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Miami Heat Fun Fact & Trivia Infographic!

Filed under: Sports Graphics — by Mark on May 30, 2014


Miami Heat Fun Fact Graphic!

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LeBron James Fun Fact Graphic

Filed under: Sports Graphics — by Mark on January 8, 2014

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5 Great LeBron James Animated GIFs

Filed under: Animated Gifs — by Mark on October 9, 2013

1. Teamwork

All the right elements of a team on display right there.

2.  Putting it down!

LeBron James with the dunk.

3.  Full court pass

Dwyane Wade makes the full court pass to LeBron James

4.  I don’t think so!

LeBron James prevents a score

5.  Nice pass!

LeBron James puts a football right through the basket!


6.  A Bonus!

LeBron James and the Miami Heat do the Harlem Shake





Five Fun Facts About Basketball’s Pat Riley

Filed under: 5 Fun Facts — by Mark on August 12, 2013

Pat Riley has really left his mark on the NBA. He came out of the University of Kentucky and put together a nine year NBA career as a player. He moved right into coaching, first as an assistant with and then as head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers. He would later serve as the head coach of the New York Knicks as well as the Miami Heat. He has also been a front office force in Miami too. Here are five fun facts about Pat Riley.

Four Team Career

Pat Riley got his start in the NBA playing for the San Diego Rockets in their first season in 1967-68. After three seasons there, and just one season before the team relocated to Houston, he would move on to a new team. On May 11, 1970, the expansion Portland Trail Blazers selected Pat Riley from the Rockets in the 1970 NBA Expansion Draft. Five months later, before ever stepping on the court for Portland, Riley’s contract would be sold to the Los Angeles Lakers. After four seasons in L.A., Riley would be traded to the Phoenix Suns before the 1975-76 season. After that one year there he would call it a career and move into the broadcast booth with the Lakers.

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The Dallas Cowboys drafted Pat Riley as a wide receiver in the 11th round of the 1967 NFL Draft though he never gave a lot of thought to attempting a football career.

A Lot Of First Place Finishes

In 24 seasons as an NBA head coach including nine with the Lakers, four with the Knicks, and 11 with the Heat, Pat Riley’s teams finished in first place in their division 17 times.

The Last Games

Pat Riley’s last game as head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers was a 106-103 loss to the Phoenix Suns in the 1990 NBA Playoffs. His last game as head coach of the New York Knicks was a 97-95 loss to the Indiana Pacers in the 1995 NBA Playoffs. Riley’s last game as head coach of the Miami Heat was a 113-99 win over the Atlanta Hawks in the final game of the 2007-08 regular season.


1990 saw Sega come out with a video game meant for their Sega Genesis player called Pat Riley Basketball. Riley was the head coach of the Lakers at the time and a photo of him on the sidelines was used on the game cover. The 1990 version was the only edition of the game ever made.

Five Fun Facts About The 2012-13 Miami Heat NBA Championship Team

Filed under: 5 Fun Facts — by Mark on June 24, 2013

In honor of the Miami Heat winning a back to back NBA Championship, here is a look at five fun facts about this title winning team.

The Big 4?

Most of the attention on the Heat is deservedly placed on the Big 3: LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh. Who joined them as one of the four players on the team to average in double figures over the course of the season? Ray Allen who averaged 10.9 points per game to go along with LeBron’s 26.8, Wade’s 21.2, and the 16.6 of Bosh.

Longtime Teammates

Two players on the 2012-13 Miami Heat roster were actually teammates in college too. Small forward Mike Miller and power forward Udonis Haslem spent the 1998-99 and 1999-2000 seasons as members of Billy Donovan’s Florida Gators.

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The Oldest And The Youngest

Of the 18 players who suited up for the Heat over the course of the season, 13 were born during the 1980s and five during the 1970s. Those oldsters left over from the 70s included Ray Allen, Chris Anderson, Shane Battier, Juwan Howard, and Rashard Lewis. The oldest player on the Heat during the 2012-13 season was Juwan Howard. The youngest was Josh Harrellson.

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Move In A Bit

The only Heat player to miss every three point shot he took during the 2012-13 postseason was Rashard Lewis who was 0 for 4 from behind the line.

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Something Smells Foul!

Mario Chalmers led the Miami Heat in personal fouls with 196 during the 2012-13 regular season. This worked out to about 2.5 personal fouls per game for him. In the 2012-13 postseason, Chalmers again led the Heat in personal fouls with 70, bumping himself up to a 3.0 per game average.

10 Great Miami Heat Animated GIFs!

10 Great Miami Heat Animated GIFs

Filed under: Animated Gifs — by Mark on June 8, 2013

1.  The Birdman!

Chris Andersen shows off his moves in a fun little Miami Heat video… you can do the Harlem Shake!



2.  LeBron James

LeBron james gets up close and personal from the same video.


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3.  Shaq

Shaq saves the day on defense.


4.  Tim Hardaway

Tim Hardaway is very satisfied.


5.  LeBron James

LeBron James gets some more hardware.

6.  Shaquille O’Neal

Feeding the Big Guy!


7.  Dwyane Wade

The one and only Dwyane Wade!

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8.  Tim Hardaway

Tim Hardaway stares you down…


9.  Rony Seikaly

Old School Miami Heat!


10.  Dwyane Wade

Dwyane Wade finishing strong.


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