Heat Run Into Traffic At the Start Of Their Three Game Road Trip

It was an auspicious start Tuesday night when Dwyane wade made the opening shot during Miami’s match up with Orlando. Despite the Heat’s best efforts, they now stand at 31-10. The “Big Three” overall were played with finesse, Wade lead in scoring with 28 points, Bosh wasn’t too far behind with 23 and James threw up 19. Which also happens to be the same amount of rebounds Chris Bosh and LeBron James had combined. But 19 rebounds were measly comparison to Dwight Howard’s 25, I must mention those 25 rebounds were made by his lonesome. Howard’s A- Game only continues to add sparks to the proverbial fire surrounding all of the Magic’s franchise alterations. In a 4 minute duration, Howard’s python-like arms collected 6 boards. Wade answered Howard’s, Turkoglu’s and Nelson’s defense with a clutch 3 pointer that sent the game into overtime. Towards the final crucial minutes of the game, Sean Battier got himself into what transpired to be some irreversible foul trouble and some very disappointed Heat fans. The 104-98 bump in the road leads to the Heat’s next highly antcipaited destination, Chicago, where they will play tonight against the Bulls.