Miami Heat


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Estréia na NBA: 1988

Cores originais: laranja, vermelha, amarela, branca e preta

Significado de seu nome: apelido tem origem devido ao calor da cidade de Miami.

Campeonatos da NBA: Nenhum

Sumário: Nos 1980s, o produtor Zev Buffman e legendário Philadelphia 76er Bill Cunningham liderou a mudança de ter uma equipe da NBA no Sul da Flórida. Então em 1987, a equipe foi admitida para a temporada de 1988-89.

O Miami Heat jogou seu primeiro jogo no dia 5 de novembro de 1988, contra o LA Clippers. A mudança mais importante em sua história aconteceu no dia 2 de setembro de 1995, quando empregaram Pat Riley como o presidente da equipe e treinador principal.

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