Miami Heat Boston Tickets
The Miami Heat is a professional basketball team in the NBA. They belong to the Eastern Conference, where they are members of the Southeast Division. The team came into being in 1988, along with four other expansion franchises, when the NBA felt the need to expand the league. The Miami Heat were not immediately successful and had moderate success. After they had time to settle in the NBA, they added big names to their squad and worked their way up to national glory. They are consistently considered among the contenders for the National Championship. Get Miami Heat Boston tickets and watch the Heats square off against the Boston Celtics at the Td Garden Fleet Center.
The Miami Heat were a constant feature in the NBA Finals from 2010 to 2013. For four consecutive years they played in the finals, bolstered by the ‘Big Three’ players in their squad. Dwyane Wade who had been playing for the Heat since 2003, was joined by Chris Bosch and LeBron James in 2010. This constituted the start of the big three era.
The Heats won the division titles and the conference titles three years in a row from 2011 to 2013. They won two back to back national championships in 2012 and 2013, defeating Oklahoma City and the San Antonio Spurs. The Miami Heat established the second best win streak in the NBA, when they won twenty seven games without a loss, between February and March 2013. In March of the same year, the Heats won seventeen games to mark the record for most games won in a calendar month in the NBA history. All in all, the Heats have won eleven division titles, five conference championships and three national crowns. Get Miami Heat Boston tickets and watch the Heat as they face their rivals in Boston. Boston, the capital of Massachusetts, known for being an educational and cultural center, will have large people showing up for the basketball game.
The two teams have met several times in the past. Their rivalry became more intense when Ray Allen, a former Celtics player joined the Miami Heat in 2012. Find out who will win this time as the Heats come to visit Boston.