Stationed in Miami, Florida, USA, this team is an American professional basketball team. They play their home games at American Airlines Arena and have won 3 NBA championships. The team has participated in the National Basketball Association as a division of the league's Eastern Conference Southeast Division.
The basketball team began to play in the 1988-1989 NBA series as an expansion team. After a season of mediocrity, the team had obtained significance during the 1990s following the placement of former head coach Pat Riley as team president.
Riley assembled the high-profile contracts of Alonzo Mourning and Tim Hardaway, which rapidly launched the team into playoff competition. The two players ultimately motivated their whole team to 4-division titles before they left in 2001 and 2002.
The Miami team bounced back in the playoffs after drafting guard Dwayne Wade in 2003. The team achieved a division title and 59 matches in the regular season of 2004-2005 and eliminated the Washington Wizards and New Jersey Nets, after acquiring Shaquille O’Neal in that same year.
As Riley returned as a lead coach 22 games into the season of 2005-2006, the team won against the Pistons in a gathering’s finals rematch before eliminating the Dallas Mavericks in six matches. These game wins made the way to achieve the Heat's first NBA championship title.
Rising basketball star Dwayne Wade drove the Miami team to various winning seasons starting in 2006. However, the team didn't progress past the first round of the opening games in any of those seasons.
The team’s “Big Three”, namely Lebron James, Dwayne Wade, and Chris Bosh, became the team’s lucky charm as they got back-to-back championship titles in the season of 2011-12 and 2012-13. This brought the whole team to be a star-studded Heat gaining a lot of media attention.
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