- Jimmy Butler predicts why Miami Heat will succeed in playoffs: ‘We get there, us as a team, I’ll handle the rest’
- Erik Spoelstra says Bam Adebayo was ‘really angry’ Miami Heat kept him out of game vs. Houston Rockets
- Report: Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo available to play Wednesday vs. Spurs
- Stephen A. Smith and Spike Lee issue strong criticism regarding Dwyane Wade’s ownership stake in Utah Jazz
- Duncan Robinson’s humble reaction after passing Dwyane Wade in Miami Heat record books
- Report: Rockets player gets jumped at strip club, takes bottle to face in Miami day before taking on Heat
- Report: Miami Heat to be without Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebayo and Tyler Herro vs. Houston Rockets
- Report: Miami Heat have been ‘concerned now for months’ about Tyler Herro’s celebrity status
- Report: Miami Heat to be without Bam Adebayo and Tyler Herro vs. Houston Rockets
- Dwyane Wade says Zaire has activated ‘Wade hops’ after he jumps over grown man for impressive dunk
5 Things That Must Happen in Order for Miami Heat to Make 2019 Playoffs
- Updated: April 8, 2019
Although the Miami Heat have lost their last four games, they still have a shot at making the postseason.
However, it is going to take multiple scenarios going the Heat’s way for the storied franchise to play in another postseason.
Only way in:
— Heat win last two (76ers, Nets)
— Pistons lose last two (Grizzlies, Knicks)
— Hornets lose one of last two (Cavs, Magic)
— Because both Pistons and Hornets have tiebreaker over Heat by conference record (each season series ended 2-2). https://t.co/BxV1MZfcnk
— Ira Winderman (@IraHeatBeat) April 8, 2019
The Heat severely crippled their chances of making the playoffs after a crushing overtime loss to the Toronto Raptors on Sunday. While the team isn’t making any excuses, it was livid with some of the late game officiating in the competitive contest.
All of sudden, it looks like the upcoming week might be Heat fans’ last chance to see Heat legend Dwyane Wade play in the NBA. The shooting guard is in the final season of his prolific career.
While the All-Star hasn’t been able to will the team into the playoffs like he used to in his prime, he has had a phenomenal year. On the season, Wade is putting up 14.6 points, 4.1 assists and 3.9 rebounds per game.
Miami concludes the season with a home game against the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday and a road game against the Brooklyn Nets the following night.