Miami Heat is getting back in shape with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh coming back to play for the team. The two players had been out most of last season and are now back for the team after full recovery. While the rumor mill is hot about Mario Chalmers trade, the team is likely not going to succeed at trading either Chalmers or Chris Anderson before the beginning of the season. They are more or less struck with the two players.
Even though Miami Heat took a beating last season with both their center and shooting guard down and out with injuries, it has always been the team to bounce back and things are looking better for the team after Wade and Bosh are healthy and raring to go for the new season.
Readers will remember that Dwyane Wade had knee issues last season and Chris Bosh had a blood clot on his lung that made him stay out of the game. Head Coach Erik Spoelstra confirmed that the two players were cleared by physicians to play again.
The team has also picked up new talent this off season by picking the free agents Amar’e Stoudemire and Gerald Green and Justise Winslow, as a draft pick this year. Looking at the way the team is gearing up, the team might have a genuine shot at the Eastern Conference the next season.
Miami Heat had really taken a beating last season when it even failed to make the playoffs. The four time Eastern Conference champion had registered the tenth worst performance record in history in 2014. Here’s hoping that the team does better this preseason. And the fans will be looking for that kind of comeback too.
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