Miami Heat Salt Lake City Tickets
Formed in 1988 as an expansion franchise, Miami Heat has now turned into one of the NBA’s giants with its incredible performance in the past two seasons. Miami Heat has been able to capture two back to back NBA Championships in the past two seasons. The team made it to the finals in 2011 as well but failed to claim the championship. However Heat came back in 2012 and 2013 when the franchise took home two consecutive league championships. This season the team will try to make it three consecutive wins. During the course, the team will also play an away game in Salt Lake City against Utah Jazz. Catch the action live with Miami Heat Salt Lake City tickets.
Miami Heat is making its way through the 26th franchise season as the two time defending champions. As of December 20th, the team is showing no signs of slowing down and is peaking at its Division standings at the number one spot. On its conference standings, Heat is just one game behind Pacers, hence on the second spot. So far, Heat has already claimed a victory over Utah Jazz in a home game at American Airlines Center. Miami Heat will be looking forward to repeating that feat on February 8, 2014 as well in the Miami Heat Salt Lake City away game at EnergySolutions Arena. So witness the game in person with Miami Heat Salt Lake City tickets.
With its remarkable performance in the past few seasons of the league, Miami Heat has been setting league and franchise records all along the way. Apart from winning two consecutive league championships, Heat also became the first NBA franchise to post seventeen wins in a single calendar month in March 2013. On June 13, 2013 Heat claimed a 16-point victory in the game four of the Finals, marking its 12th double digit win. With this count, Heat is now the only team with most double digit wins in the league history in a single postseason.
Miami Heat’s LeBron James also holds the highest scoring average in the league’s history. He is currently averaging at 34.4 point in Game Sevens in his career during the post season. His presence in a game makes it all the more exciting.