Miami Heat players LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh watched intently as game seven between the Toronto Raptors and the Brooklyn Nets came down to a few seconds and a judgment call to take a two-pointer versus a three-pointer shot that could have made the difference for the Raptors. The Nets scrambled with determined defense that kept the Raptors down by one point with six seconds and the ball. The Nets adamantly refused to let that shot happen.
Brooklyn Nets advance and bring more New Yorkers to Wade County for game-one of the second round of the NBA Playoffs 2014. The Nets will take on the Miami Heat, Tuesday at the American Airlines Arena in Miami.
Sparks will fly for this take-off. Miami Heat three-point sharp shooter Ray Allen goes up against his former trio Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce who both defected from the Boston Celtics to the Brooklyn Nets. Rashard Lewis who also came from the Boston Celtics will slug it out with his former team mates.
Miami is a town with just one season, Hot Heat! The Brooklyn Nets will bring some season. The Net’s starting line up Joe Johnson, Alan Anderson, Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnet and Deron Williams have a total of 57 years of experience in the NBA.
The Miami Heat brings a dynamic team of rising stars with passion that helps to fuse LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh into a combustible flying trapeze trio.
Let’s Go Heat! Widen your peripheral vision and enhance your force field against the Brooklyn Nets – roll down the court like a ball of fire. Ray Allen maintain your poise and calmly shoot your shot. The game comes down to a few seconds and the difference between a three and a two. Rashard, where is that attitude that catapulted you to the top of your game. “I’m worth it.” Contribute your experience with your former teammates.
Photo Credits: This mural of the Miami Heat team, located on Northeast 29th Street between Miami Avenue and Northeast 1st Avenue, was executed by local muralist Serge Toussaint.