Miami Heat: The Connect Four Tour

July 29th, 2010 by Brandon Moor Leave a reply »
The third stop on The Connect Four Tour ventures to an area where the humidity is so potent that standing outside for a few seconds feels like standing in the middle of the Amazon Rainforest.

The Miami Heat sputtered under the radar in the 2009-2010 season finishing 47-35 in the regular season, seeding them fifth in the Eastern Conference playoffs, where the Boston Celtics were waiting.

Boston bounced the Heat from the first round. 

Enter the present time.

The only constant holding Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra’s group together was none other than the Flash, Dwyane Wade, but the front office held their breath in suspense, while Wade explored the options of the free agent market frenzy.

In the meantime, the LeBron James soap opera had been televised around the clock.

This was the most opportune time for the Heat and D-Wade to lure in two to three high profile free agents.

Wade’s travel dates to Chicago and New York generated massive uproar, amusing the minds of owners hopeful of winning the Dwyane Wade Sweepstakes.

Wade’s trip had nothing to do with shopping around ...

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