Christopher Wesson Bosh (* März in Dallas, Texas), besser bekannt als Chris Bosh, ist ein US-amerikanischer Basketballspieler. Seit spielte er in der US-Profiliga NBA, wobei er zunächst für das kanadische Team Toronto Raptors spielte, bis er sich den Miami Heat. Teamgeschichte[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]. Die Miami Heat sind ein NBA Team aus Florida, das im Jahr gegründet wurde. Insbesondere durch durch die Verpflichtung von LeBron James in den.
Mavericks' team owner Mark Cuban felt Wade had therefore committed a backcourt violation after receiving the ball.
Dallas was then penalized with a controversial foul call that sent Wade to the line to shoot the go-ahead free throws with 1.
Wade hit the first free throw, and Dallas Mavericks coach Avery Johnson signaled to his team to call a timeout after Wade's second attempt.
Josh Howard then made a timeout gesture with his hands and began to walk off the floor, and the referees called the Mavericks' last remaining timeout, which prevented them from advancing the ball after the second attempt if Wade converted.
After the timeout, Wade made the second free throw to give his team a one-point lead, after which Devin Harris missed a Hail Mary half-court shot as time expired.
Wade finished the game with 43 points while setting an NBA Finals record for most made free throws in a game with Miami converted 32 of its 49 attempts from the free throw line.
Jason Terry led Dallas with 35 points in a losing effort, while Howard added Behind Dwyane Wade's 36 points, Miami edged Dallas to win their first championship in franchise history as Jason Terry missed a critical 3-pointer that would've sent the game to overtime.
The Mavericks would post the league's best record with 67 victories in the —07 NBA season but were ousted by the eight-seeded Golden State Warriors in a six-game first round of the NBA Playoffs.
The Mavs' playoff defeat marked the first time a top seed was eliminated in a seven-game first round series since it was implemented in After another two early playoff exits, the Mavericks won 57 games in the —11 season and returned to the Finals.
The Heat would lose convincingly by 42 points to the Chicago Bulls in the opening night of the —07 season, the worst opening-day margin of defeat for a defending champion in NBA history.
Injuries would keep the team from surpassing or even equaling last season's total, yet they still won the Southeast Division despite winning only 44 games.
The Bulls would oust them in a four-game sweep in the first round of the playoffs, the first such occurrence since The following year, Miami completed its two-year turnaround from NBA champion to the NBA's worst team by winning only 15 games, equaling the mark set by the team in their inaugural season , which saw Shaquille O'Neal traded to the Phoenix Suns in mid-season and Dwyane Wade missing 31 games.
The Heat gradually climbed back to contention in the Erik Spoelstra era, culminating in the much-publicized free-agent acquisitions of LeBron James and Chris Bosh.
The Heat won 58 games in the —11 season , and along with the Mavericks, returned to the Finals in The NBA Finals , which was a rematch of , saw the Mavericks win in six games after trailing in the Finals.
It was the Mavericks' first NBA championship, as well as both teams' second appearances in the Finals.
Like the Heat in , the Mavericks experienced a post-championship letdown, getting swept by the Oklahoma City Thunder in the opening round of the NBA Playoffs , and then missed the postseason entirely in The Miami Heat would go on to win a second championship in against the Thunder in 5 games and a third championship in against the San Antonio Spurs in 7 games before falling in against the same Spurs team in 5 games.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Rush Hall of Famers Heat: Pat Riley Officials: American Airlines Arena , Miami. American Airlines Center , Dallas.
Archived from the original on Finals MVP leads Heat to first title in team history". Retrieved June 10, Miami Heat —06 NBA champions.
Anderson 51 Doleac 55 Williams. Founded in Based in Miami, Florida. Miami Arena American Airlines Arena. Chicago Bulls New York Knicks.
Founded in Based in Dallas, Texas. Chicago Cleveland Detroit Indiana Milwaukee. Atlanta Charlotte Miami Orlando Washington.
Denver Minnesota Portland Seattle Utah. Music "I think we see Willis coming out! Despite taking a 3—2 lead, Miami lost Wade to injury for Game 6.
The Heat would go on to lose Game 7 at home despite Wade's return. The Heat made it to the Conference Finals in and in a re-match, defeated the Pistons, winning the series 4—2.
The Heat then won the next four games, capturing its first ever championship. Wade won the Finals MVP award. The Heat experienced four-years of post-title struggles from through , including a 4—0 sweep by the Chicago Bulls in the 1st round of the NBA Playoffs.
In the —08 season, Wade was plagued by injuries and the Heat had a league worst 15—67 record. O'Neal was traded to Phoenix midway through the season.
Riley resigned as head coach following the season but retained his position as team president. Long time assistant Erik Spoelstra was promoted to head coach.
A healthy Wade led the Heat to 43 wins in and 47 wins , making the playoffs both seasons, though they lost in the first round, 4—3 in and 4—1 in However, the Heat got off to a 9—8 start.
After a "players only" meeting, the team improved. The Heat finished with a 58—24 record and the 2nd seed.
After taking a 2—1 series lead, the Heat lost the final three games to the Mavericks. In the shortened —12 season , the Heat started 27—7.
However they would struggle for the second half of the season, going 19— Entering the first round, they took a 3—0 lead against the New York Knicks but like their previous series with the Sixers, were not able to close them out in Game 4.
After losing Game 2 at home and Game 3 at Indiana, many criticized Dwyane Wade 's lackluster performance in Game 3, bringing attention to the fact that he got into a verbal argument with Spoelstra.
However, with Wade visiting his former college coach, the team defeated the Pacers in the next three games, to close out the Pacers.
They met the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals , taking the first two games before losing the next three, including one home loss where Bosh returned from injury.
On June 7 they won on the road at Boston beating the Celtics 98—79 to tie the series 3—3; James had 45 points and 15 rebounds.
The deciding Game 7 was at Miami. The Celtics largely dominated during the first half. The second half saw several lead changes. In the much anticipated match-up with the Oklahoma City Thunder , the Heat split the first two games, winning Game 2 on the road, before sweeping the next three at home.
On July 11, , the Heat officially signed veterans Ray Allen to a three-year contract and Rashard Lewis to a two-year contract.
The Heat would go on a game winning streak between February 3, and March 27,  Defeating Orlando in the season finale set the franchise record for 66 wins in a season.
By the end of the season, the Heat won 18 of its 19 road games, the best streak on the road to end a season in NBA history. The Heat went 17—1 in March, becoming the first team to win 17 games in a single calendar month.
The Heat ended with a franchise-best and league-best 66—16 record to take the 1st seed in the NBA Playoffs. They swept the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round and defeated Chicago in five games before winning against the Indiana Pacers in Game 7.
Miami lost Game 1 of the Finals on their home floor in a close game that was decided by a last minute buzzer beater by Tony Parker. The Heat went on to win Game 2 with a 33—5 run in the second half.
The two teams continued to trade wins leading up to Game 6 where the Spurs, up 10 heading in the 4th quarter, were in position to close out the series and win the championship.
James went on to score 16 points in the period, outscoring the entire Spurs team by himself at one point.
The Heat went on to defeat the Spurs 95—88 in Game 7 behind a point and 12 rebound performance from James and a point and 10 rebound effort from Wade.
Shane Battier also scored 18 points behind 6—8 shooting from 3, after having a shooting slump during the postseason up to that point.
The Heat captured the NBA title for a second year in a row, becoming the first team in the Eastern Conference to repeat as league champions since the late s Chicago Bulls.
Miami struggled throughout the —14 season with extended absences of Dwyane Wade, who only played 54 games to injury and ended on a 11—14 record entering the playoffs.
They entered the playoffs as the Eastern Conference 2nd seed with a record of 54—28 team, and with the "Big 3" healthy. They went 12—3 in the first 3 rounds.
They swept the Charlotte Bobcats. They then beat the Brooklyn Nets 4—1. They went on to play the 1st seeded 56—26 Pacers in the Conference Finals, in a rematch of the previous year's Conference Finals.
The Pacers were eliminated from the playoffs for a third consecutive year by the Heat. The Heat went to a fourth consecutive Finals , and faced the Spurs again.
The first two games in San Antonio were split but the Heat fell to the Spurs 4—1, failing to repeat as champions for the third consecutive season.
Like the Cavaliers in the off-season, the Heat focused on how it would maintain itself without LeBron. They failed to make the playoffs after being Eastern Conference champions four straight years.
It was the second time in Wade's career they did not qualify for the postseason. Miami had qualified for the playoffs for six consecutive seasons.
During the —16 season, the Heat compiled a 48—34 regular season record; however, their season was ended at the hands of the Toronto Raptors in the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals of the Playoffs.
The free-agency was marked with relationship issues and disagreements between Dwyane Wade and Heat president Pat Riley , mostly focusing on how much Wade would get paid.
In September , Bosh suffered numerous setbacks and failed his physical exam with the Heat and was not cleared by the team to participate in training camp.
Unveiled prior to the —89 season , the original Miami Heat uniforms consist of simple striping, exclusive only on the right side of the jersey and shorts.
The home uniforms were white with lettering in red, black and orange trim, while the away uniforms were black with red, white and orange trim; the numbers were white with red, black and orange trim, using the same font as the classic Los Angeles Lakers jerseys.
The original 'flaming ball' logo is on the left leg of the shorts while the word 'Miami' is on the right leg. In the —96 season the Heat introduced a red alternate uniform with lettering and numbers in black, white and orange trim.
The original set lasted until the —99 season. The original white and red uniforms were reintroduced as throwback uniforms during the Heat's 20th and 25th anniversary seasons, respectively, while the original black uniforms were used as throwbacks in the —14 season.
The classic white uniforms were used again for the —16 season. As part of Nike 's uniform contract with the NBA, the so-called "Classic" edition was introduced and featured modernized throwback uniform designs from past years.
During the —18 season , the Heat were one of eight teams who participated in this line and wore their black —99 uniforms, updated to the current Nike uniform cut.
The current Heat uniforms have been in use since the — season. These uniforms, though similar, have marked differences such as striping on both sides, change from orange to yellow trim, updated lettering and block numbers, and a modified 'flaming ball' logo on the right leg.
The black away uniform numbers are now consistent with the lettering colors white with red trim. The alternate red uniform was introduced during the —02 season , and features the city name and numbers in white with black trim.
With subtle changes like the "Miami" wordmark on the black uniforms and addition of the "MH" alternate logo on the shorts, these uniforms remain in use with the Heat today.
Following the switch to Nike as the uniform provider in the —18 season, the Heat's current uniforms now fall under three categories. The white uniforms are part of the "Association" line, the black uniforms are on the "Icon" line and the red uniforms are assigned to the "Statement" line.
All three uniforms are now used regardless of home or away games. From —14, the Heat wore a modified version of their black uniforms, featuring the wordmark "El Heat"; a sleeved version was used in For the season , the Heat wore their white uniforms with the "El Heat" wordmark, followed by the Noche Latina version of their red alternates in the season.
The Heat wore a variation of their current home uniforms on the opening night of the —13 season , with gold accents and a patch of the Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy on the right chest.
They used another variation on opening night of the —14 season , this time with gold lettering. During the —14 season, the Heat wore a variation of their current home uniforms, but with the player's names at the back replaced by their nicknames e.
They wore the uniforms for select home games that season. From —14, the Heat wore special monochrome uniforms: In , a variation of their all-black uniforms, featuring drop shadows, centered numbers and heavy striping inspired from a tuxedo , was used, followed by a similarly-designed white uniform in the —17 season.
The —16 season saw the unveiling of two special uniforms. One featured a blend of modern and classic styles Heat Legacy , while the other is a military-inspired uniform Home Strong.
The Heat also participated in the Christmas Day games wearing special uniforms. In , they wore monochrome red uniforms known as "Big Color.
In , the Heat wore a variation of their home uniform, featuring their primary logo and centered numbers in front, and black nameplates with the player's first name below the number at the back.
The Heat have also honored the ABA 's Miami Floridians by donning throwback uniforms; first the road jerseys in the —06 season , then the home jerseys in the —12 season.
In the —18 season, the Heat wore special "City" uniforms named as such by Nike to commemorate local cultures and team traditions that paid homage to the hit s TV series Miami Vice.
The uniforms were white with pink, light blue and black trim and featured the "Miami" wordmark inspired from the logo of the Miami Arena.
For the —19 season, the Heat will wear black versions of the Miami Vice uniforms. The rivalry between the New York Knicks and the expansion Miami Heat was a result of their four consecutive playoff series from to Each series went seven games.
The rivalry's central figure was Pat Riley , the head coach of both teams the early s for the Knicks and the late s for the Heat. Jeff Van Gundy took over Riley's stint as head coach of the Knicks, while his elder brother Stan Van Gundy was simultaneously an assistant coach for the Heat.
Patrick Ewing and Alonzo Mourning, friends from their Georgetown college basketball period. Larry Johnson, one of the Knicks, held bad blood with Mourning as far back as their days in the Charlotte Hornets.
The rivalry with the Chicago Bulls began once the Miami Heat became contenders during the s, a decade dominated by the Bulls and Michael Jordan.
During that period, the Heat were eliminated three times by the Bulls, who would go on to win the NBA championship each time.
After Jordan retired and the Heat's fall in the early s, the rivalry cooled but slightly picked up when the Heat faced them in the first round of the NBA playoffs, which ended in a 4—2 Heat series victory and went on to win the NBA Finals, the Bulls would sweep the defending champion Heat in the first round the next season.
The rivalry has intensified with the resurgence of the Bulls, and the emergence of Derrick Rose and the Heat re-signing Dwyane Wade who turned down a chance of joining his hometown Bulls with newly acquired superstars in Chris Bosh and LeBron James who spurned a chance of teaming up with Rose in Chicago.
The revived rivalry has been very physical, involving rough plays and hard fouls between players. Both teams met in the Eastern Conference Finals , with the Heat winning in five games.
The Bulls ended the Heat's record-setting 27 game win streak on March 27, , with a —97 victory at the United Center in Chicago. The Bulls ended another Miami Heat winning streak by beating the Heat 93—87 in game 1.
The Heat came back in game 2 and set a record for the largest margin of victory in franchise playoff history with a —78 win.
The Bulls also set a record for the worst playoff defeat in franchise history. The 51 personal fouls were the most in a playoff game since Norris Cole had his jersey ripped by Taj Gibson while driving to the basket for a layup.
Noah received a technical foul for shoving Chris Andersen after he fell on Nate Robinson. Chalmers received a flagrant foul for ringing his arm around Noah's neck.
To help make this website better, to improve and personalize your experience and for advertising purposes, are you happy to accept cookies and other technologies?