendrickPerkins) August 25, 2020
Miami was simply dominant in its first-round series. The Heat won each game by at least nine points and wrapped up the series with a 99-87 victory on Monday night.
The No. 5 seed in the Eastern Conference, Miami will face the winner of the Bucks’ series against the Orlando Magic.
The Bucks shockingly dropped Game 1 to the Magic, but they have come back to win three straight for a 3-1 series lead.
Miami gave Milwaukee trouble during the regular season, winning two of the three matchups between the two teams.
Perkins clearly believes that Miami’s balanced attack is enough to compete with the top-seeded Bucks.
Throughout the NBA’s resumption in the Orlando, Fla. bubble, Miami has gotten contributions from just about everyone on the roster.
The Bucks and Magic will play on Tuesday at 4 p.m. EST.