Miami Heat Tickets

Miami Heat Tickets

Miami Heat tickets are available at Prominent Tickets, Get yours today before it is too late! The Miami Heat have been in the spotlight for some time now, especially with such great talent in Dwayne Wade, Chris Bosh, and LeBron James. The Heat fell just short of an NBA title in 2011, losing to the Dallas Mavericks, and will look to go to the finals once again in 2012 with a much deeper lineup and added playoff experience. The addition of Shane Battier has provided much needed depth and shooting, and the Heat are one of the top teams in the Eastern Conference today. Buy your tickets now at Prominent Tickets to see the Miami Heat play in 2012! We also offer a great selection of playoff tickets so check back with us soon!

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    Billy Cunningham, an NBA Hall of Famer and former head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers, and Zev Bufman, a producer, formally applied for a NBA expansion franchise creating Miami Heat history. Miami Heat got their first NBA team in nineteen eighty eight. The fee for entry was thirty two million dollars. As an expansion team they struggled for years with losing records, finishing in last place, until the nineteen ninety one season with Coach Kevin Loughery. They got into the playoffs by finishing in fourth place, but lost in three straight games to the Chicago Bulls. This creation and playoff success, set into motion the future excitement and anticipation of Miami Heat tickets.

    Ted Arison purchased the Miami Heat in 1995 installing his son, Micky as the franchise managing partner. Micky Arison also previously owned Carnival Corporation. The Heat hired Coach Pat Riley giving him part team ownership and decision making power. Pat Riley is a former basketball player, coach and executive. He was voted one of the ten best coaches in NBA history. The nineteen ninety five season marked the beginning of major team restructuring and trading. With the addition of Alonzo Mourning, Miami Heat attained a third straight division title. Opening play in a new arena, the American Airlines Arena in the 1999 – 2000 NBA season, resulted in a win over Orlando Magic, as well as a fourth straight division title.

    The 2001- 2002 season continued with more disappointments, as the Heat failed to get into the playoffs. The next season brought the lost of Alonzo Mourning due to kidney ailment and his decision to become a Free Agent and sign with the New Jersey nets. The two thousand three season continued with the unfortunate event of Coach Riley deciding to move to the Heat front office. Under the reign of Assistant Coach Stan Van Gundy, Rooky Dwayne Wade performed at a higher level and the Heat acquired Shaquille O’Neal in a stunning deal from the Los Angeles Lakers ending the season as a top franchise. O’Neal gave Miami Heat more status and Dwayne Wade elevated his game with consistent high scoring. The 2004 season continued with the reacquiring of Alonzo Mourning, the return of O’Neal from injury, and more impressive point scoring by Wade.

    Coach Van Gundy abruptly resigned in the 2005 season requiring Coach Riley back into a coaching position. The season ended with Miami Heat making its first visit to the NBA finals. The Heat played the Dallas Mavericks, creating a contest of two teams playing their first ever NBA final. The Heat won the NBA Championship this year and Wade was named NBA Finals MVP, as well as Sportsmen of the Year by Sports Illustrated for this phenomenal playoff success. Season 2006 forced Coach Riley out with knee and hip problems, bringing prior Coach Ron Rothstein back into the fold. This season resulted in more ups and downs, as Dwayne Wade suffered a dislocated shoulder. Shaquille O’Neal rose to the occasion allowing the Heat to win the division title.

     The Heat was unable to defend their title. In two thousand seven, the Heat reached their twentieth anniversary.  Starting the season with a fifteen game losing streak due to injuries and poor performance, the Heat traded O’Neal to the Phoenix Suns for two players, Marcus Banks and Shawn Marion. Miami Heat ended the season as the worst team in the NBA. Coach Riley stepped down again turning the coaching to Erik Spoelstra, 37, the youngest head coach in the NBA. Coach Spoelstra is also the first Asian American NBA coach. He is a former basketball player at the University of Portland. After graduating he accepted numerous assistant coach positions.

    They were also able to secure Mario Chalmers in a draft trade.Participating in the 2008 season playoffs was unsuccessful, as the Heat lost to the Atlanta Hawks. The 2009 season brought the signing of LeBron James, Chris Bosh, as well as the re-signing of Dwayne Wade. This trio launched their arrival with lots of fanfare celebration. Despite the talent, Miami Heat still struggled with success, but managed to make it to the NBA Finals. This final brought another matchup against the Dallas Mavericks. The Heat was unable to attain victory, thus the Dallas Mavericks won the NBA Championship.

    The NBA season 2011 began with a lock out. Miami Heat began this season playing the Dallas Mavericks and winning the game 105-94. This season also allowed the Heat to make history when they had a winning three game combination on consecutive nights, in three different cities. The Heat won the Southeast Division and LeBron James won his third career MVP. Miami Heat won the twenty twelve playoffs in five games. In the next round they faced the Indiana Pacers. They won again, advancing to start the Eastern Conference Finals against the Boston Celtics. A win over the Celtics advanced them to the NBA Finals for a second straight season. The NBA Finals started with play against the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Heat won the NBA Championship in five games with LeBron James earning the NBA Finals MVP award. The Heat won the NBA Final against the San Antonio Spurs

    Miami Heat tickets are hot due to Heat Championships in 2006, 2012, and 2013, as well as NBA Finals in 2006, 2011, 2012, and 2013. Conference finals include 1997, 2005, 2006, 2011, 2012, and 2013. Success also includes ten division championships and seventeen playoff appearances. According to NBA records the Heat has won twenty seven games in a row, the second-longest winning streak in NBA history after 33 wins by the Los Angeles Lakers. Forbes Magazine valued the Miami Heat franchise at six hundred twenty five million dollars, placing them the sixth highest valued NBA franchise.

    The 2013-2014 Miami Heat roster includes Ray Allen, Joel Anthony, Chris Anderson, Chris Bosh, Chane Battier, Norris Cole, Mario Chalmers, James Ennis, Dwayne Wade, Udonis Haslem, Juwan Howard, James Jones, LeBron James, Jarvis Varnado, Rashard Lewis, and Mike Miller. Preseason NBA ticket sales will begin on Friday, October 4, 2013 and will end on Friday, October 25, 2013, with preseason games scheduled for Manila, Philippines, as well as at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City. Regular season ticket sales, as well as Miami Heat tickets will begin Tuesday, October 29, 2013 and Miami Heat will host a game. The regular season will end on Wednesday, April 16, 2014. Twenty fourteen NBA Playoffs begin Saturday, April 19, 2014. The 2014 NBA Finals will begin sometime in early June 2014. Television coverage for the Eastern Conference Finals will be conducted by ESPN. TNT will air the Western Conference Finals. Complete schedules will be posted tentatively July 17, 2013.

    All Miami Heat home games are played at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida. This arena seats up to almost twenty thousand guests. Fans can purchase Miami Heat tickets directly from the arena, Ticketmaster, and other resale outlets. Various tickets and seating are available. Premium seating is available in the Dewar’s Club House. Seating at granite topped tables offer wonderful game views, as well as amenities of the Chef’s Table Meal, which is a buffet-style dining with a dessert and beverage, valet parking, personal Premium Account Manager, Express Gate building access, Premium check in and escort seat service, and a personalized jersey with American Express Card purchase. Dewar’s Club House seating costs approximately four hundred to one thousand dollars per seat.

    The arena also offers Flagship and Floor Seating for Heat fans. These seats provide access to stylish lounges for all arena events. Amenities include additional ticket first right purchases, VIP garage parking, center court and premier floor seats, in-seat food and beverage service, chic dining rooms with inclusive Chef’s Table, exclusive membership to the Flagship Lounge, and access to the Dewar’s Clubhouse and Grey Goose Lounge.

    A seat in this area costs approximately two thousand to twenty thousand dollars depending upon game dates and opponents. Junior Flagship Seats offer the same amenities as Flagship, but excludes additional ticket first right purchases, as well as center court and premier floor seats. Center Court Suites are also available with seating for twelve to sixteen guests. These private luxurious suites come equipped with two plasma televisions, Playstation game consoles, Bluetooth and Internet access, Blu-Ray Disc players and HD DVD, Sub-Zero refrigerators, wet bar, private exterior decks, dedicated butler, table service and VIP parking.

     Loge Suites on the Suite Level include private “opera-style” box seats with amenities for four to ten guests, private entrance and elevator access, in-seat food and beverage service, parking garage passes, mini refrigerator and food station, as well as access to Dewar’s Clubhouse. There are approximately seventy eight suites for fan enjoyment. Heat Priority Access Club is another great way to attain ticket benefits. For an annual membership fee, fans are invited to take a picture the twenty thirteen NBA Championship Trophy and tour the Heat lockers. With the purchase of an All-Star or MVP membership, you also get access to game ticket presales before public sales. An average Miami Heat ticket runs about fifty nine dollars and includes a parking pass. 

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