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History of Miami Heat
The Miami Heat is a professional American Basketball team based in Miami, Florida. The Miami Heat was founded in the year 1988 and had its inaugural season in the year 1988-1989.
The Miami Heat came into the NBA in the year 1988 with an array of ambitious young players. Some of the players that had the privilege of appearing in the inaugural roster of the team are Rony Seikaly, Kelvin Edwards, Sylvester Gray and Grant Long. The Miami Heat also acquired several players with previous NBA Experience. Among them are Rory Sparrow, Pat Cummings, Jon Sundvold, Scott Hastings and Billy Thompson. In the inaugural 1988-1989 season, the team played in the Western Conference but moved to the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference in the 1989-1990 Season. In the 1991-1992 season the team hired Kevin Loughery who had a combined 29 years experience both as a NBA Player and a Coach. Kevin Loughery was appointed to the position of Head Coach. In the same season the Miami Heat brought in new players like Steve Smith and that season the Miami Heat were able to finish fourth place in the Atlantic Division. In the 1992-1993 Season, the Miami Heat continued to grow in Player strength with the inclusion of players like Harold Miner.
In the year 1995, Micky Arison, acquired the Miami Heat. As the new Managing General Partner, Micky Arison appointed Dave Wohl as General Manager and appointed Alvin Gentry as Interim Head Coach.During this Interim period, Alvin Gentry led the team to a record victory when the Miami Heat beat Los Angeles Clippers 126-83. Micky Arison continued to work hard to model the team into a Championship contending team. In the 1996-1997 Season, the team became the league's most improved team. They won their first ever Division title and got to the finals of the Eastern Conference the same season. On the 27th day of January, 1998, the ground breaking ceremony of the American Airlines Arena was held. The American Airlines Arena will become the new home of the team. The Miami Heat had another great season in the 1997-1998 Season. In the year 1999, Alonzo Mourning of the Miami Heat won the Most Defensive Player of the Year.
The Miami Heat continued to perform brilliantly during this period with Alonzo Mourning continuing his impressive performance for the team. During this period, the team also found remarkable success in players like Grant, Jones and Mason.
In the 2003-2004 Season, longtime Assistant Coach Stan Van Gundy stepped up to the position of the Head Coach, The Miami Heat newcomers, Lamar Odom and Dwyane Wade brought energy to the team while previous team Players revived their Careers. The Miami Heat had a promising 2003-2004 Season which inspired them to aspire for Championship Glory. In the 2004-2005 Season, the Miami Heat acquired super star player Shaquille O'Neal. Wade and O'Neal combined successfully as a pair bringing incredible success to the team. In this season, the team achieved their third best record in franchise history advancing into the Eastern Conference Finals in the process. In the following 2005-2006 Season, Wade and O'Neal guided the team to their first Championship title.
The Miami Heat continued to be relevant in the Division during this period acquiring several players like Jamario Moon and Rafer Alston. During this period, Dwyane Wade got to the peak of his career becoming the first Franchise Player to average 30.2 points per game.
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The Miami Heat performed excellently in the 2010-2011 season reaching as far as the Conference Finals. In the 2011-2012 Season, the team was remarkable, bagging their second Championship title in the process. The Miami Heat up till today has remained one of the biggest names in the NBA.
The Miami Heat is based in the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida. The Team colors are Red, Yellow, Black and White. The present head coach is Erik Spoelstra and the team is currently owned by Micky Arison. The Team has won three Championship titles, five conference titles and eleven division titles.