Will the Miami Heat Reconquer the NBA title?
By Space Coast Daily // January 18, 2022
Before 2006 The Heats had never won an NBA championship. Within seven years they had won it three times, owing the last back-to-back championships in 2012 and 2013 to one of the all-time greats Lebron James. Will the Miami Heat reconquer the NBA title this year?
Since 2013, the Heats have won several division titles and a couple of conference titles, failing to climb the last few steps. This year it looks like another division title is going to Miami, but how are their odds of becoming a four-time winner of the Larry O’Brien Trophy?
The team is not one of the largest favorites for the title at the moment. The Brooklyn Nets are the clear favorite, even though they have never won a championship. Miami Heat on the other hand is ranked as the team with the sixth lowest odds.
This means that most betting agents think that the team will at least go all the way to the conference semifinals. If you are yet to be familiar with how you find the best odds and what to look for, you can learn how to bet at Bet Florida. The page gives you an extensive insight in the business, and how to get started betting on the Miami Heats or any other sports team.
A known soccer phrase is that “you can’t win anything with kids” and it could seem as like the coaches at FTX Arena know that one too. Before the start of the season, it was only the 41-year-old veteran Udonis Haslem who had won a championship in the entire roster. That was in 2006, 2012 and 2013 when the Heat won.
With the addition of Kyle Lowry, P.J. Tucker and Markieff Morris changed this season. The championship experience that these players have, might just be the thing that the team needs when entering those game-deciding moments.
When looking at this season’s statistics it is clear to see that one of the many strengths of the Miami Heat roster is their shooting abilities. The team is ranked as the team with sixth most three pointers so far this season at 13.6 made per game.
When we only look at the last three games, they are the best team ragging up 19.3 three pointers made per game. With powerhouses like Duncan Robinson, Tyler Herro and Max Strus in the team, oppositions should not put a foot wrong, or it will end up with the ball being hovered into the hoop. If you want to look even further into the Miami Heat season statistics, you can do it at espn.com.
What can be an important factor this season in order to reach the late stages of the NBA playoff may be the depth of the roster. With another season that is being marred by players getting infected with Covid-19, as it is not required by the NBA, it is important to have high-quality backup players.
The team has done tremendously good without one of their star players Victor Oladipo because they have so many good players, who can fill in. With Oladipo set for return, the team will get an addition to the squad that can be championship-deciding.