The Miami Heat’s first-round playoff series against the Cleveland Cavaliers was a game of Heat basketball.
But when the Heat won the NBA Finals in April, it also marked the first time since 1984 that the team won the title.
The Heat, led by Hassan Whiteside and Dwyane Wade, are coming off their third NBA title in four years.
The title has been a long time coming for the Heat, who had a disappointing run in the 1980s and ’90s.
That era, which included the 1986 championship team, ended with the team winning just six titles.
The team had to make some changes.
The Heat used the term “birdbath” during the regular season to refer to the way the team would warm up and warm up during the games.
In the playoffs, Whiteside would go to the bench to use the heat shield to cool down.
The term became popular when Wade and Whiteside had a breakout season and were in the midst of a triple-double season.
The name Birdbath is a popular nickname among fans in Miami, as the Heat are known.
The Miami Heat and the Cleveland Browns have a history of winning NBA titles.
AP photo/Timothy A. ClaryThis year’s Heat had to change their name after LeBron James became the first player to reach the NBA finals with a championship ring.
In addition, the Heat were able to move the team’s training facility to the south Florida city of Bradenton after James and the Heat relocated to Miami from Cleveland.