Rating of the very best Miami Warmth gamers from 2000 to 2009
Since its inception in 1988, the Miami Heat has a long history that includes some of the biggest names ever played. It’s time to look back on the days that made South Beach a prime destination for basketball players and fans alike.
The Miami Heat are one of the National Basketball Association’s best-known franchises. A young organization with a rich history, many Hall of Famers, and global icons donned black and red.
From Tim Hardaway and Alonzo Mourning to the trio of Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and LeBron James, some of the best players to ever grace the hardwood have done ventures in South Florida.
Pat Riley has always had a knack for attracting high-profile talent, be it through draft, trade or free agency.
While I doubt he’ll throw a bag full of championship rings on a table again, his words and presentations have been true of most of the people who graced the dining chair in his office.
When James and Bosh decided to leave their respective teams to join the Heat in 2010, it was the lure of potential rings and trophies that drove them.
For the Hassan Whiteside center, it was the idea of financial security and of course the prestigious Miami lifestyle.
Whatever their reasoning, South Beach is a very attractive travel destination for people of all kinds.
After all, there is no state income tax, the temperature rarely drops below 60 degrees and the sparkling waters of Biscayne Bay are a sight to behold.
The nightlife isn’t too shabby either.
From ten to one, it’s time for the countdown.