Are the Miami Heat a dynasty?
After back to back appearances in the NBA Finals, the Miami Heat just look primed for a dynasty.
They might end up that way. I'm just worried that one of the dumbest comments in history might nearly come true. You know "Not one......". The answer is probably yes.
Not yet. In the NBA I think you have to win at least 3 championships in a row to be a dynasty or 5 within a ten year period with a core group of players. The Celtics of the 60s (9 titles), the Lakers of the 80s (5 titles) , The Bulls of the 90s (6 titles), and to a lessor extent the Lakers (5 titles) with Kobe/Fisher from 2000- 2010.
If Miami wins this year and next year they will be counted among the elite teams. However if they only win two titles (including last year), they will be looked at like the Detroit Pistons of the 80s who won titles back to back. No one considers that team to be a dynasty.
by Steven Escareno 8 years ago
Okay, now that we have the finals set to get underway, who do you think will win it this year and why?
by ThinkLoud 8 years ago
I believe that if (when) Miami wins game 1 in Miami and get the psychological momentum that they will need to win game 2, Boston will be wore out game 3 and 4.
by Kevin W 6 years ago
Can the Miami Heat break the LA Lakers record of 33 straight wins in a row?
by AskAshlie3433 8 years ago
They have become dominant over the last month. After starting 9-8, they have won 16 of 17 games. Does the Heat stand with the elite of the league? Or, is it bacause most the teams they played, were .500 or below? Their flow, as a team, is better now but, that's a lot of ego's.
by Steven Escareno 5 years ago
As we all know, MIami Heat won back to back titles this year, in an epic game 7 series clincher no less. However, was that series fixed? Did David Stern purposely rig the game to where Miami cheated their way into another title? I personally don't think so, but a friend of mine brought...
by snipsnap555 8 years ago
What team is better: the Boston Celtics or Miami Heat?This year
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