Miami Heat Video: Heat's Big Three Combine for Must-See Highlight
The Miami Heat have only played three games so far this season, and they are already looking like a championship-caliber team.
After dismantling the defending champion Dallas Mavericks and the Boston Celtics in their first two games, the Heat defeated the Charlotte Bobcats on Wednesday, 96-95, and gave us one of many highlights that are sure to come.
With the game tied 86-86 in the fourth quarter on Wednesday, the Heat came up with a huge play that was critical in their one-point win.
With Bobcats forward Corey Maggette driving to the hoop, Heat forward Chris Bosh blocked him. As the ball was sailing out of bounds, LeBron James nabbed it in mid-air. He threw a baseball pass to Dwyane Wade across the court where Wade calmly caught it and slammed it home.
It was one of those plays that make you just sit in shock, disbelieving what you just saw.
Keep in mind, the Heat were losing at the half to the Bobcats, 60-45. They proceeded to go on a 51-35 run in the second half, holding the Bobcats to just 10 points in the third quarter.
This, folks, is the team that was supposed to emerge last season and withered away in the NBA Finals. Although this is still the regular season, you can't help but notice how good the Heat look so far. Coming from behind on Wednesday was a counter to what we saw last season—when they routinely blew it in the fourth quarter.
The Heat will treat us to more of these spectacular plays as the season continues, but the difference from last season is they are more cohesive as a whole now in the Big Three's second year together.
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