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Heat 2022-23 Season in Review

The Miami Heat stood in the middle of the pack when it came to the Eastern Conference standings. With a 44-38 record overall, they slid into the NBA Playoffs as the lowest seed. Still, the team had a not-so-secret weapon at playoff time. That weapon would be Jimmy Butler. The former Marquette Golden Eagle took over the Eastern Conference playoffs beginning with the series against Milwaukee. The Milwaukee Bucks were the number one seed in the Eastern Conference, but they couldn't handle Butler's level of play. He scored 71 points in the five-game series against Milwaukee. Against Boston, he scored 60 points with 43 assists. He went cold against Denver, scoring just 38 total points and 32 assists. 

Overall, the Heat won the first round in five games. They defeated the Knicks in six games. Their toughest series was against the Celtics, going all the way to game seven. In the NBA Finals, the Heat went cold and lost the series in five games. 

Other notable stats in 2022-23 include sixth-best in the league in steals, second-best in free throw percentage, and tenth place in the league for three-point scoring. It seems that the Miami Heat got very hot at just the right moment. They came up one series short of being champions.  

Miami Heat in 2022 Playoffs

The 2021-22 season for the Miami Heat was a huge success. They came up one game short of playing in the NBA Championship and played tough against the Boston Celtics. The team glided to the semi-finals after taking care of business against the 76ers and Atlanta Hawks. Their overall record of 53-29 earned them the top spot in the Eastern Conference, where just two losses separated four outstanding teams that all made the playoffs. 

In the draft, the team picked up Nikola Jovic, Marcus Garrett, Darius Days, Jamaree Bouyea, and Jamal Cain. Jovic was picked 27th overall, from Serbia. He'll fit right in at small forward. P.J. Tucker parted ways with the Heat, along with Mychal Mulder and Javonte Smart (both waived.) 

The Heat settled their contracts with Dewayne Dedmon, Caleb Martin, and Victor Oladipo, shelling out a total of 47.6 million dollars in total, covering all three contracts. Losing P.J. Tucker will put the Heat in scramble mode, seeing that he was a key player in 2021-22.   

Miami Heat 2018-19 Season In Review

The Miami Heat seems to be stuck in the middle of the NBA- not good enough to contend for a championship, but not low enough in the final standings to get a high draft choice. The Heat finished the 2018-2019 four games below .500.

The primary objective of the Heat this offseason was to improve their perimeter scoring. The first step of that effort was to send their first-round draft choice, 13th overall, to Kentucky freshman shooting guard Tyler Herro. The second step to that was one of the biggest headline-making moves of the offseason, a four-team trade between the Heat, Philadelphia 76ers, Los Angeles Clippers, and Portland Trail Blazers. In the trade, the Heat received Power Forward Meyers Leonard from the Trail Blazers and shooting guard Jimmy Butler from the 76ers. The Heat gave up Hassan Whiteside and Josh Richardson as part of the deal. After the trade, Butler signed a four-year, 142-million-dollar contract extension with the Heat. Butler and Herro will join the likes of shooting guard Deion Waiters, small forward Justice Winslow, and power forward Kelly Olynyk in Miami.

The Heat have a star player now that is surrounded by a good supporting cast.

Heat 2015-16 Season History

The Miami Heat had a very good 2015-2016 season. They finished the season with a record of 48-34, tied with three other teams. Due to tie breakers, the Heat ended up as the third seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs. In round one, the Heat took on the sixth seed, Charlotte Hornets, defeating them in seven games. They advanced to round two, where they took on the Toronto Raptors, who defeated them in seven games. The off-season went about as bad as it could go for the Heat. Dwayne Wade left town, signing with the Chicago Bulls. Chris Bosh found that due to his heart condition, he would never be cleared to play again, although he is determined to. Entering this season, the Heat had very low expectations, and they currently stand with a record of 10-22, good for the third-worst record in the Eastern Conference so far. The team has some decent young role players, but they are missing a star. That is currently where this roster rebuilding effort stands.

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